An open letter to women:: What men REALLY want

An open letter to women What men REALLY want Derniere Vie Magazine

Words:: E. Mackey

I was thinking, the most BEAUTIFUL women are the ones that are selfless. I think that submissive, caring, driven women are so sexy! I love it when I look at a woman’s page (on social media) and it’s nice and sweet. No club pics, no pictures of her in the mirror, no vulgar, drama filled updates… just her. I realized that most women draw their cues from other women. They look at big butts, huge breasts, hairstyles, and lifestyles of other women and try to imitate it thinking that it’s what men want. Well, its NOT. Yes, we give those women attention, yes those women get flown places, yes they get taken shopping, but at the end of the day (to us) they are simply something to do. (Typically something to sex). The treatment that they get is part of a contract. That is, spend a little money and a little time and her legs will always be open for you. (Dudes do just enough to keep them interested.)

What men, GOOD MEN, REALLY want is a GOOD woman! PERIOD. Give a man your (undivided) attention, time and affection and he will give you love and respect. If you cater to him, nurture him, mend his wounds and encourage his dreams he will lay down his life for you!

A man, a REAL MAN, takes pride in being a man! He will sacrifice EVERYTHING if it will put one smile on his woman’s face. No mountain will be too high to climb and no ocean too deep to swim. A man will go to the ends of the Earth to provide for the RIGHT woman.

Ladies, take pride in being a WOMAN. Take pride in the fact that you are the backbone of mankind. The power, majesty and beauty of civilization comes from your womb! We (men) recognize that. We long for the woman that understands that as well.

Allow us to take the lead. Not to control you, but to protect you. Let us clear the path so that your walk will be made easy.

Submit to us. Not for us to stand over you, but so that we can extend our hand to lift you up, over our heads.

Ladies, in our eyes (a REAL man’s eyes), there is NOTHING more precious than a woman. NOTHING.

One thing that I have realized about relationships is that people are continuously responding to the actions of others. What that means is, the best way to be happy, the best way to have a healthy, meaningful relationship is to give what you expect to get. If you want to be cherished, respected and valued, give us those things!

The treatment that a man gives to his woman starts and ends with her. Consider us, our feelings, our expectations, and the fact that we want to be treated EXACTLY how you want to be treated and watch as the world opens up to you.

Ladies, we love you, we need you, and we want you to understand that the way you treat us (and YOURSELF) dictates the way that we treat you.

Lastly, understand that your beauty and value ARE NOT defined by how you look or what you own. Your beauty and value is defined by your heart and it’s ability to give and RECEIVE love.

I’m done being sappy.

-E. Mackey IG:: @emackeycreates

E. Mackey Derniere Vie Magazine

****************************************** LADIES, PLEASE READ *******************************************

I appreciate all of the love and encouraging words that a lot of you have given me via facebook, instagram and twitter. However, there are a handful of women that (somehow) found this letter degrading and offensive and they spoke about it in the comments section below. This is the response that I left for those women. I am adding it to the note just in case anyone who has yet to read this note may have been offended in any way::

I have been skimming all of these hateful and bitter attacks at my character (by people that don’t have a clue who I am) and I am kind of confused at what was so offensive?

I wrote this letter after meeting a woman that possessed all of the (positive) qualities that I listed above. I was so blown away by how PHENOMENAL of a woman that she was, that I found myself doing things for her that I never imagined that I would do.

After experiencing the love that she gave me, it made me sit and think. I wondered what it was about her that made me feel so empowered? I wondered what it was about her that inspired me to be so much better? It was as if the love that she gave was making me better. 

As I thought about this woman, I realized that I knew another woman that had the same qualities. A woman that was strong and caring. A woman that I watched cook, clean, and nurture. It was my grandmother. (The person that I have always viewed as definition of a GREAT woman). My new boo had reminded me of the GREATEST woman that I have ever known, and she made me PROUD to be a man! She made me WANT to be the best man that I could be to her because she made me feel like she deserved it! 

The feeling that she gave me had me so inspired that I wrote this letter. I wrote it because I have a mother, a sister, and female friends that I LOVE very deeply and I wanted to do whatever I could for them to be looked at by a man the way that I looked at the woman that I was dating. I wrote this letter because I, personally, feel that all women are BEAUTIFUL and deserve to be loved, valued, and cherished. 

I have never been a woman, I will never BE a woman, so I would never pretend to be able to fully understand life from a woman’s perspective. I am, however, a man and I wanted to share with women some of the things that inspired me to be a BETTER man to the person that I was involved with. These things were qualities that I always looked for and could never find. But, once I did, I was blown away!

So, to everyone that has accused me of being “stupid”, “chauvinistic”, “immature” or any of the number of ridiculous things that I have been called, I would like you to know that I actually have 2 degrees (I’m not stupid), I have ALWAYS been an AVID supporter of equal rights for EVERYONE (male, female, young, old, gay or straight) so the “chauvinistic” thing actually made me laugh hysterically, and lastly, I will be celebrating my 30th birthday on Jan. 7th… (I’m not immature).

Finally, let me just point out the fact that the advice that I gave was from the perspective of a GOOD man. When I wrote the article, I made sure to emphasize that the men that I was referencing were “REAL MEN” and “GOOD” men. With that said, there is no way on this planet that I would ever tell a woman to give this type of treatment to a sorry man. That would make him WORSE! *Side note, I personally think that most of the guys in this generation are weak! They can’t tie ties, fix anything if it breaks, and most of them don’t even own or know how to use a tool… To me, that is a sorry excuse for a man (but that’s a different post).

At the end of the day, you don’t have to agree with what I wrote. It doesn’t bother me at all. But I wrote this from my heart because I honestly wanted other people to experience what it felt like to find someone that will love, respect and value them. This was not about male dominance, this was about men and women having mutual respect for one another. 

By the way, on the day after I posted this letter, I also posted a WOMAN’S perspective. I SUPPORT what she (the author) has written 100% so PLEASE read it before you accuse me of having some male dominating agenda::

What SEXY-CONSCIOUSLY AWAKE Women NEED and DON’T WANT from MEN

 Read & take (or leave) the advice, but please be angry somewhere else. 

 

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1145 comments
SparkleAria
SparkleAria

My husband and I have the exact relationship you describe. I think that is the very best expression of feminine and masculine essences. It's a wonderful dance that brings out the best in each partner.  I inspire him to be his best and he creates the very best circumstances for me to relax and radiate my femininity.  


This world is in desperate need of this dynamic.  The psuedo-feminist movement has discouraged each gender from finding their true bliss by encouraging women to behave masculine and then complaining as men have become increasingly apathetic and more juvenile.  It's unnatural and destructive to both genders.  There is a way to be equally powerful in society and still maintain the integrity of our true essences.  

Women do NOT want to be like men, but we try and try, and feel unfulfilled and tired.  Men do not want to be lazy.  It makes them their worst selves. A man wants to be inspired and engaged in a calling to serve his woman because she is so special to him.  If everyone could find this there would be peace in the world!  But we all first have to tap into what we really want inside - - our true essence - - and then embrace that.

krystaltyz
krystaltyz

This is really really true! rock on!! :) treat others the way you really want to be treated, simple as that :)

vjshep
vjshep

I'm a feminist and personally find nothing wrong with the article. It's well meaning and I can't fault anyone for that. As a feminist, I'm offended by this new wave of "feminism". Basically this new wave involves people using feminism to excuse their shitty behavior or using it to start verbal assaults if someone doesn't believe exactly what they believe.

If you treat people like crap you will get crap in return, simple as that.

Mpkk
Mpkk

You seem well meaning, so I'll tell you why this was offensive: It's an open letter to women, not just to the woman you met. Let me put it this way, when an oppressor, any oppressor, tells the oppressed "You want me to like you? It's simple: do what I want you to do." it's ridiculous and it doesn't make the people addressed feel respected. They're being asked to repress their individuality for the sake of someone else. You wonder why you felt so empowered? It often feels empowering to have power over someone else. 

There are women all over the world who are forced by society (As opposed to encouraged through open letters like yours) to be submissive. Those women suffer in all aspects of their lives, from the ones who are forced away from schools in Afghanistan to those who are rape without impunity in India. Only by treating women with the same respect that you treat the other half of the population that just so happens to own a penis, will you not offend them.

Mpkk
Mpkk

"What men, GOOD MEN, REALLY want is a GOOD woman! PERIOD. Give a man your (undivided) attention, time and affection and he will give you love and respect. If you cater to him, nurture him, mend his wounds and encourage his dreams he will lay down his life for you!"

I love to get encouragement for the oppressor! "Dance, monkey, dance!" Oh, men of the world, I shall dance for you the song of the chains and locks to which you keep the keys! Thanks for loving me <3


Sarcastically yours,


A "bad" woman, I suppose.

 

MarkEddyjr01
MarkEddyjr01

Remember Love first ,, then decide if this way of life works 4 U . If and When the shift in the heart rises up , only One from inside has the answers to the questions imposed by others .. The Truth Lay from With In and judgment resides in the same place. open ur mind and heart speak from the heart... a view is just that a view lets there is always good in very aspect honor it ....

Mark

C-Man
C-Man

Jesus said it best: "Give, and it shall be given unto you."


What you give is what you receive in return. If you plant a corn, would you expect an orange? 


Then again, this is why the Western culture is collapsing because there is no more common sense nor logic.

Christiana Gaudet
Christiana Gaudet

Here's a perspective, and a request to all men, like this one, who claim to want to "lift women up." Right now, American women earn 77 cents for each man's dollar. That's actually an improvement. When I first heard the statistic thirty years ago, it was only 59 cents.

If every man in the workplace stood up and said "This isn't right." If every man demanded that their female peers be paid equal pay for equal work, that might change things. And that would truly lift us up in a measurable way.

There has been a lot of feminist-bashing here, but this is the truth. If you believe that women deserve equal pay for equal work, you are a feminist. If you think it is ok to pay women less because they are women, you are not a feminist.

Everything else is just rhetoric.

So if you want to help us, if you want to lead us, if you want to lift us up, make sure we have an equal system of equal pay. Until that happens, your words mean nothing.

Christiana Gaudet
Christiana Gaudet

@SparkleAria I am so glad you have a happy relationship. My complaint with you is the same as my complaint with the writer of this letter. How can you be so narcissistic as to assume that your experience as a woman is universal for all women? 
There are many ways for women to be, and many ways for men to be. Gender is not necessarily the most defining aspect of life for many of us.
Finding what works for you is great. Assuming that everyone else wants and needs what you have is something I just can't understand. Thinking the world would be a better place if everyone were like you is also way beyond my understanding. I think there is great power in diversity.

AdjoiningKeys
AdjoiningKeys

@krystaltyz  but sometime people just dont get it, end up you might be the one just doing the "nice" and when time passes, you gets tired. 

emackeycreates
emackeycreates moderator

@vjshep  MUCH respect to you!!! After writing this, I was actually (honestly) confused by who/what feminists were. To be honest, I had always views feministes as "the good guys" because I thought that (as a whole) they stood for women's rights. 

What I have found is that the movement has been polluted by people that are more interested in hating men, and excusing "shitty behavior", (just as you said) than actually empowering women. 


I was dumbfounded that I honestly made an effort to praise women and I got attacked for it. It made me look at feminism as a bad thing. After reading your comment, I realized that just like anything, there are a few bad apples spoiling the bunch. Take care 

SusieSwivel
SusieSwivel

@vjshep  

The most basic premise of feminism is equality of the sexes.  If you don't get that or do not understand how what this boy has written is decidedly not equal, don't call yourself a feminist.  Simple as that.

MatthewLauser
MatthewLauser

@C-Man  Unfortunately this statement, "we want you to understand that the way you treat us...dictates the way that we treat you", says the opposite...it says "what I receive is what I will give in return." Poorly worded, perhaps, or the product of a misguided ideology that lays all responsibility on the woman.

What you give is what you receive in return. How people treat me does not dictate how I treat them--I try to do unto others what I want them to do to me, instead of doing to them what they do to me.

SusieSwivel
SusieSwivel

@Christiana Gaudet"Everything else is just rhetoric."

Are you seriously suggesting feminism is ONLY about equal pay and all other female disadvantge is thus unworthy of our attention?

Staciebobacey
Staciebobacey

@Christiana Gaudet @SparkleAria  No one is making assumptions about what is best for everyone. What is best for most people and balance in today's world is to stop pretending that your gender doesn't affect who you are as a human being. Stop preaching that woman should be able to act however they want because "equality". You wouldn't accept a movement made by men saying that they can say and act however they want because "equality" would you? So if a woman can run around acting offensive and more like a dude, be able to walk around topless, then men should be able to walk around with their dicks hanging out, air thrusting at woman... 'cause "equality".
There needs to be a movement that fights for equal rights in society, yes. But why does that mean that people should act like assholes everywhere else? Because that is the behavior that I have seen from every single "feminist" that has commented on this thread. Stop using feminist buzz words to bully those that embrace feminine and masculine roles, because like you said "finding what works for you is great". Stop being offended by everything. I am offended by a lot of things, but why should have a right to say "I am offended" so what? we all are offended by many things, that doesn't mean that we get to change whatever is is. If I am offended by someones tattoos, me saying "hey, your tattoos offend me" is not going to do shit. They have a right to have them, so move on... JEEZUS CHRIST PEOPLE.

SusieSwivel
SusieSwivel

@emackeycreates @vjshep


You were bailed up by women (and some men) who took great offence at what you wrote (and IMO, it was completely warranted) and you think that criticism is about "hating men and excusing shitty behaviour"?  You get put in your place by those way more clever than you and you don't like it so you lash out at feminism as a concept?  And feminists as a group?  Riiiiight.  No sunshine, we don't hate men, we just hate you.  You are an ignorant fool.  After all that's been written, you still don't get it.

vjshep
vjshep

@emackeycreates Every group does have its bad apples. Unfortunately those are the ones that come to the forefront to "represent" the movement. I usually never comment on sites but had to say something. Personally, I believe we need to be respectful towards our sisters AND brothers.

All feminists are not like the ones you have encountered, trust me. Keep writing and don't let hateful people discourage you!

ivushka
ivushka

Dear Susie, just THINK, how absolutely insane phrase "equality of the sexes" sounds... there is nothing nature intended in that "realm", and that is actually not what the definition or intention of the movement of the feminism is either, (not that I support it anyway)... I think it screwed up many things in the long run, for western society. And there is no more power in a woman than true femininity, and that includes embracing the opposite of masculine.

mocksoup
mocksoup

@SusieSwivel @vjshep  I don't consider myself a feminist. I consider myself an egalitarian humanist. Too many people have alienated me within the feminist community. I wanted marriage and kids, so I was 'letting the patriarchy dictate my life choices). My partner wanted to be a stay at home dad, so he was 'living off of the backs of women'. Too many conflicting movements within feminism to feel safe being a part of something that attacks people for their choices. Gets old after a while. 

(Former Riot grrrl, disenfranchised Third wave feminist, here

vjshep
vjshep

It's called an opinion, people have them. Just because I don't see what you see it doesn't me me right or wrong.

And it's not up to you to tell me what I can and can't be.

MichaelFarrar
MichaelFarrar

@MatthewLauser @C-Man  He never told men in the article to treat women the way that their woman would treat them. He simply said that if women wanted a good man who would lay down their life for them and sacrifice all to please them that they should do the listed things. It wasn't telling men to not treat women well unless the woman treated them well. That's a bit of a misrepresentation of the article.

Christiana Gaudet
Christiana Gaudet

@SusieSwivel @Christiana Gaudet I'm suggesting that the economic disparity between men and women is the obvious, visible, verifiable result of misogyny and sexism. If we correct that, most other problems that feminism is meant to address (rape culture and more) might be corrected de facto.

I'm suggesting that, when dealing with a scary lack of intelligence, misunderstanding of feminism, misunderstanding of history and misogyny amongst women, looking at this clear economic marker helps to explain feminism to people who clearly do not understand what feminism is or why it is necessary.

ekaterina1369
ekaterina1369

@NupaDemyEdwards @SusieSwivelEquality? You sure you know what that means? Because judging from what you wrote I'm not so sure. First of how DARE you accuse of someone having personal problems when you do not know them. Second being in a relationship does not make one an expert at equality between people. And yes I say people because in the world we live in MAN and WOMAN are not the only genders to consider. You say you would put up your guard if a woman approached you like a dude, why? What do you fear from a woman who happens to choose to act in such fashion? How is a gentle woman any different from that one? They are all people are they not? Should you not treat them equally if that is what you truly believe?
I'm sorry but you have no idea what equality is and what it entails and I do not think you have any right of accusing anyone of being wrong. You are a hypocrite sir. Plain and simple. 

NupaDemyEdwards
NupaDemyEdwards

@SusieSwivel You seem to have personal problems. It's people like you who have corrupted the whole idea of feminism. Are you in a relationship? Let me guess... No! You make it look like men are fighting a war against women. I view women as human beings who have their strengths and weaknesses which happen to compliment men's. Not saying you should be limited as to what height you can attain or what goals to set for yourself. All I'm saying is that a soft spoken and gentle woman will get anything from me any time any day before a woman who approaches me like a dude because then I put my guards up. Women are not fragile beings that need protection but men happen to outperform their abilities when they feel like they have something to protect... And you wonder why chivalry and romance in the 21st century is a far fetched concept? My guess is you've probably been hanging around the wrong group of guys or are walking around with completely wrong notion of what a feminist should be. Calling a fellow woman - someone you've never met before- a fool on social media, says all I need to know about you. P/S: From a guy who guy supports equality for men and women AND GENDER ROLES!

SusieSwivel
SusieSwivel

@vjshep  

Wow.  You really haven't read any of the 100s of dissenting comments here, have you?

vjshep
vjshep

Whelp, I smell a troll. I won't be feeding her/him any longer

SusieSwivel
SusieSwivel

@Elise86

"...can be more insidious than overt and blatant misogyny because it masquerades as something "complimentary" and "tender"

This is it exactly; you've hit the nail on the head.  And it goes a ways to explaining why many are having trouble expressing dissent like they should be. Thanks for your kind words, Elise.  Appreciate the support.

Elise86
Elise86

@SusieSwivel @ivushka  Susie, just wanted to say thanks for holding down the fort in the face of these detractors. You are in good company. Unfortunately the dribble in this article can be more insidious than overt and blatant misogyny because it masquerades as something "complimentary" and "tender" . Such a pity.  Keep fighting the good fight! 

SusieSwivel
SusieSwivel

@ivushka @SusieSwivel

*Sigh* You are conflating sex and gender.  Once again sex = male/female (what you're born with), gender = masculine/feminine (what you learn).  I can be a masculine woman or my brother can be a feminine man and every configuration in between.  There's no hard and fast rules. It has NOTHING to do with nature.

ivushka
ivushka

@SusieSwivel  You will come to understanding this at a certain point in your life :) I was not arguing.. It is just.. I see things from a different perspective... and I never feel oppressed by the stronger gender, only respected for being gentle.. It is embracing the qualities given to us by nature.. as a tender half of the world :D Be well, Susie, wishing you happiness! 

SusieSwivel
SusieSwivel

@ivushka  

" if you want to be treated like a woman"

I want to be treated like a person, thank you very much.  Treating someone differently based on their sex is sexism just as treating someone differently based on their race is racism.  Your use of gender polarisation is completely offensive, not to mention ridiculous.

 

Submit = Yield to the control of another.  Er... no thank you.  You think behaviour is "natural" and assigned uniformly across gender.  There's no point arguing with you.

ivushka
ivushka

"Submit" means not to bump heads with men, not to argue, but be soft and receptive. In other words, do the opposite of a man... And someone in touch with their true feminine nature wont take it as an attack :) Susie and alikes, if you want to be treated like a woman, you have to discover what it is to truly be one... The article is written by a man, who understands how nature works and what a woman needs, bravo!

SusieSwivel
SusieSwivel

@mocksoup @SusieSwivel@vjshep  

He wants women to submit to men.  That is NOT honoring women.  And if stating basic feminist truths is "driving women and men out of the feminist movement", you have absolutely zero idea about what constitutes feminist principles. How about you open your eyes and stop being so freaking ignorant?

mocksoup
mocksoup

@SusieSwivel @mocksoup @vjshep   Susie, You are an example of what is driving women and men out of the feminist movement. Embrace it. Not this guy, who is trying to honor women. He's not being a misogynist, he's trying to be a decent guy. You have to meet people where they are. 

SusieSwivel
SusieSwivel

@mocksoup @SusieSwivel@vjshep 

I hear you; semantics and points of difference will always be present within the movement but there are certain absolute basics upon which we should all agree and the most basic is as I've stated above.


For the record, "egalitarian humanist" will be all well and good eventually but it derives its premise from the mistaken notion that there is a level playing field.  There's not.

SusieSwivel
SusieSwivel

@vjshep

Your different opinion is that you found nothing wrong with this article.  The article is obviously sexist for any number of different reasons spelled out in great detail all across this comments section.  Have you read any of the comments?  The anti-woman stance emackey has taken is highlighted again and again and again.  A feminist recognises instantly the problems and offence this piece has caused yet you fail to see anything wrong with it.  If that is the case, I can only conclude that you have a particularly unique and unparalled view of feminism and what it actually constitutes... or you're simply not really that invested in feminism.

vjshep
vjshep

@SusieSwivel So because I have differing opinions I can't be a feminist? That doesn't sound like someone who believes in equality. You don't know me or my life so you don't get to say what I can and cannot be. No matter what one believes, we should treat one another with respect.

@mocksoup I too was a riot grrl back in the day. It's sad that people can't be respectful to one another and I can understand why you would feel that way. But don't let that get you down

SusieSwivel
SusieSwivel

@vjshep

If you're a truck driver who doesn't drive a truck, you can't call yourself a truck driver.

SusieSwivel
SusieSwivel

@MatthewLauser @MichaelFarrar

So basically, what you did made me punch you in the face.  What I wore made you rape me.  Typical victim blaming language and sentiment.  Well done!

MatthewLauser
MatthewLauser

@MichaelFarrar That is not exactly what you said. "Instead, he's telling women that how they treat us is THE deciding factor in how we will treat them."

You are not understanding the definition of "dictate". "Often decide" does not mean the same thing as "dictate". To dictate is to order, to command, to decide upon and enforce a result. Let's just face the fact that he worded the thought badly. Apparently what he meant to say and what he actually said are two very different things. Because what he actually said is "men's treatment of women is CAUSED by how women treat men."


If your treatment of a woman is dictated by how she treats you, that means you are not deciding how you treat women--her treatment of you is making the decision as if you have no choice in the matter. Basically you're just reacting to how she treats you, with no self-control. Her treatment of you would be dictating (issuing commands for) your treatment of her.

MichaelFarrar
MichaelFarrar

@MatthewLauser @MichaelFarrar  Oh that makes me laugh, that is exactly what I said. He is talking to women and telling them that while it isn't right for a man to treat them wrong that their actions often decide how they are treated. If they treat a man well he will most likely return the same.

MatthewLauser
MatthewLauser

@MichaelFarrar Nope. What he did, in fact, say, is that "the way women treat men dictates how men will treat women."

What you are saying may be part of the message of the whole article, but it is not supported by the statement I quoted. He said the actions of men toward women are dictated by the actions of women toward men. You know what dictated means, right? It means that how we treat women depends on how they treat us.

Of course, neither did I say that he is telling men not to treat women well unless women treat them well. Misrepresentation of what I said, on your part...

He's talking to women, so of course he's not telling men that. Instead, he's telling women that how they treat us is the deciding factor in how we will treat them. Which is wrong. I happen to believe that people dictate their own actions, whether they are men or women.

Christiana Gaudet
Christiana Gaudet

@SusieSwivel Recently I have been amazed at the number of people I have met who support feminist values but will not identify as "feminist" because they refuse to understand what "feminist" means.
They seem to think that feminist values include things I would have labeled as "separatist" back in the day.
Somehow we have let the "other side" define who we are for us. Sad and scary.

SusieSwivel
SusieSwivel

@Christiana Gaudet 

No need to get snarky.  I'm on your side.  And I do understand where you're coming from and your intentions.  Feminism 101 should be a broad church if it's a teaching/learning tool is all I'm saying.

Christiana Gaudet
Christiana Gaudet

@SusieSwivel @Christiana Gaudet Clearly you weren't the audience for that. The majority of people who support this kind of drivel are very superstitious. I wanted to give them some cold, hard numbers to try to make the problem real to them in dollars and cents. I am sorry you did not approve of my tactics. Next time I will make sure to check with you first.

SusieSwivel
SusieSwivel

@Christiana Gaudet @SusieSwivel

I can walk and chew gum at the same time.  There is PLENTY we can be doing to fight misogyny and sexism similtaneously.  We are not a one trick pony.  Reducing feminism to a single issue is to diminish its power and its inclusiveness.

SusieSwivel
SusieSwivel

@MulokoziLwiza @SusieSwivel  

Ahahahahahaha.  You take it upon yourself to post controversial, offensive rubbishy posts like "the wage gap is a myth" all in the name of attention seeking and to piss people off and I'm somehow the troll?  Hehehehehehe, you're hilarious, little boy. Now run along; go play in the traffic.

SusieSwivel
SusieSwivel

@MulokoziLwiza

Actually, feminism is gaining huge momentum again - scary for dickheads like you, innit?  Just looked you up on your Facebook page and LOL'd.  Ahahahaha.  You are still in high school.  Hehehehehe.  Come back and talk to me when you grow up, little boy.  And stop trying to pick fights with actual people, for whom pay disparity is a reality, with your ridiculous, disproven contentions straight out of the MRA handbook.  You are a joke and I'm laughing at you.

MulokoziLwiza
MulokoziLwiza

@SusieSwivel @MulokoziLwiza @Christiana Gaudet @2014Olympics  Rather then actually trying to debunk what I actually said, you result in frivolous assumptions and a ad hominem instead of replying like an actual adult. You are the many reasons why feminism is looked at like a joke in modern society. P.S I'm not an MRA, but I have a good guess you yourself are a feminist. 

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