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PostSubject: Femicide   Mon Oct 30, 2017 1:00 pm

Buzzfeed is leading right now with a story about femicide:

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The number and viciousness of femicides — or the killing of women simply because they are women — in Argentina is so extreme that many officials have called it a national emergency. According to the Supreme Court’s Women’s Office, which currently provides the only official national statistics on femicides, there were 254 such killings last year, up from 235 in 2015, and 225 in 2014. This year is likely to exceed that: Activists have already recorded 133 femicides between January and May.

Two minutes research at produces this chart.

Eighty percent of murder victims are men.  Women journalists are doing themselves no favours with this agenda-driven bullshit.
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PostSubject: Re: Femicide   Mon Oct 30, 2017 10:01 pm

Probably written by Clementine Ford. I won't click the link because this screams of clickbait. No need to support this rubbish.
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PostSubject: Re: Femicide   Tue Oct 31, 2017 8:00 am

Not that I'd ever engage these Bilefeed shitferbrains in an online argument, but from what I've seen, those who bring up any facts and figures relating to negative things affecting males (or white people generally) will usually get shouted down with howls of "privellege" or "boohoo poor cisgender straight white males."

They are a mendacious pack of evil cunts with no objective beyond the dumbing down of youth and the promotion of identity politics.
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