Misandry in the Media – part 6

May 18th, 2010 by Pelle Billing

I’ve written numerous blog posts about misandry in the media (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), but I never seem to run out of examples.

To check out a fresh batch of particularly horrible examples of contempt for males, head over to my friend Eivind’s latest blog post.

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  2. Harry Says:


    “I never seem to run out of examples”

    With all respect to you, my guess is that you still have not realised just how pervasive is the misandry emanating from the media.

    It is almost ceaseless – and particularly prevalent in the feminist-dominated media such as the BBC. And it runs through the whole gamut of categories; comedy, news, discussion, art, science, drama, documentary, religion etc etc

    Even in video games!

    Oftentimes, this misandry is clearly unintentional and unnoticed by the culprits themselves; perhaps just reflecting some genuine underlying belief or sentiment.

    Many times, however, the misandry is, clearly, intentional. That is, it is DESIGNED to stir up hatred towards men.

    My only consolation is that, one day, as men become more sophisticated when to comes seeing the misandry that pervades the media, and more perceptive when it comes to them seeing when it is *consciously* intended, the perpetrators will be vilified.

    Already, some of the older material – from perhaps two decades ago – is so obviously designed to stir up hatred towards men that it is actually quite difficult not to see it.

    And, one day, the archives will surely allow MRAs to chase the perpetrators into the oblivion where they belong.

    Indeed, when many more men begin to see the misandry that surrounds them, not only in the media, but in the law, in academia etc etc, their collective response will surely bring about a huge backlash.

    And deservedly so!