Today we’re going to peel back the layers of the Men’s Rights movement and expose its delicious misogynistic core. Let’s look at Artistry Against Misandry!
Trigger warnings: alliteration, typography abuse, Geocities
We’ve already looked at the site description in a previous post, but let’s take a quick refresher on AAM and read the Mission Statement:
This website raises awareness of misandry in western culture by supporting the Men’s Rights Movement through various artistic mediums. This site will proudly endorse and display thought-provoking artistic works submitted by Men’s Rights Activists.
Indeed, AAM should be proud of these thought-provoking artistic works:
Alternate title: “I pasted some shit from Google Images into Paint and called it a day”. Don’t worry, the other AAM contributors put a lot more effort into their work!
“Feminism as a cult” is a motif you will see repeated in many of the art submissions on AAM. Europa takes it a step further in this next piece:
Europa at least appears to base these images around concern for men rather than hatred for women, but you’ll soon see that this is the exception on AAM.
Now this is the real driving force of the men’s rights movement. Not “men deserve equal rights”, but “women should learn their fucking place.”
But enough pictures, let’s look at the wonderful ways MRAs express themselves through the written word. Besides Comfort Girls, AAM hosts poetry and fiction. It’s all as delightful as you would expect, but here are my top two.
AAM Award For Excellence In Poetry:
Entitlement, by Izzey
Pursed lips in the mirror
Slicked with ‘Revlon Red’
Tonight’s the night she snags him
Into entitlement dread
He takes her out to dinner
And buys her sparkling toys
Unbeknownst to future actions
A princess bitch deploys
She works her magic quickly
He’s walking in a trance
A couple of children later…
They’re doing the courtroom dance
The judge says “She’s the momma;
You have to pay the price
Give her the car and condo
And the paycheck, will suffice”.
“You’ll see your kids bi-monthly,
And put up with all her clamor
You’d better follow orders
Or we’ll put you in the slammer!”
It’s hard to put my finger on the best part of Entitlement, but the line “a princess bitch deploys” is hard to beat.
AAM Best Original Fiction 2012:
The Penis Comeback Monologue, by Jack Riley
This is one of two pieces centering on the Vagina Monologues. The story begins with three “young, handsome, intelligent men” drinking beers and talking about orgasms. The men have just learned that women can have multiple orgasms, and sometimes even whole body orgasms!
“I’m tellin’ ya,” Seth continued. “Women have us men beat. All these years, I thought it was so great being a man, with a penis between my legs—turns out, women have it even better down there, by multitudes.”
You can totally guess where this is going.
The next morning, something strange happened… all three men woke up with vaginas!
A mysterious letter explains that they will have full use of the vaginas for seven days, after which they can choose to keep them or return for a full refund. But it turns out that being a woman is not all it’s cracked up to be!
“I miss peeing standing up,” said John. “And it’s hard keeping it—fresh—down there. I liked having a big clean thing that hangs down there instead!”
“I’m so fucking horny, and I can’t COME!” yelled Ted. “Where’s the release?”
“I got really close a couple of times, I swear,” Seth said. “But then—nothing!”
That’s right! None of the men can achieve orgasm, and they all miss their penises very much. Seth’s extensive research into the female orgasm reveals that some women are unable to achieve orgasm at all because of their genes, and all three conclude that they should stop buying into feminist propaganda about how awesome vaginas are. Vaginas totally suck!
The next morning, all three men get vagina refunds and spend the whole day enjoying the superior male orgasm. Moral of the story: WHO CARES? DICKS!!!!!!!
We’ve come to the end of this rollercoaster ride through the Manosphere. I hope you all enjoyed it as much as I did. If you’re hungry for more, there’s a lot of content I didn’t have room for including music and video! Otherwise, your regular Comfort Girls posts will resume later in the week.