Feminists wanted to use sex to manipulate US election results, this is what happened

Feminists use sex as the biggest bait to win all debates, arguments, favors, benefits, laws and resources in the world. They win most of the time unless it was US election, 2016.

The campaign named #VoteTrumpGetDumped called for everyone to dump Trump supporters and deny sex with them.

The Change.org petition created by feminists clearly said –


This tried and true tradition of influence worked for the Greeks and women during the temperance movement in the United States. We’re employing those same tactics in 2016 for an election that will shape history.

We believe that women are more than an interest group – women are the majority of Americans. As such, we deserve a candidate that represents us – not one who objectifies, uses, or belittles us.

Donald Trump is unsuitable to represent the majority of Americans – women.

We are a movement of women who have committed to use our influence with our vote, our voice, and our… influence to stop Donald Trump.”


In the countries where women are less in number (like India), feminists employ same tactics to gain sympathy as minority and weaker gender. In countries where they are more in number, they want to control everything and that once again exposed the reality of feminism.

So feminists clearly wanted to control the election results by their body – like always this was another cheap feminist strategy reducing women’s identity to their genitals.

Not only this petition has failed miserably and received only 352 supporters until this article was written, but also got royal bashing from general public and their answers have been eye opener for everyone.

This comment by Michael Brewer of CA posted after a few days of this petition going live received maximum votes –


This comment that received second highest voting came from a male feminist and was quiet shocking –


However there were some desperate male feminists like this man as well –


Clearly men like John is the reason why feminists can use sex as bait to get their work done from any man, without any problem.

Trump supporters like this voted for a reason –


Some men spoke about purging defective feminist genes in this way and that was surely a shocker for feminists –


Clearly Trump supporters used the same feminist logic to their advantage.

People were both funny and angry at this new feminist propaganda to use their bodies to manipulate election results –



These comments made us LOL –



These messages would have showed mirror to feminists


The tactics that feminists covertly use to get all benefits did not work out this time. Clearly feminists are exposed, globally.



Nirbhaya – Imaginary media porn stories created terror


On the morning of December 17, 2012, reports began to filter into Delhi’s newsrooms of a rape that had taken place in the city. Police officers, the main source of information for these types of stories, told journalists that a student in her 20s and her male companion had been attacked by a group of men inside a moving bus before being thrown from the vehicle. The girl was said to have been gang raped.” (emphasis added)


Writes Joanna Jolly, South Asia editor of BBC and former Harvard Joan Shorenstein Fellow in her research paper titled “Rape Culture in India: The Role of the English-Language Press”.

Joanna has been doing a research on sensationalizing of Indian rape by English Language media and found premier Indian media like Times of India and India Today has written a lot of imaginary stories related to the December 2012 Delhi gangrape.

So the initial police information of gangrape in a moving bus gradually given a gory picture by media. Per her research, for the editor of Times of India, three facts stood out when the reports of this rape first came to Times house (comments in braces added)–

  1. The girl was a student (young in ‘20s, so we know why media is behind proving young women as saints)
  2. She had been to an upmarket mall (shows independence) and
  3. She went to watch an English Language Film – “Life of Pie” (shows she was educated)

Jo found that India’s English Language newspapers thrive because of ever growing English speaking population and details out how media choses to select rape cases in the first place.

After talking to different editors and journalists Joanna found that the Delhi Physiotherapy student’s case had three important parameters to be selected as a trigger event –

  1. She was perceived to be from the right class (which was not true but media perceived like that because she went to see an English Language film to an upmarket Delhi mall)
  2. She was perceived to be blameless for the crime, and
  3. She was raped by the strangers

Joanna further detailed out how media selects rape cases with a concept known as PLU or ‘People Like Us”. India’s English language papers are predominant with upper class educated masses and they chose cases where the victims and attackers could be related to the press workers or the readers. The reason Dec, 2012 case fit in there was initially media thought she was a medical student so media thought she was from upper / middle class family (she was actually a physiotherapy student), she was from well to do family (actually she belonged to a lower middle class family) and she had a modern social life (because she went to see an English movie in an upmarket mall).

Media later did find out that she didn’t belong to the PLU category but by that time the story was unstoppable. In fact, in her interview with Manoj Mitta former TOI editor, Manoj referred to Nirbhaya as PLT (People Like Them). The category that does not get much coverage from English Language media in India.

Also to note, that it is same English language press in India that decides on what should be reported and what not. Hartosh Singh Bal, editor of Caravan told her the same. So it is imperative for the English Language media to be responsible. However, the important factor as evident from Jo’s research that worked in favour of the story was “Stranger Rape”. Joanna describes this as following –


One of the key reasons this case caught the public imagination was because she was raped by strangers. Her attack confirms the universally popular, horror-story narrative that the biggest danger for a woman comes from leaving her home and social circle and entering a world of unknown men. This narrative persists in India, despite National Crime Record Bureau figures that consistently show that around 90 percent of rapes are committed by perpetrators known to the victim, such as partners, family members, neighbors and work colleagues.” (name of victim removed from the narrative)


If we recall the facts after Dec 2012, Delhi gangrape it was English language media (both print and electronic media) showed Indian cities and particularly Delhi as unsafe for women. Any comment made to women were shown as there harassment and potential threat. English media channel Times Now ran a campaign where the female reporter were going to places and showing on camera how women were being harassed that no one understood anything about but still the craze of India’s Damini made them believe the paid media lies. So it was English language media that had to continuously sustain the terror to fuel the news.

Coupled with this was coverage from international media that showed India as rape capital of the world based on stories created by global press. Joanna found that the sensational aspects of the case like gang rape, sodomizing by six men, attack by iron rod or pulling out intestine got more coverage to sensationalize the case. Joanna said – “In some cases journalists took information from leaked police reports, and used these as the basis for highly imaginative reporting.”

In this respect she mentioned this India Today report that was imaginative from the perspective of one of the accused –

The high point of his life was when he thrust his tightly clenched right fist into the womb of the bruised and battered 23-year-old on the night of December 16. Nothing beat the excitement he felt when he heard her muzzled screams, saw her writhe in extreme pain and watched the blood spurting from her young body.” –

Clearly this was purely imaginative and without any basis. Here the India Today journalist just written another porn story based on imagination that he was sure to have well taken by his readers without raising the following pertinent questions –

  1. How can one insert one fist in a young woman’s vagina? Is it physically possible?
  2. How did the journalist know about the feeling of the accused? Or
  3. When media also reported about inserting iron rod and then fist, how was the victim still surviving?
  4. Why so much emphasis on her being “23 year old” or being “young”?

As Manoj Mitta told Joanna – “The story was inherently sensational and the coverage was driven by the conviction that people were very curious to know about it and there was competition with other newspapers,

So in a competition to sell more papers Indian English newspapers created more porn stories. No wonder why TOI or India Today banked heavily on her being young and tinkering their readers with the thought of a young woman’s body, which in a way was another rape of the victim by so called feminist media who were out there to save her dignity.

Former Tehelka editor Revati Laul explained these porn stories by media like this – “All our reporting has become more tabloid across the board. So we’ve become voyeurs who are like T.S. Eliot’s The Hollow Men – with heads full of straw,”

So it is the media and especifically English language media and the so called elite class is creating these voyeurs through their reporting.

What is surprising is the fact the Dec 16, Delhi victim’s close relatives and family members were also against publishing these gory details by media. In an interview with The Indian Express via phone they expressed the feeling as mentioned in Joanna’s research – “they thought their daughter might live to witness it”

This feeling expressed by the physiotherapy student’s family members raise another question – Whether the attack was really so serious and gory (inserting iron rod / fist, pulling out intestines etc.) that she could survive the attack? Already questions arise because immediately after their rescues the girl gave statement to police. How could someone who was found in extremely battered condition and was in a vegetative state give her statement to police?

A research by Daniel Drache and Jennifer Velagic of York University on reporting of December 2012 Delhi gangrape by English language Indian newspapers found that reporting of the crime was as outcome of lust rather than force.

So Dec 2012 gangrape has generated certain keywords in crime reporting industry. These are catchphrsaes as mentioned in Jo’s paper. Words like “Juvenile”, “Nirbhaya”, “Damini”, “Gang rape” started to be used increasingly and it was also found that their searches have increased too.

Joanna also spoke about India’s patriarchy and demanded that even worthless and most ignorant men get more value because of India’s patriarchy. I am not sure how did she get this comment and would like to know more on this with examples. I am sure if she is holding such a prestigious BBC post and a fellow from a coveted institute, she would be able to give some examples.

The most vicious and worrisome discovery in Joanna’s study was the Times of India campaign to lower the age of criminal responsibility. She mentioned that TOI created and run a campaign that the “Juvenile” in Nirbhaya case was most criminal. Smriti Singh who was following the story as legal reporter for The Times observed –


Suddenly out of the blue, one report came in one newspaper which said the police had claimed the juvenile was the most brutal of the accused…. So it was a gospel truth. No one questioned it, how it came about, whether the police had said it or not, whether it was the reporter’s figment of their imagination.”

Smriti Singh, legal reporter The Times



From Joanna Jolly’s research paper on Dec 2012, Delhi gangrape

This was same the observation of Indian MRAs as well. Media has created many stories out of the blue but when Indian MRAs tried to tell the same as false they were viciously attacked by everyone in all forums. Only the MRAs with strongest conviction to save the future generation and juveniles could survive the constant threat of murder, battering and abuses by feminists. Many MRAs like me have lost their friends, supports but stood taller in the times of emergency that has later taken away right to peaceful existence from our juveniles with amendments to JJ Act.

Because TOI had an agenda to show that Indian juveniles (only boys) have become cruel they did not publicize the news that the Juvenile in Nirbhaya case was actually NOT most cruel. Avanti Singh, a TOI reporter told Joanna about the hardships she had faced for publishing the news that the juvenile was NOT most cruel because TOI management had their agenda and did not want to publish the same. Later they published it with a question mark diluting the news.

Ex Times of India editor Manoj Mitta, who wanted to correct some of those stories published by TOI without verifying the facts was also gagged. As mentioned in Joanna’s paper, Manoj was told by editors – “we have taken an editorial stand on the subject. We can’t afford to confuse our readers”.

This is the reason when JJ Act amendment was passed in 2015, Times of India celebrated that as their victory with the news – “Now, 16-18-yr-olds won’t get off lightly for serious crimes.”


How TOI celebrated after their campaign of lies that Juvenile was most criminal

So, it is evident that salacious and baseless stories that can be categorized only as porn stories published by leading Indian media like Times of India and India Today have shaped India’s future. Leslee Udwin was another such criminal who created a scripted (read this) documentary. She paid Mukesh to say certain things and filmed that in the name of exposing the “rape culture” in India. The movie was named India’s Daughter to give it a perspective that daughters in India are looked down upon and has no security. Leslee paid Mukesh Rs. 20,000 and it was evident from the video that he was speaking from a script. Many words used by him, was not supposed to be known by an illiterate  person like him and are used by feminists to describe India’s patriarchy and mindset of Indian men. That is the way BBC created another salacious porn around Dec 2012, Delhi gang rape.

So what happens when people trust media blindly without knowing these insider information? They get rewarded like the amendment of JJ ACT that now makes a 16 year old boy a rapist even when a 30 year old woman forces herself upon him. That is the future of our boys who will now be easily termed as rapists thanks to the baseless porn stories created by English language elite Indian media.

Joanna Jolly’s complete research can be found by clicking the image below –



Mumbai girl saved a Uber driver by telling truth and there is no reason to applaud


On November 23rd, 2016, Himani Jain a Mumbai girl who took a Uber share ride with another woman Gayatri (Himani changed the name) she found Gayatri to be extremely abusive towards the driver. The driver was extremely polite and courteous and the woman was using all abuses. So Himani came forward to the rescue of the driver gave her number to cops and gave statements of the woman co passenger being abusive. Her Facebook post given below has the detailed account of the incident –

Naturally the whole nation came forward to express their gratitude to Himani saying how great a work she had done. Indiatimes took up the story and made Himani a hero and bestowed more power to her and I am surprised why.

When a woman comes forward tells the truth she is not only applauded but raised to a god like status for no reason. It is as if for showing correct human values she is being raised to an elevated status by the society.

Let’s consider another similar case that happened on August 23, 2015 in Delhi. Jasleen Kaur an AAP activist sought to instant fame by accusing Saravjith Singh Bedi of misbehavior while an eyewitness Mr. Biswajeet came forward with the truth and went to all media with truth. No one, absolutely no one noted the noble deed of Mr Biswajit and Indiatimes did not write any article on him at that time.

So why is Himani exposing Gayatri should be special in any manner? Some people may say that being a girl it was a brave act but I don’t consider this as any great act and consider this only humane act and nothing else. She should have done this without fail for her own sake and here is why she should not be lauded for this –

  1. If Himani chose to keep mum on this matter, (which she could hardly do with progressing police investigation as police would have traced her even without her giving her number voluntarily) she would have taken men one step closer to hating women. That act of hers would have ensured more men and cab drivers raising their voice.
  2. Himani needed to come forward voluntarily as without that act women like hers would have been considered same as those like Gayatri and for keeping them separate from those criminals, women like Himani need to come forward. They don’t have  choice and certainly there is no greatness in that.

In fact, I feel she didn’t do enough in this case for following reasons –

  1. Himani did not reveal the real name of the culprit and changed her name to Gayatri. Why did she have to hide the name of a real criminal? It was in a way protecting identity of a criminal and giving her another chance to do the same later. So Himani’s act is not noble.
  2. Himani only gave her number to the driver and offered help. She only tried to explain to Gayatri and did not do anything else. On the other hand if two guys were traveling and one was abusive, the other would have started altercation with that fellow. Giving phone number would have followed anyway. So I don’t think Himani did enough to put a criminal in her place.
  3. She did not press police to file strong criminal complaint against Gayatri. She would have done the same if the criminal was a guy. So in this case too she showed soft corner for a criminal and gender bias and her effort should not be lauded.

It is really surprising how a woman is elevated to greatness simply for showing human values. If this continues very soon we need to thank everyone for being human, for telling truth, for not creating public disturbance, for not committing crime, rape, murder etc. It is time that Himani and women like her should know that it is in their best interest they need to not only speak against women criminals but press for their harshest punishment as men have been doing the same for ages to show that ‘Not all men are the same’.


International Men’s Day (IMD), 2016 – India makes it big this time

This year Indian brands have made it big for International Men’s Day. Never before promotional offers and innovative efforts to connect to men in the society and to motivate people to spare thought for men’s causes marked IMD this year.

Breweries, Pizza outlets, colleges, schools and other brands came forward in good numbers in IMD celebration. Companies there have found different ways to celebrate men’s day, where some brands offered discounts, some other companies sent their employees to resort for celebration.

To start with Nokia’s Bangalore staff celebrated IMD by wearing custom IMD T’ Shirts that has created a lot of enthusiasm all over India among men to get the tee.

Samsung’s Bangalore office showed IMD message in all their LCD to recognize contribution of men. HP sent Movemeber message to their 250 employees. SAP, Bangalore organized 3K and 5K runs to celebrate IMD, Oracle SSI recognized and sent out a letter about Movember.

Infosys Chandigarh, celebrated International Men’s Day with a talk by Dr. Gautam Goyal (Oncologist) on men’s health issues and specially cancer. One of the most neglected cancers is prostate cancer that does not get funding or care by anyone due to ignorance. Infosys, Chandigarh has broken that barrier by increasing awareness and setting a new dimension in IMD celebration.

Ernst and Young asked their employees to appreciate their male colleagues on social media channels. Genpact also celebrated IMD in their office with games, bay decoration and gifts for men with beard.

But in terms of celebrating International Men’s Day a Bangalore based IT company gave the best treat to its employees. True Blue India Pvt. Ltd. has sent its employees to a resort in outskirts of Bangalore as part of this celebration. Employees wore specially designed IMD T-Shirts. This was the first time when a company has sponsored such a program for their employees to celebrate men’s day.

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In terms of celebration by brands, Cirrus a restaurant in upmarket Bangalore, Decathlon a sports brand, Marc O Polo a retailer brand all celebrated IMD and were part of a contest hosted by Sif-K a Bangalore based NGO. The contest asked people to send selfie with their hero and sport #BeardOrStache for Movember.

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Toit Breweries celebrated IMD and offered special discounts on the occasion. British brewery Amigos had special Movember discount for entire month of November.


Pizza Stop special offer

Pizza Stop, a Pizza outlet chain in Bangalore celebrated IMD for the entire week and had offers running for the entire week.

Online retailers like Amazon, Flipkart and Snapdeal too had offers for International Men’s Day.Snapdeal offered upto 50% whereas Amazon offered upto 70% discount to to men’s apparel.Flipkart ran a special campaign about movember.

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JJ Hospital Mumbai organized a blood donation camp where 134 people donated blood. In this regard the JJ hospital staff was very happy as they had a blood crunch in their blood bank which was resolved due to this camp. Additionally, this activity brought them closure to the masses and increased connection with the people.

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When JJ Hospital was running the blood donation camp that was the time Indian govt’s demonitisation drive led people to queue up before banks. A cartoonist created a nice cartoon on JJ hospital blood donation camp.

Sanjeevan’s Multispeciality Homeaopathic Clinic, Pune offered 50% discount on consultation and medicine.


Narayana Superspeciality hospital has organized a symposium on men’s health issues and spcifically on prostate cancer on the occasion of men’s day.


Another unconventional sector that chose IMD a big way were the educational institutions. Many Bangalore based colleges and universities celebrated IMD and encouraged their students to participate in IMD contests. In this aspect New Horizon College, Jain University, MS Ramaiah Law College, Christ College, SMRIT and Cambridge College were the ones who took part in this celebration. Some Jain University students also took up man’s issues as their subject of research.

Indian media could not stay unware of this day and IMD celebration. Zee News had a fifteen minutes coverage on IMD. Radio Mirchi took interview of an activist from Save Indian Family to let its listeners know  why some men celebrated IMD.


Mirchi also gave a musical treat –

Did you miss out on this opportunity this year while your competitors have shown an edge? Have your days blocked for next year so that you don’t miss out on this opportunity next time.


Marriage – no more sacred


Martyrs of Marriage poster

Marriage in India were once considered as a sacred institution. Today, it can’t be deemed as sacred any more. Making criminal provisions for our family laws have criminalized marriage and now many husbands are forced to take the extreme step of committing suicide. A section of the society accepts the fact that the law needs to be changed but it never happens due to pressure from feminist organizations. The society is yet to be sensitized adequately about this kind of terrorism on Indian families.

To bring out this aspect of Indian marriages, Gurgaon based filmmaker Deepika Narayan Bhardwaj has filmed the pain of these unfortunate families in her documentary “Martyrs of Marriage”.

The film features a few stories of real life victims and expert opinions on the subject. Practicing advocates of different courts in India and retired judges’ were interviewed to being different aspects of the issue. All of them agreed that the law was being misused by many women and hence needed to be changed.

Martyrs of Marriage, popularly known as MOM among netizens today, is a documentary in English with Hindi subtitles. Some victim stories were narrated in Hindi with English subtitles. Deepika Narayan Bhardwaj is the sole Promoter, Filmmaker, Director and Writer of this documentary. In this aspect Deepika has shown good qualities of all the roles she had played in this documentary. As a first time docu-maker for a cause not generally accepted by the society, Deepika had done an excellent job and excelled in all fields.

This documentary comes at a time after a long history of misuse of dowry law (section 498a of Indian Penal Code). Even after many Supreme Court judgements, suicide of innocent families, arrests of elderly and infants together in such complaints no other filmmaker had so far taken up this cause for making a documentary. Earlier Suhaib Ilyasi, tried to make a movie “498a – A wedding Gift” on this topic but that never saw the path of theatres yet. In this aspect Deepika’s attempt is the first.

Since a documentary needs to be reviewed based on different parameters compared to those for mainstream movies, we will first discuss the qualities of Martyrs of Marriage (MOM) as a documentary film before coming to the point how she dealt with a very sensitive matter.

Other than the victim stories which were narrated by the victims or their families, Deepika used her voice over for the entire documentary. This is another unique feature of this documentary and was dealt with well. The narration was clear and rightly-paced so that the audience understands the complex legal matters. This went well with the interviews in the documentary as the victim stories also matched the documentary pace. Since it was an interview style documentary, the director did not have much options of showing her creativity with camera angles but she tried to include relevant stakeholders for each case and tried to bring out the suffering of the families of men.

The documentary used no dramatization as it was dealing with a very sensitive matter but the stories and emotions of the victims’ families hardly needed any additional dramatization. The heart wrenching stories of cruelty faced by these families were enough to keep the audience glued to the film for the entire duration. Coupled with this was the apt narratives on various judgements, crime statistics and explanations of legal terms that made the documentary easily understandable to all. This way Deepika had shown her in-depth research and objective approach to a highly sensitive issue.

Since the documentary was on suffering of families and involved sensitive handling of people’s emotions, the use of music and appropriate sound effect or even silence to highlight those emotions.

Even though the documentary was primarily to show the unheard stories of men’s families, the filmmaker did bring out opposite viewpoints along with legal experts’ views as well. The documentary brings out the pains suffered by women relatives (sisters, mothers, daughters etc) of men as well. Women like Uma Challa was candid in expressing their views on a law that was made to empower women like them. It was indeed interesting to watch how a woman director handled this matter in a way that didn’t set to create a gender war that is otherwise visible in any feminist filmmakers work.

This documentary not only brings stories from the husband families but also shows some real life recorded conversations of wives to show how some women are blatantly misusing Indian legal system. These conversations are sufficient to show the terrorism unleashed on many Indian families. To show the craziness of modern day divorces in India, this film also shows relevant news videos.

Overall, as a documentary film Martyrs of Marriage could successfully bring out the real issue of legal terrorism against innocent families and the helplessness of Indian judiciary in dealing with these matters. Also in order to bring out the pain of men and their families, Deepika was careful about not creating a war against her own gender. Feminist interviews taken for the film show real intellect as feminist like Ranjana Kumari self-exposed herself in such a manner that even in a serious heart wrenching film like this left its audience burst out in laughter at Ranjana’s response.

The real review of the movie came from the audience who attended the Bangalore premier on 19th November, when there was absolute silence for at least one minute after the movie ended before the entire crowd stood up in standing ovation. We wish Deepika and her entire crew all the luck and best wishes for their next documentary which will be on another men’s issue.


Gender equality can’t bring happiness – study

Even though World Happiness Report 2016 states that more a country attains gender equality more they will be happy because of equitable distribution of assets, a detailed analysis of these two reports shows otherwise.

A comparison of top 20 happy countries from 2016 World Happiness Report and their corresponding ranking in terms of Gender Equality as mentioned in 2016 Global Gender Gap Report it is found that 13 out of 20 countries that had gained maximum happiness in last one decade have all slipped in their gender equality ranking –


Most of the gainers of happiness have lost in gender parity

Out of rest of the seven countries, such data was not available for three countries and only four countries have shown improvement in gender parity while being happy.

It is also observed that out of the top 20 countries in Gender Equality per 2016 Global Gender Gap Report, only six countries viz. Norway, Philippines, Nicaragua, Switzerland, Germany and Latvia have shown improvements in happiness and twelve countries have shown a decline –


In order to gain gender parity countries have lost their happiness

Data for Iceland and Burundi are not available.

The above analysis clearly shows that contrary to the claim made in World Happiness Report, Gender equality can’t bring happiness in a country.

In fact, a study of top 20 countries in terms of minimum standard deviation of happiness (Figure 2.5 of World Happiness Report) or Equality of Happiness (in other words, happiness for all) only four belong to top ten in Gender Equality (better rank in std. dev. or lower std. dev. means maximum people fall near a mean value of happiness).

In fact, there are countries like Bhutan (121), Mauritania (129) and Rwanda (128) in this list that fall at the lower end of gender parity. In terms of overall happiness index too they fall below but we need to understand that this year’s happiness index also include factors like per capita GDP, Social Support and Healthy Life Expectancy where the third world countries are at clear disadvantage –


Gender parity don’t bring Happiness for all

Only countries like Iceland, Finland, Sweden and New Zealand out of this list of top 20 countries are also in top 10 ranks of Global Gender Parity chart.

Clearly feminist controlled UN and other global bodies are trying to show feminist nations as the most happy ones contrary to the fact that in order to gain gender equality nations need to lose their happiness.


My Jug, not one but many – that is why MRM is awesome

Who is a ‘Jug’? Jug is a friend who will be of your help at any time of the day. A jug will always give you a patient hearing, not try to judge you by your actions and will not undermine you. If the new Sharukh Khan Starrer Dear Zindagi has something different to show, that idea is taken from the camaraderie of MRAs. That is another reason I find my transformation from a feminist to an MRA had been awesome.


A promo of Dear Zindagi

When I joined MRM, it was still a politically incorrect cause. Fighting for a politically incorrect cause of men’s rights was a boon for me. I started writing for men’s rights around the Nirbhaya case. The toughest time in history of Indian men’s rights. Nirbhaya incident turned the world upside down for men. Even though it defied logic why other men needed to feel ashamed for Nirbhaya, we were made to look miserable in all forums by everyone else other than a few of us.

Those MRAs who stood tall at that time and spoke about men’s rights and protested against massive hooliganism in the name of Nirbhaya, got open death threats. In all possible forums women had blatantly abused us in most filthy languages but still we tried. Men gave us death threats, called us rapists, wanted to lynch us. More we tried, more we were abused and more we became determined.  Because then we realized the real danger, we have got an idea of existing hatred against men in society. We became more determined to fight for our rights. All of us including me has evolved as human beings. I learnt that I needed to respect myself first. The camaraderie of ‘Jugs’ in MRM was the key factor there.

Post Nirbhaya, many things have changed in our lives. Men in India have realized through various cases how feminism was set to ruin their lives. Rohtak Sisters and awarding them for bravery, false rape cases like the one of Badaun or Bulandshahr or elsewhere, videos like India’s Daughter and My Choice had made everyone aware of the danger. Feminist criminals came in all shapes, forms and genders and so we became more determined. In this aspect, I have learnt a lot from fellow MRAs as well. More I learnt, more I evolved as a person, more I started loving myself and it was this time when it didn’t matter to me what others thought about me.

This was the time when we needed to stand together because a miniscule few were fighting against billions of hysteric people. That was when we provided support to each other more at any hour of the day. It was tough for us because many of us were still fighting for our dignity in Indian courts of law. We proved to be real ‘Jug’ for one another.

It was that time when I have learnt from MRM – “don’t try to judge a man”. Well, it was very hard to practice than preach. But this thought gave a new perspective in my life. Even ten years ago, a feminist me had not tried to judge others, I was very happy with my life. I have always felt that it was a wastage of my time and energy to be jealous of others. Also I didn’t like others trying to judge me. But whether I liked it or not, others continued judging me and that was most painful for me. This was the time when MRM came to my rescue and I got not one but many ‘Jug’s.

When I started respecting my own feelings, my own needs and started respecting me as a person I learnt that respect needed to be earned and the feminist theory of ‘Respect Women’ was all crap. The popular campaign #RespectWomen thus created more determination in me to respect me first and expose the fallacy in #RespectWomen. So when MRM collectively exposed many such attention seeking money minded women, I was happy to contribute to them positively and to get some respect.

In my initial days of activism I was very reserved about talking against feminism openly. My only fear was “what would others think about me?”. Then I realized, that none of my old friends cared for me. No one bothered if anything good happened to me. Many did not have the strength to stand against the popular crowd, popular theory. They heard whatever they wanted to hear. That is why media promoted male feticide as female feticide, Satyamev Jayate (SMJ) director Swati openly told lies about female feticide in Ink Conference and got standing ovation from whole crowd except me. MRM strengthened my determination to stand against popular feminist lies.

My childhood friends left me. Many threatened that they would never want to see my face again, many termed me as a chauvinist but I did not care. Because when I was in trouble these friends, neighbors and well-wishers did not come forward to help me. So it was clear that they didn’t bother about me. Having them beside me or not having any friends was all the same. Surprisingly, hardly any of them had gone away ever since I became vocal against feminism. Even though they were never my ‘Jug’. Later some of them started appreciating my work, too. This had bolstered my determination to stand for my rights even if no one else talked about the same. It was very happy moment to share these stories with my ‘Jug’ in MRM.

Improved self-esteem had completely changed my life. The same me who was bullied and was subjected to office politics because of my meek and amicable nature became so outspoken about everything that had resulted in some serious career problem for some senior level managers in my later career. People who loved to mind others’ business (and specifically mine) is taught well not to do so in their own language. Office politics or national or global politics did not make me sick, anymore. Today, even though I don’t like playing dirty games, I teach others well not to try any trick with me. The less I cared for such humiliations, more it weeded out such imperfections in life.

Surely having not one but many ‘jug’ in MRM was a boon for me. They helped me develop much needed self-esteem. They are spread all across the globe today. Probably this is the biggest gain for anyone who follows an unconventional path where number of followers are less but dedicated. MRM was unconventional when I started my journey but today it is not. A global change is in the offing. Probably Donald Trump’s win smashing the feminist juggernaut proved this point more than anything else. Hope my community of global ‘Jug’ will only increase now.


This study confirms giving women higher education is not in the best interest of a nation

A large number of highly educated women isn’t going to help a nation. New data released by World Economic Forum reveals high level of education remains as mere ornaments to them as these highly educated women do not contribute to the economy to the extent similarly educated males do.

Recently published Global Gender Gap Report, 2016 shows that countries that attained highest order of Educational equality and countries with higher proportion of women with tertiary education do not get equal contribution from these women in their labour force.

A study of 24 countries that have attained #1 position in Education Attainment in 2016 Global Gender Gap Report shows none except Denmark has equal participation of highly educated women in labour force even though in all these countries proportion of women with tertiary education is much higher compared to that of males.


Countries with highest Educational Parity shows low workforce participation

One favorable point for these highly educated women is – overall they participate in workforce more compared to ordinary educated women.

A study of countries that has maximum proportion of highly educated women shows abysmal work force participation by those highly educated women across all geographies and in all economies –


Highest proportion of educated women do not ensure equal work participation

A common feminist reply to this situation is women across the globe need to ‘sacrifice’ their career for their families and for caregiver role that society ‘forces’ on them. This is the reason even though women end up working more hours every day (Global Gender Gap Report also shows women doing more unpaid work in all countries) compared to that of males, their contribution is not taken into account in countries GDP calculation.

Unpaid Work by women and Feminist concept of ‘Salary to Wife’

A few years ago Indian Feminists wanted to create a new law in India where 20% of husband’s monthly income was to be automatically given to the wife every month. This arrangement, according to feminists would help calculate a woman’s actual contribution to GDP and their unpaid household work will be valued. Feminists argued that men can earn because their wives take care of their homes and it is duty of the husband to pay commensurate monetary compensation to their wives.

However, this concept has not gone well with many women as this brings in an employee – employer relation in a family. Many men who lived alone and got paid their full salary while they took care of their own homes did not find any reason why they needed to shell out 20% of their salary unnecessarily.

Do women ‘Sacrifice’ their career for their home?

To understand whether women really sacrifice their career for their homes or it is another feminist myth created and nurtured over years that many of us believed to be true.

To understand this we need to take a look at this research done by Harvard Business School (HBS) researchers. Researchers Robin J Ely, Pamela Stone and Colleen Ammerman of HBS studied professional women for 20 years and had surveyed 25,000 MBA graduates from HBS of three different generation, viz. Baby Boomers (age 49-67), Generation X (age 32-48) and Generation Y (age 26-31). Harvard graduates are trained to assume leadership positions globally and by taking both male and females of the same business school, these researchers had ensured a level playing field for all respondents.

This survey found stark difference between corporate satisfaction levels in the two genders –


Corporate parameters don’t satisfy high achieving women – HBS study

Clearly, women executives aren’t satisfied by business parameters. But do they opt out of workforce for their families? The HBS researchers found that “Only 11% are out of workforce to take care of children full time”.

The researchers had also found out that these high achieving women do not “opt out” to take care of their children but because they find themselves in unfulfilling roles. The part time work they take up don’t satisfy their intellectual ability.

This study also reveals that men and women both at senior levels of management had taken career decisions (like flexible working, less travel, no promotion etc.) and there is no gender bias in that. This study showed that both genders have equally taken career decisions. The study concluded that simply being a parent did not change any of these outcomes. That means that feminist myth of women compromise with their career because of unpaid family work and child raising responsibility is completely baseless.

Another Survey done by CNBC in 2015 with more than 2600 executives from US and Canada shows that men work more in extended hours and women complain more for working in extended hours.


Men often end up working extending hours

From above analysis it is clear that women when given higher responsibilities tend to complain more and very often renounce the opportunities. Both genders seek work – life balance but men show more dedication to their work. This explains squarely why a highly educated women population is of no help to a nation building. Because caregiver roles – the natural choice of women, do not require higher degrees.


Global Gender Gap Report, 2016 shows why Indian males should worry

Recently World Economic Forum has published World Gender Gap Report and per this report India ranked 87 out of 144 countries in gender parity. In this article we present a comprehensive analysis of the report that that led to this calculation.

Features of the report

Measuring Gender Gap rather than level of Empowerment

This year’s Global Gender Gap report seeks to measure gender gap based on access to available resources of the two genders in a country rather than women empowerment. So this report cuts down on factors of availability of resources in a country based on its financial condition. This report assumes that rich countries naturally have access to more resources and the two genders of the country should have access to similar levels of resources.

Measuring ‘Outcomes’ rather than ‘Inputs’ or ‘means’

Another significant change in this year’s report is that it measures outcome rather than ‘input’ to the outcome. So this report seeks to measure where the two genders stand in terms of different indicators rather than ‘means’ adopted (policy decisions, culture. Customs etc.) for the same.

Measuring Gender Equality and not Women Empowerment

This year’s report ranks countries based on their proximity to gender equality and not on women empowerment. So this report seeks to have eliminated the so called ‘battle of sexes”.

Four Subindexes

Global Gender Gap Index, 2016 examines gender gap of a country based on the following four subindexes –

  1. Economic Participation and Opportunity – measures participation gap, remuneration gap and advancement gap.
  2. Education attainment – measured by access to primary – secondary – tertiary level education and literacy rate
  3. Health and Survival – natural survival tenure for female is considered as 87.5 years and that of men is considered as 82.5 years and a sex ratio at birth is considered as 944 females to 1000 males for these calculations.
  4. Political Empowerment – level of women participation in the highest level of political decision making based on years in executive office in last 50 years in considered.

Assigned weights to each subindex

This year’s report also assigns weight to each parameter of a subindex. Weights are assigned based on standard deviation of the parameter. Higher the standard deviation of a parameter higher is the weight assigned to the same. This makes sure that countries that deviate in the higher areas of impact is penalized more. Table 2 in the report explains the same.

How India perform in gender parity?

India’s performance is summarized in the two graphics below –



India’s performance in different sub-indexes

Economic Participation and Opportunity

Surprisingly in this segment despite having more professional and technical female workers India –


is assigned the average score which reduces India’s rank. Our analysis shown later in this article shows that the scores of Labour Force Participation and Wage Equality is arrived at without taking into consideration some data that could have improved India’s scores. Please note, wage gap is arrived at by asking questions to company executives and mostly perception driven.

Educational Attainment


Clearly India is lagging behind in terms of the long term indicator – “Literacy Rate”. This may be due to the fact that women not attaining schools for various reasons for so many years. With implementation of various adult education programs, improving sanitation in schools and stopping child marriage the current situation of education is improving. We see a slight imbalance here as we see more women enrolment in primary and secondary education. This leads to a thought that male students are selectively discouraged from education system which is dangerous as even today males are considered to be the primary breadwinner in Indian families.

Higher enrolment of female students in primary and secondary education when the number of females in 0-6 years are much less compared to that of males (census data, also naturally more male children are born) only leads to the conclusion that more male children are deprived of primary and secondary education in India.

Health and Survival


This indicator shows that Indian women can expect prolonged healthy life until 59 years compared to 56 years in case of males. Absence of any male friendly policies, infrastructure or government institution for men’s welfare can be attributed to this.

Political Equality


Even though India gained because of female heads of states, burning issues in this area seems to be the other two parameters.

Contextual Data

The World Gender Gap Report also presents selected data in country profile sector. If we look at this data we find that the report selectively takes data that is to disadvantage of India. For example –

Workforce Participation

The report does not disclose numbers like workers employed in part-time that could show more women engaged in similar work. Also discouraged job seekers would have shown more males as discouraged because of reservation for women.

However, this calculation does include parameters that are not favourable for India, like unemployed adults or proportion of unpaid work by the two genders or hours of work (because women do engage in more household work).

By being silent on these parameters the report creates an inherent bias in calculation of Labour Force Participation and Opportunity Index.


Access to Assets


Please note that all values marked above are not based on any data. These are values assigned to India based on parameters not clarified in the report.

Access to Technology

Surprisingly the area where India could have done well is not considered at all in the Index calculation –



The 2016 World Gender Gap Report shows Indian males are more prone to all kinds of deadly diseases –


Yet, no benefit program for men. WCD ministry is trying to create bias against male patients by giving priority of women patients in National Policy for Women drafted in 2016. This shows that a systematic institutional bias is created against Indian males that will slowly lead to killing them.

This report clarifies that Indian males need more attention and progressive policies for education, skill development and healthcare benefits. However, all Indian government programmes today are women centric. When the need of the hour is to educate and save males, Indian govt. is driving ‘Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao‘ program. Reason good enough for Indian males to be terrified about their future.