Who The Hell Are These “Harassed” Men?

Men’s rights groups are set to meet in Mumbai to discuss strategies and concerns for Indian men. A section of media is portraying this as a conference of “harassed” men –

Telegraph - Harassed Men

I was wondering who the hell are these “harassed” men?

if for last five years I knew these men who are organizing this meet, then I know that it might be a coincidence that most of them met because false cases were filed against them but that was not simple harassment as the media tried to portray.

In fact, to describe what these men underwent after getting such false cases as “harassment” is pure understatement and making fun of their pain and sufferings. Many of these men underwent serious trauma and pain after getting such false cases along with their family member. Many had to forgo their overseas jobs, career, parents and children after getting such cases. Many became so depressed that they committed suicide, many of them committed suicide along with their parents in this process. Some had to give the custody of their children to their wives knowing fully well that the wife was cruel and in one such case recently the child was murdered by the cruel and adulterous wife –

Chaitanya Balpande - MidDay news

To describe this immense suffering as simple “harassment” is not only pure understatement but is serious insult to those men and their families. And for these united men this situation of pain persisted for years.

Today, these men stay united not because of this suffering they had undergone but because they understand the evil force called feminism that is united against the future generation of boys and men in the country.

These men are the change agents, the fearless warriors who want to counter these evil forces. The men, who are going to meet in Mumbai between 14th to 16th August are all fighters against a heavily sponsored global juggernaut called feminism. These men, do not have any funding, most of them do not have enough time from pursuing their career choices too but still they continue to fight tooth and nail against this monster and by no means this comes from so called “harassment”. This kind of fighting spirit comes only when one realizes the deep rooted conspiracy against the future generation and the pathetic future ahead for the country and not because of some simple harassment that in any case they undergo everyday.

By portraying these men as “harassed” also gives an impression that some men who underwent some simple harassment have teamed up and they are meeting in Mumbai. This has an underlying negative connotation of these men being losers, few in number and trying to team up to see that their harassment is reduced. This not only demeans the individual spirits and their capabilities but also undermines the greater ‘cause’ that drives these men to stay united. These men are no longer fighting only for their personal agendas or for gender neutral family laws but fighting for a better tomorrow for our boys and trying to eradicate the overwhelming misandry in every form, from the society.

Thus portraying these men only as “harassed” men is a serious understatement and demeaning to the cause they are fighting for.

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5 comments

  1. Well said brother, harassment is an understatement. We are fighting for gender neutral laws. Atleast the next generation of boys live in such a society.India wont reach Kalam sirs 2020 dream if the existing female oriented laws are scrapped

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  2. My simple question back to them is are all women who fight for women rights, are harassed? Should I be against rape only when I am raped? How silly ! Victimization is not necessary to fight for a cause. I am an MRA and I am not HARASSED. How do we send this message back to the media?

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  3. Sending an innocent person behind bars due to misuse of the gender based laws is a crime worse than rape. And it should be made punishable with life imprisonment to all these women who file such false cases

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