Men's RightsWhy men aren't helping women and children anymore: Woman sparks a witch hunt after a man takes a selfie near her children. (self.TheRedPill)

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EDIT: The mother had the audacity to completely lie about the situation when she posted the picture originally. Screenshot of the caption she wrote with the photo.


Picture in question

The man in his 40s said he was shopping for a present for his partner at Westfield Knox on Wednesday and noticed a Star Wars display at Target.

The father of three young adults and teens said his family loved Star Wars films and he innocently took a photo of himself at the shop display.

He said he was horrified that his image had been shared thousands of times and he had been called a “creep” and a “sex offender”. He said he has also had death threats on Facebook.

As always, men are guilty until proven innocent.

“I feel like I can’t even look at anyone or smile at them in public now. It’s frightening.”

In response to this article, many other men opened up to similar experiences:

“This is why men are no longer helping women out,” said reader Steven, who is now wary of helping children in public.

“I had a toddler fall at my feet at the local shopping centre and I started to bend down the help the poor kid up, I got the worst death stare from the ... mother,” he said.

“So I backed off & left (the child) there sprawled on the ground with its ice cream smeared all over the floor, and it was crying inconsolably ...

“I won’t be pausing to help ever again,” he said.

Once again, men are automatically shamed and blindly accused of being a monster for not doing anything wrong. Meanwhile, if a woman does the same thing, no one bats an eyelid.

It seems that true male privilege is having to prove yourself as innocent, while always being seen as guilty. This is why male role models, teachers and the like are next to non-existent now. One false accusation and their lift is ruined beyond repair, unless they're lucky enough to prove otherwise.

[–]ActuallyARaptor 237 points238 points  (23 children)

"I've never even taken a selfie before" - that's the sentence that really got me riled up. Imagine the embarrassment this man has to endure all because of some dumb bimbos inane imagination

[–]Endorsed ContributorObio1 146 points147 points  (20 children)

I'm not sure why he's not suing the woman though.

This seems to be a pretty clear cut case of online (and offline) defamation and harassment.

[–]Day_man2020 152 points153 points  (18 children)

I'm sure our legal system would be very sympathetic to his plight

[–]usul1628 20 points21 points  (13 children)

Yeah unfortunately, even if he is in a state with strong libel/slander/defamation laws, the fact he can't show monetary damage nor was anything said which falls into the narrow range of per se means he's up shit creek

[–]Moneyley 30 points31 points  (0 children)

It'd be great if he sued. Even if he lost (which I actually dont think he would) it would put the spotlight on facebook sensationalist stories posted by mom's of the year

[–]Modredpillschool 27 points28 points  (2 children)

Yes but it's of sexual nature, so he does have a per se case.

[–]usul1628 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I'm not sure if sexual immorality is grounds for per se in Australia. I didn't see it in a quick search. But anyways, I think it'd be tough to get it even if it was the case. Because the first statement "texting it to a 16 year old" is true, although its misleading because the 16 year old is the man's child. And the rest is just muh feelz and her own story which isn't provably false. I think this is just one of those times where protecting speech means someone gets to be awful without being punished legally because it wouldn't set a good general standard.

[–]copralalic 12 points13 points  (6 children)

I think a publicity-hungry lawyer would take it just for the newsprint.

[–]rpscrote 5 points6 points  (1 child)

a good defamation lawyer might take this if there was a way he could involve someone with deep pockets to pay his third in contigency -- likely this mom is judgment proof.

This guys best shot is finding a pro bono mens rights lawyer

[–]copralalic 2 points3 points  (0 children)

His expenses are nothing if all he does is press releases.

[–]momomotorboat 3 points4 points  (3 children)

Yeah. With so many shameless lawyers in this world, I'd be surprised if no one reached out to him.

[–]moralprolapse 2 points3 points  (1 child)

Lawyers can't solicit clients like that.

[–]GritsConQueso 2 points3 points  (1 child)

Not true. If she accused him of sexual immorality or breaking a law, that would be libel "per se," which means that she is legally presumed to have damaged his reputation, and he would be free to argue about the appropriate amount to a jury. Plus, he could take a crack at punitive damages.

[–]usul1628 1 point2 points  (0 children)

From what she said she didn't accuse him of "sexual immorality" just being "creepy" and went to mall security about it and it went nowhere. At least if I were trying to judge the letter of the law thats what I would say. Not that I don't think the mom is horrible, but what's immoral isn't always illegal.

[–]rpscrote 7 points8 points  (2 children)

Yes it would actually. Sexual defamation is per se defamation, giving him presumed damages. This law developed in common law back in the 1700s so it contains the wisdom of the ages.

[–]srtor 4 points5 points  (1 child)

First and foremost punishment for this bimbo - kick her off the facebook. Close her account.

[–]Black-Pill 191 points192 points  (33 children)

40 years ago when I was a boy, the larger community was part of my everyday Life. I could ask for help from a stranger, my behavior was dictated by the fact that if I was acting inappropriately, adults other than my parent(s) would correct my behavior or at least let my parent(s) know what I had been doing that was against convention and propriety. As a single adult male these days I don't interact, approach, or engage children in any way (the only exception might be a burning building or some such emergency). 10 years ago I took a friends 11yo son and 9 yo daughter to a family fun center for games and lunch. The daughter became upset with her brother and started acting out very loudly (screaming and crying) the staff called the police. I was detained until my friend and his wife came and vouched for the fact I was not some variety of kidnapper/criminal. I see and hear preteen children doing and saying things that would have had every adult in a 100 ft radius in my childhood time frame, pinching/grabbing my earlobe and searching for my guardian within 30 seconds. Now they (children) are simply ignored or avoided. Monsters are among us ......

[–]bakbakgoesherthroat 194 points195 points  (21 children)

Feminists laid waste to our society

[–]I_HaveAHat 57 points58 points  (9 children)

And we made feminists because of the war. We convinced them that staying at home was sad, and they had to go out and work. Now theyre sadder than ever and fucking it up for everyone else

[–]Senior EndorsedMattyAnon 45 points46 points  (5 children)

We convinced them that staying at home was sad

We ??? This was not us (before the time of most of us). This was not even male doing. This was women saying "We can do it too! just give me entitlement to it and I'm as good!".

Do not absorb collective guilt for the state of the world. You did not do it, and neither did men.

[–]Senorbubbz 18 points19 points  (3 children)

No man women were encouraged by the American government to take up their husband's jobs in the factories producing goods for the war. So when the war ended, all the men returned, and the women went back to being house-wives, most of them were already used to working, so they bitched about it endlessly and here we are.

[–]cariboo_j 8 points9 points  (0 children)

See I have no problem with women being in the workforce. Get a job, stay at home (while some sucker husband pays your meal ticket), do whatever you want I don't care.

Its all the hysteria and cuntery I have a problem with. Over zealous sexual harrasment policies, demanding special treatment like quotas and affirmative action. Divorce and alimony laws written like its the 1900s and women can't earn their own damn money. They want to feel equal without having an actual level playing field. Feminists want all the benefits of being a man with none of the responsibilities.

We haven't achieved true equality but its not unequal in the manner the feminists think it is. Women have gained the privileges of men but taken on none of the responsibility. And common women buy into the narrative that they are oppressed and men are just hording all the goodies because it personally benefits them and feels good. If it feels good no further analysis is needed.

[–]the_number_2 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Unfortunate, because at the time we NEEDED the workforce boost.

[–]tompanz 2 points3 points  (0 children)

The war may have fast tracked it, but it was only a matter of time. Women have always wanted the easiest and safest job, and up untill the 20th century and industrialism working outside of the community very dangerous. All of a sudden in the 30's and 40s a job meant a cushy airconditioned building where you sit and do paper work and answer phones.

I tell every feminist I can (when I feel like bashing my head against a brick wall) that if women were sooooo oppressed, then why did they all of a sudden decide to want rights right when modern society rolled around? Were they really sitting on their ass for 148,000 years just feeling sorry for themselves? Even if they beleive in the supa sekret matriarchy that existed before civilization, that's still 10,000 years of not giving a shit.

No, the very moment women want something, men give it to them. It just so happend that they wanted what men had. But with none of the expectations men have placed upon them.

[–]IronMeltsinmyHands 16 points17 points  (0 children)

Shit happens when you care about women's issues. Literal shit.

[–]datasstoofat 17 points18 points  (7 children)

No. Don't be stupid. Beta's laid waste to our society.

Feminism only exists because men allow it to happen. Don't be a fucking victim. You and the men you associate with are responsible.

Maintain frame. Stand your ground. Help because it's the right thing to do, and publicly shame women if they react like children. Don't be a fucking coward.

[–]RedPillAnonymous 23 points24 points  (3 children)

Absolutely not. Atlas must shrug! It isn't betas fault women are such failures. Betas genuinely are good people being duped by manipulative women. Women are responsible for what they do with power. Betas are just annoyingly naive.

[–]RPthrowaway123 9 points10 points  (2 children)

You are both right. Betas bought into a lie, and were raised to be nice and docile. Women of this past generation were raised to be hellraisers, to push boundaries. This combination has created what we are seeing today.

[–]RedPillAnonymous 15 points16 points  (1 child)

If women were as fanatically selfless and compassionate as betas we'd be in a perfect world.

[–]RPthrowaway123 5 points6 points  (0 children)

One of the truest statements I've seen on this sub

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Don't forget that weak men let it happen.

[–]Black-Pill 1 point2 points  (0 children)

They have just lowered the bar across the board, in regard to behavior, to the point that there is no expectation or examples of anything better

[–]iamnotfromtexas90 14 points15 points  (1 child)

As usual, Bill Burr is more relevant than ever.

[–]laere 6 points7 points  (1 child)

What's even worse is that there are parents who treat their children worse than any stranger most likely would. Fucking witness this everyday at work, fucking sad man.

[–]1Zanford 3 points4 points  (0 children)

A 'kids fun center' that calls the police every time a tyke screeches? Geezus, what the fuck are you paying them for?

[–]WarmApfelPi 1 point2 points  (5 children)

As a boy, my father told me a story about the old days. One day as a little boy he had his ear yanked by an old man for not saying good morning. He went home and told his uncle, and when he told him why the old man did it, his uncle gave the other ear a good yank for not showing respect.

[–][deleted] 98 points99 points  (27 children)

Wait, what? Why would anyone make death threats to a guy photographing himself next to a star wars poster? There arent even any kids on the picture....?

[–]JanLul 62 points63 points  (18 children)

Because a woman made another picture of him (most likely without children as well) and publicly shared on Facebook that he was a dangerous child molester.

[–]BannedBandit 19 points20 points  (13 children)

I am very confused... Can you explain to me like I'm retarded what her issue is with him taking this photo of himself?

[–]JanLul 68 points69 points  (10 children)

I think that you are looking for a logical, reasonable mind when there is none. The article insinuated that when he told the children he'd be done in a second, the mother was not present.

This leads me to conclude that she either saw this happen from a distance, or one of the kids told her that a man was talking to them. Either way, she went mental. She shot a picture of him and publicly outed him as a would be paedophile/child molester on Facebook.

I think he inadvertently did something that pissed her off. And consequently she did everything in her power to harm this man as much as possible. Falsely outing someone as a paedophile, is perhaps a more extreme form of a false rape allegation.

[–][deleted] 46 points47 points  (1 child)

She did not find him attractive and he talked to her children without her permission so he needed to be punished to put him in his place.

[–][deleted] 26 points27 points  (2 children)

Most phone cameras have two (2) lenses, making them able to take selfies, with the screen facing you, or with the back of the phone, screen still facing you.

Mom probably assumed the camera was aimed at her kids = Paedophile.

[–]JanLul 3 points4 points  (0 children)

That would be a very plausible explanation. I think you might be spot on here.

[–]BannedBandit 4 points5 points  (3 children)

That makes sense... She could have at least tried to be clear about her version of events.

[–]prestidigibator 15 points16 points  (1 child)

That would require personal accountability.

[–]the_number_2 2 points3 points  (0 children)

That makes sense

It's a shame that something so asinine, so crazy, "makes sense" to us in this day. Like, it's so common that we're just not surprised that it happened.

[–]Gadnuk_ 2 points3 points  (0 children)

He probably pissed her off by being a low value man.

As the one who saved the children from the evil pedophile she is framing herself as the hero, It's an obvious ploy for attention and praise at the expense of an innocent man.

As always, this man's misery is a means to the woman's selfish ends, and fuck the consequences.

[–]2alisonstone 2 points3 points  (0 children)

She wanted attention and Facebook likes, so she took a photograph of him and claimed that he is a child molester who tried to molest her kids.

[–]1aguy01 3 points4 points  (0 children)

That's the photo the guy took with his phone. The bitch took another photo of him with her phone, to identify him, and posted that on facebook. Basically, you could just go around taking pictures of people and posting them on facebook and twitter with a made up story and people will find them and send them death threats.

[–]Endorsed Contributorseattleron 2 points3 points  (2 children)

She made another picture? You mean like with photoshop?

[–]Sunshinelorrypop 13 points14 points  (1 child)

no, she saw him taking a selfie with Darth Vader and then took her own photo of him while he was walking away.

[–][deleted] 35 points36 points  (0 children)

Cause the bimbo made up a story about him taking pictures of her kids and added dialogue to it. Listen and believe.

[–]selassiepickney 12 points13 points  (0 children)

He was pointing the camera at himself, but they/she thought he was pointing the camera at them. iPhones have a front camera so you can see yourself as you take your own selfie.

[–]PlanB_pedofile 15 points16 points  (5 children)

Because women think emotionally and not logically. White Knights (the staunch defender of women in exchange for imaginary courtship) feel they must come to their rescue and fend off any evil males out there. This includes lame keyboard tactics and empty threats.

[–][deleted] 19 points20 points  (4 children)

Back in my white knight days I did it too. LOL. I no longer interfere if I see a woman in trouble unless I know her. Case in point - I recently saw my neighbour's mom wash his car and she could barely manage. I did it for her because he was away. No problem. Prior to that, a few weeks ago, I saw a woman getting roughed up in a parking lot, I didn't give a shit. I wouldn't even if she was getting pummeled and would at most call the cops. You don't know what she's done. Maybe she accused him of being a pedofile for simply having his kids in the back of his car? Maybe she defamed him on the internet in a similar fashion and he finally ran into her in person and lost his shit. They're all equal to me now. Lmao.

[–]copralalic 13 points14 points  (0 children)

Intervening in domestic violence, even cops will tell you, can end up with both of the other parties attacking you. And if you cause any physical harm, welcome to a lawsuit, where the woman will say whatever she wants if she thinks she can get what she wants, i.e., a payday. There was a CSI Miami plotline about exactly that.

[–]-Quotidian 76 points77 points  (16 children)

I've learned to trust my instincts in situations like these. It was protocol at a few old jobs to ask children if they needed help finding their parents. The uniform really helped in that regard.

But at parks, playgrounds, or campus grounds people let their children fuck off in any direction so they can drink, dick around with their phones or try to chat someone up. Once, and only once, did I decide to approach a kid I saw walking around completely unattended when I wasn't working.

Instantly I felt a tightening in my gut--telling me to to tread lightly and back off at the first sign of trouble--so I walked within about five feet and asked, "Kid, you lost?"

The--at a guess--four year old boy instantly turned towards a specific adult and stared. Turns out the kid's dad was jogging in a loop and had been keeping an eye on him. I made eye contact, nodded, and walked away when I got a nod back.

Reading this article makes me think I was damn lucky it wasn't some histrionic broad with nothing better to do than work herself into a raging froth. Found this the other day on the frontpage, seems relevant now.

[–]KurrKurr 27 points28 points  (3 children)

Wow! A social experiment, that actually tries to accomplish something other than make someone yell "It's just a prank, it's just a prank, ...".

And it was also executed very well. Asking permission first and so on. Awesome experiment!

[–][deleted] 23 points24 points  (1 child)

Stranger abductions are far less frequent than Joe or the media would have us believe. Most abductions are committed by someone the child knows, and most often by a parent after a separation/divorce, often to cause emotional pain to their former spouse, or to gain custody when the courts have ruled against them.

Joe certainly hasn't suffered with almost 6.5 million views for this video.

Another boogieman to keep us all indoors afraid of our own shadows.

[–]Senior Contributordr_warlock 3 points4 points  (0 children)

These 'facts' of yours don't help maintain the narrative.

[–]BannedBandit 6 points7 points  (0 children)

These guys definitely study the Social Sciences to a T.

And his other videos are "issa prank" vids.

[–]redditarcm89 11 points11 points [recovered]

Maybe it's because it was the Father, in your story.

[–]trpiece 2 points3 points  (0 children)

The father was probably keeping his distance from his kid and equally scared of some bitch calling him a pedophile for being at the park.

[–]kalstate 10 points11 points  (2 children)

Didn't the kids just see the 'experimenter' talking to their mothers moments before? And, is the camera invisible? The things that pass for experiments these days..

[–]BannedBandit 12 points13 points  (0 children)

Unfortunately shit like this will get way more attention than anything done with a proper methodology.

Feminists will take and run with studies that are fucking biased and flawed... A recent one in Australia was an online survey on facebook that concluded one in four young people think "women should learn their place". I wonder how many kids were laughing when they selected that response.

[–]the_number_2 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Hard to say if the kid saw. They may have been too focused on playing to notice.

The camera is likely far enough back that it wasn't in the immediate field of view when he's talking to them.

Frankly, I was waiting for a SWAT team led by a field of other moms to storm in and arrest the guy with the camera.

[–]nomad-oz 59 points60 points  (9 children)

I read this article in the paper.

One bloke made a comment that he grabbed a 4yr old boy by the arm to stop him running onto a very busy road. His mom who was walking ten paces behind yelled at him to let her kid go and called him a creep. He had expected a thanks but and was shocked that he got abused instead.

It illustrates how men are perceived by women. We dare not even smile at them in the street.

[–]Senior EndorsedMattyAnon 38 points39 points  (2 children)

He had expected a thanks but and was shocked that he got abused instead.

He showed her up. By preventing her child from dying, he made her look like a bad mother. And took control away from her. This drives some women absolutely mental and they start attacking.

The saving of the child's life is, of course, being completely denied.

[–]Philhelm 12 points13 points  (0 children)

Fucking cunt was probably posting on facebook through her unholy cellphone, while her (probably bastard) spawn was running into traffic like a lemming.

[–][deleted] 6 points7 points  (1 child)

That's why you need to defend yourself if that kinda shit happens to you. Guys shouldn't just walk away with a bewildered look on their faces, it legitimizes the woman's paranoia.

[–]BlackHeart89 2 points3 points  (0 children)

We dare not even smile at them in the street.

I give the weakest "hey" back I muster without seeming like a complete douche when a child speaks or waves while with their parents. It shows that I don't want to speak to your kid, but I don't want to be rude either.

If the parents aren't around, I completely ignore them and keep walking.

[–]Senior Contributordr_warlock 2 points3 points  (1 child)

And if the man just let the child do as it pleased and managed to get hit by a car, he would be blamed for not doing anything about it.

[–]nomad-oz 2 points3 points  (0 children)

The bloke made a follow-up comment. That though her comments had hurt him, that he was thought of as a creep, he would still do the same thing again to save a kid. He just couldn't live with himself if by not acting a kid might die.

Most men will do what is instinctively right. We act selflessly as an unconscious default. Feminism has made us second guess as when to act or not.

Expect a headline in the near future... Callous man stands by. Lets child run onto road.

[–]Chinny4daWinny 51 points52 points  (18 children)

Would the situation have been different if say he looked like Brad Pitt? I feel that if the guy looked more attractive he wouldn't be called a creep or such. It's real sad than men, mainly unattractive ones but still men in general, are guilty until proven innocent in most cases. The police even checked through his phone to make sure he wasn't a pedo. What did he do that raises signs of him being a pedo? Took a selfie near kids?

Seems like the most important thing to remember in life is be attractive and don't be unattractive.

[–]1grubek 32 points33 points  (13 children)

Women and their reproduction imperative is out of wacko.

And you know, I get it. They have their instincs and finding a suitable mate is one of the most powerful ones, I understand the bias, we men have it too. But fuck me if they are not out of control.

[–]PlanB_pedofile 12 points13 points  (12 children)

Perhaps their hormonal primal instincts are in overdrive.

Back in cavemen days, competing males would kill the offspring so they can have an opportunity to mate and produce their own. The lesser males had no chance competing against the alpha, the beta men targeted the children in order to gene sabotage.

Women and their primal instincts know this. They see these unattractive men and think "he's out to kill my children so he can attempt to mate with me" and their instincts go to shit.

However, if the man was attractive and genetically superior than the man from whence they had offspring with, the women would consider abandoning their child to strike up an opportunity to mate for the superior genetics.

[–]87GNX 22 points23 points  (2 children)

this sounds pretty broscience to me

[–]Hoodwink 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Yep. But, I really do think women actually feel threatened by ugly, sad, and otherwise obviously harmless men.

I've seen some weird and downright strange emotions from a few women in my life. It's the only way to explain it. There is some kind of 'threat' trigger that can get 'triggered'.

[–]emanking 10 points11 points  (7 children)

It's being shown that the plastics and chemicals in our water is [edit: one out of five reasons] wthat's causing the early development of girls and also stunting the development of young boys. The MD PhD guy that wrote the book I read calls these environmental estrogens. Might explain the "hormonal overdrive" in women and the beta-ness of men these days. 18 year old "men" today still look like they're 12 and I thought it was just because I was getting older but I've found I'm not the only one that has noticed.

edit: I want to provide more info on this book because think you folks would get a lot out of it.

Book website , Amazon Link

The full title of the book is: Boys Adrift: The Five Factors Driving the Growing Epidemic of Unmotivated Boys and Underachieving Young Men

Those five factors being: Video games, teaching methods, prescription drugs, environmental toxins, and devaluation of masculinity

[–]SingularPlural 1 point2 points  (4 children)

Can you tell me the title of this book?

[–]emanking 1 point2 points  (3 children)

I have an edit with some links and info but wth it costs nothing for me to copy/paste right now.

The full title of the book is: Boys Adrift: The Five Factors Driving the Growing Epidemic of Unmotivated Boys and Underachieving Young Men

Those five factors being: Video games, teaching methods, prescription drugs, environmental toxins, and devaluation of masculinity

[–]SingularPlural 1 point2 points  (2 children)

Awesome, thanks! Sounds like I should read it. Although I'm not a boy anymore, I fell like I might still benefit.

[–]emanking 2 points3 points  (1 child)

I've not read his other books but they all seem like they would compliment each other if you ever plan on having children.

[–]Imaginaryprime 1 point2 points  (0 children)

You might also like "The Demise of Guys" by Zimbardo. (TED talk + book.)

[–]1aguy01 1 point2 points  (0 children)

The average testosterone of a man nowadays is 30% lower than it was in the 50s. This is a real issue all men need to take steps to address in their own lives.

[–]1aguy01 1 point2 points  (0 children)

the women would consider abandoning their child to strike up an opportunity to mate for the superior genetics.

Idk, you see in other monkey species the women will stay with their kids and avoid getting pregnant again until the kid is independent, even when a new alpha kills the old one. That's why the new alpha kills their babies, so they'll mate again.

[–]Absinthe99 10 points11 points  (0 children)

Would the situation have been different if say he looked like Brad Pitt?

If he looked like Brad Pitt, the woman in question would have squirmed up next to him and taken a "selfie" with him... and then shared it online with an "OMG! Can you believe I met Brad Pitt?" and tagged it with some #HunkMakesMyGinaTingle hashtag.

[–]BlackHeart89 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Seems like the most important thing to remember in life is be attractive and don't be unattractive.

Lol thats the gist of it honestly. The foundation. Anything else either adds or takes away.

[–]Endorsed Contributorbalalasaurus 36 points37 points  (1 child)

Men are believed to be guilty until proven innocent because of feminism. No longer being viewed as the protector and instead being viewed as the oppressor supportive of the 'patriarchy', has made men the enemy.

Women complain that chivalry is dead. It's true - it is. Feminism killed it.

[–]2 Senior Endorsed Contributorvengefully_yours 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Chivalry towards women is dead, and good thing too. It wasn't about females in the first place, it was about combat and fair play. Still a lofty notion, because in conflict giving the other guy a chance lessens yours. Fuck that, I am no knight.

[–]∞ Mod | RP Vanguardbsutansalt 37 points38 points  (4 children)

I wish men would stop with the defensiveness and start going on the offense. "I don't know what she was so worried about. If you ask me she's bug nuts crazy and has no business raising kids if she's that afraid of life. Imagine the mental harm she's doing right now by making them afraid of the world around them." Somethign liek that would fire up the media and get a dialog going over what's right and not right to be worried about. Men need to take action and go after these nutters in the public sphere.

[–]darkrood 7 points8 points  (0 children)

You are expecting major news outlet would be balanced and "going over what's right"?!!! Really? Once you use the word "bug nuts crazy", you would just have bunch of "rational" women come out of the wood and possibly start a campaign #womenbutnotbugnutscrazy#

[–]SwallowRP 13 points13 points [recovered]

This always happens to the beta men, of course. Kind of a weird 'coincidence' that the only kind of men that cunts like this woman attack are beta and not have much power

[–]Senior Contributordr_warlock 121 points122 points  (37 children)

Even if you see a woman or child get hit by a car, the most you should do is call the police. You don't want to accidently graze a boob while helping her up and get accussed of sexual assault or some other nonsense. It's sad that I'm being completely serious.

[–]Iramohs 47 points47 points [recovered]

This 3 year old girl wanted to pet my dog yesterday. I noped the fuck away cause her grandmother was near. It really is sad.

[–]cdtCPTret 34 points35 points  (0 children)

Yea, if she accuses your dog of biting you have to go put it down

[–]NikoMyshkin 11 points12 points  (0 children)

it really, absolutely is necessary to take such steps these days "sick paedo used cute dog to lure 3 yo" who's gonna argue with that and consider your side?

[–]sushisection 7 points8 points  (1 child)

God. And these kids are growing up being fearful of strangers. Just imagine what effect that will gave when they grow up

[–]JovianTrainWreck 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Maybe it's a difference in where we live/grew up, but I feel like the old lady wouldn't lost her shit over something like that, at least not like the younger feminist cunts of today. I regularly meet older women that agree that young women today are fucked in the head and that feminism is bullshit.

Can't blame you for playing it safe though.

[–]cariboo_j 30 points31 points  (3 children)

Not sure exactly how often this happens, but I've read enough stories of people reporting crimes then becoming a suspect.

Its never a good idea to interact with police. They are there to make arrests and boost their stats. Too often they just want to pin the crime on someone and "solve" the case, not actually find the truth.

[–]the_number_2 14 points15 points  (0 children)

Its never a good idea to interact with police.

And if you find yourself in the unfortunate position of doing so, don't tell them anything more than they NEED to know (ideally, this would amount to telling them NOTHING). It's not your responsibility to do their job for them.

[–]southernmost 1 point2 points  (0 children)

The problem with police is that the best case scenario is that they let you continue about your business. A neutral outcome. All the rest of the potential outcomes are negative, resulting in a net negative expected outcome.

[–]thedude122487 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I agree, with the police they just care about quantity of arrests...quantity of traffic tickets. Quality takes a back seat to quantity. I do not trust them at all and I get paranoid when I see them even if I'm not doing anything wrong. I can't imagine what it's like for black people. All cops are crooked unless proven otherwise.

[–]SCROTAL-SACK 56 points57 points  (18 children)

tbh, I probably wouldn't even do that. Just drive on. But Im a total, unapologetic bastard to be fair. Unless its an animal or elderly person injured - I don't care.

[–]hamstercide 11 points12 points  (16 children)

I think you're legally required to contact the police if you witness an accident.

[–]dennislang 65 points66 points  (7 children)

That's the risk you gotta take in order to not take an even bigger risk.

[–][deleted] 32 points33 points  (6 children)

Pretty much. Kind of a fucked up position to be in, but welcome to being a man in modern western civilization.

[–][deleted] 7 points8 points  (4 children)

I think its like this in the East too. Doesn't Asia have a culture of not helping people in need in fear of a bigger risk?

[–][deleted] 24 points25 points  (1 child)

Only in China. And that's because a woman who was in a traffic accident sued the guy who helped her and won.

[–]cptspiffy 8 points9 points  (0 children)

that's because a woman who was in a traffic accident sued the guy who helped her and won.

There have been thousands of cases like this in China; their tort system is even more fucked up than ours is. Good Samaritans are regularly sued, successfully, by the people they tried to help.

[–][deleted] 7 points8 points  (0 children)

If you help in China it's the same as taking responsibility for it, ie you make it your fault. It's not too far off from the US version of never saying "sorry" as it can be argued it's an admission of guilt. I can't even imagine that, I don't have to worry about those things but that one is a bit... I don't agree that US laws can be called laws. More like highest bidder gets to use government muscle to impose on others.

[–][deleted] 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Its used to be a huge deal in Pakistan as well. Has slightly improved with the younger generation but still 7/10 times people will back the fuck off or at max call the police. The problem is that dealing with the police is such a big piece of crap that people rather just look the other way

[–]bakbakgoesherthroat 22 points23 points  (3 children)

Sorry officer, I have adhd. I was unable to register the event due to the symptoms associated with the condition. I will speak immediately with my physician to remedy the situation if possible.

[–]Endorsed Contributorseattleron 17 points18 points  (0 children)

Bravo. Use this victim mentality/society to your advantage.

Funny thing is, women hate the way men act today, but they asked, and continue to ask, for it.

[–]mpnsk 8 points9 points  (1 child)

TIL: Only some states in the USA have a Duty to Rescue law. wikipedia

[–]Senior Contributordr_warlock 1 point2 points  (0 children)

It means that if a person creates a danger and someone falls victim to it, the person that caused the danger has a duty of rescue, with a few exceptions. Check the Common Law tab of your source.

[–]Absinthe99 5 points6 points  (0 children)

I think you're legally required to contact the police if you witness an accident.

Well, you can simply say that you didn't see (i.e. "witness") anything.

Who or what would there be to contradict that?

  • Some relatively grainy surveillance video? Which would be video of what exactly?

    • Your vehicle with a license plate? That would merely prove that your vehicle was at/near the scene itself, and possibly (though this would be far more dubious) that your head/body was apparently aimed in some "glance" in the direction of the incident -- but that is not clear nor convincing evidence that you personally and specifically were aware of and "witnessed" said accident (keep in mind that people DO have "blind spots" and are often preoccupied, mind focused elsewhere... in fact that's a known primary CAUSE of accidents).
    • Alternately the video could be of your person (sans vehicle) -- but really that is even less probative, since it could simply be someone who looks and/or is dressed like you.
  • The other alternative -- that there were other PEOPLE present -- well that in and of itself essentially either alleviates you of responsibility, OR it indicts THEM.

The so called "Duty to Rescue" laws are (with certain circumstantial exceptions) almost entirely unenforceable -- especially against any random "bystander" -- they exist mainly to create the illusion of a legal requirement, rather than an actually enforceable one.

[–]ioncloud9 12 points13 points  (1 child)

I remember in middle school I was explaining something to some friends and was using my hands and arms. Some girl walked up behind me to my right and stood there waiting. When my elbow accidentally hit her boob she started complaining that I just hit her boob. Didn't see her there, everyone knew it, so she sulked off. Thinking back she might have had a crush on me or something.

[–]the_number_2 15 points16 points  (0 children)

Similar situation for me in High School, was player soccer in PE. Girl tries to come after me while I have the ball. I kick around her and she charges at me... right into my elbow (which was raised about should-height) face first. Not 5 minutes later, same thing, although this time it's my hand (extended out) and she runs chest-first into it.

So in SJW talk, I beat and raped a girl in 5 minutes.

[–]Eat_The_Muffin 25 points25 points [recovered]

It's ironic because children are more likely to be abused by their mother than a stranger.

[–]Senior EndorsedMattyAnon 4 points5 points  (1 child)

Can you provide a link to substantiate this? I like this kind of argument, but need evidence to back it up.

[–]Eat_The_Muffin 10 points11 points  (0 children)


It lists sources at the bottom, 90% of child abuse is carried out by people the child knows and 68% is by a family member.

[–]Purecorrupt 20 points21 points  (4 children)

I'm taking an improv class. There's another guy in the class. Late 30s? Mid 40s? He's a Theater Teacher at a middle school. For the past 2 weeks he's tried to invite the class to go to his middle school students shows. Whenever he suggests it I get MAD uncomfortable.

1) I'm a single male.

2) I have no children.

3) I have no siblings/relatives even close to that age.

4) I would be going alone if I went.

Self-peservation mode activated - Ignore invite.

[–]satirebob 18 points19 points  (0 children)

Some people might think you are overreacting. They are wrong.

[–]Endorsed Contributorseattleron 18 points19 points  (1 child)

Wow - that woman should be charged with defamation of character and the local news stations where they live should do a story on it. Good job to the newspaper for taking his face out of the picture. Anyone in the UK (or wherever this happened) should share his story on facebook to get the word out that he did nothing wrong. The woman is a dumb bitch who likes drama, just like all women. Why? Because feels (remember, women don't care what kind of feeling they get, they only want to feel feelings - the more feelings, the more interesting their life is, ie the foundation for attracting women), and mainly because her fucking life is boring. If she's married, I hope her husband scolds the living shit out of her, but there's no way there's a RP man in that home. No fucking way.

This shit makes me sick!

[–]beachedazd 2 points3 points  (0 children)

It's in Melbourne, Australia pretty sure.

[–][deleted] 20 points21 points  (2 children)

Holy shit I first clicked the photo and thought it was a joke that Darth Vader was creeping on children and the blurred out photo was the child he was creeping on. Like "beware this guy going around in black mask and cape posing with little children everywhere"

I still don't get it. Is that a grown man's face blurred out in the photo? If it's a selfie he sent to his kids, how did this bitch ever even find it?

[–][deleted] 13 points14 points  (0 children)

She must have taken a photo of him after or during his selfie

[–]Solitary_Wolf 13 points13 points [recovered]

can someone clear this up for me; the guy blacked out in the photo is the guy that took the photo?

the kid is nowhere to be seen in the photo yet was allegedly near the man when the photo took place

i sat on a bus near a kid the other day, surely I'm a child molesting rapist too.

[–]TRP Vanguardnicethingyoucanthave 20 points21 points  (3 children)

He took a photo with a front-facing camera. The back of his camera was pointed at some woman's stupid kids. She assumed that he had taken a picture of her kids.

[–]Sadpanda596 13 points14 points  (1 child)

Wow I feel stupid for not putting this together.

[–]emanking 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Don't feel too bad. One of the biggest challenges facing, say, psychiatrists is getting inside the head of their patients to understand their thought processes because those thought processes are so alien to the healthy brain.

[–]Senior EndorsedMattyAnon 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I think it wasn't even this - I think she's just made the whole thing up to get in on the SJW feelz.

[–]Ahib 14 points14 points [recovered]

I was standing in line at the grocery store, this adorable kid about 1-2 years old was "helping" his dad(or grandpa) move groceries from the cart to the cashier, it was cute, he could barely lift things, so I smiled at him, then I turned to smile at the parent and the guy was glaring at me like I'm a pedophile or something, then he grabs the kid and moves him farther away from me and keeps giving me this silent death stare... I was just fucking standing in line to buy my food for fucks sake. Now when kids say hi to me I just ignore them or walk away right away

[–]emanking 13 points14 points  (0 children)

The biggest loser in all this is not the man not being able to enjoy the interaction from kids but the kids themselves. They will now think all adult men are assholes that never give them any attention. It's very subtle but being compounded over years will have a profound effect.

[–]Linrraba 11 points12 points  (0 children)

Here in Brazil, there were a class action law suit by mothers against a daycare facility that hired a man to work there because they're afraid their kids could be raped by him.

[–]Z-Tay 10 points11 points  (0 children)

Who is this woman? She should be getting publicly shamed right now. Why is the internet letting her keep her anonymity on this one?

His picture and name are all over the internet, but the criminal woman's is not.

[–]denmaur 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Back in the 80's I took an astronomy class in college. The professor told us that, in the past, he would have the class meet at night to view the sky with a telescope. One time a female student made a claim about him touching her inappropriately when he was showing her how to use the telescope. Of course, the other students saw what really happened and the professor was cleared, but after that he refused to take any chances.

[–]dale0607 7 points8 points  (4 children)

This makes me think of the Reddit post the other day about black people doing everyday things have the police called on them for being suspicious.

I've seen a lot of fucked up things in this world and how evil people can be towards one another, but I still hold the sentiment that people are good overall.

[–]PlanB_pedofile 3 points4 points  (3 children)

your group with that line of thinking seems to be diminishing daily. I've seen actual child predators. I've seen the creepy old fart drive around and approach children

[–]dale0607 2 points3 points  (2 children)

Well I guess I should rephrase that the majority of people are good overall is what I meant to convey.

[–]emanking 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Violence toward each other has been on a steady decline for the past century. The speed at which information can travel and the density at which people can report and store this information helps in making it seem like such things are becoming more common when in fact the opposite is what's true.

[–]MasherusPrime 8 points9 points  (0 children)

File a charge for slander. Tools like this lady need to be a in police records for future drama.

[–]rossiFan 6 points7 points  (0 children)

This is a fucked up situation, but it's not just this situation that's bad. It's the consensual sex that gets turned into a rape accusation because the woman felt guilty for cheating on her husband. It's the car accident injury that a good Samaritan was sued for.

We (in the US) live in a highly litigious and paranoid society. I've had enough combat lifesaver and first aid training in the military to stabilize all but the worst injuries, but if I'm first to drive past a bad motorcycle accident, I'm not going to stop.

[–]ucfgavin 7 points8 points  (5 children)

I don't do anything to help out small kids unless I know them. If I'm on an elevator and its just me and an unsupervised kid gets on...I'm off. I'm not about to put myself in any kind of situation where someone can accuse me of anything.

[–]NikoMyshkin 4 points5 points  (2 children)

I'm not about to put myself in any kind of situation where someone can accuse me of anything.

that's exactly it: the only safe approach nowadays is to ensure you are never in a position where it could even be assumed you are a paedo. even if that means letting a child risk danger. that's where we are at: sorry - i am not risking my reputation, prison - my life even - for some kid.

[–]ucfgavin 2 points3 points  (1 child)

not even a kid either....if i'm around and some obviously insecure and angry chick is giving me any kind of look that just irks me the wrong way, i also get away from that too. its just not worth it haha

[–]NikoMyshkin 1 point2 points  (0 children)

yup, women are legally and socially more believed than men. it's just not worth the risk.

[–]Iamaguinealol138 3 points3 points [recovered]

Haha you're not alone. I do the exact same thing. If I'm waiting for an elevator and I see a kid walk next to me with the obvious intention of wanting to get on the elevator, I don't go on it (unless the kid is accompanied by a guardian).

Except I take it a step further, I also will hesitate to get on an elevator if the only other person wanting to get on that elevator besides me is a young adult woman. It depends on the situation though, sometimes I go on anyways but sometimes I don't (I factor random variables in, like for example the more liberal they look the less likely I am to go on the elevator with them. By liberal I mean if they dress like a hipster or something, have tattoos, or have dyed hair, etc, etc). I feel more comfortable being around older women because I think older women have their head screwed on their shoulders and are sane. It's the young females who often are very hormonal and super sensitive over everything. Idk if this is because young women are more hormonal and they eventually grow out of it when they mature and have a more realistic attitude towards other people (they become less self centered for example.....) or if it's a generational thing. Maybe the younger generation has just been brainwashed and pampered too much with postmodern liberal bullshit and that's why so many of them are emotional nutcases.

[–]ucfgavin 4 points5 points  (0 children)

I don't have any specific characteristics, its more like a gut feeling and the vibes that I get from them. I don't bother in my apartment building elevators because for the most part everyone recognizes everyone and people here know me. But if my gut says "wait for the next one" I don't mind hanging around for a couple more minutes. Its not worth the potential shit storm that anything would create. I thought I was pretty weird, but it looks like i'm not the only one.

[–]Tarnsman4Life 7 points8 points  (1 child)

Men and teenage boys have been punished for doing nothing because some hysterical woman overreacts for decades. About a half an hour from my former home in Florida they were trying to charge a 14 year old with kidnapping because he noticed a little boy who was lost in a Target and DARED to try and help him find his mother. I hate to say it women/kids if I don't know you, your on your own.

[–]Endorsed Contributorseattleron 15 points16 points  (8 children)

If he was an attractive man who dressed well and looked like he had money, he would have been the 'gorgeous guy' who hit on her middle aged ass and asked her to dinner, but she had to say no because she's married, monogomous, NAWALT, hypergamy immune, and loves her hubby soooo much. But secretly she surely did get this guy's - read: Chad's - name to message on Facebook (psssss - she tells hubby he found her on facebook) and just be friends and 'hang out,' but she has no idea why that hubby she loves so much is getting angry about her and Chad being friends? What the hell?! Chad is a personal trainer and going to help her get in shape, why doesn't her husband support her goals to lead a healthy lifestyle? God, why are men such assholes?! But, Chad did hit on her, so she's still got it, girls! Yeah! Now, validate her existence on social media and comment on her status and tell her she's beautiful, fellow overweight women with short hair cuts whose only skills are mocrowavable meals and Netflix binges.

Edit: spelling

[–]froggyfreshrap 11 points12 points  (2 children)

Found this comment on the YT video, its so true.

To put it crudely, women treat 7s like 1's because their ego says that even their 5s are 9s. This is because even the boring, stupid ones have a cloud of beta orbiters, and a cell phone full of people telling them that they're beautiful 24/7. Instant and unrealistic validation for their insane egotism. I look forward to this generation of smartphone whores hitting 30 (26 if they're smokers) and getting that cold, cold reality check. It's too late to grow a personality at that point.

[–]IronMeltsinmyHands 6 points7 points  (2 children)

Segregate the sexes, and blame it on women. You never know if they'll accuse men of being sexist or perverts or something.

It's just not fair to the guys who do nothing wrong.

Feminism has gone too far. I will always advocate not giving a woman any attention, in any regard. Because if you give an inch, they take a mile.

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (1 child)

Strange how segregation almost seem to be the natural result of feminism and sjws now while that's what feminism in third world countries fight against...

[–]ExigentCalm 5 points6 points  (4 children)

When I was still a church going person, I was assigned to teach a class of toddlers with my wife. I didn't volunteer and my wife was with me every second. And still the other church ladies gave me constant dirty looks and treated me like I was a closet child molester.

It was miserable. I had to quit after a few months because I couldn't stand the constant remarks and accusatory stares. Luckily nobody tried to cause me any trouble, but I was scared most of the time.

[–]Philhelm 3 points4 points  (0 children)

I did a similar thing, watching some toddlers during church. I didn't get the death stares (that I'm aware of), but then, I was probably the only male there without a lisp. It was still an uncomfortable position to be in, but my wife had signed me up to do that with her and I didn't hold frame by not going.

[–]Iamaguinealol138 7 points7 points [recovered]

This story reminds me of why I no longer feel comfortable being around women and/or children when there are no security cameras around.

I'd say about 2 weeks ago I was driving late at night (around 11:30 PM) to go get some food. I saw a lady who's car was broken down and this was on a street where there were no other cars around. She specifically waved at me to stop my car and assist her. I thought to myself there's no way in hell I'm stopping to help her because there's nobody else around. I'm not going to stop to help a woman on a dark street late at night when there's no one else around and no security cameras, that is extremely risky. What if she accused me of doing or saying something to her? After all people (especially women) are becoming hyper sensitive to the point that merely looking at a woman in the "wrong way" (whatever that even means) can be triggering and therefore be slanted as "rape" or "sexual harassment" or some other absurdity that flies in the face of common sense.

This also reminds me of the fact that just the other week I talked to one of my professors after class and one of the other students in my class (a female) also tagged along. We went to his office to talk because the classroom was being used for the next class. I once again found myself in an uncomfortable position. There are no cameras because it's an office which is considered a private area. I thought to myself in there "What if she accuses the professor and I of doing or saying something to her that's inappropriate (even though all we were talking about was our math homework)?" We all know how that would go down if I was falsely accused by a woman at a university. Worse is that colleges/universities are now adopting policies in which male students have limited to no rights at all when it comes to a fair trial (law school professors at Harvard University have brought up this issue). So if she would have merely accused me of doing/saying something, well there goes all my hard work and I'd probably get kicked out of the University and have my reputation tarnished forever. And again as I pointed out in the last example, it's not like you have to say or do something very blunt to get women to react to you in a negative way. These days it's become increasingly acceptable for anybody categorized as a "victim group" to be triggered for the most absurd things and they have an army of liberals in the media, in Hollywood (making stupid PSA's), and in academia who will support them. That is to say, pretty much the people who have the largest voice in our society and have a lot of influence over cultural attitudes, they overwhelmingly support these people.

An important thing to point out too is sexual harassment is no longer based upon the actions (or the words if they supposedly said something wrong) of the person being accused of doing it. If you look at sexual harassment policies at institutions, what you'll notice is instead sexual harassment is centered around how a particular action makes a person "feel." In other words, what this means in reality is if you merely look at a woman or say something completely innocent (and I'm saying you aren't checking her out, you aren't making any funny face at her, you just look at her) and she perceives it in a certain way that makes her feel uncomfortable, well guess what you're a sexual harasser even though you didn't do anything wrong. This is the insane world we now live in where you can do absolutely nothing wrong but still get into life-altering trouble because policies and cultural attitudes are being dictated to serve the most self centered and hypersensitive people in our society.

It's actually a bit funny because the only people I feel safe around when we're alone and there's no cameras are other men. Yet other men are far more likely to be a physical threat (and act on it) than women or children. Yet despite this it's women/children I find myself fearing more. This is because all it takes these days to have your reputation tarnished is for your name to be dragged through the mud on social media outlets. Even if you get into no legal/formal trouble, if your name gets mentioned too much on the internet and associated with being a sexual predator then all it will take for a future employer to figure this out is a Google search. Companies are looking up their applicants online more and more these days and do you really think in this competitive world that a business is going to take the time to do enough research to realize that those accusations of you are false?

[–][deleted] 3 points4 points  (8 children)

I've been through the "due process" of school twice. It's such a fucking sham, the dean is judge, jury, and executioner and they don't give you a lawyer before slamming you with ridiculous charges. Simply being accused of a crime, very very very minor misdemeanor, is about to get me suspended for a semester during my junior year.

[–]Gunnilingus 4 points5 points  (0 children)

I suspect the two standard rules for picking up women apply to helping women/children, as well. 1) Be attractive (2) Don't be unattractive. If a tall, well-built, good-looking man helped up a crying toddler who just tripped, I'm sure all the women in the vicinity would swoon. An overweight dude with a mustache doing the same thing is obviously trying to diddle the kid, though.

[–]NSA_web_spider 4 points5 points  (0 children)

A friend went to the wrong location of the Y, to pick up his daughter. He asked if she was there, and they said that no one of that name came in. He became visibly upset, left quickly to call his wife, and found out he was in the wrong place, and went to pick up his daughter.

I first learned about this when they were announcing the manhunt for him on the news. He was eventually required to turn himself in to police and explain his actions. A description of him was put in the paper.

When it was resolved, the paper said that "police were no longer looking for him".

This guy is about the nicest guy you could imagine. An awesome father to his kids. And he got smeared for going to the wrong place and looking upset in the vicinity of kids.

Yeah, women need to check their privilege when it comes to dealing with kids. :-/

[–]Santo26 5 points6 points  (1 child)

Ever watch the Swedish movie called THE HUNT? If not please do because it is all TRP about a man wrongly accused. He is alpha as fuck and fights it to the end also the movie is full of SJWs and White knights its a TRP must if you can handle subtitles. But i know all you TRP Gents are cultured as fuck and will love it

[–][deleted] 8 points9 points  (0 children)

We live in a world where people shout "You go girl!" for cheating on her husband and milking his bank account because she's "bored" and tearing apart a family, while innocent men get harassed, possibly arrested, and even possibly wrongfully incarcerated for just smiling at a child and saying "hi!" or making a funny face at them in the checkout at the grocery store. I can't believe this bullshit.


"..An estimated 200 women kill their children every year in the United States."

"..when mothers kill their kids, 68% are sent to mental hospitals and only 27% are sent to prison; when fathers kill their children, 72% go to prison and only 14% are hospitalized."

[–]OilyB 2 points3 points  (0 children)

If this is truly getting to be widespread, America is turning into a really ill country.

I have an idea. What would happen if a lot of men would start acting the same towards women interacting with those men's children? I'll wager the women would go home and complain about the feeling of isolation they had. I'd hope many more women would start to realize what a terrible feeling men have when regarded in this fashion. And maybe this awareness would turn this attitude around. What do you guys think?

[–]DaphneDK 4 points5 points  (2 children)

Fortunately this is an American thing as yet. I tell off children that misbehave (mostly when my own kids were smaller), and I help children that are in need. Last week a small girl was lost in the mall and I took her by the hand to the reception girl so she could call out for her parents on the microphone. A few weeks before I ran into a small girl that was crying, so I stopped up and talked to her for five minutes or so.

But they say the USA is usually ahead about ten years with such cultural things. So perhaps it's just a matter of time.

[–]MicroMinion 3 points4 points  (7 children)

This reminds me of a story my mother told me when I was young:

My father was on a business trip in Paris and he was driving somewhere in a rather busy place. Suddenly he heard a man screaming for help very loudly. His ~20 year old (probably son) got stuck under a trailer (presumably they were repairing their trailer) and it fell down on his head. The trailer was crushing the man's help but no one did anything. I then asked my mother if my father helped that man and she said no.

I always thought my father was someone who would do something when a whole crowd was watching so I was very surprised. When I asked why my father didn't do anything she said: If the boy would have died and my father was involved in any way, may it be that he removed the pressure from the head which caused his blood to flow out, or any other reason (neither me or my father has the medical knowledge of what the best thing would be to do in that situation) he could have very well gone to jail for a very long time, even though he would only have tried to help.

The young man's head eventually got crushed by the trailer and he died.

[–][deleted] 3 points4 points  (1 child)

Sue that bitch. Seriously, if someone publicly shames you like that you hire a lawyer and sue her into the ground.

That's how you deal with shit like that.

[–]Limekill 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Basically this.

This is the only way to protect your reputation from false rape accusations, etc. (I guess this is why the guy who had sex with matress girl is now suing the universit).

[–]justtookit 4 points5 points  (0 children)

As usual, defending yourself is prohibited.

A year ago /u/Whisper posted a 'Male survival in 21st century America' checklist. It was vilified and picked up by SRS and the like.

No one seems to have asked for an explanation.

At least here at TRP we can guess what the outline of the explanation would look like.

They will always find a way to make you responsible, to make you guilty of something. Save someone from a burning building? You broke her legs. Only saved one of them? Involuntary manslaughter, 3rd degree. At least a man is likely to be grateful.

I'm particularly concerned with the defense we have to use with children. The best defense we can have when interacting with children is to be cold and distant. So that's what we've become. And that is the stereotype children internalize.

Disciplined children don't become criminals, don't become vulnerable to abuse, and don't need government intervention. That's bad news for a long list of agencies. The discipline offered by men doesn't even apply to just their own children; it applies to all the children they come across. This influence has been ceaselessly eroded. As we can see, men are suspect for showing any interest in children and their welfare.

The government and charities want themselves to be the only agencies involved in child protection, instead of the most appropriate and effective child protectors on the planet: men. By removing men from protecting children, they create much larger numbers of children in need of protection. Sickening, you say? No, it's great for business! Donate now! Protect children! Donate now! Increase funding!

Their business plan involves stirring up as much hatred and suspicion towards men as possible. And you can see it in their rhetoric. The more you drive a wedge between men and children, the more delinquent the youth becomes, and all of society is worse off for it.

An excellent ManWomanMyth video discusses the topic of men and children. [47:25], start at 37:00.

[–]SwissPablo 3 points4 points  (0 children)

I can't remember the name of the video, but someone posted one here a while back where a news program had a male and female actor out at the beach taking random photos. The woman was taking loads and no-one batted an eye, but as soon as the man started snapping he had people stopping him, asking him why he was taking pics of kids etc. Was an interesting watch.

[–]calzenn 4 points5 points  (0 children)

I live part time in Thailand and the difference is amazing. One time I was at the local shop and couple of little kids were in there. They were about four years old, obviously poor and without much money. I grabbed a couple of candies and gave it them.

On my way out the parents stopped me - and thanked me.

I was laughing thinking of what would have happened to me back in the west... but over there I am not seen as a vile rapist/murderer, I am, just a man... its almost like I can be human again sometimes.

[–]NikoMyshkin 2 points3 points  (3 children)

This is why I would no longer help any child even from a potentially dangerous situation. The mere fact that a man approaches an unrelated child is enough for his life to be ruined by slander.

Of course, in the case of lost children, this means they are more likely to be picked up by actual paedos because all non-paedos (ie virtually all men) would be too scared to go near them.

[–]Darkone06 2 points3 points  (1 child)

THis happen to me at a work fuction. I was taken a selfy against a wall and aparently a girl was bending over in front of me trying to recover a ping pong ball.

I was called a creep and had a serious meeting with HR regarding the situation. I never once noticed the girl bending in front of me.

[–]oldmanwho 14 points14 points [recovered]

look beta, act beta, take photo like beta, whine "but no that's not what happened" afterwards like beta. all wrong. doesn't change that the witch is a witch, and yea it sucks, but witches are pretty constant.

what witches scream about = what they want. what they want + beta? = disgust, dismissal by rape accusation. i guarantee you if he looked better, acted DGAF, laughed in their faces, posed as captain morgan and took another picture again, the witch would post the same picture in r / ladyboners. still a witch, still pretty constant.

[–]Philhelm 8 points9 points  (1 child)

Cocky-funny: Give the woman a smarmy grin and exclaim, "Your bastard kids are too ugly to rape," and take another picture. (Just kidding, don't actually do this.)

[–]epixs 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Lmao just burst out laughing at work, lol that's a fucked up joke but good.

[–][deleted] 6 points7 points  (1 child)

Yeah, not to big myself up, but I'm doing alright in the looks department and I've never experienced any mistrust around other people's children.

Guess ugly = pedo as the hamster goes.

[–]emanking 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I don't even think you have to be handsome with a jawline that could split wood but you have to have proper hygiene, be clean cut, and dress accordingly.

[–]BannedBandit 1 point2 points  (4 children)

I'm so fucking confused... How is his selfie an issue with the woman? What is her complaint?

[–]Tqbfjotlds 11 points11 points [recovered]

He held up a camera. She heard a picture being taken. She does not know whether it is a picture of her kids or a selfie. So she does what any right minded woman does - she goes with her feels.

[–]BannedBandit 3 points4 points  (1 child)

Right... And thousands of people have judged this man for it.

[–]Bottled_Void 2 points3 points  (0 children)

From what he said, it sounds like the mother wasn't even there. So the kids probably ran over to her and said, "That man said something to us".

Crazy woman took that to mean he said, "Hey kids, wanna see something really cool and eat some candy?"

The fun thing is, you can tell off strange kids all you like, yell at them, tell them to fuck off and stop being a brat. But if you're nice to them, you must be a pedo.

[–]1 TRP SupporterFred_Flintstone 1 point2 points  (0 children)

If you look closely at the profile picture in the first image, you will see who is the real creeper here.

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children)


What is this?

[–]cacher371 1 point2 points  (1 child)

This is America, I don't have to help anybody! Haha =(

[–]denmaur 1 point2 points  (0 children)

No, somewhere there's a government agency to do that.

[–]quelques_heures 1 point2 points  (0 children)

So she makes up some story about him approaching her kids in a facebook comment on a photo he took himself. Crackheads, seriously?

I wonder how much meth she smoked this morning. Maybe the cops should be checking her out.

[–]1User-31f64a4e 1 point2 points  (1 child)

I note with approval that in the sinking of the Costa Concordia, a women and children first policy was not adopted.

Dalrock wrote about this: https://dalrock.wordpress.com/2012/01/21/why-wasnt-it-women-and-children-first/

Fuck it. There is too much misandry in the world right now. As a man you have to be an idiot to prioritize women at this point.

[–]1Zanford 1 point2 points  (0 children)

He should have never given the phone to the cops. Even though he's totally innocent. Never know what they will abuse (like go through the contact info to call everyone he knows about the incident, etc.)

[–]2 Senior Endorsed Contributorvengefully_yours 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I used to get fucked up looks from women when I was somewhere with my daughters. I've had to prove they were my kids on base while at the park, like someone is going to sneak on a military base to snatch kids.

I will rarely talk to kids, never touch them, and only look at them if they are making a scene. Sometimes I will talk to the parent, how old, etc, then tell them about my kids so they don't arbitrarily decide im a pedo. I'm scary enough as it is.

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

He should sue this tramp for libel.

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