> ## NEC Chair’s Partnership with an Accused Serial Abuser NOOOOO… > Our NEC Chair has been in a long-term partnership with Martin Manteca who is an accused sexual harasser, abuser, and union buster. Manteca has been accused of sexual harassment in 16 separate depositions. He was also a catalyst that pushed one of our members into full-time prostitution after firing her upon starting her gender transition. And, at least one buddy in Los Angeles did not want to stay with the organization upon finding out who The NEC Chair’s partner is. > Despite this, our chair has stayed with him and even brought him to events to meet and interact with survivors and AF3IRM women, such as the Dia De Los Muertos event in LA. While it might be considered her personal choice to stay with a man who allegedly abuses and harasses women he supervises, the act of bringing him in contact with AF3IRM women at official AF3IRM events is an organizational decision with consequences that go far beyond the individual and personal sphere. > To focus on minor errors of our comrades is of course, not right. However, the overall attitude of acceptance towards allegedly abusive and imperialist men among leaders in our organization, and the inviting of these allegedly abusive and imperialist men into organizational events, is itself the problem. Everyone makes their own decision on who to date and marry. But leaders can and should be held to a higher standard. Their decisions affect the entire organization and being in leadership requires a sense of responsibility and understanding of how their personal actions can affect the entire organization and its members. What a PIECE OF SHIT he is! Massive red flag right there. I would have immediately left if that wasn't resolved. --- Imperialism is a stage of capitalism developed as a marxist construct; people cannot oppose imperialism without supporting Marxism. --- The splitting party really should have left far earlier (in 2021 or 2022).


INB4 "nooo our religious figure has no gender!!!" well if you uniformly portray them as male even though they have no gender, that's still a problem. Case in point, how the Christian god has no gender but is always called "he" (and equivalent on other languages with gendered pronouns) and is always drawn as a man.

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For abortion clinics worldwide, see If you live in a country where there is no access to safe abortion services and you would like to obtain a medical abortion with Mifepristone and Misoprostol, please go to Women on Web ( Some women attempt to have an abortion by placing sharp or dirty objects into the womb or by punching the belly. This is very dangerous and should never be done because there is a very high risk of wounding the insides of the woman, infection, heavy bleeding and even death. For many women, ending a pregnancy is a difficult decision. When the woman cannot discuss the abortion or alternatives with a healthcare provider, we advise her to talk about it with a good friend or a relative. We strongly advise any young girl to talk with her parents or another adult she trusts about her situation, her decision and the abortion procedure. Women who are sure that they want to end their pregnancy and have no other means should print and study the instructions carefully first. It is best to discuss them with a friend. A woman should never do this alone. If you have any questions about this method or experiences you want to share, after reading the information below, send email to How does an abortion with Misoprostol work? Misoprostol for medical abortion works best in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. After that, there is an increased risk of a complication and need for medical attention. If you are considering using misoprostol after 12 weeks, please contact for instructions; these instructions are for women who are 12 weeks or earlier in their pregnancy. Misoprostol causes contractions of the womb. As a consequence, the womb expels the pregnancy. A woman can get painful cramps, vaginal blood loss that is more than a normal menstruation, nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea. There is a risk of heavy bleeding for which a woman will have to be treated by a doctor. The chance that an abortion with Misoprostol will be successful is 94%. Misoprostol is available in pharmacies in almost all countries. The experience and risks of an abortion caused by Misoprostol are similar to those of a spontaneous miscarriage. Miscarriage happens spontaneously in 15-20% of all pregnancies. The treatment of complications is the same as those of a spontaneous abortion (miscarriage). If there is a problem, a woman can always go to the hospital or any doctor. The doctor will treat her as if she had a spontaneous miscarriage. There is no way the doctor will know that the woman took medicines. We will now provide some important information that every woman who thinks about inducing an abortion with medicines should know. A woman should make sure she is pregnant. She can do a pregnancy test or have an ultrasound. Misoprostol should only be used if a woman is 100% sure that she wants to end the pregnancy. A woman should try to have an ultrasound before taking Misoprostol. An ultrasound shows whether the pregnancy is in the womb and the length (number of weeks) of a woman's pregnancy. Misoprostol should not be used after 12 or more weeks of pregnancy. A pregnancy of twelve weeks means 84 days (12 weeks) after the first day of the last menstrual period. If a woman thinks she has been pregnant for more than twelve weeks, or if the ultrasound shows this, we do not advise to take Misoprostol unless the woman has medical supervision. The medicine still works, but the risk of heavy bleeding, serious pain and complications increase the longer the pregnancy lasts. A woman should not do the abortion alone. While having the abortion, it is important to have someone close by; this can be the partner, a friend or a relative who knows about the abortion and who can help in case of complications. Once the bleeding starts, someone should stay in contact with the woman to be able to help in case complications occur. Misoprostol can only be used without medical guidance when a woman has no serious illness. Most illnesses are no problem. Some serious illnesses, such as, for instance, severe anaemia, can create problems because of the heavy blood loss involved. Serious illnesses are sometimes a reason for a legal abortion, even in countries with restrictive laws. Do not use alcohol or drugs during the treatment!!! The woman must be able to pay close attention to what is happening in her body. If the cramps are very painful, she can use Ibuprofen, or a hot water bottle or heating pad, but never alcohol or drugs. Misoprostol should not be used when there is a possibility of an ectopic (or extra-uterine) pregnancy. An ectopic (or extra-uterine pregnancy) is not in the womb (uterus). An ectopic pregnancy can be detected by having an ultrasound. Treatment by a gynaecologist is then necessary to ensure the health of the woman. If not treated, there is a risk of heavy internal bleeding due to rupturing of the fallopian tube. Gynaecologists treat women for this condition in all countries, even in countries where abortion is illegal. An ectopic pregnancy cannot be treated with Misoprostol. Misoprostol should not be used if the woman has an intra uterine device (IUD). An IUD is a contraceptive, a small coil of about 3 cm inserted by a doctor in the womb to prevent pregnancy. A Woman who has an IUD and is pregnant must have an ultrasound made because the risk of an ectopic pregnancy is higher. If the pregnancy is in the uterus, it is necessary to have the IUD removed before using doing the abortion. Misoprostol should only be used when transportation within a few hours to a hospital is possible. That way, if complications occur, medical aid will be near. Misoprostol should never be used if the woman is allergic to Misoprostol or any other prostaglandin. This is a rare condition, which a woman will be aware of if she has used these medicines and had such a reaction before. If she has never used the medicine before, she cannot have experienced an allergic reaction. There is a possibility that the attempt to cause an abortion with Misoprostol will fail. The chance that using Misoprostol will cause an abortion is 94%. The treatment has failed if the medicines do not cause any bleeding at all or there was bleeding but the pregnancy still continued. The woman can try to use the medicines again after a few days, but this can fail again. There is only an ongoing pregnancy in 6% of cases. If more than 14 days after the use of Misoprostol no abortion has occurred, and if no doctor is willing to help, there remains no other option than to travel to another country to have a legal abortion, contact women on web, or to keep the pregnancy. There is a small increased risk of birth defects such as deformities of the hands or feet and problems with the nerves of the foetus, if the pregnancy continues after attempting abortion with these medicines. Some doctors might consider this as a reason for a legal abortion, so try to find one. A possible sexual transmitted infection should be treated. If there is a risk of a sexual transmitted infection (STI, also known as a sexually transmitted disease, STD) such as Chlamydia or Gonorrhoea, arrange an examination with

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Ryzyko uwięzienia kobiety w samochodzie po wypadku dwa razy większe. Próby zderzeniowe są “męskie”
Kobiety częściej niż mężczyźni doznają urazów miednicy w wypadkach samochodowych i nie mogą się wydostać z samochodów. Winne mogą być niedokładne testy zderzeniowe, w których manekin udający kobietę ma kształty dziewczynki.

So much for "gender equality"; the US just wants women to "get back in the kitchen", even during wartime. (Probably so that the elite and corrupt can rape them.)

No Web Without Women
cross-posted from: > This is nice. I didn't know about these women, other than Grace Hopper. > > Why are women so underrepresented in tech?


“Misandry irritates. Misogyny kills”
Men face sexism too! You might have heard people dismissing misandry as unimportant because 'there's no systemic discrimination against men' or the famous saying "Misandry irritates. Misogyny kills" Occasionally, you might hear that there is systemic misogyny, which may occasionally backfire against men occasionally. But is this true? Let's look at the facts **The Law** According to a very indepth review by Sonja Starr, she deduced that [Men get 63% longer sentences for the same crime.]( While it is true that men are more likely to commit crimes, it doesn't explain the gender disparity, which is alot longer than racial disparity, which means even an African American woman would get a shorter sentence than a white man. Men's troubles don't start there. [Men are more likely to be stopped by the police](, and even when women are stopped, [we are less likely to be arrested]( [Women are also less likely to be killed by the police]( And overally, men are [90% of those in prison](, [98% of death row inmates](, and [and 98.8% of those executed.]( Now when we hear that African Americans are unjustly being killed by police at higher rates than white people, we rightly protest and accuse the police of discrimination. We also say that if African-Americans commit more crimes than whites it's due to systemic discrimination against them, but if men receive much harsher sentences than women for the same crime and sentencing history, isn't it systemic discrimination. So, why does this discrimination exist? It's in part due to the ['women are wonderful effect']( Some have argued this is only due to women following traditional gender roles, but even when women are not, [we are still seen as wonderful]( Violence against women is seen as almost universally evil especially Western nations. According to research done by Richard B Felson, [people see violence against women worse than violence against men, especially if the perp is a woman]( Men are discriminated against even when they are the victims, [As criminals get harsher punishments for killing women than for killing men.]( **Mental Health** It's a well known fact that [men commit suicide more than women in every country in the world.]( But what is behind this rate? People argue that since women attempt suicide at higher rates than men, it proves that women are the ones in need of help not men. But [men have a higher rate of suicidal intent than women]( It seems that many women could be making a suicidal gesture rather than actually wanting to commit suicide. As a woman, I used to be suicidal but I was able to benefit from therapy, which is what most want. Some also say that men choose more lethal methods, but this is also not indicative of men's suicide rate because [even when men choose the same methods, they still die more than women.]( Some say it is due to toxic masculinity, but even that has problems. First of all, if women were more oppressed than men, why would they commit suicide at a higher rate? Secondly, [91% of men who committed suicide did seek help before doing it]( So, what is the reason? Well, [suicide prevention programs work much better for girls than for boys]( This [study]( shows that men are dropping out of therapy prematurely because therapy was created with women in mind. To summarize, if men all over the world commit suicide more than women, even when using the same methods, and men drop out of therapy because it doesnt suit their needs, than isn't it systemic discrimination? **Physical Health** Now, everyone knows that [women live longer than men in almost every country on Earth.]( But leave alone the fact that men are more likely to commit suicide, die at work (more on than later), die during a conflict (more on than later), drown, die from an injury, and die from child abuse, let's look at mens health. [Men are more likely to die from cancer](, [heart attacks](, and even [coronavirus]( Despite all this, [women's health receives FOUR TIMES as much funding as men's health]( **Hate crimes** Almost everyone agrees that gay men are oppressed to some degree. [But gay men suffer hate crimes more often than gay women do.]( Other feminists say this is because lesbians are seen as 'sexier' than gay men. But even [transwomen are more likely to be victims of hate crimes than trans men]( The key here is that even though trans women are women, transphobes dont consider them women, they consider them 'men in dresses' and thus deserving of violence. While transmen usually say that people generally treat them with kid gloves when they find out they were AFAB (assigned female at birth). [Bisexual men endure more discrimination than bisexual women]( [72 countries have laws against homosexuality, but only about 40 have laws against female homosexuality]( So in 27 countries, it's banned for men but not for women. So if men are more likely to be victims of hate crimes, male homosexuality is punished more than female homosexuals, while trans women are being targeted because they are seen as men pretending to be women, doesn't it mean men are systemically discriminated against? **Work** You've probably heard that women make less money than men, and that is an example of discrimination, but the truth is that women choose more fulfilling and safer jobs than men. We also choose jobs closer to home, so we commute less, and we take less overtime and work shorter hours. [Here is a video explaining it all.]( According to this research, [men work almost twice as long as women in a week, do more work in a week even when unpaid labor is considered]( According to this study, [men are much more unhappy at work than women]( [Men are more than 10 times more likely to die at work than women]( [Boys are more likely to be put in child labor than girls](, and according to this [study](, the work they do is very dangerous and harmful. So, how is all of this systemic? Well, there is a general cultural and religious duty of men to provide for women. In Christianity as well as Islam, men are told (and sometimes harshly condemned for not) to provide for women, and our children. This leads to men choosing higher paying but more dangerous, less emotionally fulfilling, and farther away jobs so they can provide for women. However, even though men are in a way 'punished' for choosing such careers by dying more on the job and being more unhappy at work, women aren't really 'punished' for our careers because we still [control most of consumer spending.]( Which means that many men work punishing hours at a job they dislike and STILL benefit less than women. This doesn't even take into account all the concessions offices make for women, like breastfeeding rooms, worker maternal leave, etc **Military** Currently, about 60 countries have mandatory drafts for males but only 9 have mandatory drafts for women. In some countries, women serve for a shorter time, like in Israel, women service two years while men serve for 2.5 years. In some cases, [men and boys will be targeted in a military operation or massacre]( ​ **Retirement rates** [Several countries still have a lower retirement age for women]( **Homes and homelessness** Men are more likely to be homeless in almost every country on Earth.

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