Have you ever felt we live in a world were men’s rights are being deliberately violated by rules, commercial policies, or even the law itself?
If you’re angry because the last time you went to a night club you had to pay more than a few dollars just to get in, and all the ladies got in there for free (and they are expecting YOU to pay for the drinks); if it upsets you that women are hired in top positions just because they’re cute and smell nice, or only because there are more males than females in that office; if you feel the mere existence of an act, a bill or law created on behalf of just women is discriminatory, then Roy Den Hollander is your guy.
He’s an attorney who has realized feminism has become a synonym of discrimination against men, and has inspired the powers that be to create inequitable laws. He holds a MBA from Columbia Business School, and got his J.D. from George Washington University Law School.
Now is the time for all good men to fight for their rights before they have no rights left. Roy Den Hollander.
To learn more about Roy Den Hollander visit: roydenhollander.com
His work is worth reading; you may not agree with some of his ideas but you should really give it a try. I think it is important to acknowledge that feminism has been wrongly understood and should have no place in a world where all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.
If women think they are not treated equally to men, it may be because they feel they need special laws to ensure their wellbeing. Such need means nothing but the existence of an inferiority complex which should be dealt with to avoid further disorders.
Get up, stand up: stand up for your rights.
Get up, stand up: don’t give up the fight!
September 8th, 2010.
 The Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Article 1.