Angry Harry Officially 'Analysed'
Angry Harry Analysed By Psychologists
According to the Critical Research Group
Angry Harry’s image of heroic masculinity is rooted in traditional ideas of
manliness in which the hero is one who rejects notions of gender equality".
(Link now defunct - see below)
Hmm. Can anyone tell me where, exactly, on this website is there expressed any
desire on my part for society to return to the 'traditional ideas of manliness'
and where, exactly, on this website is there any suggestion that
someone who rejects 'notions of gender equality' is necessarily a 'hero'?
Well. "Nowhere," is the correct answer to both questions.
And these people consider themselves to be the brains of our society!
The authors will discuss the implications of Angry Harry’s arguments for challenging or supporting efforts towards gender equality in this society.
Oh, will they now?
But, of course, they didn't discuss these things with me, did
Well, of course, I don't really care; but it does irritate me to
discover that even supposedly lofty academics cannot understand my various
these so-called academics are nowadays little
more than politically-corrected robots
But, then again, as I have often pointed out, these so-called academics
are nowadays little more than politically-corrected robots with not much in the
way of intellect. They have been completely brainwashed throughout their
lives and are incapable of stepping out of the mental boxes in which they have
become entrapped. "Men are abusers and women are abused," is about the
only refrain that rattles around inside their empty heads.
It is this refrain that gets them promoted up the career ladder. And so
they learn it well.
For example, ...
How Feminists Do Their 'Research' When
Suzanne Steinmetz revealed that women are often as violent as their
husbands, the fem-fascists started a whispering campaign designed to
block her promotion at the University of Delaware. When that didn’t
work, they phoned in a bomb threat at her daughter’s wedding. Cowed by
the threats, Steinmetz soon suspended her pioneering research. Carey
But, I repeat, there is nowhere on this website where I
particularly endorse 'traditional ideas of manliness' nor anywhere do I make
the suggestion that resisting (their stupid bankrupt notions of) 'gender
equality' is especially heroic.
I'm in a bad mood now.
So here's this! ...
Suffragettes 'were like al-Qa'eda' A new thesis published this week claims that the "so-called heroines" of the fight for the vote for women actually delayed progress by their "carefully calculated, stage managed, cold-blooded
The British Psychological Society Press Release
‘Angry Harry’ and the Fight for Masculinity
Men’s movement activist ‘Angry Harry’ says that men who support
gender equality undermine men’s position in society.
from the Critical Research Group at University College Northampton will
present an analysis of descriptions of men and masculinities on a
prominent Men’s Movement website called ‘Angry Harry’
(www.angryharry.com). Their research is being presented today, Thursday 1
September 2005, at the British Psychological Society’s Social Psychology
Section Conference, which is being held at the University of Edinburgh.
The ‘Angry Harry’ website, one of many voices of the men’s movement,
addresses the ‘crisis in masculinity’ in general, and issues like fathers’
rights and gendered violence in particular. ‘Angry Harry’ suggests that
men are a marginalised group in society. He draws on a range of apparently
unrelated political issues to position those supporting the men’s movement
as ‘heroes’ or ‘anti heroes’ resisting men’s political oppression within
an allegedly feminist dominated society.
According to the Critical
Research Group "Angry Harry’s image of heroic masculinity is rooted in
traditional ideas of manliness in which the hero is one who rejects
notions of gender equality".
The authors will discuss the
implications of Angry Harry’s arguments for challenging or supporting
efforts towards gender equality in this society.