“I like to think of myself as a feminist, and I would certainly try to be that way, to be that forgiving. I don't know if I would succeed, but I would definitely try. That's the thing about being a true feminist though - it's supposed to be about equality, not about special treatment.”
“Actually, no, since the times that records have been kept, violence against children has overwhelmingly been perpetrated by women, it is especially alarming in the case of murders.
However, how nice of you to deflect the problem onto the shoulders of men, I suppose obscuring the issue is the way that feminism can keep its bloodlust for children unnoticed and still try to blame men for it.”
Yokohama mama on Mar 16, 2013 at 13:18:07
“"Feminism's bloodlust for children?"
Disregard my earlier comment. Just so you know, it is because of feminism that your able to vote, work, and have the right to be whoever you want to be. Do you know what a country that fears their women instead of loving/respecting/caring them looks like? Look at Saudi Arabia, Africa, and look at what they do to their women out of complete fear. Pouring acid on them for driving, shooting girls in the head for going to school and wanting a education, raping them because they heard a rumor that raping virgins cures AIDS. That is what fearing women looks like, fearing them to the point of complete oppression. Hate other women all you want, but at least have enough sense to not have the need to poison others of your fear.”
“When will this violence against children by their mothers stop?
It's time we had a pink/blue ribbon day to end this violence against children by their own mothers.”
Yokohama mama on Mar 16, 2013 at 07:56:15
“This isn't something recent. It has probably been going on for a very long time, and there's probably not much people can do except more help for new mothers.
Do you know why in most family murder, the parent doing it commits suicide also? They kill their whole family because they believe that killing them is the best they can do for them, and that they don't want anybody else to take care of their children. There was a hike of these in '08 when the recession hit, the fathers and mothers killed their spouse's and children because they were losing their home; everything.”
Zach Fox on Mar 15, 2013 at 11:23:34
“That's a great idea. That is an idea that needs support these days no1 seems to notice how serious it truly is. The other day a lady was selling her two babie for 1000 bux now this. Jeeeezus she could of at least left the baby in the bassinet with the note for her husband. . . . wtf!”
scionofelshaddai on Mar 15, 2013 at 11:15:16
“Not just violence against children by their mothers, but by either parent! Those poor little kids are so defenseless it just breaks my heart for them and how any mother could do this is beyond me. I went through post partum depression and while my thoughts were bad, when I looked at my children I just thought, dear Lord how could anyone harm someone so small and helpless and precious.”
american64woman on Mar 15, 2013 at 11:01:21
“yes this recent escalation is disturbing... though men have been doing it over 2000 years... the fact that women are beginning to emulate their gruesome behavior is thought provoking”
Jun 14, 2013 at 11:32:10
“Sure, why don't we all publish our dating experiences for the world to see so that others can be warned or encouraged. We can discover who is likely to put out on a first date, who might have a hygiene problem, who drinks too much and gets overly flirty, who is chubbier or older than their photos make them look, etc. etc.”
“The Elizabeth Fry Society of Nova Scotia needs to step in and get this outrageously long sentence overturned and advocate on her behalf like they did for Nicole Doucet. They need to establish that all these men that she's killed (or tried to) forced her to commit these crimes in response to their "reigns of terror" - they won't need any proof of it, it's not necessary in their books, even evidence pointing to the contrary should be ignored (They explained why in their media release about the Michael Ryan case).
Nova Scotia (and our Supreme Court) have already established that taking a man's life (or attempting to) is a crime not punishable by a prison sentence if the perpetrator is a woman, so it's baffling why this old dear should spend time locked away.”