The right to be left alone

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Author: Geoffrey James

People
on
the
Internet
spend
a
lot
of
time
talking
about
rights.

Reading
some
of
the
more
active
social
media
sites
can
set
your
head
swimming
with
discussions
about
women’s
rights,
gay
rights,
digital
rights,
privacy
rights
and
whole
other
host
of
uses
and
abuses
of
the
term
“rights”.
Me,
I’ll
settle
for
being
left
alone.
I
don’t
want
to
build
some
kind
of
masculine
utopia.
I
don’t
want
to
see
a
white
picket
fence
out
the
front
of
every
house.
I
don’t
want
to
see
women
have
their
right
to
vote
taken
away
or
be
forced
to
cover
their
faces
in
public

no
matter
how
much
feminists
scream
hysterically
about
what
will
become
of
them
should
masculinity
begin
to
re-assert
itself
publicly.

All
I
want,
and
I
suspect,
all
most
men
want,
is
the
right
to
be
left
alone.

The
book


Men
On
Strike

by
Dr.
Helen
Smith
talks
about
how
men
are
walking
away
from
society

dropping
out
of
college,
leaving
the
workforce,
and
avoiding
marriage

due
to
the
lack
of
incentives
to
contribute.
I
believe
it’s
more
than
that,
though.
We’ve
been
hounded
out
of
every
place
we
used
to
gather.
Young
guys
have
retreated
into
video
games
and
internet
porn,
and
even
there
it
can
be
hard
to
find
solace
now.

It
would
be
one
thing
if
this
departure
were
met
with
stony
silence,
yet
still
we
find
hordes
of
shrieking
harpies
chasing
men
down,
eager
to
continue
the
flogging.
For
example,
the
disgusting
“Don’t
Be
That
Guy”
campaign
in
Edmonton,
Canada,
which
portrays
all
men
as
being
somehow
prone
to
accidentally-on-purpose
slipping
their
penises
into
unconscious
women
is
exactly
the
kind
of
thing
I’m
talking
about.
Not
content
that
men
are
simply
refusing
to
take
on
the
risk
of
dating
and
marriage,
Canada’s
“Battered
Women
Support
Services”
has
to
poster
the
entire
town
of
Edmonton
to
remind
men
wherever
they
go
that
they
are,
in
fact,
to
be
considered
sexual
predators
in
waiting.

Women,
meanwhile,
are
aghast
that
their
continual
temper
tantrums
aren’t
having
the
desired
effect
of
motivating
men
to
stick
to
their
so-called
“responsibilities”.
Women
will
happily
moan
and
complain
about
men
and
their
habits,
and
a
media
geared
towards
female
consumers
feeds
their
preconceptions
voraciously.
Then,
they’ll
spend
a
good
portion
of
their
time
trying
to
figure
out
how
to
get
one
of
these
awful
creatures
to
go
on
a
date
with
them.

Yet
it
still
doesn’t
stop.
If
a
man
does
find
himself
in
a
relationship
with
a
woman
in
America,
he’ll
be
constantly
critiqued,
tested
and
(looking
at
the
divorce
rate)
ultimately
tossed
aside.
If
he
opts
not
to
engage
in
the
dating
scene,
he’ll
be
constantly
harangued
about
his
lack
of
ability
to
“commit”.
Possibly
because
he
can’t
“handle
a
strong
woman”.
Of
course.

If
the
nascent
Men’s
Human
Rights
Movement
sets
out
to
achieve
only
one
thing,
it
should
be
the
right
for
men,
and
indeed
everyone,
simply
to
be
left
alone.
We
desire
little
more
than
to
remain
unmolested
by
people
with
fancy-sounding
titles
and
lots
of
government
funding
(like
the
instigators
of
the
squalid
“Don’t
Be
That
Guy”
campaign)
or
by
other
people’s
notions
of
what
our
obligations
to
everyone
else
are.

The
absurdity
of
running
somebody
out
of
town
only
to
demand
they
stand
still
just
outside
the
town
border
so
you
can
continue
to
scream
at
them,
however,
makes
me
want
to
pick
up
a
bottle
of
scotch
and
look
for
an
explanation
at
the
bottom.

——————————————————————
“Of
all
tyrannies,
a
tyranny
exercised
for
the
good
of
its
victims
may
be
the
most
oppressive.
It
may
be
better
to
live
under
robber
barons
than
under
omnipotent
moral
busybodies.
The
robber
baron’s
cruelty
may
sometimes
sleep,
his
cupidity
may
at
some
point
be
satiated;
but
those
who
torment
us
for
our
own
good
will
torment
us
without
end,
for
they
do
so
with
the
approval
of
their
own
conscience.”

C.
S.
Lewis


Article
reprinted
from
NiceGuy’s
Site.
The
original
can
be
found

here
.

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