Gender Discrimination Against Men in Courts

Men face gender discrimination in American courts. A recent study by Sonja Starr of the University of Michigan found that men are given much longer sentences than women convicted of the same crimes in federal court. The study concluded males receive sentences that average 63 percent higher than their female counterparts. There is also bias against men from prosecutors and police departments. Males arrested for a crime are more likely to face charges and convictions than females. Additionally, they are twice as likely to be incarcerated if convicted. The study concluded a significant disparity favoring women exists at all stages of the judicial process.

The study indicates both prosecutors and judges practice gender discrimination. Prosecutors use an array of excuses inorder to avoid holding adult women accountable for their actions. Some common excuses used are: she has mental health problems, has a drug addiction, is a mom, she accepts responsibility, she was under the influence of her boyfriend and she is sorry. Prosecutors do not use these alibis for male defendants. Judges practice gender bias by allowing family circumstances to temper female sentencing. This leniency does not extend to males. Additionally, judges sometimes issue no sentence at all simply because the convicted criminal is a women.

The idea adult women should be put up on a pedestal and their criminal activity blamed on men reigns supreme throughout the American judicial system. Grown, adult women simply are not held accountable for their actions by American courts.

An example is the Brenda Ray case. Despite having sex with a 16 year old boy, giving him alcohol and possibly even drugs Brenda Ray was not sentenced to jail. Additionally she was not even required to register as a sex offender. The prosecutor was not interested in the fact a minor received alcohol and possibly drugs. The judge had no interest in the case. No one cared. If an adult man did this the outcome would be very different.

Feminist continuously advocate for a two tiered judicial system - one for men and a separate one for women. A feminist group named "The National Association of Women Judges" wrote a document titled Sentencing Women Offenders: A Training Curriculum for Judges. The document claims that "levying the same sentence on a female offender as on a male offender does not in reality impose far greater deprivations on the woman because of her gender." It also states "In many cases, that lack of information {about women criminals} leads to oversanctioning." The paper's conclusion is that female criminals should be handled differently than male criminals - thereby advocating gender discrimination. The National Association of Women Judges still endorses this document.

In the 21st century, treating male criminals differently than female criminals is obsolete. Additionally, if the legal process insist grown, adult women are easily influenced by men and therefore not responsible for their own criminal actions then shouldn't women be forbidden from holding political office? Couldn't she easily be influenced by a foreign enemy? Isn't that dangerous for the country?

The time has come to end American judicial double standard and hold ALL adults equally accountable for their actions.

November 28, 2012

Highland Middle School Harassing Boys Education

Highland Middle School of Indiana recently suspended 3 boys because they saw either a nude or racy photo of their female teacher.

The teacher in question had given the 13 year old students access to a school-owned IPad, which had been assigned to her, for the purpose of working with several applications. The students went to an unauthorized application called IPhotos. This application contained a photo of the teacher.

A parent of one of the students claimed the teacher was topless in the picture. Highland school claims the photo was not topless and there was no nudity nor pornography. The local Police Department, which investigated the incident said the photo was of a partially covered woman.   The students were given the choice of being suspended or expelled. They choose suspension.

Why were these boys suspended? They did not steel equipment. It was given to them. They pushed some buttons and out popped a racy photo of the teacher. Its not their fault. They didn't take the picture.

Obviously, the female teacher made a mistake and somehow allowed her private photos to be linked to school equipment. Highland Middle School refused to say what disciplinary actions would be taken against this teacher (meaning nothing would happen to her). So, if this institution is so willing to assume that an ADULT woman made a technical mistake WHY WONT IT ASSUME 13 YEAR OLD BOYS MADE A TECHNICAL MISTAKE?? Why are minors held to a higher degree of accountability than an adult woman?

The decision to suspend boys is in line with harassment policies promoted by the American Association of University Women (AAUW) and The National Women's Law Center (NWLC). These two feminist groups are largely responsible for creating prevailing student conduct codes. Many of the Department of Education's student behavior guidelines are based entirely on sexual harassment definitions and behavior codes issued by the AAUW. Any learning institution not following the guidelines is sued by the NWLC. This is why male students can easily be expelled from colleges on false rape charges.

Feminist intent is to hinder boys education as much as legally possible. Allowing schools to easily suspend or expel boys achieves this goal. (Note: According to a study released by the National Bureau of Economic Research in 2011, boys are suspended at more than twice the rate of their female peers).

Imagine if the roles were reversed and a group of 13 year old girls called up a racy photo of their male teacher. Think the girls would be suspended?? NOT LIKELY.

What these Highland School boys need to learn from this incident is that they were victims of feminism. Additionally it will fall on the shoulders of their generation to overturn the entire rotten and corrupt feminist social order in America.

November 1, 2012