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AMARE denounces woman’s forthcoming MRT antics, man’s inaction

AMARE denounces woman’s forthcoming MRT antics, man’s inaction

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The guy is a wuss.

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Local advocacy group AMARE (Association of Men for Action and Reaction) has denounced the antics of a woman on the MRT who was caught on camera being too forthcoming with the man sitting beside her.

The woman, in the three-minute long video, repeatedly groped and tried to kiss the man, who she most likely did not know personally.

Akshun Bayday, president of the men’s rights group, said: “This is an example of how the law treats women more favourably. If a man were to come on so strongly to a woman he did not know in a public space, the man would have been arrested and charged with molest.”

“This is proof that women are getting a free pass.”

However, the men’s rights group did not stop at denouncing the antics of the woman.

They have also denounced the antics of the man who was being harassed.

Bayday said: “This man obviously is asking for it. He could have just stood up and walked away and not subject himself to the unwanted advances of the woman.”

“But he just sat there and took it. He deserves it.”

 

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AMARE: Unfair for shopping centres to be female-centric

AMARE: Unfair for shopping centres to be female-centric

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Men’s association demands all malls to cater equally to men and women.

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Local men’s rights group AMARE (Association of Men for Action and Reaction) has written to all shopping centres in Singapore demanding that they foster gender equality.

This after the men’s rights group did a survey of all shopping centres in Singapore and found that all of them are made up of shops that provide goods and services that predominantly cater to women.

Akshun Bayday, president of the men’s rights group, said: “About 95 percent of each mall caters to the needs of women, leaving a paltry 5 percent leftover shops that offer goods and services catering to men.”

“If there is to be gender equality in the world and the universe, it is imperative that half of all the shops in malls sell goods and services for men and the other half can cater to women’s whims and fancies.”

AMARE also reasoned that proportioning shops so that they cater equally to men and women will not have any impact on businesses at all.

Bayday explained: “Women are known to buy things indiscriminately. So even if the shop sells men’s goods or services, women will still be tempted to buy and they will buy, regardless.”

“That’s the beauty of shopping to women.”

 

Read also:
AMARE petitions to stop violence against men’s wallets

AMARE: ‘Not giving benefits to NSmen same as closing down shopping centres to women’

AMARE: ‘Not giving benefits to NSmen same as closing down shopping centres to women’

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It is against human rights.

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Local men’s rights group AMARE (Association of Men for Action and Reaction) has hit back against self-declared women’s rights association, AWARE.

This after AWARE said this past week that NSmen should not be given enhanced housing, healthcare and education benefits just because they have served National Service and many years of reservist training.

This stirred anger online because this is tantamount to denying men payback for two years of sacrifice.

Akshun Bayday, president of the men’s rights group, has since joined the discussion and said there is a need to explain things in a context women understand: “For women, we need to explain it this way: Stopping benefits for NSmen is akin to closing down shopping centres for women. How would women feel if they didn’t have the basic right of going to shopping centres because there weren’t any?”

The men’s rights leader also said there is no use pushing AWARE to advocate women taking up National Service if they really wanted equality.

Bayday said: “Think about it this way: If Singaporean men did not do National Service to protect the country in the first place, will there be so many shopping centres for women to go to?”

Amare informs Aware about lesbian Chanel ad in Straits Times

Amare informs Aware about lesbian Chanel ad in Straits Times

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Men’s advocacy group asks feminist women if this sort of display is okay.

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In a bid to reach out to the left-wing, wishy-washy, liberal crowd, The Straits Times has published a full-page Chanel ad focused on lesbianism.

However, this has caught the attention of Amare (Association of Men for Action and Reaction), as they are unsure if this picture perpetrates violence against women or condones love between women.

And to bring attention to this underhanded, cheap but yet, sexually-arousing image, local men’s advocacy group, Amare has informed feminist organisation Aware about this lesbian chanel ad because they believe it will be of interest to them.

And hopefully get some clarification.

Akshun Bayday, president of the men’s rights group, said: “Is this love or is this violence? Is this progressive? Or is this a step back for women?”

“We would like to seek some clarification from Aware Singapore because they seem to have an opinion about everything.”

AMARE launches official complaint against SMRT’s violent ad against men

AMARE launches official complaint against SMRT’s violent ad against men

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Men’s advocacy group says SMRT ad clearly shows a tacit approval of female-perpetrated violence.

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Photo stolen from here

Local advocacy group AMARE (Association of Men for Action and Reaction) is launching a formal complaint against SMRT.

This after the public transport operator has been showcasing a subway advertisement for many years that clearly shows an act of violence against men.

The woman in the ad, who has a shoe fetish, is seen beaming with glee at her shoes like Imelda Marcos, while the man behind her is subjugated and suffering in silence.

Akshun Bayday, president of the men’s rights group, said: “It took us men a long time to speak up against this kind of violence because we have over the years been silenced into fear.”

“A lot of this kind of messaging saying violence against men is alright has been normalised to the extent we don’t think twice about it. But not anymore.”

As compensation, AMARE said it does not require monetary payback.

All SMRT needs to do is to put up an ad showcasing a man lying on the couch, channel-surfing while growing fat and not acknowledging calls for him to get up, as a way to undo the damage.

 

 

 

 

AMARE petitions to stop violence against men’s wallets

AMARE petitions to stop violence against men’s wallets

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Men’s advocacy group wants Orchard Road to close down as women will buy a lot of things with Christmas nearing.

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Photo stolen from here

Local advocacy group AMARE (Association of Men for Action and Reaction) is circulating a petition to put an end to violence against men’s wallets.

This after many shopping centres in the Orchard Road strip have put up Christmas decorations in the middle of November, signalling it is wallet-raping time.

President of men’s rights group, AMARE (Association of Men for Action and Reaction), Akshun Bayday, said: “Women usually take Christmas as an excuse to buy a lot of things they don’t need, which puts unnecessary burden on men’s wallets.”

“This tradition needs to stop.”

However, men are not hopeful things will change for the better so soon.

Da Nan Ren, a local, said: “I have so many expectations to meet as a man. Work hard, climb the corporate ladder, put food on the table, start a family, go to the gym, know how to drive, be good with tools, and the list goes on.”

“And come Christmas, I still have to pay for things I don’t need.”