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Gender Bias on Men

Read this and cry for Canadian fathers. Think of what a typical Ethiopian father would say when he hears this gender discrimination on men.Gud saisema meskerem aitebam?

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  1. alem
    November 14, 2006 at 2:03 am

    It’s not only Canada I think in the West, both the rights of men and women are taken to the extreme, blown out of proportion. You find women using their rights to hurt their husbands, children terrorizing their parents, the list goe on …
    There was a time when the Kenyan newspapers were printing pages after pages of news about battered husbands. It was like an entertainment news for readers It was never taken seriously and rightfully so. I mean, at a land of where women are being abused every minute of the day and night that sounded like (chuheten kemugn aynet) At the end of the day the advice given from the elders were like…. “Never marry a wife with bigger feet than your own” 🙂 I think our Fathers will say ” Yihci bakela kaderech…”…

  2. November 18, 2006 at 11:12 pm

    Your short rant with no facts posted…. seems to be the same old national socialist nonsense that willfully ignorant misinformed people used to bash fathers and even boys with…. who are denied justice around the world, because you seemed to fail to understand the issues put forth, or even grasp what the global elite put forth to deny those freedoms, liberty’s and even justice issues……hint…it about breaking up the family unit

    Care to explain why you think it’s nonsense…

    It’s bad enough that radical extremist feminazi’s in the west write reports and studies based on slander, doctored information or ignoring the facts so they can get government funding in the millions of tax payers money to make out all men are evil…… All you shown is that you use disinformation
    maybe you’ll learn something useful for once in your life if you bothered to do your research bubba…

    Here an example for you to start with below….can you handle it, or am I expecting too much out of you on this issue…Do your homework next time…


  3. Juru Alem
    November 19, 2006 at 12:22 am

    It’s naive asking typical Ethiopian father opinion on this issue. I’m pretty sure that Ethiopians who live in Ethiopia and abroad they see this issue in different level. We ethipopians handle family matters/issues in a very unique way, so culture matters. In the west, when it comes to parents right with children, it’s very true there’s a gender bias on men. The system is not set to help fathers. The law is not serving men at all, it’s very one sided.

  4. Mena
    November 24, 2006 at 5:41 am

    Ours is a very traditional society. In most households, being male is a preferred status. A boy will grow up securing unwavering affection from his mother and pride from his father. That is not always the case for girls. It is in the boys that the family put hopes to bring them to a better life. It is a boy who is expected to bestow upon them a grandson, but also provide them with a laundary in thier kitchen.This isn’t going to change anytime soon.Because we Ethiopians don’t try to understand matter.The universe is not there to be questioned or rationalized -it exists simply to live and act within.A man and a boy discriminated is not something to be desired but it will always be a ferenj afffair, not to be seen here till the Second Coming of Christ.

  5. aqia
    December 7, 2006 at 2:36 pm

    There are domestic violence on men evrywhere in the world.But they go unrecognized for some reasons:It has taken years of advocacy to encourage woment to report abuse.virtually nothing has been done to encourege men to report abuse.Even when men do report domestic abuse and violence, most people are so astonished, men usually end up feeling like nobody would believe them.

  6. freek
    December 7, 2006 at 3:02 pm

    Men are endangers specious.Let us pray to God so that he would save them.

  7. freek
    December 7, 2006 at 3:03 pm

    Men are endangered specious.Let us pray to God so that he would save them.

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