Women’s Group Says “All Men Must Pay Alimony, to all women, because all men owe all women for keeping them from getting jobs”

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Women’s Group Says “All Men Must Pay Alimony, to all women, because all men owe all women for keeping them from getting jobs”

A women’s movement group believes that it is men’s faults that women can’t get good jobs and that even if they do, they are held back from getting paid as much as men.

They state that ALL men, not just divorced men, owe women reparations money because men have caused this situation to exit.

They feel that each man should be assigned a woman to pay for, starting at age 18. They say that no relationship requirements should exist and that the women should be free to live with whoever they want. The only obligation, that each man-sponsor would have, is to pay for their assigned woman.

These women feel that women in America are just like American Black people. They argue that Black people were stolen from their homes and raped, forced to do hard labor and abused by white men and that the situation is exactly the same for women. This group also advocates for Black reparations, as well.

Pointing to statistics that “most women have been raped if they are attractive or sexy”, they state that men owe them for the abuse and objectification they have subjected women to.

Dorothy, From the Alliance For Modern Women, says that “the time has come for true balance in Western Society…We are inspired by the Black revolutions taking place around America. Women must accept the fact that men will always treat them as commodities and now we must charge accordingly.”

Charles Montgomery, of Atherton, California; claimed to be confused by the proposal. He felt that we already have a fully transactional structure for American male/female participation. “Women have the babies, make the food, provide a little nookie and we men do all the hard work and deliver huge amounts of money. The system, now, is totally fair. There is no need for all of this new-fangled ruckus…” Men, standing nearby, said that they agreed with Mr. Montgomery whole heartedly.

Will this new option, proposed by this feminist group, finally resolve the disconnect between men’s and women’s economics? Only time will tell.

 

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