> In How to Destroy A Man Now (DAMN), Dr. Angela Confidential (a business psychologist, consultant, and human resource professional) empowers women with a step-by-step guide for destroying a man’s reputation and removing him from power.
In easy to understand terms, the handbook reveals and explains the fundamental dynamics between allegations, the media, and authority as they relate to male misconduct in today’s society. It also unveils and details practical real-world methods for leveraging allegations, media, and authorities to dethrone a man from power.
Well, it's also currently listed on amazon.
Thankfully, copies are currently unavailable
Chris Hardwick. False Accuse Back. Chris Brown. False Accuse. Filing defamation. James Franco. False. back. aziz ansari. False. Ryan
Seacrest. False. Back at Oscars. YOU have the imagination. Its over. Too many liars.
Wake up child
How to Destroy A Man Now (DAMN): A Handbook Dr. Angela "Confidential" Psy.D. a business psychologist, consultant, and human resource professional) empowers women with a step-by-step guide for destroying a man’s reputation and removing him from power by filling false claims against him in methodical believable way, mostly false sexual harassment claims (PDF). Reading the last chapter made me think it's a book written to discredit feminism and/or to create doubt against real victims. After all, like for many similar anarchist cookbooks, most advices presented there are illegal. In USA where First Amendment to the United States Constitution guarantees free speech the degree to which incitement to crime and gender hatred is protected speech is determined by the imminent lawless action.
Αν ο άλλος είναι τύφλα μεθυσμένος ή του ρίξεις κάνα χαπάκι στο ποτό, δε θα αντισταθεί.
Επίσης μπορεί κατά τη διάρκεια της πράξης να σου πει ο άλλος να σταματήσεις, και εσύ να μην το κάνεις, αλλά εκείνος να μην προβάλλει άλλη αντίσταση.
(Όπου "ος" θεωρείστε "/η").
Τα δύο παραπάνω δεν καλύπτονται από το γράμμα του νόμου. Και πρέπει να καλυφθούν.
Τώρα το ότι μπορεί να γίνει κατάχρηση των νόμων, αυτό είναι δεδομένο. Όλοι αυτοί που κοροϊδεύουν και κατωψηφίζουν, δεν έχουν πλήρη εικόνα της πραγματικότητας. Να θυμίσω ότι υπάρχει αυτό το ωραίο βιβλίο που πωλείται νόμιμα στο Amazon. Αν τα φύλλα ήταν αντεστραμμένα, όχι μόνο δε θα πωλούταν στο Amazon, αλλά και ο συγγραφέας θα ήταν blacklisted από όλους τους εκδοτικούς οίκους.
This is getting rightfully blasted on Amazon:
Also interestingly I found a sort of response book called 'How to Destroy A (Wo)Man Now' by mad_cat. From the preview that you can read on Amazon it doesn't seem to be advocating doing anything illegal, but on how to deal with women like the author of 'DAMN'
How to Destroy A (Wo)Man Now (DAMN): A Handbook
Hey u/MichaelJordanAd, you wanna get nuclear mad again? https://www.amazon.com/How-Destroy-Man-Now-DAMN/dp/099982032X
> So citing false rape accusation stats from over 20 years ago is relevant to one on one workplace false sexual harassment claims?
You surely are asking because things have changed over years and people are now LESS likely to falsely accuse, right?
>Where was that in the document?
Why are you even asking? Isn't it an "old document" anyhow? For other crime it's about 1-2%. For rape, you should have figured from page 26.
>Because they are both related to sexual harassment in the workplace. Unlike the statistics you cited.
We are discussing likelihood of being falsely accused. Stats on false accusations make perfect sense in this context, actual sexual harassment figures is a total nonsense, the two are NOT RELATED AT ALL.
The "but what about real victims" is a childish defensive thinking, false accusations happen because:
1) someone has motivation to do it (promoting another person to occupy your position, revenge, but some times even astonishingly selfish reasons such as having more time to prepare for exam; fame - mattress "fuck me in the butt" girl )
2) they are easy to setup (she says-he says)
None of that has to do with actual rapes and sexual assaults (it bugs me, that both are conflated in the same group) victims.
>You realize you can also be sexually harassed by a man right?
You wanted to say "falsely accused of sexual harassment/assault by men", right? I don't live in US to begin with. Many of your harassment/assault stories look crazy from here (Aziz or James Franco's for instance).
I'm pretty sure we don't need to dig stats on construction workers or child care.
>I think it's a regressive path for society to go down.
Separating by gender in education system has shown to be beneficial to students.
As for professions, as long as gender gaps are not caused by discrimination (and stats show batshit crazy gaps across all professions), there is nothing wrong with it.
>I have no basis to know how many women you think act like this.
Let me turn my question into non-rhetorical: If you knew, one out of 10'000 M&M contains deadly poison, would you still consider it safe to eat?
And if you ask me, whether i'd be cautious to avoid false accusation if I'd work in US, hell yes. I'd buy this book to figure more details about it too.
Hey guys, PLEASE DON'T report this book. We should want this book to become popular with five star ratings.
This is the example of capitalism and freedom of speech (one - they hate and the other they want to curtail) in action as a result of their hyper emotional listen and believe (which they want) activism.
The book can be purchased on amazon . And the page is archived here.
>And I really don't want to get into estimating how many will actually do it, as it doesn't matter to me.
I mean, it should.
>Books on how to do it exist
There are books on everything. Let me know if it makes it on the NY Times best sellers list and I'll be worried.
>a "real world" (chuckle) example is here.
And how did that end for Deborah and Joyce? They lost their jobs and their reputations were tarnished. The guy got his job back with a pay raise and back pay. Yes, that sucked he had to go through that, but do you think justice want served in the end?
>I can't quite follow "what if only minority of those women, who think you have harassed them report you to HR", let me chicken out.
You're free to do that. I've got a pretty successful career and I don't go around worrying I'll lose my job because of sexual harassment.
>I found it funny, for some reason, apologies if it sounds offensive, I didn't mean it.
Apology accepted. Its just hard to take someone seriously when they talk like that.
>How about you provide a quote or something.
>It's too long and I'm afraid of mishearing a word or two.
Then please understand that I reject your argument since you don't want to support your point.a
>If you seriously are still not sure he means heels/makeup could also be considered offensive in the follow up video, I'll dig 'em up.
I think he's just wrong about it all. The science behind what he is saying especially.