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Men’s Rights Activist: Allowing Women and Their Vaginas in the Workplace Has Ruined America

Paul Elam, the founder of A Voice for Men, appeared on “ManStream Media” to explain that allowing women in the workplace has prevented society from being “excellent” again.

“There’s just a different way that men do things with each other,” Elam said. “And it results in excellence. In civilization. In the aqueducts being built. To people landing on the moon and cures being found to disease.”

Elam explained that when “a newbie comes in and accidentally pulls the trigger on the nail gun and plants one in his leg, they’re not going to rush around him crying. They’ll say, “That’ll teach his ass. When he comes back to the job, he won’t do that again.’ But they will get him medical care.”

“I’m sorry ladies,” Elam continued. “But if we want society to advance, we need to leave men alone to do their work – to do their thing and be with each other to get things done. Because that’s how it works.”

Therapist Tom Golden added, “We’ve eliminated that from this country and we’re paying the price for it. We are no longer excellent, and I think that can be attributed to the lack of male space.”

“The workplace, for instance, it’s incredible how men in the workplace used to just get on each other — they’d harass each other, basically,” Golden said. “But women came into the workplace, and they said, ‘Wait, you can’t do what you’ve done for years! You’ve got to be nice at work!’”

“‘Hi!’” Elam chimed in, pretending to be a woman, “‘I have a vagina and a whole new set of rules! Never mind what’s worked for thousands of years, because I’m female and I know how to make 9,000 people work together to build a bridge across two miles of river!’”

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