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    Another Day in Clownworld- Spain Proposes Leave for Periods

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/world-ne...nstrual-leave/

    Even Spain's biggest labor unions are saying it's a bad idea that's likely to stigmatize women in the workforce, haha! No idea is too dumb in #Clownworld.

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    Re: Another Day in Clownworld- Spain Proposes Leave for Periods

    Currently, only some Asian countries including Japan, South Korea and Indonesia, as well as Zambia, grant menstrual leave.
    I predict more countries to entertain the idea in the coming years. Period-shaming is probably the propagandized tactic to roll this in and make it widely acceptable just as they've done with obesity, public/work breastfeeding, pregnancy leave extension, "pay gap," and other female-centric issues that this matriarchal system has successfully gotten its feminized and emasculated men to capitulate under. So I don't expect it to be a stigma for long. Clown world indeed. Welcome to mommy.
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    Re: Another Day in Clownworld- Spain Proposes Leave for Periods

    Ignorant question. But I am genuinely curious.

    What is special about new mothers pumping breastmilk for newborns that the workplace requires a separate room? Is there a biological reason it needs to be done mid-day and/or at time intervals (to recharge the udders)?

    Can it not be done at home after work? Or is it just a convenience factor that it would be good to do it at work? Or maybe all that pressure buildup needs to be released at time intervals?

    I am not hating on lactation rooms. If I ask this anywhere else, I get labelled a woman hating pig (but the question is legit).

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    Re: Another Day in Clownworld- Spain Proposes Leave for Periods

    Gee, how can I identify as a menstruating person?
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    Re: Another Day in Clownworld- Spain Proposes Leave for Periods

    Quote Originally Posted by Toolband89 View Post
    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/world-ne...nstrual-leave/ Even Spain's biggest labor unions are saying it's a bad idea that's likely to stigmatize women in the workforce, haha! No idea is too dumb in #Clownworld.
    Well, they're right. Women are unreliable employees because periods. Problem is, woen want it both ways: special consideration, and a denial that any special consideration is necessary b/c women are strong and independent and every bit as good as everything as a man, if not more so.

    I suggest: turn off the aircon. Women will clear out and never return.

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    Re: Another Day in Clownworld- Spain Proposes Leave for Periods

    Quote Originally Posted by opensource View Post
    Ignorant question. But I am genuinely curious.

    What is special about new mothers pumping breastmilk for newborns that the workplace requires a separate room? Is there a biological reason it needs to be done mid-day and/or at time intervals (to recharge the udders)?

    Can it not be done at home after work? Or is it just a convenience factor that it would be good to do it at work? Or maybe all that pressure buildup needs to be released at time intervals?

    I am not hating on lactation rooms. If I ask this anywhere else, I get labelled a woman hating pig (but the question is legit).
    My ex did the breast feeding routine. Your last inference is correct. If they don’t pump them, they’ll start to get very uncomfortable and eventually start leaking all over the place. Also, regular feeding / pumping stimulates production. If they don’t pump them, they start producing less. Lastly, not emptying them on a schedule can cause blocked ducts, which are painful and hard to clear.

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    Re: Another Day in Clownworld- Spain Proposes Leave for Periods

    Incidentally, I think that the latest shortage in the news, baby formula, is an easy fix. Women have tits for a reason (well, 2 reasons actually), but the one intended by nature is the answer to the shortage of formula. They need to pop those titties out and use them as intended. Problem solved. Not one single time have I heard this obvious and simple solution in the fake news.

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    Re: Another Day in Clownworld- Spain Proposes Leave for Periods

    This will be difficult to do in America. Employers will have one helluva tightrope act to walk. On the one hand, they have to avoid being obtrusive into the female employee's situation. But on the other hand, they also have to apply this policy in a way that's nondiscriminatory.

    There are women who have had a hysterectomy, for example, and you're hard-pressed to say that giving menstruating women an extra day off when post-hysterectomy or post-menopausal woman get no such benefit isn't discriminatory. Then there are complications relating to men, trans women, etc.

    Bottom line, American HR departments will have their work cut out for them if they want to create period leave. I hope they do it. Then I hope they get the shit sued out of them.
    Last edited by OwenWentFullMGTOW; May 13, 2022 at 1:47 PM.

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    Re: Another Day in Clownworld- Spain Proposes Leave for Periods

    With some so-called "men" demanding feminine hygiene products in men's rest rooms, it won't be long before those so-called "men" start lobbying for time off, too. Another creative way for lazy people to get out of work and have other taxpayers support them.

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    In the past, I was pretty naive about such things, which led me to being exploited by women. MGTOW changed all that, which is why MGTOW is now so heavily banned and censored. Women and The Department of Vaginal Wellness, Progress & Proxy Violence like their men obedient, weak, obsequious, powerless, ignorant, less educated, easily exploitable and fully disposable in divorce, wartime and other similar horrors.

    I'm so glad I don't voluntarily contribute anything to the corrupt system or its corrupt recipients. I'm so glad I won't die a fool. I'm so glad I was able to discover MGTOW before they hid it from mainstream view.

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    Re: Another Day in Clownworld- Spain Proposes Leave for Periods

    For decades they have been screaming that their periods don't affect them and yet they want time off for it.

    Amazing.

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    Re: Another Day in Clownworld- Spain Proposes Leave for Periods

    Quote Originally Posted by Kryptic View Post
    For decades they have been screaming that their periods don't affect them and yet they want time off for it.

    Amazing.
    Yep. For years, the mantra was "I can do everything you can do while I'm bleeding". Well... I mean, apparently that's not true after all.

    It also raises questions about the wage gap. "Equal pay for equal work!" Well, little missy, you're not doing equal work, now are you?

    Honestly, the number of accommodations that have had to be made to allow women into the workplace is pretty insane. I invite all of you to go back and watch TV, film and PSA's from the Fifties that include scenes set in offices. Take note of how few women work there. In fact, take note of how few people overall work there. Most offices employed less than thirty people back then. Sometimes a lot less than thirty people. But somehow, all the work got done anyway.

    Plus, there was no need for HR departments. Little or no need for staff attorneys. Basically, a predominantly male workforce showed up, did their jobs, collected their paychecks and then fucked off back home for dinner.

    I'm not trying to idealize the Fifties. Rather, I'm trying to idealize workplaces +90% made up of men.

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    Re: Another Day in Clownworld- Spain Proposes Leave for Periods

    Gluttony has it's reward, watch them take their bloody time off going to the beach and swimming in shark infested waters, getting paid to be a floating a chum dispenser.
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    Re: Another Day in Clownworld- Spain Proposes Leave for Periods

    Quote Originally Posted by OwenWentFullMGTOW View Post
    Plus, there was no need for HR departments.
    Off topic I know, but this term “H.R.” pisses me off no end.

    What happened to the “Personnel Department.”? At least the term had a sense of humanity about it. Can’t be having that now can we?

    Human Resources? Where’s the humanity in the term?

    We’re all just things, things to be used and cast aside.

    Could it be that women had a say in this terminology?

    After all that’s all we men are to them, something to be used and cast aside. But there’s more. They also hold this view about other women.

    Their self-absorbance is so complete that everyone around them is viewed as a “resource”.

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    Re: Another Day in Clownworld- Spain Proposes Leave for Periods

    Quote Originally Posted by Jackoff View Post
    Off topic I know, but this term “H.R.” pisses me off no end.

    What happened to the “Personnel Department.”? At least the term had a sense of humanity about it. Can’t be having that now can we?

    Human Resources? Where’s the humanity in the term?

    We’re all just things, things to be used and cast aside.

    Could it be that women had a say in this terminology?

    After all that’s all we men are to them, something to be used and cast aside. But there’s more. They also hold this view about other women.

    Their self-absorbance is so complete that everyone around them is viewed as a “resource”.
    Yeah, that name change came about decades ago. There were some studies done and they found that people valued their titles nearly as much as their salaries. It was a potential way for companies to save money. Same thing with the change from "Janitor" to "Facilities Engineer"; same mop and yellow plastic bucket and subsistence wage, except now with bragging rights. I know a guy who's a manager at a grocery store (part of a chain). He said he's making $2K more per year than he was when he was an ordinary floor grunt (big whoop), and he's got a Manager title, but now he's got ulcers and migraines. He says it wasn't worth it.

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    Re: Another Day in Clownworld- Spain Proposes Leave for Periods

    Well it'll keep the quota hires out of the office being useless, so that's good.

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    Re: Another Day in Clownworld- Spain Proposes Leave for Periods

    Quote Originally Posted by OwenWentFullMGTOW View Post
    Yep. For years, the mantra was "I can do everything you can do while I'm bleeding". Well... I mean, apparently that's not true after all.

    It also raises questions about the wage gap. "Equal pay for equal work!" Well, little missy, you're not doing equal work, now are you?

    Honestly, the number of accommodations that have had to be made to allow women into the workplace is pretty insane. I invite all of you to go back and watch TV, film and PSA's from the Fifties that include scenes set in offices. Take note of how few women work there. In fact, take note of how few people overall work there. Most offices employed less than thirty people back then. Sometimes a lot less than thirty people. But somehow, all the work got done anyway.

    Plus, there was no need for HR departments. Little or no need for staff attorneys. Basically, a predominantly male workforce showed up, did their jobs, collected their paychecks and then fucked off back home for dinner.

    I'm not trying to idealize the Fifties. Rather, I'm trying to idealize workplaces +90% made up of men.
    I spent ages trying to work out the age gap bullshit. Everyone in Australia who does the same type of job gets paid the same money. Finally the Feminists started getting bolder in their claims. What they are really saying is men earn more money over the course of their working lives than women do.

    And why is that? Women take time off to have kids, to study, to go on holidays etc etc So yes in that respect men earn more because men work more. Duh! What women want is to end up with the same about of money for not doing equal amounts of work. Now they are pushing for this period leave. And who is going to have to pick up the slack? Men. And those men will have to do more work without extra pay or pick up over time shifts and thus end up earning more money again!

    So the circus continues!

    It will never be enough for them.


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