[–] PaulNeriAustralia 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

  1. Feminists. 2. To make men feel outcasts.

Mens' Clubs were once safe spaces until feminist-inspired discrimination legislation opened them up to the banshees. Seems it's acceptable for females to have safe spaces but not males.

[–] CapinBoredface 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Men’s Clubs still exist.

They just aren’t really out in the open anymore. Plenty of golf clubs with cigar rooms where women aren’t allowed.

I found a speakeasy in SC once that was men only. And no, it wasn’t a gay bar. It was just for veterans to go and drink.

[–] PaulNeriAustralia ago  (edited ago)

Seems you used the apostrophe correctly and I didn't. Keep it to yourself though.

[–] TheSeer ago 

Speech is violence.

Silence is also violence.

So it is natural that you would need a 'space' that is 'free from violence'.

[–] puggy ago 

Every single time.

the concept of the ‘safe space’ didn’t start with these movements, it started in a much more unlikely place – corporate America – largely thanks to the work of psychologist Kurt Lewin.

Like so many great psychologists of the early 20th Century, Lewin was a Jewish academic

[–] alacrity167 ago 

we know who and its to stop open discussion from happening because that's where learning happens. from someone who knows nothing, grain of salt.

[–] i_scream_trucks ago 

'safe spaces' or segregation? cos nature did the latter. niggers have only just worked out it suits us all.