I don't need a man, BUT.
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STORY AUTHOR: Odinga Mubutu
I don't need a man, BUT.
Pressvue | By Odinga Mubutu
Published on: 2017-04-13 at 03:54:04

Category: Relationship
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I don't need a man, but if I get pregnant, I demand that the government make sure that the man I had sex with supports the child that he has no legal rights to.

I don't need a man, but if I a divorce one, I demand that the government give me a portion of his salary for the rest of his life.

I don't need a man, but if my ex husband or ex lover can't supply enough money for my children and I, then I demand that the tax payers support us.

I don't need a man, but I demand that standards be lowered and incentives be provided so that I can compete with men in any field I like.

I don't need a man, but I demand that I have free childcare and healthcare for my children.

I don't need a man, but I demand to get paid just as much as a man, even if I am an objectively worse employee.

I don't need a man, but I demand maternity leave from my employer.

I don't need a man, but I demand that anywhere I go be a ''safe space'' where my delicate sensibilities wont be offended by hearing something that I don't like.

(These delicate sensibilities of mine must be protected by any means necessary – social pressure, university speech codes, hate speech laws, or even the threat of violence from manginas.)

I don't need a man, but I demand the protection of men in the military, law enforcement, fire department, and of civilian men in general. And I demand that I gain entry into any of the previously mentioned occupations with much lower physical standards.

I don't need a man, but I demand that any accusation I make against men be accepted unconditionally by the authorities.

I don't need a man, but I demand entry into all male-only spaces and further demand that the men there must change to accommodate me and my desires.

I don't need a man, but I demand medical research and popular concern be focused on my problems despite men dying sooner than women do.

I don't need a man, but I demand free birth control, and I will call it a ''war on women'' if someone objects to having to pay for my reproductive choices.

I don't need a man, I just demand that men be forced to provide all of the services that they traditionally have in the past, but this time free of charge and with society's contempt instead of accolades.