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Male disposability

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Male disposability is the notion that men and boys should surrender their life for the greater good of the community and in particular to facilitate the survival of women and girls. The MRM rejects male disposability in the modern world. A world in which males are not disposable may look very different to the world of today.

Male disposability has a basis in evolutionary theory. When the females of a species invest significantly more energy in to gestation than males, as is the case for humans, then the size of the next generation is largely constrained by the number of fertile females. As a result of this a species can generally tolerate the loss of males more easily than the loss of females. The loss of females will constrain the size of the next generation, the loss of males will constrain genetic diversity.

Male disposability does not imply that societies will wantonly throw away men without a care. Male disposability does imply that given the choice between losing a male or losing a female societies will generally prefer to lose males. The loss of both is damaging but the loss of the female was more damaging, at least until recently.

We humans are now a special case. The earth carries more than seven billion people today and could be carrying 10 or 11 billion within a few decades. We no longer need the ability to rapidly recover numbers, thus any presumed bias towards male disposability that existed in the past no longer needs to apply. We've won the survival race.

Male disposability is an artifact of the past and that's where it should stay.

Male disposability manifests in society in many ways. Examples include:

  • Men being drafted against their will to fight and die in wars.
  • Men being expected to risk their own life and safety to protect women, even women they don't know.
  • Tolerance for male genital mutilation[w4m] even in societies where female genital mutilation[w4m] is rejected.[1]

Male disposability is society's treatment of men as a waste product in dating, marriage, doctor's offices, female-on-male domestic abuse, government policy on war, job choice, workplace safety, pay, child custody, and effective suicide prevention. Treating men as a utility, as a source of provision for women and society at large to such a degree that it causes massive harm to men.[2]

Male disposability or male expendability is the sexist idea that male lives are inherently worth less than female lives and that their lives can be disposed of when society requires it or would benefit from it. All human societies display a variable degree of male disposability. Because the death or the suffering of men isn't necessarily a subject of concern as men's only raison d'être is to be useful to others, societies tend to attribute comparatively far more importance to women's needs and well-being consequently generating a phenomenon of gynocentrism.

Induced by male disposability, the male status system conditionally attributes human worth to individual men.

In literature

Steinbeck's[wp] Of Mice and Men[wp] and The Metamorphosis[wp] by Kafka[wp] are tales of male disposability. Most war novels are other examples.

See also


  1. Wiki4Men: Male disposability
  2. The Incel Wiki: Male disposability
  3. PromaleWiki: Male Disposability

See also

External links

  • Defining, Demonstrating, and Understanding Male, Because it's 2015 on September 30, 2016
    Male disposability is our society's tendency to have less concern for the safety and well-being of men than of women. The concept is central to many men’s advocates' critiques of society similarly to how women’s traditional lack of access to power (and their current lower levels of direct participation in it) is central to most feminist critiques of society.

This article based on an article Male disposability (April 30, 2020) from the free Encyklopedia Wiki4Men. The Wiki4Men article is published under Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0). In Wiki4Men is a List of Authors available those who worked on the text before being incorporated in WikiMANNia.
This article based on an article Male Disposability (26 September 2020) from the free Encyklopedia PromaleWiki. The PromaleWiki article is published under an unknown license. In PromaleWiki is a List of Authors available those who worked on the text before being incorporated in WikiMANNia.