July 06, 2019

Me Too'd on Richmond Street? Risking others' jobs for Twitter cred

David MenziesMission Specialist

On the afternoon of July 2nd, Amanda Galbraith was walking along Richmond Street. Her day was brutally interrupted and she took to Twitter to upload a photo of the construction site which the offending men were on.

Amanda is also the former spokesthingy for John Tory so you'd think a communications specialist would answer our email checking in on her.

While Amanda isn't communicating, the construction company responsible for the site sure are.

PCL Construction has already tweeted this:

“Hi Amanda, thank you for bringing this to our attention. We take these comments seriously and do not condone this type of behaviour. We are looking into this matter further.”

We need to appease the survivor, after all. Besides, who’s got time for due process? Not these days. Not when a communications professional like Amanda Galbraith is... looked at.

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commented 2019-07-08 22:52:32 -0400
MGTOW.. Search “Meet The Women Of The Men’s Rights Movement”. Listen to Karen Straughan. It’s not that we hate Women. We just no longer tolerate their BS…
commented 2019-07-08 19:54:06 -0400
Did she go to the hospital for a rape kit? After all, the men were stripping her and having their way with her in their mind’s eye.

What if the men were only admiring her good or bad taste in clothes? Surely she should not jump to conclusions that they were leering at her. Could it possibly be her delusion that all men have desires for her? And what was she doing watching them at work? Big, sweaty men in tight T-shirts, flexing their muscles as they lift that plank or hammer that nail. Maybe she was just upset that she couldn’t get her hands on the cookie jar?

At least they weren’t offering her the currency of the land as trade for services, or for her to offer them money for servicing. No wolf whistling? What has become of construction workers? Then again, it is Toronto and Tory keeps getting elected.
commented 2019-07-08 15:36:41 -0400
Glen Craig, RON, I know you meant well in posting that .
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Glen , I was only commenting on Menzies story where Amanda thinks she was abused by some men looking at her. I showed real abuse, so women like Amanda would shut-up.
I never got into the under-reported subject of men being abused by women in so many ways, even though I realize that numerous books could be written about it.
commented 2019-07-08 13:00:34 -0400
Good one, David/Menzoid… Hey Amanda, stop showing us your Titties/Cleavage in public.. Then, we just might take you seriously..
commented 2019-07-08 09:36:45 -0400
Liberals try to make the natural seem unnatural. When in fact they promote the unnatural for their own sick and twisted purpose of destroying anything male and female, with the ultimate goal of destroying the family unit.
commented 2019-07-08 08:13:58 -0400
And they didn’t even whistle ? This bird is looking for attention and doesn’t care how she gets it . If she is telling the truth and " didn’t make eye contact " then she is lying , how would she know they were looking at her ? Yes indeed , that is exactly what the burka is for .
commented 2019-07-08 02:14:20 -0400
Don’t flatter yourself Amanda.
commented 2019-07-08 02:13:47 -0400
Peter and Liza nice responses to Henry and his sexism of lowered expectations.
commented 2019-07-07 20:57:58 -0400
RON JOSEPH commented 1 day ago
Glen Craig said, " This whole topic is absurd. "
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I agree Glen that there are so many important woman’s abuse issues to try and settle. Two months ago a man was mad at his wife and hung her upside down and whipped her in front of the kids. I forget what Religion he was.
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RON, I know you meant well in posting that ..but please don’t get me going on domestic violence being a “women’s issue”…let me remind you that I am MGTOW…we have case histories recorded in the wisdom of mancoat about what women have done to their spouses that completely belie THAT victim trip…and the difference being that the law protects them..or rapidly forgives them..for doing so in a way that is disproportional beyond ANY notion of gender equality.
commented 2019-07-07 09:47:41 -0400
What a sanctimonious runt.
commented 2019-07-07 09:12:13 -0400
The biggest problem is the construction company, PCL, bowing to this SJW.
commented 2019-07-07 00:21:45 -0400
Nobody has the right to not being offended. Yet SJWs have no problem taking people’s livelihoods and destroying people’s lives.
commented 2019-07-06 20:32:31 -0400
Well Amanda, if these construction workers, who appear to be just hanging around waiting from something (or someone), were looking at you the same way they are looking at this guy in the picture, then they are just ‘people watching’ or else they are bi-sexual, which if is the case, then you are a racist and discriminate against LGBTQs. Don’t give yourself so much credit Amanda.

Then again, maybe it was just 42 degrees C at their worksite and they were taking a well needed break. Meanwhile, you raced to your air conditioned office to tweet your twit?

Great line David about her not making eye contact and the BURKA!!!
Can you get one with Raptors written on it?
commented 2019-07-06 20:19:35 -0400
Glen Craig said, " This whole topic is absurd. "
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I agree Glen that there are so many important woman’s abuse issues to try and settle. Two months ago a man was mad at his wife and hung her upside down and whipped her in front of the kids. I forget what Religion he was.

Here is one in Australia where a guy soaked his wife with turpentine and set her on fire.
And we have to waste time because some men looked at Amanda.
https://www.theguardian.com/society/ng-interactive/2015/jun/02/domestic-violence-five-women-tell-their-stories-of-leaving-the-most-dangerous-time
commented 2019-07-06 19:36:09 -0400
Ahem OFF not OF.
commented 2019-07-06 19:32:12 -0400
Being offended is a personal choice. Amanda Galbraith is offended because she chooses to take offence. It fits her narrative and it fits her agenda. It would be impossible for anyone that I don’t know, or whose opinion I don’t respect. to offend me. How the hell can anyone offend me if I don’t care what they think? This isn’t rocket science. I realize there’s different power dynamic when it’s between men and women, but unless she was afraid that she was actually going to be attacked that’s irrelevant. Amanda, you’re really not that irresistible. But the narrative does fit your agenda, so I guess you can make lots of political hay out of it.
commented 2019-07-06 18:29:47 -0400
A Guy walking down the street is accosted by another guy, Hey mate you’ve got the Ying and I have the Yen, lets get it together. The first man immediately replies, Sorry mate, it’s the wrong time of the month for me.
Meanwhile the Bimbo twits or tweets that she was leered at by a bunch of horny construction workers…..Where are we at?
commented 2019-07-06 17:53:01 -0400
Henry Smith…walk down that same street with your fly down and see how long THAT goes un-noticed….in fact…I have had it pointed out to me that my fly was down by a woman who was wearing a thong bikini at the time.

As others have suggested in this thread the only cure is burkas and sharia police chaparones.

This whole topic is absurd.

In China before communism one of the rules people lived by was that you must never break another man’s rice bowl and if you did, it was grounds for justifyable homicide…now…post Marxism…it is trivialized. Going after somebody’s livlihood as retaliation would…in my view…be grounds for justifyable homicide….don’t bother calling me for jury duty if such a thing were to transpire over something like this.
commented 2019-07-06 17:13:48 -0400
She doesn’t make eye contact, but she’s still sure they’re all looking at her. as Persius “using a reflective surface to gaze upon the face of medusa before slaying it.”
OUCH. Menzies you are a breath of fresh air.
PS. That woman needs to count the number of steps she walks behind her husband.
commented 2019-07-06 16:59:15 -0400
Too many women think that men look at them while walking on a street to get some sort of sexual pleasure, or to evaluate them. Unless the woman is a rare 10, more times than not we look because something doesn’t seem right.
For example if Hillary walked by, I may stare too long only to say to myself how lucky I am that my woman doesn’t wear such an ugly pant suit. I am not looking because I am fantasizing a relationship with what I am seeing.

The women that I have walked with downtown do exactly the same if they see a guy with his shirt hanging out or a guy whose tie doesn’t match his suit.
Does either sex call that leering?
commented 2019-07-06 16:34:01 -0400
Nothing is wrong with looking Henry, its free and legal.
commented 2019-07-06 16:31:09 -0400
Henry a couple of things.
Women don’t need you to white knight for them against the opposition from another woman.
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“Maybe those men at the construction site had no idea that their behaviour would make a pedestrian feel in that manner.”

They are men, men look.
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“I think Rebel readers, especially, can appreciate that every side has a right to voice their opinion, even if you disagree with it.”

No argument from me, but to expect men not to look at women is an absurd expectation. If they made threatening gestures or surrounded her, she would have a reason to feel intimidated. They LOOKED, no harm no foul.
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“I think that saying that women would be offended if you don’t look at them is a little bit out there.”

Henry you must be very young, a beta male or maybe a female feminist and not a male feminist at all (really no animal in existence more or less the same as a beta)
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“Yes it’s natural to look or admire, but when you’re at work maybe people should be looking at their work, or taking their break not on a side walk while they evaluate the women who walk by alone.”

You want to train construction workers not to look. I wish you good luck sir. And finally, don’t take it so seriously. I am being , sarcastic, facetious and poking fun. Is that still allowed or was my comment hate speech or at the very least wrong speech?
commented 2019-07-06 16:20:53 -0400
Henry said, “I think Rebel readers, especially, can appreciate that every side has a right to voice their opinion, even if you disagree with it.”

What person here has said that opposing opinions are not allowed here?

Your logic, it appears, is that when someone here expresses a “right wing” or “conservative” opinion, you are assuming that their opinion is a statement to shut up another person’s opinion.

If you can point out where some right winger here is telling another to shut up, please point it out. Maybe I missed that comment.
commented 2019-07-06 15:13:44 -0400
One of the differences between human men and gorillas is that humans have the ability to control themselves . I think that Galbraith probably has no trouble “gaining attention”. Maybe one of the reasons she wears lipsticks heels&skirts @Liza Rosie is that she likes them, or else because women are deemed more successful & able to be respected in business when they do so.
A woman shouldn’t need to dress in a burka or like a “dyke” to be allowed to feel comfortable in a First World Westernized Nation in 2019.
I appreciate hearing an open dialogue of how people feel, and where improvement can be made. Maybe those men at the construction site had no idea that their behaviour would make a pedestrian feel in that manner.
I think Rebel readers, especially, can appreciate that every side has a right to voice their opinion, even if you disagree with it.
I think slut shaming is a behaviour that will backfire . I think that saying that women would be offended if you don’t look at them is a little bit out there. You can look them in the eye when you’re doing business. If you go on match.com or Tinder, the woman may want to be looked at . But I don’t think that’s a healthy or mature portrayal of women to act like they’re all desperate for attention. Women at a bar with a bouncer present may feel different at being admired. Women alone in an alleyway or surrounded by a group of men may portray attention or perceive situations less favourably. Yes it’s natural to look or admire, but when you’re at work maybe people should be looking at their work, or taking their break not on a side walk while they evaluate the women who walk by alone. @Peter Netterville
commented 2019-07-06 13:01:57 -0400
If she didn’t want men to look at her she wouldn’t wear lipstick, heels, skirts or show cleavage. She has three options, grow up, present as a dike or wear a burka, because you can’t change biology. Thank God.
commented 2019-07-06 12:50:09 -0400
commented 2019-07-06 12:34:50 -0400
Blain said, “I guess I’m too old, I remember when women got very upset when men
wouldn’t look at them.”

Yea, and now they get very upset when you don’t and when you do.
commented 2019-07-06 12:33:09 -0400
Nice mockery of the unhinged SJW, David. Do you think she grasped the sarcasm?
commented 2019-07-06 12:04:11 -0400
This Dingbat just wanted to let everybody know that she could still produce Leers from hard working men so she tweeted it….How tweet it is.