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Wednesday, 30 October 2013

I'm declaring myself an anti-feminist

I see radical feminism as a scourge on humanity. I’m a believer in equality and ‘social justice’, as a friend of mine recently told me, and I absolutely do not see feminism in any form being about equality or justice. Instead, it’s about discrimination against men, and there’s nothing ‘equal’ about it.

I want to educate people that feminism promotes hate and discrimination against men. It’s sexist, and it’s wrong.

I’m making the statement that ALL feminism is RADICAL feminism, because the painting is all part of the same brush. ‘Normal’ feminists don’t stand up against 'radical' feminism, and instead they take advantage of its radical results that favour them and discriminate against men. As a result, it seems clear that most feminists are radical feminists, so I’m putting them all in the same group and simply calling them 'feminists'.

As far as I’m concerned, striving for equality is not ‘striving for men to have less than women’. It’s not ‘striving for male masculinity to be a punishable offence’. It’s not ‘women are automatically and always victims so they should be treated that way’.

Any time I see hate, discrimination and sexism against men, I’m going to point it out. I’m going to try and educate on how much of this is going on in the name of ‘feminism’s attempt to bring about equality’. There’s nothing equal about it, and it enrages me that this ‘double-speak’ is going on.
Doublespeak is language that deliberately disguises, distorts, or reverses the meaning of words. Doublespeak may take the form of euphemisms (e.g., “downsizing” for layoffs, “servicing the target” for bombing), in which case it is primarily meant to make the truth sound more palatable. – Wikipedia
Feminists claiming their hatred and discrimination of men is ‘equality’ are engaging in doublespeak, language designed to distort the truth.

Do you know what misandry is? Let me help you.
Misandry is the hatred or dislike of boys and/or men. Misandry can be manifested in numerous ways, including sexual discrimination, denigration of men, violence against men, and sexual objectification of men. The female counterpart of misandry is misogyny, the hatred or dislike of women… – Wikipedia
When a woman engages in physical violence against a man and is applauded for it by other women, then you’re seeing misandry in action. Feminism applauds women that engage in violence against men.

How often do you see men applauding violence against women? You don’t. It just doesn’t happen. But you see women doing it, and you see them applauded for it.

Women encourage and even demand sexual objectification of men – you see it all the time on the covers of women’s magazines and advertising billboards – while condemning the same kinds of advertising about women. When it’s ok for women to admire men’s half-naked bodies, but it’s not ok for men to admire women’s half-naked bodies, you’re seeing misandry in action.

Misandry – the hatred of dislike of men. It’s actually more common than misogyny, the hatred or dislike of women.

But you don’t see many people talking about misandry, because as soon as you start talking about double standards, or the problems in society related to the discrimination and hatred of men by women, you’re labelled a misogynist in an attempt to shut you up, or at least to discredit anything you have to say.

When you have any organisation or group of people with an ideology that wants to stifle debate, and only have things their way, you have a significant problem, and that’s what I see growing in the world today. I want to help reverse this problem.

Equality is something that applies to ALL people, not just women.

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