Thursday, May 15, 2014

Women calling out feminism

Natasha Devon observes that modern feminism is anti-equality:
Today's feminism teaches British women to see themselves as victims and victims cannot exist without a villain, in this instance – men. In order for this thesis to have any kind of logic, feminists have made sweeping, inaccurate judgments about an entire demographic, based on nothing more than their gender. Ironically, the exact practice they claim to be fighting.
I'm not an equalitarian myself. But unlike most feminists, I don't pretend to be one.


Trust said...

Here's the problem with "anti-feminist" women, or "traditional women" whatever you want to call them. While they oppose the blanket sexism against all men, they typically support the misandric laws, or at least don't want to change them.

In other words, they want the traditional chivalry while keeping the modern protections in tact, and the two cannot coexist. They are a have your cake and eat it too group.

PhantomZodak said...

it's too bad that these women are just ignored by younger inexperienced feminists who assume that the anti-feminist woman doesn't know what "real" feminism is

Laguna Beach Fogey said...

Let's not be fooled. Natasha Devon also writes: "I'm all for structural changes which ensure equal treatment of the sexes - the types that are working to ensure we have an equal number of female MPs..." [my emphasis]

She can afford to go easy on men because the men she deals with are the types who would probably not oppose the above (radical) proposal. Indeed she writes: "As for the men I regularly spend time with - my male colleagues and friends, boyfriend, dad, my three brothers and numerous uncles and cousins - they've never given me any cause to suspect they're anything but pro-gender equality."

But the second one of these chaps contradicts her agenda, the mask drops.

Bob said...

Yeah cause that bollocks will go well. Leads to shit like this:

"Joanne Cash, a Tory former parliamentary candidate whose association found it hard to cope with the idea of her running for parliament whilst pregnant, is one of those now urging her party to adopt all-women shortlists.

Picking such a fight with the grassroots is probably the last thing Mr Cameron wants. But getting way more women into parliament and then government is a battle the PM badly needs to win.

Then of course they try to one-up eachother:

Doom said...

I don't know. I sort of like how she pictures me, as a man, even if she is doing it in jest at her psychologically nearsighted... and farsighted... sisters. Nothing like tormenting the little equals, I say. When I played devil's advocate, I not only "let them be equal", I required it. *grins* Got more pussy, and good stuff don't let the hype fool you into thinking all feminists are greasy cows, than I could handle that way. And my place was kept clean without paying for a maid, I didn't have to pay the bills for dinner or drinks. Tweren't bad. I just learned how to roll their dice better than they can.

Oops, I mean, I kept getting... lucky.

Thordaddy said...

"Feminism" = dykism = man-hatred...

Doom said...


Have you ever even tried? Besides, a quarter to a third of my trysts were with "lesbians", feminist or not. It all works the same, down to them following the plan once they are on the farm as if they were trained to it. Maybe that is just... some men though?

Thordaddy said...


Any female can reject dykism... And Doom can lend a hand or something rather, I suppose.

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