It would be nice to see an end to the feminist conspiracy theory of "The Patriarchy" but cutting out freedom of expression—particularly by technological giants who have their own agenda—is not the right approach.
The article headlines about gender equality but in reality it only talks about organisations interested in furthering the aims of women (even more). The one outfit that might fool people into thinking it cared about the other half of the population clearly does not: it talks about 'engaging men to save women and girls from violence' without any mention of the violence against men and boys, which is about four times as much.
"Human rights" people need to learn that you don't get human rights by subjugating males and ignoring their needs from society.
But how to incorporate Dissenter comments as a part of my website? That's what I'd like to do!
When this kid grows up and realises the way she was manipulated, will she be pulling all those adults into court for child abuse? I hope she does.
The author states "I am in full support of everything feminism claims to advocate for". Yet also implies he is an “ally of women’s rights and feminist beliefs” without any recognition that there are more women who are against feminism than for it, so it is impossible to be both and ally of women's rights as well as holding feminist beliefs.
Then, the author says that "To identify as a feminist, you have to experience the life of a woman and the hardships a woman encounters in life", so admits he has no idea why women would fight against feminist tyranny, or even whether the claims that feminism makes about women having the hardships they claim is even valid.
Some people really do need to wake up and examine what they support and why.
If the author really understood what they were writing about, they would know that it is men's rights groups who are typically pushing FOR equality, against gynocentrism, feminism and Cultural Marxism.
Typical Guardian: anything to help fathers, or to help children be with fathers is labelled with something like 'boneheaded' or worse. What? Hand some advantage to fathers' rights groups! How terrible! Next we'll have people wanting to keep families together and promote a stable society!
The Guardian up to its usual twisting of the truth, right in the headlines.
Pauline Hanson has never claimed that domestic victims are lying to family court. What the senator has said is that some people lie about being a victim. There is a great deal of difference between those statements.
While feminists are busy telling the world that women should be earning the same as men, women are strongly telling men that they should be earning more than them.
A brilliant and cutting discourse on the idiocy of Cultural Marxism, appearing as #MeToo.
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