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How feminism betrays the interests of women

On the recent designated adherence day to virtue- signalling, man- bashing, myth- promoting nonsense (otherwise known as the ABC’s coverage of International Women’s Day), a common theme continued to come up (at least, for the ten minutes I could endure to watch their overtly manufactured garbage). “A man is not a financial plan” and “women must… Continue reading How feminism betrays the interests of women

Donald Trump/ Hillary Clinton · Election campaigns · Feminism/ Male rights

An interesting insight into the 2016 Presidential election

We can learn a lot from a recent play depicting the Presidential debates between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, in which genders were switched. First and furmost, the play demonstrates that many of the feminist, pre- existing assumptions people had about gender were wrong. Additionally, the play reinforces what I’ve been saying for a long time:… Continue reading An interesting insight into the 2016 Presidential election

Feminism/ Male rights

International Women’s Day: Patronising ABC boots male presenters off air

“International Women’s Day: Patronising ABC boots male presenters off air”, Daily Telegraph, March 7, 2017: A HOST of prominent women have labelled the ABC’s move to boot male television and radio hosts off air tomorrow for International Women’s Day as “tokenism”. Sky host Peta Credlin, who permanently co-hosts an all female show with former NSW… Continue reading International Women’s Day: Patronising ABC boots male presenters off air

Feminism/ Male rights

Yawn. Isn’t every day International Women’s Day?

“Yawn. Isn’t every day International Women’s Day?”, Herald Sun, March 6, 2017: It made sense when 15,000 women marched in 1908 through New York City demanding voting rights and better pay. Now? These self-righteous nitwits in mortifying pussy hats have utterly lost their way, tripping over their own clogs of entitlement. Right now, thousands of… Continue reading Yawn. Isn’t every day International Women’s Day?

Feminism/ Male rights · The Leftist war on Western traditions

Equality for pedestrian traffic light signals: Or is there something else at play?

According to reports, pedestrian traffic lights depicting female figures will be installed in Melbourne’s CBD today as a part of a lobby group’s push for gender equality. While some have celebrated the move, others have condemned it by lambasting the new traffic lights as ‘political correctness gone mad’. But clearly, the truth of these adjustments to Melbourne… Continue reading Equality for pedestrian traffic light signals: Or is there something else at play?

Feminism/ Male rights · Leftism

A whining regressive at her worst

Following their politicization of nearly all aspects of society, the Regressive Left has set itself a new target: women’s football. Now, if women’s football is about legitimate equality, and giving women a fair chance to play in a game traditionally reserved for males, then I am all for it. Women deserve access to play football, in the same… Continue reading A whining regressive at her worst

Feminism/ Male rights

The Left’s newest star

Breitbart, by Alex Vanness, Febtuary 3, 2017: Linda Sarsour is a principal organizer for Woman’s March on Washington following President Donald Trump’s inauguration. Her rise to liberal stardom following the march has occurred in spite of her support for anti-feminist views and outrageous attacks on anti-Sharia women leaders. Sarsour, who serves as the executive director… Continue reading The Left’s newest star

Feminism/ Male rights · Islam · One Nation

Pauline Hanson on why #WomensMarch is misaimed

I’m sure we’ve all heard of the massive marches that sprung up in America and across the world, which claimed to protest for ‘women’s rights’. Never mind that many of these protests have been funded by the anarchist enabling, society destabilising George Soros. Or that one of the leading protesters in America, Madonna, explicitly threatened that she… Continue reading Pauline Hanson on why #WomensMarch is misaimed

Feminism/ Male rights

The demise of masculinity

Increasingly, the males of 2016 find themselves in a confused, bewildered state. Changed gender relations have improved much, but there have been plenty of negative consequences also. “I Feel Sorry For Real Men In The Millennial Generation”, Right Wing News, October 13, 2015: Men have it rougher in America than most people realize. In part, that’s… Continue reading The demise of masculinity

Feminism/ Male rights

A high achieving woman puts the feminists in their place

While I’m no big fan of UFC fighting, the following compilation of responses from Ronda Rousey, arguably the most successful female athlete in the world, is refreshing. Here you have a woman who refuses to be drawn into feminist baits, self- pity or victimization and what are the results? An extraordinary athlete and trailblazer in the… Continue reading A high achieving woman puts the feminists in their place

Feminism/ Male rights

Women rights go up and happiness goes down?

A truly fascinating paradox of the modern era, is the increasing feelings of unhappiness among women despite their unprecedented social and economic power. In fairness, there could any one of a million reasons as to why this predicament is the case. But in my opinion, a good start aimed at remedying this trend would see all members of society,… Continue reading Women rights go up and happiness goes down?

Feminism/ Male rights

Miranda Devine on our society’s emasculation

In the following piece, Miranda Devine of the Daily Telegraph, brilliantly outlines the forced and accepted feminization of many males, and the unreasonable expectations placed often upon them. Stop telling boys to act like girls IN this era of women-only parking, women-only trains, women-only apartments and transgender bathrooms, it seems the only acceptable man is… Continue reading Miranda Devine on our society’s emasculation