Feminists, Oppression, Hypocrisy: An Exposé (Part 2 of the Exposé Series)

Welcome to Part 2. Hypocrites tend to think that they can do anything they wish, even if they themselves condemn others for doing so. There are some in which this hypocrisy shines brighter than any other. And it is in this hypocrisy, in this false freedom, in which these individuals source their power. Because they do see themselves in this light. They see themselves as being powerful, as a force of nature. What these individuals fail to realize on occasion is that there are others who have caught wind of what they are trying to do, what their goals are. But sometimes that has no effect, & it is not an issue if it doesn’t, because these individuals can be dangerous. Who are these individuals? Feminists.

I want to begin with a few more definitions. Feminism: The advocacy of women’s rights on the ground of equality of the sexes. Oppression: Prolonged cruel or unjust treatment or exercise of authority. And the three main types of feminism. Socialist Feminism: (also known as Marxist feminism) Traces the oppression of women to inequalities that developed in connection with the class system of private property. Reformist Feminism: Believe gender inequality can be eliminated through legislative or electoral reforms without the need to alter the capitalist system itself. Radical Feminism: Target male psychology or biology as the source of women’s oppression. Again, keep these terms in mind as we continue.

Feminism began in the 19th century & continued into the 20th. The initial wave of feminism was entirely focused on legal inequalities. It was never meant to get to where it is today. Feminism has continued to evolve in waves. The second wave, surfacing & spanning 1960-1980, broadened the debate of feminists to include cultural inequalities, gender norms, & the role of women in society. Third wave feminism began in the early 1990s, focusing on those parts of second wave feminism that were perceived as failures. It also became the vessel for sexual politics, inclusive of reproductive rights & sexual liberation. Additionally, this was the time in which feminism expanded to become a global phenomenon. And then along came the fourth wave, one which took feminism to a whole new level. This new wave began to target sexual inequality, reproductive justice, intersectionality, body & health, pay parity, & so much more. And that’s not all. Because the fourth wave have something which the previous three waves did not. They have a weapon far greater than any other. Social Media.

Social media has become commonplace in our modern society. Most, if not all, individuals have found themselves on social media at one point in their lives. Many have accounts on a number of platforms. Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, internet forums, blogs, etc. There are so many forms of social media out there, it has become difficult to avoid. Some do manage to steer clear of social media, however, there are many of us who choose to embrace it. Now some of us just use it for minor things: posting a photo or two, maybe giving a small update every now & then. Some use it to express their thoughts & opinions. And then there are those who use social media as a weapon. This is what many feminists, particularly the fourth wave, do. They use social media as a means of propaganda. They advertise their wants, their demands, whilst at the same time sledging & cutting down anyone who attempts to stand in their way. This group of like minded individuals can be highly savage. They can take down anyone they wish to. There is, however, one group of individuals who find themselves targeted more than any other. White males.

If you’re a white male living in this world, this is a warning to you. You could easily become a target of the radical feminist movement that has surfaced from the incumbent fourth wave. No one white male is necessarily safe. These feminists will do whatever they can to destroy the good name of many a white male. And they have certain ‘issues’ which are in their arsenal of weapons. The ‘gender pay gap’, equality, domestic violence, abortion, & rape culture. All of these are used by feminists to fight with extreme force. As Milo Yiannopoulos explains it in his autobiography, Dangerous, ‘Hatred has engulfed the politics of the Left. Socialists hate the financially successful. LGBT activists hate fundamental Christians. Black Lives Matter hate police officers’ & so forth. But none have more hatred within them than the new wave feminist movement.

Let’s take a look at the whole ‘gender pay gap’ issue. For years, the alleged gender pay gap has been a source of much debate. However, realistically, it’s all been a complete waste of time. See, there is no real gender pay gap. After numerous studies into this apparent issue, it has been shown that this gap shrinks completely until it becomes nonexistent when other non-sexist factors become apparent. Factors which are entirely relevant to the case. Over the years, women have been known to make choices on career paths which they wish to take. The most commonly chosen careers for women are those which are communication based. Men, on the other hand, opt for careers in science, technology, engineering & mathematics (STEM) based occupations. Now sure, a majority of the scientific field of biology is made up of women. And so are the fields of veterinary science & psychology. But again, there is a communication based element to all three of these areas. Feminists cannot complain about a non-existent gender pay gap because it is complete & utter nonsense. They are simply attempting to spin something to suit their own movement, but there are some who can see right through it.

To the equality argument used by so many feminists in the modern movement. Please stop using this as part of your verbal artillery. It’s exhausting. Feminists often are of the opinion that if you do not support & believe in feminism, then you do not support & believe in equality for women. This is completely untrue. Feminism & gender equality are not the same thing. They may have been linked in the past, but in the modern age, they no longer intertwine. Rather they have become two separate entities. One is supported overwhelmingly by individuals the world over. The other is frowned upon by many who can see it for what it is. It’s easy to see the difference between the two. Feminism has become radical. It’s no longer about equality for women, it’s about the abuse of males.

On to domestic violence. Domestic violence is a serious issue. It has become something that is all too common in our world, & can have lasting effects on those individuals who fall victim to it. Now you’ll notice that the majority of domestic violence cases which are reported publicly on news bulletins or indeed on social media are in relation to women being domestically abused by men, who are often their husbands. And while this is all too real, & it is a very serious matter, women are not the only victims of domestic violence. Men can also be victims of domestic abuse, as well as children. And this is something that is often overlooked by many, in particular those who are of the feminist movement. It may come as a surprise to many that one in three victims of domestic violence are actually male, with at least 94% of perpetrators of intimate partner violence against males being female. Here are some more statistics that may indeed shock you. Men who have experienced partner violence are two to three times more likely to have never told anyone about it than women. Almost 1 in 4 young people are aware of their mother or stepmother hitting their father or stepfather. Post separation, fathers make up the majority of parents who report experiencing high levels of severity of fear, control & coercion. One male is a victim of domestic homicide every 10 days. See, males are victims of domestic violence too. It isn’t something which is restricted solely to women. Females can take on the role of the abuser. And this happens more often than you’d think. It’s also noticeable that there is less awareness & less activism on domestic violence against males. Women have the White Ribbon to raise awareness of domestic violence against females, however males have near to nothing. Why? Because the feminist movement has made this all about women. Now I do not wish to show any disrespect towards women, however, whilst I acknowledge that domestic violence is a terrible occurrence which must be prevented & put to a stop, I do not think it is in any way respectful to make this all about females. Because males suffer from domestic violence too, & if feminists want equality, then why not start with some recognition for males who are victims of this dreadful reality as well?

While I’m on the topic of health in males & female, I want to point out another harsh truth. The feminist movement rants about a gender pay gap, something which has now been proven to be nonexistent when relevant factors are included. However there is another gap which is much more prominent & quite necessary to discuss: the gender health gap. In recent times, mental health has become something which affects the lives of many individuals, & has indeed taken lives. Suicide is something which affects many people, more than it should. And those who take their own lives are ultimately affect by a change in their mental health. Suicide is something which has become a modern issue in society, & has sparked the launch of many mental health programs & companies. Now individuals can be affected by a number of mental health conditions. Anxiety & depression tend to be quite common. Additionally, there are those who suffer from other mental health conditions such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), eating disorders (eg. Bulimia, Anorexia), insomnia, dissociative disorders, & a range of others. And it’s never easy to admit you have a mental health condition, or to talk about it at any length. Some individuals are prescribed medication in order to deal with their conditions. Others seek therapy, of which there are many types. And then there are those who choose to keep it to themselves, primarily because they cannot bring themselves to talk about it. They can become overwhelmed by it all. It’s not a bad thing if you can’t talk about what you’re feeling, what you’re going through. But it always helps to have a chat with someone. But back to the point. Statistics have shown that in recent times, deaths from suicide occur in males at a rate three times higher than that of females. In 2016, there were a total of 2866 deaths from suicide in Australia, with 2151 of those being males, and 715 females. It’s utterly shocking. Suicide has been called the silent epidemic. Let me put a question to you. Would it be so silent if the numbers were skewed towards females?

Quick disclaimer: the following topics are points of controversy. Please read at your own discretion.

Let’s move on to the topic of abortion. I know this is a point which could be quite fragile in nature, so I’ll make sure to tread fairly carefully. Abortion is a difficult topic to discuss. There are a range of views on the subject, & different people have their varied opinions on the matter. The Catholic/Christian Church see abortion as the taking of an innocent life, one which has no say in the matter. This is very much true. Feminists, on quite the opposite end of the scale, will have you believe that it is all about women & their choices, & that if they so choose to abort an innocent life, that is their choice for their body. Now look, at the end of the day, it is the woman’s choice as to whether or not she wishes to have an abortion. But there are a range of scenarios in which acceptability varies. For example, if the woman wants to have a child at some point in her life, and wishes to have a child with her current partner, and falls pregnant, then she should have the child. If she chooses to abort the child over matters such as not being able to afford it, or not wishing to have a child at this specific point in her life, this is not really acceptable. Even if she falls pregnant with someone who she is in a steady relationship with but that relationship eventually falls apart whilst she is still in stages of pregnancy, she should still have the child. If the woman falls pregnant & decides to have an abortion after being pregnant for many weeks or months, this is not acceptable. It brings to surface questioning such as why she was alright with having the baby at one point early on, but doesn’t want to anymore. There is however one situation which is the subject of extensive debate. What if a woman is the victim of rape?

In the scenario that a woman has been victim to a horrendous crime of rape, & has subsequently fallen pregnant, many would view it as socially acceptable to abort the pregnancy. In general, any form of abortion is seen as wrong. It is seen as murder. However, in a country of sanity, there would be arguments as to which cases of abortion should be considered illegal, & which cases should be allowed for. Before we move on, I want to address the feminist side of abortion a little more. The original feminist view on abortion was that it should be denounced. Pro-life was an ideal of the original feminist movement, but as the movements have progressed, their stances have become altered in ways which were once unforeseeable. There have been campaigns run by feminist that are just appalling. For example, the #ShoutYourAbortion campaign which was basically women boasting about their abortions, which practically turned the taking of innocent life into a token of pride for feminists. It is absolutely disgusting. And in all respects, women will tend to feel guilty & can develop mental health conditions after having an abortion. They can become depressed, & even begin to develop suicidal thoughts. The other thing is this: with all the forms of contraception available publicly now, if a woman does not want to have a child, then it is relatively easy not to. There really is no excuse for aborting a child. The modern feminist movement may promote abortion, however, there is a reason behind this. As Milo Yiannopoulos writes in his autobiography, ‘Feminism seems to always go against the actual interests of women.’

Moving on to another controversial topic, rape culture. In recent times, this has become one of the most damning weapons in the arsenal of the feminist movement. Now yes, I do acknowledge that rape is very much a real thing. And it is absolutely appalling. Anyone who is accurately convicted of rape deserves to go to prison. But what is really despicable is when women make false accusations of rape. This has become something which is all too common in modern society. There have been numerous cases where women have lied about being raped by a man or men, & these men can ultimately be sent to prison for years, decades, or even longer, simply because a woman pointed their finger at them. Sometimes there is no justice in the so-called justice system, with males falling victim to institutional bias. Judges can be lead by their own principles to punish males who commit a crime harshly while allowing women a lighter punishment, even though they committed the same crime. It’s actually corrupt. But there seems to be no end to corruption in the world. Men who are falsely accused & then convicted of rape have their lives destroyed on the spot. They end up living in a prison cell for many years, until they may be allowed to be released back into society. But they cannot simply pick up where they left off. They must navigate the narrow lane of their lives now with extreme caution. They will now live their lives being called a rapist, a monster. They will be demonized, threatened, the whole nine yards. Their mental health will deteriorate, & they will become depressed, they will feel alone. They could develop a mental health condition which will affect their lives even more greatly. They will suffer throughout their lives. For some, living may become too much, & they may contemplate suicide. Some may even take their own lives. The reason for all this: the unrelenting power of a disgruntled woman.

See, rape is a serious matter. There is nothing funny about rape, because it can destroy the lives of whoever it affects. It is physical abuse. And that is exactly why it needs to be taken seriously by everyone. But when women of the feminist movement go ahead & use it for their own personal gain, things begin to spiral well out of control. If a woman makes an accusation of rape, it has to be legitimate. We can’t continue to go through multiple cases where allegations of rape are made that are completely false, & in which a woman has devised a fitting story for the occasion. It is despicable. I just want to make this clear. I am in no way attempting to disrespect anyone here. I am simply stating that an allegation of rape is highly serious, & you cannot simply throw one out there just for the sake of doing it. It’s not a game, it is a serious matter. Do not make false accusations for your own personal gain. Quite simply, a false accusation is a waste of the authorities’ time. When they could be investigating serious cases, they are investigating a case which is completely made up. It is actually criminal to do this. So take matters like this seriously.

Now there’s something else I’d like to take some time to discuss. That is feminism in politics. Feminism is a political nightmare. Feminists in government are becoming all too common, & the impact is never truly positive. The issue is that individuals in political parties who proclaim feminist views are tearing the fabrics of the Parliament apart. Take a look at the most recent epidemic in the Australian Parliament: Bullying. After recent events took place & saw the leader of the Liberal Left Malcolm Turnbull out of all leadership positions & Parliament altogether, the feminists of the Liberal Left took it upon themselves to seek retribution for the actions of the Conservative, right wing of the party. Their tactic? Play the victim card. Mind you, this is not an uncommon strategy amongst the Left. If they can play the victim, they can achieve personal gain for their faction. It’s clever, but it’s not fooling anyone. Accusations have been made by female members of the Liberal Party against some of their male counterparts. Julia Banks, Lucy Giuchi, Ann Sudmalis, Kelly O’Dwyer, & former Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party Julie Bishop have all spoken of bullying & intimidation occurring within the Liberal Party. It’s no surprise that this is occurring, in particular with Bishop. Julie Bishop made an attempt to gain the Prime Ministership in the second spill tha occurred a few weeks ago, & only received 11 votes, subsequently being knocked out in the first round. But it is obvious that Bishop so desperately wanted that position. She has been waiting to take the position from somebody for so long. She even turned on Tony Abbott when he was Prime Minister & joined ranks with Malcolm Turnbull so that she could maintain the role of Deputy Leader. She is only & has only ever been thinking about herself. Even now, she has decided to recontest her seat at the next federal election, & has been talking up the claims of bullying & intimidation from the backbench, running wild against new Prime Minister Scott Morrison. It just proves that she herself is willing to undermine others for her own personal gain. It is reminiscent of Malcolm Turnbull’s own agenda which came into play when he knifed Abbott.

The amusing thing about these claims of bullying is that they are hypocritical in nature. Julia Banks & Julie Bishop have both been involved in the intimidation of others in the Parliament. And here’s the sweetener. Julie Bishop has claimed that bullying & intimidation has been occurring in the Parliament for a long time, many years in fact. The thing is, Julie Bishop has been in the Parliament for twenty years. Two decades. So why would she only start talking about the so-called bullying & intimidation now? Well there’s a very simple answer for that. She’s disgruntled with her colleagues for not giving her the job. The major chance she had at being both Prime Minister & Leader of the Liberal Party, & she’s lost it. But she’s not going to go down quietly. And neither is Malcolm Turnbull. Turnbull still thinks he has a voice in Parliament. And quite simply, he doesn’t. But that’s for another article. Julie Bishop, however, is the perfect example of rogue feminists in the Parliament. And the others who are in there are running rampant. They want quotas for how many women should be required to be in the Liberal Party. The women of the Labor Party agree. The feminist movement has reared its head in the Parliament, & it needs to be stopped before it causes anymore carnage.

I want to wrap this by making a few final remarks. The feminist movement is fueled by hate, that is no secret. Feminism was once something that actually made valid points, & stood for something worth standing for. But now, it has become a hateful, dangerous society. A society which is waging a bitter war against anyone & everyone who stands in its way. These radical feminists will attempt to take down anyone who does them the slightest wrong. They will ensue to silence those who voice truths averse to their movement, truths which expose them for what they truly are. Truths alike the ones explored in this article. What the feminist movement do not realize is that they are in fact doing more harm to women than good. They are actually fighting a war against their own cause. One which may persist until an inevitable implosion.

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