Trolling on my blog? A satire on how Feminism is hurting men.
I had a troll on the blog yesterday, trying to stir up trouble. He (I am assuming it’s a he) left the following comment on one of the post about violence on women, I present it to you here verbatim, so you can see for yourself why I marked it as spam and trashed it.
Women are soft targets, the gender whose rights can be violated without any fear of persecution.
Like the way western women estrange children from their fathers, deny fathers visitation rights, loot them through alimony and child support?
“I bow to my inner self” is quite accurate. Solipsism, thy name is feminism.
To future trolls – this is MY blog. If you don’t like what you see… move on! There’s a whole lot more blogs out there, exercise your freedom of trolling there. I will continue to exercise my freedom of expression by posting about whatever affects me as a human being and as a woman and spamming your trolling comments as you keep posting them.
And finally .. the creme de la creme… A satire I found on How Feminism Hurts Men. Written and posted by a Man who is probably one of the best advocates I have ever seen of Feminism. Truthfully, anyone who cares about the women in their lives should be feminists (regardless of gender). Feminism strives to end sexism and give women equal opportunities. If this insults someone, then I would encourage them to examine their values before misconstruing the message of a simple article.
Now… ENJOY…….. 😀
How Feminism Hurts MenDate: 12 Nov 2013By: Micah J. MurrayComments: 916 Comments
Yesterday somebody on Facebook told me that feminism elevates women at the expense of men, that its agenda to validate women emasculates us guys.
He was right.
For men, the rise of feminism has relegated us to second-class status. Inequality and discrimination have become part of our everyday lives.
Because of feminism, men can no longer walk down the street without fear of being catcalled, harassed, or even sexually assaulted by women. When he is assaulted, the man is blamed – the way he dressed he was “asking for it”.
Because of feminism, there are no major Christian conferences about how to act like men, where thousands of men can celebrate their manliness and Jesus (and perhaps poke fun at female stereotypes).
Because of feminism, church stages and spotlights are often dominated by women. Men are encouraged to just serve in the nursery or kitchen. Sometimes men are even told to stay silent in church.
Because of feminism, women make more money than man in the same jobs.
Because of feminism, it’s hard to find a movie with a heroic male lead anymore. Most blockbusters feature a brave woman who saves the world and gets a token man as a trophy for her accomplishments.
Because of feminism, women’s professional sports are a massively profitable enterprise where women are globally idolized. Men only appear briefly, before commercial breaks, when they’re objectified for their bodies.
Because of feminism, all birth control is covered for women without question or debate, while men have to fight to get insurance companies to pay for their Viagra prescriptions. When men do speak up about this, leaders of the “family friendly” right wing labels them “sluts” and “whores”.
Because of feminism, the male body is constantly under public scrutiny. If a man appears topless on TV, it’s a national scandal resulting in huge fines and boycotts. Bloggers regularly write about how we need to be more mindful of the ways our clothing choices tempt women to sin. Satirists insist that shorts “aren’t really pants” and then men should cover up because “nobody wants to see that”.
Because of feminism, men are not represented in the White House, and women hold over 80% of the seats in Congress. When a man runs for office, his physical appearance and clothing choices are discussed almost as much as his policies and ideas.
Because of feminism, men must fight for a voice in the public sphere. In issues of theology, politics, science, and philosophy, the female perspective is often considered default, normal, and unbiased. Male perspectives are dismissed for being too subjective or too emotional. When we speak up, we are often dismissed as angry, rebellious, subversive, or dangerous.
But stay strong, bros.
One day we’ll all be equal.
Whatever you do, don’t read Jesus Feminist. It’s full of ideas that will continue to oppress and harm men — ideas such as “women are people too” and “the dignity of and rights of women are as important as those of men”.
I laughed my ass off all the way to the bank… to cash in on Feminism 😉
- A different view of Feminism. (loveisthemovement87.wordpress.com)
- Why feminism doesn’t need a makeover | Hadley Freeman (theguardian.com)
- Micah J. Murray: How Feminism Hurts Men (huffingtonpost.com)
- “A different type of feminism” Lynette Williams introduces Parliament Week and explains her view on the importance of equality (dmustudentblogs.wordpress.com)
- Understanding Feminism on The Street: I am a Proud Black Feminist. (understandingfeminismblog.wordpress.com)
- Machismo And Feminism (dayannaramirezz.wordpress.com)
- Feminism | Murky waters: Trying to explain feminism to others without losing your faith in humanity (thongexcavationpoetry.wordpress.com)
- I Feel Like Feminism Leaves Me And Other Women Of Color Out (gurl.com)
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