I Don’t Think Feminism Means What You Think It Means

March 13th, 2017

Feminism, NEW!, NEXT!, NOPE!, Orly?

This gif never gets old

Here’s a nifty comment from this post that I thought you’d all appreciate.

Feminism is about competing with men and denigrating the feminine characteristics that make a woman a Lady. Thus, feminists try to look like men, accentuating the vulgar, crude, ugly, undesirable traits that make them less appealing to prove they are more manly than men whom they despise.

The following paragraph from the article is exactly what I mean… “I’m referring to how many women seem to think they need to become masculine (or what they think is masculine) to be equal to men, thereby rejecting their (and other women’s) femininity as inferior.  Furthermore, such women often model the worst, rather than the best, characteristics of men–and then wonder why neither men nor women like them. That can only come from a deep hatred of men, which for obvious reasons is not attractive to men.” – Crotch Rocket

This person gets it. It explains why Feminists hate the success of other women as much as they hate men. And worse, they hate the feminine nature of women that makes them attractive and desirable. Feminists believe  a woman can’t and shouldn’t be feminine because they view it as betrayal, inferior, and the antithesis of Feminism.  And that makes them ugly on the inside as well as the outside.  Such women would never be caught dead having sex with a man because it would “demean” their feminist strength as an admission they need men for anything, even as playthings. Thus, most feminists fulfill their sexual needs on their own or with another female, because doing further proves to them they have no need of men whatsoever.  They see it as strength. The rest of the world, and men in particular, see through the lie and clearly see that kind of women for what she is, the lowest class of womanhood, scornful bitches who reject the masculinity of men and the femininity of women, making them
miserable, ugly, vulgar, and absolute losers.

A woman with true inner strength completely embraces her feminine nature, not as a weapon or tool to use against men and other women, but as an achievement of the best of womanhood.  And that makes her supremely confident and beautiful above all of God’s creations, man’s greatest desire, and the stuff dreams are made of.

Great article… nail on the head!


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11 Responses to “I Don’t Think Feminism Means What You Think It Means”

  1. Bethany Says:

    Where the hell do people get this stuff? WTF are they reading that they think this is what feminism is about?

    • Mel Says:

      Don’t even try to figure it out. Obviously the ramblings of a loser.

    • Parenting Says:

      Rush Limbaugh and InfoWars. I couldnt believe the hateful rants I saw this week.

      I thought feminists wanted equal pay for equal work and to shatter the glass cieling but apparently they are just humorless, butch, angry snowflakes trying to deny men sex.

      • Mel Says:

        That’s why you shouldn’t waste your time with Rush Limbaugh and Info Wars. Not worth the rise in your blood pressure.

        • Parenting Says:

          I have right wing family and friends. They booby trap their facebook pages with this stuff. Why are these men (and women) so threatened by a peaceful protest even something as benign as a couple of dozen Congress women quietly dressing in white?

      • zzz Says:

        What a gross thing to say. There’s nothing wrong with being a butch woman. Feminism is about the liberation of all females, not just the pretty ones, the ones who perform femininity the best, or the ones who are rich and privileged enough to “break the glass ceiling.” Ugh, give me a break! No wonder people don’t understand what feminism means! With “feminists” like these, who needs enemies?

        • Parenting Says:

          Of course there is nothing wrong with being butch. Nor is there anything wrong with being humorless or not having sex with men. I was using the OPs description which reduced feminism to a quest by angry women to deny men the pleasures of sex. I also said that one of the tenets of feminism was equal pay for equal work – a very class agnostic principal. But feel free to cherry pick a source of outrage.

  2. Nia Says:

    Roosh V is that you? Barf.

  3. fuzzilla Says:

    Lesbian = low class. Uh huh, got it – tell me more! *furiously scribbles notes*

    This shit is so dumb I can’t even get mad any more.

    Ha, Crotch Rocket – there’s a blast from the past.

  4. Mandy Says:

    That post seems based on the assumption that there are some set of characteristics that all women have (femininity) which are different than some set of characteristics that all men have (masculinity), and the “feminists” try to ignore/change their inherent characteristics to have characteristics more like the inherent male characteristics. Which is just a blatantly stupid assumption.

    Everyone, male and female, has characteristics typically considered masculine and typically considered feminine. Feminists don’t think the women should have to downplay some and play up others (nor should men have to), in order to please some patriarchal view of society. Some women are assertive, some men are nurturers. That doesn’t make either of them “less than” in any way! UGH.

  5. Mark Says:

    I wish the author of the “Nifty Comment” had a chance to meet and talk with both of my grandmothers on this point.

    Sound odd? It shouldn’t.

    One lived through a Nazi occupation while her husband was a ships captain in the convoys from the US to England and was absent for extended periods of time. All the while raising a family.

    The other went looking (and got a job) the day after your youngest daughter graduated from high school. This was the 1950’s when a woman’s perceived place was in the home.

    Granted, I’m biased. But both managed to bridge the balance between feminism (however you wish to define it) and the broader issues of societies perception of their role as a woman and/or wife. Both remained married, and happily so. I can only conclude that they must have done something right in their choices.

    If a woman wants to take the convoluted rationale and the requisite role as mentioned in the post as a given, well I guess that is there prerogative. Frankly, I see that as a reactionary choice that goes to the extreme.

    The post that Moxie links to is from 2011. But I think that the fundamentals still apply. It’s about respect. If you can’t get past that, then there is no further discussion.

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