Monday, March 22, 2010

A Cool Tool for Non-Feminists
and Counter-Feminists

The accompanying JPEG has a document size of 3.5" x 2", which is the correct dimension for printing onto standard business cards.

You'll want to keep a few of these in your pocket, purse or wallet for handing out to persons who, in your considered opinion, need to have such a card handed to them. ;)

Or, you can mysteriously leave them in different places for no particular reason. Example: tucked inside of books at your favorite lefty bookstore. (I just love lefty bookstores! Don't you?)

The text for this was taken from an old (but absolutely canonical "must read") Counter-Feminist article, HERE: http://tinyurl.com/5uvm28

12 Comments:

Blogger Snark said...

Oh God I lol'd.

The thought of handing a card to an enraged feminist in lieu of an explanation.

It would be more insulting than any actual insult.

BRILLIANT.

9:00 AM  
Blogger ScareCrow said...

Excellent idea.

About leaving it in books.

This one is naughty:

I sometimes put the feminist books that I browse through into the book-return areas in the book-store.

Sometimes, these book-return receptacles look strangley like garbage cans that are conceniently placed around the store.

Other times, as I understand it, they want you to put the book into the "I just touched it" return slot - which is located between two adjacent book-stands.

I must say, I like the idea of returning the book to its proper place, with a friendly card in it instead...

12:59 PM  
Blogger Fidelbogen said...

@ScareCrow:

I have never in my life seen a bookstore with the kind of arrangements that you describe. In every bookstore that I have ever seen, you simply stick the book back on the shelf when you are done flipping through it.

1:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah, I've never seen that either, and I've been to lots of bookstores in several countries.

6:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just imagine how boggled the minds of feminists are when a man renounces them,their ideologies and, everything/everyone they have influenced (feminists laws of feminist construct and such)and, declares, on behalf of all men, personal sovereignty and liberation for all men.

3:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I often like to refer to myself as the President CEO of the chaos corp.

There are few things as satisying as causing chaos amongst the feminists and their ilk. These business cards will work nicely.

12:48 AM  
Blogger ScareCrow said...

Something that I have done a couple of times:

When a woman starts arguing with me, and using false statistics, or feminist propoganda to validate her bogus points...

...I reach into my pocket, and take out some quarters - and give them to her...

...When she asks, "What are these for?"

I reply with a smile, "Since you have had you're brain washed, I figured that you'd like to get it dried too!"

3:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good one ScareCrow.

6:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

In your description of your blog you have called Feminism a 'female supremest hate movement' so I am afraid you have leaked some of your feelings towards it, largely your narrow view of feminism. Deciding that all feminists are following a 'female supremest hate movement' is like saying that all muslims are terrorists.
If someone told me they objected to feminism my first question to them would be 'what do you think feminism is?' If they could not answer, or described it as something similar to you, then I'm sure I would be able to help reduce the ignorance of this person on this topic.

5:03 AM  
Blogger Fidelbogen said...

@Anon5:03:

"In your description of your blog you have called Feminism a 'female supremest hate movement' so I am afraid you have leaked some of your feelings towards it. ."

No, I have not "leaked" my feelings; I have stated them quite plainly.

". . largely your narrow view of feminism."

My view of feminism might be construed as either broad OR narrow. But broadly speaking, I would say that lining up a target in the crosshairs requires a narrow view.

Some prefer the scattergun approach, but I prefer to line things up in a scope - although I give the scatter-gunners their due.

"If someone told me they objected to feminism my first question to them would be 'what do you think feminism is?'"

That would be precisely my own M.O. if someone told me they objected to non-feminism.

". . I'm sure I would be able to help reduce the ignorance of this person on this topic."

I have found that "ignorance on this topic" is rampant among those who claim to support feminism.

11:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Feminist's fight for equal rights for women do your history.

I am a "Feminist" I am also a "Progressive Masculinist" If find your blog utterly ignorant and stupid by going to such lengths to also be anti feminist which you also do not know what that means so I am not going to waste anymore time.

3:55 PM  
Blogger Fidelbogen said...

@Anon:

Please try not to use run-on sentences.

4:16 PM  

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