New YouTube Channel by Eincrou
I like what I'm hearing here, and I look forward to more from Eincrou in the weeks and months ahead.
As he rightly points out, MRAs, MGTOWs and their ilk spend a lot of time talking about women. But to frame the matter more precisely, I'd say they spend a lot of time talking about women qua women. Specifically, they dwell upon relationships. More specifically, they complain.
That is where I, myself, differ from a lot of the politically outspoken pro-male chaps you'll encounter in the world nowadays. So far as I'm concerned, women are not the topic at all. Women are nothing more than a factor -- one among many -- in the definition of the situation. They are objective features in the landscape, like trees, rocks or fence posts, all of which are important in their way and need to be allowed for, but oughtn't dominate your thinking.
That is to say, you ought not to take women personally, but politically only. You will understand right away what I am driving at here. I am warning all concerned not to fall into the feminist trap of mixing the personal with the political. As a counter-feminist policy wonk, that is how I conduct my own thinking, and this is a policy I recommend to all who might consider themselves disciples.
This policy has the added advantage that it tends to innoculate against so-called "misogyny" -- and I advise against misogyny for the simple reason that I consider it bad policy. It does not politically empower you, but very much the contrary.
Eincrou also mentions the term "non-feminist", and notes the lack of descriptive capacity. I acknowledge this weakness in the term, but would also note its peculiar virtue. Being how it is so bland, and has so little "bite", the term inherently defies stereotypification or branding. Furthermore, it encompasses so much of the universe (99.9% as Eincrou notes) that it postulates a transcendentally powerful constituency base -- if you follow my meaning. Finally, the term "non-feminism" designates a space of refuge not unlike a "city" where a "serf" may gain liberty -- hence we speak of the liberty of the (non-feminist) sector.