Thursday, August 30, 2012

Stop Calling Yourself a "Feminist"!

The word "feminism" is tainted, so you really ought to stop calling yourself a "feminist". I don't give a snap what kind of feminist you are; if you call yourself a feminist for ANY reason, I won't even take the time to look into that. I might not say anything, but in my mind I will regard you as a highly suspect person. A fishy person. A "person of interest", as the police would say.

Yes. As far as I'm concerned, if you've seen one feminist, you've seen them all.

But if you stand up and declare loudly "I am not a feminist!", then I will smile, and look kindly upon you. And who knows, I might even decide to be your friend.

Now, that's something to think about. Don't you think so?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

One really funny thing about the non-existant MRM, is how it pedestalizes women who agree with their views. Or to be more blunt - some woman who comes along and says things that other MEN have already said 1 million times - somehow, it seems to be more viewed and more valid when it comes from a woman to them...

Yet, at the same time, they have the audacity to use childish name-calling like mangina and white knight.

Will the real woman pedestalizers please stand up?

9:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

whatever happened... to women? what happened?

10:08 PM  
Blogger Fidelbogen said...

In my observation, they sometimes pedestalize such women, and other times not. The advantage that such women confer, is that they command the attention of the broad, non-radicalized public masses.

And they make feminist blood pressure rise.

So, radicalized pro-male insiders, such as yours truly, appreciate such women for their weapons value -- which is atomic grade.

BTW: "Mangina" is arguably "childish name-calling", but "white knight" is not. (It is political jargon, and every group his entitled to its jargon, political or otherwise. That is how languages grow and change -- by the introduction of 'jargon'.)

10:16 PM  
Blogger Fidelbogen said...

"whatever happened... to women? what happened?"

Eh. . . well, last I checked, they were still around. Yup.

10:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

sweet... I absolutely love the groove she starts gettin' on towards the end, absolutely. sweet. i think she could morph into some kinda superstar... and i am okay wit dat!@!!!!

10:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

antifeminism does not equal anti woman.

any man can know THAT too.

11:17 PM  
Blogger Fidelbogen said...

Yes, even without the help of Johnny Cash they can know that. It's a little trick called "figuring things out logically."

12:04 AM  
Blogger Men Discontinued said...

Start the video at 3:27, I'm sure we've all seen this guy's videos before.

How they jump around and say "oh, I'm not that type of feminist, i'm over here!" depending on what suits them best.

9:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

'The advantage that such women confer is that they reach the broad, non-radicalized public masses.'

Unfortunately that's true. The public masses in the Anglosphere reflexively pedestalize women.

But I do see a problem: as I mentioned in an earlier comment about the left/right paradigm fallacy, feminism is all about gynocentrism and female supremacy. There are a lot of women who deny that they are feminists, but are steeped in the same ideology and carry the same basic attitudes.

I don't see any difference between a Radfem and a Socon. The first believes men are subhumans and ought to be suppressed; the second believes men are subhuman too---but shouldn't be 'hated', so long as men 'remember their place.' What I see throughout the Anglosphere is a movement of women changing to this 'kindler, gentler' feminism and gender supremacy.

10:10 AM  
Blogger Fidelbogen said...


When you refer to "socons", I hope you are talking about the blue pill kind.

There are also red pill socons, just as there are red pill people in every cultural group or niche you can think of (other than feminism per se).

12:56 PM  
Anonymous Retrenched said...

It's annoying when someone claims to be a feminist, but then say that they oppose discrimination against men or the suspension of men's due process rights in rape cases. That's like claiming to be a social conservative while supporting abortion and gay marriage. It makes no sense.

1:43 PM  
Blogger scatmaster said...

A fishy person. A "person of interest"

How about creepy?

8:31 PM  

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