Women Against Feminism

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  • Women Against Feminism, Gynocentrism and Why I am an anti-feminist!

    Latest Supporter Submission:

    Women Against Feminism feels like a tiny light at the end of a really dark tunnel to me and I want to say why that is. The thing is I am agnostic, but I am traditional. I have never been a feminist, I have always viewed feminism as strange. Even before I fully explored the feminist’s and anti-feminist’s movements feminism never sat well with me.

    I initially tried joining the anti feminist groups on facebook, but they were all saturated with MRAs and just like the feminists they mostly viewed traditionalism as anti-equality (and therefore bad!). They even had a word to describe societal structures like this.. where feminists called this way of life patriarchal, they called it gynocentric. I have to admit it stings more the male criticism, but I suppose this is how males must feel when they hear the term “patriarchy”. read more

  • I Reject the feminist label

    Latest supporter submission:

    I am not a feminist even though I know that not all feminists are man-haters, don’t care about men’s rights, or believe in female superiority
    Because I do not want to be a part of a group that includes too many people who do believe any of the above.

    I am not a feminist even though I know that some dictionaries define feminism simply as “equality”
    Because I do not want to be a part of a movement where too many of their actions do not match this definition.

    I am not a feminist even though I know that some feminist movements have fought for gender equity and helped give women the same rights as men
    Because I do not want to be a part of the current movement that includes unjust ideas like “rape culture.”

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  • Feminism is NOT about equality

    What modern feminists refuse to admit is that feminism is only one side of a two-sided coin of inequality. A “movement” that advocates for the rights of one gender over another is sexist and inequal by nature… If feminists were striving for equality, then they wouldn’t be FEMinists. That’s just deductive reasoning. Being against feminism means that you’re truly for equality.

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