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  1. (first of all, sorry for my english). Hi, women.

    I would like to let you know that I did write a book called “¿Machista yo?” in Spain, published by SELEER, where I critizise the gender feminism. In Spain there is actually no books of this type. I just ask you for your suport, though I really don’t know how. Doesn’t matter, I love your work.

    The blog of the book (all in spanish, of course):
    http://machista-yo.blogspot.com.es/

    Thank you.

  2. Hi, my name is Mathias. Im in 8th grade, and I come from a school in Denmark. I’d like to ask some of the staff, (maybe just some other women against feminism), some questions regarding feminism. I’m using it for a project, and I’d really appreciate it.

    If you’re offering help, please either contact my e-mail or add my skype. The skype username is spejder-bio.

    Thanks a lot
    -Mathias

  3. This website supports the idea of being against misandry, NOT against feminism. Feminism is all about “EQUALITY” OF THE SEXES. If anyone labels themselves as being feminist and supports anything in the direction of misandry, then they are not what they say they are. They cross the line between feminism and misandry. Please understand this. I am all for complete equality, gender inequality is a real social problem. I would know, I have real experience with it daily, and I am in a social problems class in college currently. I am a proud feminist who supports all of its ideals, I do not support misandry.

  4. Hello

    My name is Renee Begin I am a junior in high school and my partner and I are doing a project on anti feminism. I was wondering if anyone from this organization would be able to answer a couple questions about the topic. Please let me know

    Thanks
    Renee Begin

  5. Hi,

    I would like to inform you about our upcoming global event called UptoFaith! This flashmob is organized to stand for natural family model, and is organized at once with the The World Congress of Families which is held in Budapest, HU this year. How to take part? Go to uptofaith.com where you can find all the info about the flashmob! 🙂

    regards,
    Rose

    • A home-maker that still believes her working female friends should get the same pay as working men

      First of all, it sounds like really what you’re against is man-hating and unfortunately it seems like you’ve all fallen into the mindset that feminism is synonymous with such a thing. The truth is, modern feminism is not just about women wanting to be equal to men but also giving men the right to comfortably get in touch with what is known as their ‘feminine’ side.

      Secondly, if you all really think that we should accept and appreciate how far we’ve come (as written in one article on this site), I’d like to ask if you would accept being told outright that you will be making a lower rate of pay because you are working a so-called ‘women’s department’ rather than what you would be making while working a so-called ‘man’s department’ in a certain popular store all over America. Because if you’re willing to accept that, then I question your sanity.

  6. hi everyone! i’m just here to say, as a young woman of colour, this blog piqued my interest especially because of the controversial views here. i am not here to leave hate or simply insult or leave criticism, but try to better understand what this site is trying to promote.

    in one of the articles i read, it was about a woman not believing in marching and protesting against the president of the united states, donald trump. understandably, this was written quite a while back; however, i still do feel the need to address this situation. protesting is a show of people’s power. during many events in history, protesting was the gateway to the rights we have today. rather than sitting at home, admitting defeat or quote on quote, “giving him a chance,” many of us decided to take to the streets to display the lack of support for the misogynistic, homophobic, racist and under-qualified president. peaceful protesting does no harm to anyone except for those who don’t share the same values as the others. just wanted to point that out.

    just to provide a few examples of where protesting has done the trick:
    – SUFFRAGE PARADE – basic political rights for females– which we most likely wouldn’t have, if it wasn’t for this peaceful protest– and just to prove a post wrong, where it was written that “marching and chanting isn’t going to do a damn thing,” it sure as hell did in the 1930s.
    – SALT MARCH – a quite historical event in india’s history, lead by mahatma gandhi. and although this march did not immediately affect the country, it was a driving milestone for india’s independence.

    i do not want to come off as rude or bashing your site in any way. i’m just… confused. because in many ways, i see this site where many people who twist the definition of feminism. many writers here categorize modern feminism as girls wearing “pink va-jay-jay hats and screaming profanities at men.” which in return, wants me to categorize this site as “women who are opposing stereotypes but creating them, themselves.” just because writers on this site do not understand what equality means, does not mean that feminists don’t either.

    this site preaches “UNITY” among feminists, but by completely classifying yourselves as “ANTI-FEMINISTS,” you’re only creating more division. if we’re talking stereotypes, then yes, i am a modern-day feminist. but no, i do not scream profanities at men, or in any way, shape or form “victimize” my gender. modern feminism does not mean we will “suppress” your sons– because that’s not what equality is, for pete’s sake.

    and as written in another article, apparently we shouldn’t be asking for equal rights, and except, appreciate and acknowledge how far we’ve come. so i guess i’m sorry for wanting/ deserving equal pay and respect. terribly sorry. oh wait, this is probably coming off as a victimization of my gender. oops, sorry again.

    (and this is a response to another two articles, which were obviously written by women who worried that their sons wouldn’t have higher ground over women when they entered the workforce) i’d like to quote someone from twitter (and you’re probably groaning now, because it’s probably going to be something that bashes your belief– and it totally is), but just as @FUCCI said–

    “when you’re accustomed to privilege, equality feels like discrimination.”

    *mic drop*

    i’d love to hear what you’d like to say, so please, feel free to contact me <3

    articles i am responding to:
    http://womenagainstfeminism.com/misandrist-culture/
    http://womenagainstfeminism.com/this-woman-does-not-support-the-womens-march/
    http://womenagainstfeminism.com/9-reasons-why-i-cant-stand-modern-day-feminists/

    – written by a brown girl/ automotive engineering student/ all girls secondary school graduate/ twenty-year old/ someone who's categorized as wearing a pink va-jay-jay hat/ modern-day feminist/ NOT ALL OF US ARE MISANDRY SUPPORTERS OH MY LORDDDD/ also sorry for any typos <3

  7. A home-maker that still believes her working female friends should get the same pay as working men

    First of all, it sounds like really what you’re against is man-hating and unfortunately it seems like you’ve all fallen into the mindset that feminism is synonymous with such a thing. The truth is, modern feminism is not just about women wanting to be equal to men but also giving men the right to comfortably get in touch with what is known as their ‘feminine’ side.

    Secondly, if you all really think that we should accept and appreciate how far we’ve come (as written in one article on this site), I’d like to ask if you would accept being told outright that you will be making a lower rate of pay because you are working a so-called ‘women’s department’ rather than what you would be making while working a so-called ‘man’s department’ in a certain popular store all over America. Because if you’re willing to accept that, then I question your sanity.

  8. Hello
    I´m a student from Spain in first year of university. I´m currently working on a project against feminism and I need academic sources/articles. Can anyone give me a hand?

    Thanks

  9. Hello my name is Carolyn Paxton, I go to a Portland Public School (PPS)
    It just so happens that I am making a documentary, one on the subject of woman’s representation in media. Most of the opinions I have received are entirely different from the ones I have seen here. It would be my absolute pleasure to have you in my documentary. If anyone of your associates would be open to interview via Skype I would be delighted! We could work out all of the details in further emails if this would be possible for you.
    Awaiting your response,
    Carolyn Paxton

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