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1. They constantly victimize my gender, and I find it insulting.
Treating women like victims instead of empowering them does nothing but hold us back. I don’t feel disadvantaged as a woman and I don’t need other women making me feel like a victim when I’m not.
2. They try to convince me that I’m a feminist when I tell them I’m not.
“Oh you’re not a feminist? So you don’t believe in equal rights for men and women?”
“No. That’s not what I said.”
“Well if you believe in equality, then you are a feminist.” Read More
Name: K. Athena Brown
Sex: Transgender female
Orientation: Attracted to women
Location: Portland, Oregon
Background: biomechanics, nutrition science, mental health
Country of Origin: United States Read More
This article was written by Rose-Marie Paradis from our Women Against Feminism Facebook Group. Her first language is French. Check her twitter out at rmpwriter and this is her Facebook Page or you can message her here.
I am a men’s rights activist woman. I’m a egalitarian, but here, in developed countries, evidence shows that men don’t have as much rights as most people think they have, and not as many as women have.
One of the most important one is…
Bodily Autonomy. Read More
It’s about time we end the Women’s Day Off
if we want men to stay alive
A few weeks ago feminists came up with what they seem to think is a novel idea: that women should take a day off from their duties in order to show the world what an important role women fulfill in society. The idea has been widely criticized as its motives and aims seem as obscure as those of the attendees of recently held women’s marches in the US and Europe. It is unclear to anyone about what these women are protesting and what they are aiming to achieve. Read More
Latest Supporter Submission:
To begin, its important that my readers know that I am anti-feminism. Being anti-feminism does not define me as a human being. I am also many other things. I am not particularly fond of being considered an “anti-feminist”. I’d rather be considered “pro equality”. Feminists are people (many of whom are good friends of mine) who I believe mean well but have bought into a deeply flawed and harmful ideology. They believe that they are doing good things for women and our world as a whole. I cannot agree with that, but I am not trying to villainize individual people who follow this movement. I am working to deconstruct, disassemble and replace feminism with an egalitarian, gender neutral campaign to help all people, regardless of gender, race or sexual orientation.
But, you might say… feminism IS pro equality already. Feminism already has whats best for both men and women in mind when it funds ad campaigns and charity events, creates social media content and when it heavily influences public policy. Feminism MEANS equality.
I strongly disagree and I’ll tell you why. Read More
Latest Supporter Submission:
This photo was shared by Upworthy, and while I completely agree with the text in the photo I agreed even more with the first comment on their facebook page about this photo.
The comment was this: “I used to be a supporter of gay rights, but I’m finally getting to a point where I am no longer a supporter of that, and I think society is too. Now I am to the point where I’m just