feminist hate group

Feminism Is a Hate Group

When some of the most prominent feminists and famous women make openly hateful anti-male statements, and the mainstream feminist organizations say and do nothing to distance themselves from such public statements, then it’s clear that the hatred of men has an accepted place in mainstream feminism.

Does this seem like a harsh assessment of feminism? Perhaps.

Is it true? Absolutely.

One of the main problems with “feminism” is that it exploits the legitimate claims of equal rights as a cloak to usher in its divisive, hateful and neurotic interests. Interests that are plainly anti-male and not at all about equal rights.

For example, here are some quotes from famous feminists.

  • “I feel that ‘man-hating’ is an honourable and viable political act, that the oppressed have a right to class-hatred against the class that is oppressing them.”  – Robin Morgan, Ms. Magazine Editor
  • “To call a man an animal is to flatter him; he’s a machine, a walking dildo.”  -– Valerie Solanas
  • “I want to see a man beaten to a bloody pulp with a high-heel shoved in his mouth, like an apple in the mouth of a pig.” — Andrea Dworkin
  • “Rape is nothing more or less than a conscious process of intimidation by which all men keep all women in a state of fear” — Susan Brownmiller
  • “The more famous and powerful I get the more power I have to hurt men.” — Sharon Stone
  • “In a patriarchal society, all heterosexual intercourse is rape because women, as a group, are not strong enough to give meaningful consent.” — Catherine MacKinnon
  • “The proportion of men must be reduced to and maintained at approximately 10% of the human race.” — Sally Miller Gearhart
  • “Men who are unjustly accused of rape can sometimes gain from the experience.” – Catherine Comins
  • “All men are rapists and that’s all they are” — Marilyn French
  • “Probably the only place where a man can feel really secure is in a maximum security prison, except for the imminent threat of release.” — Germaine Greer.

The quotations above are from Kelly Mac’s blog. Kelly is ‘a woman against feminism’ because of its anti-male agenda. You can read more of Kelly Mac’s blog at http://awomanagainstfeminism.blogspot.com/

Kelly sums it up nicely:

If you’re going to say feminism is not a man-hating movement, I’m going to have to insist that you provide links either to sites showing feminists condemning the statements listed above, or feminists telling women to respect men as men.

UPDATE:

It is amazing how so many people continue to turn a blind-eye to the harm that feminism is doing – typically excusing it with something along the lines of “but… Not all feminists are like that!”. Perhaps it’s a state of denial – such as when discovering what you had hoped was true is in fact a lie. Here is some relevant YouTube commentary that further discusses the above.

 

 

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John Rambo May 8, 2013 at 3:55 pm

BOYCOTT AMERICAN WOMEN
Why American men should not marry American women

http://boycottamericanwomen.blogspot.com/

I am an American man, and I have decided to boycott American women. In a nutshell, American women are the most likely to cheat on you, to divorce you, to get fat, to steal half of your money in the divorce courts, don’t know how to cook or clean, don’t want to have children, etc. Therefore, what intelligent man would want to get involved with American women?

American women are generally immature, selfish, extremely arrogant and self-centered, mentally unstable, irresponsible, and highly unchaste. The behavior of most American women is utterly disgusting, to say the least.

This blog is my attempt to explain why I feel American women are inferior to foreign women (non-American women), and why American men should boycott American women, and date/marry only foreign (non-American) women.

I encourage ALL American men to NEVER MARRY American women, and date/marry only foreign (non-American) women.

A few more reasons to stay away from American women?

-30 percent of American women take psychiatric drugs.
-25 percent of women under the age of 30 have at least one STD.
-85 percent of divorces in America are INITIATED by women, thus women are responsible for the vast majority of divorces.
-70 percent of criminals in America were raised by single mothers, thus feminism is responsible for most crime in America.
-60 percent of American women are fat, overweight, according to government statistics

If you want to get married, find a nice foreign girl from Asia, or South America, or Russia/Eastern Europe. DO NOT MARRY AN AMERICAN WOMAN UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES!

Give American women the husband they deserve- NONE!

BOYCOTT AMERICAN WOMEN!

Jake May 8, 2013 at 5:51 pm

Hey, I think you’re striking a bit low if I may be so bold. To concrete my stance I’ll use this Christian quote “Hate the Sin but love the Sinner” What I mean by this is that Feminism has been twisted from it’s original viewpoint to more of a male hating area. However this has only happened by extremists for instance no all Muslims are bad. It’s only Al-Qida and other extremist groups that are giving Muslims a bad name. In my viewpoint feminism started off well. However it has now been corrupted by extremists and given a bad name because of their corrupt actions.

OzzieMatt May 8, 2013 at 6:31 pm

I did laugh quite a few times while reading this post.

I laughed because you are – generally speaking – right.

I have never been to the U.S. but it is pretty obvious that what you say is true.

I am Australian and I would say that Australian women are very similar to American women – unfortunately.

The Feminist agenda has all but taken over in Australia and it is having very detrimental effects on everyone but especially boys and men.

By every measurable statistic, boys and men in the West are now worse off than women. All statistical evidence supports this – despite what the spin doctors say. And yet the feminist agenda continues to play the victim card and demand special treatment to further their selfish goals.

Miss Anne Thrope May 8, 2013 at 6:56 pm

Hmmm, I’m an American woman and the only thing on that list that applies to me is not wanting to have children… but that is largely because I think it’s lunacy to bring a child into THIS world. I mean… can you really argue with me? I’m glad my husband didn’t go overseas instead of marrying me.

I agree that a lot of this applies to a LOT of American Women but boycotting ALL American women regardless of whether or not they fit that mold is punishing the innocent with the guilty.

Miss Anne Thrope May 8, 2013 at 6:56 pm

I should also add that my husband ALSO does not want children.

John (admin) May 8, 2013 at 7:42 pm

@John Rambo, I understand your frustration, but be careful you don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater. ie. Don’t get lazy and just give up. As I’ve said, time and again, the problem is feminism’s neurotic and divisive agenda that’s causing these problems – not “all women”. Look around and you’ll increasingly find a lot of decent women speaking up now too – often far more aggressively and effectively than a lot of men. Check the Blogroll in the left margin.
PS. You are aware that there are feminist men too?

Bruce May 4, 2013 at 9:45 am

What these feminists don’t realize is:
If it wasn’t for the men of this world, they wouldn’t have a cause.
They would have to find something else to blame, hate and abuse.

Miss Anne Thrope May 4, 2013 at 8:12 pm

Feminists are basically ruining life for the few decent women left because few men are willing to trust any woman anymore, even if she’s as anti-feminist as they are… because talk is cheap.

LocoViejo May 1, 2013 at 7:11 am

Well obviously you’re also not a historian, because all of your quotes are over 30 years old and all of them are taken out of context. The Sally Gearheart quote, for example, comes from a work of science fiction. Valerie Solanas was a schizophrenic – literally. To quote her as proof that feminists hate men is like quoting Charlie Manson as proof that men hate women.

Too bad your case relies on the ignorance of your audience. I just stumbled on this site during a google search. What a waste of bandwidth.

Will May 1, 2013 at 10:02 pm

Loco you’re a nutette in perfect keeping with what we men have seen for decades: you mysandrous women are flat out living in a fantasy world where women actually believe they are the more intelligent and more moral than men. Nonsense. How is believing that patriarchy is harmful where you owe patriarchy for every modern convinience you enjoy–like writing your nonsense on a computer invented by men. And more moral than men? You’ve murdered tens of millions of our children on the alter of your pathetic selfishness. But you and your foolish kind will not listen to truth until the only correction humanity has ever endured to be useful which is to take the overabundant wealth men have created that allows women to pretend they are independent of men. When the wealth is gone, then you will know from where your very life depends. No doubt you are too stupid to recognize the truth because of your ungratefulness to men.

John (admin) May 1, 2013 at 11:58 pm

All of the quoted feminists, regardless of era or mental health, are still held in good stead within the feminist community and are referenced by feminists whenever it suits their agenda. Quotes from literature represent feminist literature that is required reading in some Women’s Studies courses – so it’s entirely appropriate that they appear in the list too.

Perhaps you could spend some of your precious bandwidth on educating yourself on some of your local or contemporary feminists. Many hold positions of power and influence and their anti-male posture is quite obvious. Here’s just a few ideas to help you get started: politicians (e.g. Harriet Harman), university professors (e.g. Sheila Jeffreys), lawyers (e.g. Mary N. Kellet), etc. If you get bored with that then you could also download a 166MB sample of hate-based feminist material sourced from online forums.

Miss Anne Thrope May 4, 2013 at 12:15 am

It seems many feminists are schizophrenic or have some other serious mental illness going on. And yet… the other feminists ignore all that.

The thing you need to understand about third wave feminism is… they understand that a lot of women are seriously turned off by second wave feminism so they like to present themselves as a softer, kinder, feminism, but they aren’t. They’re just feminism’s PR arm.

John (admin) May 4, 2013 at 12:36 am

Welcome Anne! You have a great blog.

Miss Anne Thrope May 4, 2013 at 12:42 am

Thanks, John, you too! I’ve actually lurked here a couple of times before.

ashton April 27, 2013 at 2:25 pm

Thank you for restoring men’s faith is the still existence of the kindness and fairness in women. I, as an ant-feminism man will respect you and your absolutely equal rights to all men in every aspect f life, far more than i do a feminist.

Ari April 27, 2013 at 8:20 am

You misunderstand and generalize what it means to be a feminist. I consider myself a feminist, and I’m also very interested in men, and the difficulties men face in this society. I know many women who feel this way as well, who have husbands and sons, and brothers and fathers, and want life to be fair for them as well. I simply want what most men want, to be able to live my life without fear of violence, without fear of prejudice and discrimination because of my gender. I wasn’t allowed to get a driver’s license or go to college, and I was told I was selfish and full of myself for wanting more than to get married and have children. I have worked jobs where I made 1/3 of what a man with the same title made. I’m not saying that men don’t have to deal with similar or even different issues. I don’t hate men. And, I’m glad that there are some laws to protect me now, even if I still have to deal with issues related to my gender. Across the world, girls and their teachers are attacked and even killed for pursuing some of the basic rights I enjoy. Do I think that in some instances the US legal system treats men unfairly? Yes. So do many women I know. My wanting to be treated fairly does not mean that I don’t want men to be treated fairly, both in their homes and out in the world. I’m a feminist because I want sons and daughters to grow up to love and respect themselves, and to love and respect others.

John (admin) April 27, 2013 at 9:57 am

Re: “I’m a feminist because I want sons and daughters…”
- If that was true then you’d be a humanist. You’re not fooling anyone, you’re just kidding yourself.

OzzieMatt April 27, 2013 at 5:51 pm

There are a few problems with your reasoning.
Feminism is about women. The name says it all. To say anything else is a delusion or a lie.
Not sure what century you live in where you couldn’t get your driver’s licence or go to college as a woman. That’s not patriarchy or male privilege. That’s just a backward family.
I know boys who have been purposely excluded from university because of their gender. Girls now make up 60% of places and a higher percentage of graduates. Boys are bullied from the get-go in primary schools in western countries by female teachers and a feminist system.
I know boys who have been told they are too “immature” or “reckless” to get their driver’s licence because the feminist movement has purposely and systematically spewed out propaganda and lies that all men are dangerous and violent. I know insurance companies that give discounts to women. Get real. If anybody is discriminated against – it’s boys.
And you may have earned a third of the men you worked with for the job but this wouldn’t be true in most cases and in which case there are plenty of laws in place to stop this. There are many reasons why some women earn less than men. This isn’t 1960 anymore.
And if you have issues with what is happening in other countries, then go there and fight for those girls rights.
Feminism is not about equality. As a self-proclaimed feminist you might say you are and think you are for ‘equality’, but the movement as a whole is not Look at all western government statistics on health, crime, education employment and domestic violence and you will see what the feminist movement has done to boys and men. The movement is now about domination of one group over another, i.e. women over men = a hate group.

Mac April 29, 2013 at 5:27 pm

Ari, for me, I have issues with Mainstream and Radical Feminism, which is approximation over 80% of Identified Feminists (per feministfacts.tumblr.com). Your posting would be more in line of the less than 20%. So as I do see that “Not all Feminists are like that” your still a very small minority of them who are not like at.

I also see that if you identify yourself with one group over another, you are either intentionally or unintentionally neglecting the other groups rights, needs and issues. It is very hard not to, it is a part of Human nature. I would say anyone who truly believes in equal rights and not entailment or preference to one group or another, should be Humanists. The only way you can be fore everyone’s rights, is if your on a team that does not begin with segregation the groups. (i.e. Feminists/MRAs)

In my opinion, men and women are complementary, not better or worst then the other. Each needs each other to be successful. Men do some things better then women, women do some things better then men. This whole “Women are smarter” or “Can do all a man can do with high heels” is just B.S. I would like to see a group of Feminists work at a coal mine for a month, and tell me if they can do everything a man can do, much less better and with high heels. Same can say for a bunch of guys in a daycare with 50 to 60 kids all under the age of 6. They would get eaten alive. Care givers and teachers are very much underpaid, but I for one do not under appreciate the tasks it takes to do those jobs.

Mainstream and Radical Feminism is hurting Men, Women and mostly our Children. We need to stop it for the sake of our future generations.

Pvblivs April 30, 2013 at 9:50 pm

The problem isn’t so much that feminism neglects men’s rights. The problem is that feminism is hostile to men’s rights. When a meeting or discussion is organized to talk about the problems that face men — maybe even look for solutions, feminists show up protesting and calling it misogyny.

No one can tend to every worthy cause at all times, nor do I expect anyone to do so. I would not have a problem with feminism if it simply ignored men’s issues.

OzzieMatt April 25, 2013 at 8:44 pm

Absolutely. Masculinity is all part of patriarchy which, according to feminism, is to blame for everything wrong with the world totally ignoring the fact that many women were complicit in historical wrongs and that many women were more privileged than men. This selective historical blindness is mind-boggling.

John (admin) April 25, 2013 at 9:28 pm

I think you’ll find that ‘the Patriarchy’ is a concept invented by feminists to collectively identify men as an oppressor class. Feminism cannot exist without women being considered as victims – and you cannot have a victim without an oppressor – and so feminists invented ‘the Patriarchy’ as a large and vague target that could be conveniently morphed to suit the feminist agenda as required.

For example, generally it suits feminists to define ‘the Patriarchy’ as “a system designed by men to benefit men while oppressing women” – hence the need for feminism to fight for women’s rights (and only women’s rights). However, when you point out that there are a lot of injustices and problems facing men and boys, feminists will shift and say “You see! The Patriarchy hurts men too!”.

So which is it? Is ‘the Patriarchy’ a system *designed* to benefit men, or does it hurt men?

Miss Anne Thrope May 4, 2013 at 12:20 am

I like patriarchy. It’s how we aren’t living out in caves with lions trying to eat us. Patriarchy… yay. It’s basically a structure that protects the women and children. Have some people abused that? Yes, but women in power abuse, too. Elizabeth Bathory is a prime example. What a psychotic witch.

Mac April 23, 2013 at 3:51 pm

I agree, mainstream and radical feminism today is an oppressive and brutal ideolodgy that is focused on destrying traditional relashonships and to use shaming, violence and misrepresentation of facts to control the masses.

Peter April 23, 2013 at 9:13 am

In Western countries we are way beyond the point of equal rights for men and woman. Women have a much better legal protection than men and the wrong type of woman uses this in her advantage.

To set the tone:
When man and woman meet the men are trying toget laid, while the women are trying to get paid.

Yes, the opening of a current movie, but also very much true and sad.

OzzieMatt April 18, 2013 at 8:06 pm

Why should we allow ‘feminism’ to control men and their issues at all?
Feminism by its very definition is about women.
I disagree completely with Gabriella above. She is either blind or biased.
Anyone with an ounce of brains can see what is happening.
I think the other poster is right that somewhere in the 80s and 90s feminism lost its way. To continue to ‘fight’ for women’s rights when there is no need is greedy and despite what Gabriella says there is a prevalent hatred of everything masculine in Western culture that is having disastrous effect of the lives of boys and men. This blog is not irresponsible. I can’t believe someone would say that. This blog is a necessary reaction to what is happening. There are many human rights being abused. Men are having their children stolen from them by family courts. Boys and men are killing themselves in higher and higher numbers. Why? Boys and failing in education and all we hear about is great girls are doing. It is great that girls are doing so well but to ignore the many problems boys face is a disgrace.

OzzieMatt April 18, 2013 at 8:18 pm

And for feminists to fight to stop men having their voices heard about important issues they face as human beings, is beyond words.
As others have said, to demonize men even further because they have issues and need them to be addressed, well, it speaks for itself and shows their true nature.

Pvblivs April 22, 2013 at 8:16 am

Feminism didn’t “lose it’s way.” It showed its true colors.

OzzieMatt April 18, 2013 at 7:01 am

Great stuff here.
It is a relief to read the truth.
Feminism is a hate group. There is no other way to describe it.
Feminist rubbish has slowly but surely found its way into every aspect of Australian life. Many of the gains for women in terms of real equal rights are something Australia should be proud of. I’m glad women have the same opportunities as men. But what we see now is not equality. But many people have been brainwashed into a hatred of everything masculine – as you say above. I watched in disbelief when our prime minister pointed the finger at all Australian boys and men and said we are all violent rapists. I reject these hateful accusations. How can she be allowed to lie to the community like that? As if women never commit acts of domestic violence? Most of the women I’ve known are built like Mallee bulls and are pretty good with a back hand. What kind of effect is this kind of hate having on young boys in Australia? I am not surprised that Australia has a shockingly high rate of young men committing suicide. But this is just the tip of the iceberg. Thanks for writing this. I much prefer to hear the truth, no matter how painful it is to hear.

Adam April 16, 2013 at 9:28 pm

Here’s the reality. Feminism in theory asserts that it is concerned with achieving gender equality, social, political economic etc. However the theory is completely at odds with its practice, which aims for compulsory gender entitlement at the expense of men. For several decades, feminist ideology has luxuriated within the benefit of shaping as well as monopolizing virtually all discussions on gender in the UK and USA. For a very long time, feminist ideology also had the benefit of rarely having its practice objectively examined not its manner of statistical research sincerely scrutinized. Well meaning, albeit misguided individuals within academia and media in seeking to appease feminists simply accepted the academic and non-academic narrative on gender, feminist were able with impunity shape over several decades. And this narrative essentially created a range of rationalizations, assertions and perception engineering to promote within as much of the social consciousness as possible the man=bad woman=good paradigm.

This perception engineering has been very successful because, 1. Any man attempting to refute it on any level, feminist quickly proclaimed he is a misogynist and conducting a “war on women.” 2. The essential belief that if a woman conducted a violent act on a man however unprovoked or petty, that somehow he must have deserved it regardless of objective proof. 3. Acts of fraud, violence, including mutilation, false allegations by women are framed as empowering and therefore justified. 4.The neat feminist trick of developing shaming language against men along with the rote assertion that any justified critique on feminist ideology means the person, typically male is “uninformed”

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Gabriela Costa Unda April 9, 2013 at 12:03 pm

I think you are actually really uninformed. There is a branch of feminism that also address men oppression (related with masculinity issues). I think you should think better before making assertions and creating a blog like this. However, I also respect your freedom of speech. I think you can disagree with some people that emphatize with feminism, but attacking the idea in such an uninformed way is somehow, if not entirely, irresponsible. You cannot deny the historical existence of women oppression. And you cannot deny the necessity of fighting oppression. I am a feminist, and that does not mean at all hating men. I am open to chat with you so I can answer your questions. Confusing “feminism” with “hating men” or with “sexism” (I admit there can be sexist women, which means, women who feel superior than men because of their biological sex) is not just inaccurate but also perverse and harmful to sex/gender equality struggle.

wjdude April 9, 2013 at 5:00 pm

No one is uninformed here. Look at the proof that men are being oppressed in most society’s today. It’s right there in front of all of our faces. Take a few minutes to look around you the next time you’re in a public place. Watch how a female customer service person treats a man compared to yourself or another woman. Utter disdain is all I get as a male. And I’m polite, well mannered, dress well and am told I’m a very nice looking man. Modestly speaking of course.

Feminism, at one time, stood for the equal treatment and rights of women due to oppression. Granted. However, the tables have turned and now men don’t have the same rights as women. And please don’t tell me that we do until you’ve walked even a half a mile in my males shoes.

Thank you

John (admin) April 9, 2013 at 5:29 pm

This article has been up for years and yet no-one has been able to meet the challenge given near the end of the article.
i.e. “If you’re going to say feminism is not a man-hating movement, I’m going to have to insist that you provide links either to sites showing feminists condemning the statements listed above, or feminists telling women to respect men as men.”

In the real world, away from dictionary definitions of “feminism”, here’s a recent example of how feminists respond to a simple event organized to discuss men’s issues: The hatred and intolerance from these feminists is obvious. You can see more videos of this event here. This is not an isolated incident. There have been many other such recent events and they’re on Youtube too.

Do you see the irony? Feminists – who claim to support men’s issues too – are vigorously protesting discussion of men’s issues.

So please, by all means, post information about the branch of feminism that you claim is concerned about men’s issues. BTW (and I hope this is obvious), blaming ‘the patriarchy’ is not addressing men’s issues. A video link showing feminists supporting men’s rights would be awesome – just one will do.

As for the rest of your comment – please read the ‘About’ page on this site (top menu bar). PS. Do you even look at the other comments?

Mac April 9, 2013 at 7:21 pm

Gabriela Costa Unda,

I understand what your saying, however, most feminist groups do not address men’s rights or issues. During WWII, many of the German solders tried to help out when they could without getting caught. They were Nazis, but did not go alone with the ideals of Hitler. When they were caught, they were executed. Now one could say to someone that blames the Nazi power for million of deaths, and say “Well not all Nazis are like that”.

Now the Black Panther Party did a lot for human rights, some parts of the group were racists, and the FBI falsely blamed them for things they never did to tarnish the name and destroy to party. Now since some of them were bad people, are we going to call the whole group bad? No, because they did a lot to help get people to understand that we are all human, and should have the same rights. Nothing more, nothing less.

So until MOST FEMINISTS are trying to truly help with equal rights, your not going to get the response you would like.

Jason Picton April 25, 2013 at 6:45 pm

The only males that feminism try to protect and promote are gay men, feminism completely despises the normal heterosexual masculinity of males. Feminism will claim it is protecting men by allowing them and promoting them to be less male and act more like females, feminists fear the natural strengths of maleness completely.

Brett Ezure May 3, 2013 at 4:55 am

100%. They’re trying to nullify the strengths of men to achieve equality… that’s just stupid. It seems they don’t want to acknowledge that heterosexual women are not attracted to feminised men. Women have long been complaining saying “Where are all the good men”, and blaming men for their body image woes when women find 80% of men to be below average in looks, and somewhere in the remaining 20% they want to find a someone that suits all their crazy prerequisites!? Feminism has done more damage to women than it has granted freedoms. It’s a curse.

ada1969 May 6, 2013 at 11:20 pm

They hate gay men too. I was discriminated against and denied opportunities by feminists and other supposed open-minded liberals.

OzzieMatt May 8, 2013 at 6:41 pm

Yes, I think you’re right about that. Gay men are – on the surface – supported more under by the Matriarchy but when push comes to shove, the feminists will always favor women first. Gay men are still in fact men and as such will be worse off under a Matriarchy. When the feminist agenda actively monopolizes health funding so that zero funding goes to prostate cancer, gay men suffer as much as straight men.

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