Misogyny Is Like Racism

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One of the sad facts of this “woke” world is that Misogyny is like Racism; certain sorts, for their own purposes, “Humpty Dumpty” the term. I.e., those sorts will and do ignore any normative, objective definition of “Misogyny” in favor of their own agenda-driven interpretation of it. Anything is else is rejected.

You see, in the minds of feminists, you don’t have to hate or dislike women to be a misogynist.

All it takes for these sorts to label you as a misogynist is for you to fail to fully agree with whatever the current “point” is that any feminist is trying to make at that moment. It doesn’t even take any act – by word, deed, or facial expression/body language – to be labeled as such. It only takes not making it perfectly clear that you wholeheartedly and with guilt and shame in your heart agree with the point being made.

My initial question was “Is misogyny simply hatred toward women?” The answer is a loud and clear “no.” A misogynist is not simply a person who hates women, it’s a person who does, or would, hate women who are not subordinate, women with power and status, women who can stand up for themselves and make their own decisions.

Berit Brogaard D.M.Sci., Ph.D
“What is Misogyny, Anyway?”

And yes, this womyn isn’t really a crackpot. She’s a regular contributor to Psychology Today, which is generally considered a respectable professional outlet. Hence, since she’s so published, one can’t claim that hers is an outlier position at all. This is the mainstream feminist position.

And, of course, it’s Dr. Broggard’s sort who are the sole arbiters of what hating women who are not subordinate, women with power and status, women who can stand up for themselves and make their own decisions looks like. Indeed, they only accept their own definitions for: hate, power, status, standing up for themselves, and making their own decisions.

As in all such “Social Justice” matters, Humpty Dumpty reigns supreme.

And They Do Say It’s All Men

Yes, You can forget any idea of claiming to any of this sort that you’re not one of the minority of men who behaves badly towards women. Just being a man is enough to taint you with misogyny. You’re only “out” is to prove to them that you’re ashamed of yourself, your gender, and society; agree with all their points; and are taking concrete steps to further womyn’s success at the cost of your own and other men’s.

Manne tosses out the common thinking that misogyny is equivalent to despising all women, and instead offers that it’s a way to keep women in their place. Misogyny, she writes, is “the system that operates within a patriarchal social order to police and enforce women’s subordination and to uphold male dominance.” Like a shock collar used to keep dogs behind an invisible fence, misogyny, she argues, aims to keep women—those who are well trained as well as those who are unruly—in line. The power of Manne’s definition comes from its ability to bring together various behaviors and events under one umbrella.

— “Kate Manne: The Shock Collar That Is Misogyny

Yes, it’s another call to action to end the “Patriarchy.” So, of course, #YesAllMen are guilty of being complicit in it just by the very fact that they’re men. In their minds, all men were born and raised as misogynists, meaning that all men are complicit but no man can be innocent.

Some evidence of this from Everyday Feminism:

Dear Well-Meaning Men Who Believe Themselves to Be Safe, Thereby Legitimizing the “Not All Men” Argument,

Let’s start here, even though this should go without saying: We don’t think that all men are inherently abusive or dangerous. Plenty of men aren’t. There are men that we love very much – men around whom we feel mostly safe and unthreatened; men who, in fact, support, respect, and take care of us on familial, platonic, romantic, and sexual levels. Not every man has violated us individually; for most of us, there are plenty of men that we trust. We know what you mean by “not all men” – because, on a basic level, we agree with you.

But the socialization of men is such that even a good man – a supportive man, a respectful man, a trusted man – has within him the potential for violence and harm because these behaviors are normalized through patriarchy.

And as such, we know that even the men that we love, never mind random men who we don’t know, have the potential to be dangerous. Surely, all people have that potential. But in a world divided into the oppressed and the oppressors, the former learn to fear the latter as a defense mechanism.

So when you enter a space – any space – as a man, you carry with yourself the threat of harm.

Of course, in most cases, it’s not a conscious thing. We don’t think that most men move through the world thinking about how they can hurt us. We don’t believe The Patriarchy™ to be a boardroom full of men posing the question “How can we fuck over gender minorities today?” You would be hard-pressed to find a feminist who actively believes that.

But what makes (yes) all men potentially unsafe – what makes (yes) all men suspect in the eyes of feminism – is the normalized violating behaviors that they’ve learned, which they then perform uncritically.

Make no mistake: When you use the phrase “not all men” – or otherwise buy into the myth of it – you’re giving yourself and others a pass to continue performing the socially sanctioned violence of “masculinity” without consequence, whether or not that’s your intention.

In truth, the only thing approaching defiance against this kind of violence is to constantly check and question your own learned entitlement – and that of other men. But you can’t do that if you’re stuck in the space of believing that “not all men” is a valid argument.

So we wanted to call you in, well-meaning men, to talk about these four points that you’re missing when you claim “not all men” as a way to eschew responsibility for patriarchal oppression.

Because it is all men, actually.

Aaminah Khan & Melissa A. Fabello
Think It’s #NotAllMen? These 4 Facts Prove You’re Just Plain Wrong

It’s really just an example of how exactly misogyny is like racism. It’s a nebulous thing, defined solely by those who feel that they’re victims of it or who are those people’s “allies,” and is set up specifically and deliberately as a inherent, endemic, and profound systemic problem that labels huge groups of individuals as being complicit while allow none to escape it taint.

Men don’t even have to do anything to be treated as oppressors. We always carry with us the “threat of harm.”

Oh yeah! And don’t – as I been doing the whole post-issue forth any dissent whatsoever from the feminists’ doctrine and dogma. As the 1st Extrapolation (moving it out of internet comments) of Lewis’ Law states: comments about feminism justify feminism.

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Silence Of The Sheep

Silence Of The Sheep
Silence Of The Sheep

Silence Of The Sheep aptly sums up the fact that almost none of the Left will ever speak out against the actual misbehavior of either other Leftists or those sorts that they consistently pander to- and enable.

But then, there is a limit to how much an American can rightly blame them for their sheepish silence. The Left, especially those flying the war banners of Social Justice, are even more sociopathic and cannibalistic than Hannibal Lecter. Hence, not signally total belief in- and acceptance of the Left’s manifesto is too dangerous for them.

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Why Socialism? Blame Race!

Why Socialism? Blame Race!
Why Socialism? Blame Race!

If you’ve ever wondered why so many of the entitled, mis-raised Millennial Snowflakes have turned to Socialism, you might want to blame race or, rather, the Left’s rendition of racial politics. While perhaps counterintuitive, the SJWs’ ideas of “race relations” seems like a good bet for being a large part of why this has happened.

Understand two things: people in general are fairly self-centered and self-serving, with the Millennials being more than a bit more so; and the Left’s whole agenda when it comes to non-Whites is giving them Whites’ money. This simply means that these Millennials have been drawn to the only political-economic system that promises to give them money and give the non-Whites money.

It’s really just a way for them to get a piece of the pie that their side wants to give to others while not triggering an attack from the SJWs.

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Check Your Oppression!

Check Your Oppression!
Check Your Oppression!

Yes! At last you can, and probably should, check your oppression by checking your Intersectionality Score. And, of course, we all need this sort of help in these “intersectional times,” lest we become paralyzed by not knowing where we sit in the hierarchy of oppression.

After all, without this sort of tech aid, how can one know what one is “allowed” to have and/or voice an opinion upon, much less what that opinion is demanded to be?

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Probably Meaningful

Probably Meaningful, But I Don't Really Care
Probably Meaningful, But I Don’t Really Care

Felix Valiente’s photo-shoot for last October’s issue of Vogue Spain featuring the sensual and beautiful Cindy Bruna and Misha Japanwala’s “sculptural garments” was probably meaningful in that it was probably meant to convey some meaning and message, most likely one suitable to various SJWs and race-baiting sorts. I just don’t care, neither about the intended meaning nor the meaning that others will read into it.

Cindy Bruna is to me a very beautiful woman and Mr. Valiente’s portrayal of her more than showcases her charms. That’s what care about, not any deeper and/or possibly offensive meaning that might be there.

A Probably Meaningful Difference

And such lack of caring is possibly an exemplar of one the most glaring fundamental differences between the normative American majority and the various Liberal and Progressive SJWs. People like me, i.e., normal Americans in this context, can look at something like this and not be offended, outraged, or otherwise bothered by it. We can simply set that aside and enjoy what is good about it. Those Liberal and Progressive SJWs and all the Millennials who’ve bought into their dogma? They can’t do that.

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