1st wave: In WW1, prominent feminists and suffragettes of the time, such as Emmeline Pankhurst, the leader of the British suffragette movement who helped women win the right to vote and her daughter Christabel, co-founder of the Women's Social and Political Union joined the Order of the White Feather, an organization aimed to shame men into enlisting in the British army by persuading women to present them with a white feather if they were not wearing a uniform. They, in addition to handing out the feathers, also lobbied to institute an involuntary universal draft, which included those who lacked votes due to being too young or not owning property.
Several hateful and misandrist quotes from political and famous feminists,1st, 2nd and 3rd waves, for example:
"The proportion of men must be reduced to and maintained at approximately 10% of the human race." — Sally Miller Gearhart, in The Future - If There Is One - Is Female.
"To call a man an animal is to flatter him; he’s a machine, a walking dildo." _Valerie Solanas, Authoress of the SCUM Manifesto
- A) 1st wave: Lois Waisbrooker was an American feminist author, editor, publisher, and campaigner of the later nineteenth and the early twentieth centuries. She is best remembered for her 1893 novel A Sex Revolution in which she advocated mass genocide of men to reduce them to 10 percent of the human population. B) 2nd wave: Sally Miller Gearhart, an American teacher, feminist, science-fiction writer, and political activist. In 1973, she became the first open lesbian to obtain a tenure-track faculty position when she was hired by San Francisco State University, where she helped establish one of the first women and gender study programs in the country.; She said: ''The proportion of men must be reduced to and maintained at approximately 10% of the human race.'' and ''At least three further requirements supplement the strategies of environmentalists if we were to create and preserve a less violent world. 1) Every culture must begin to affirm the female future. 2) Species responsibility must be returned to women in every culture. 3) The proportion of men must be reduced to and maintained at approximately ten percent of the human race.''C) 2nd wave: Valerie Solanas, the feminist author of the SCUM manifesto, shot and almost murdered popular artist Andy Warhol. And when did , Ti-Grace Atkinson, then the president of NOW, rallied to Solanas and enlisted prominent civil rights attorney Flo Kennedy to handle her defense.D) 2nd wave: The SCUM manifesto, a radical feminist manifesto by Valerie Solanas which suggests the formation of SCUM, an organization dedicated to overthrowing society and eliminating the male sex. This manifesto is actually still taught in some gender studies classes and is still considered a notorious and influential feminist text. Feminists claim it is a "satirical" work ("ironic misandry'') even though In 1968, when speaking to Marmorstein, Valerie characterized herself on the "'SCUM thing'" as dead serious. E) Moreover, Solanas' notion that males are "genetically inferior" was echoed by celebrated mainstream feminists during the first and second waves: 1) Elizabeth Cady Stanton was an American suffragist, social activist, abolitionist, and leading figure of the early women's rights movement. She was president of the National Woman Suffrage Association from 1892 until 1900.. Elizabeth Staton said "we are, as a sex, infinitely superior to men, and if we were free and developed, healthy in body and mind, as we should be under natural conditions, our motherhood would be our glory. That function gives women such wisdom and power as no male can possess.'' 2)Germaine Greer is an Australian writer and public intellectual, regarded as one of the major voices of the second-wave feminist movement in the latter half of the 20th century. She said :'' I think that testosterone is a rare poison''
1st wave feminists: Two examples of first wave feminists demanding and getting men's rights without men's responsibilities. Two of them actively involve zero sum situations such as income and property rights, or custody rights to children, and in both cases feminists managed to arrange things such that women got all the rights while men were still burdened with all the responsibility: 1) Won the right for married women to own their own property and income, and hold it separate from their husband's control. Yet maintained the legal entitlement of married women to be supported financially by their husband. Their entitlement to their husbands support even extended to the tax burden on their property and income--property and income their husbands were legally prohibited from touching. There were men sent to prison in the UK for tax evasion for being unable to pay the taxes owing on the property/income of their wealthier wives. One suffragette, Dr. Elizabeth Wilks even refused (as was her right under the law) to provide her husband with the necessary documentation so he could calculate the taxes, and given that he was a schoolteacher and responsible for paying for everything else, he couldn't have afforded to pay it regardless. While he was in prison, she urged other suffragettes to do what she had. He was released from prison on humanitarian grounds due to his failing health, and died a few months later. 2) Won default mother custody of young children upon divorce or separation thanks to the tender years doctrine. Previously, the assumption was of paternal custody since the father was solely burdened with financial responsibility for their care. Of course, it was only custody that was changed, financial responsibility still fell 100% to the father to maintain the household of his minor children.
first wave: A) In the years leading up to the First World War, the suffragettes were responsible of many incidents of bombing and arson in the United Kingdom, The targets for their attacks ranged from St Paul's Cathedral and the Bank of England in London to theatres and churches in Ireland. The violence, which included several attempted assassinations, culminated in June 1914 with an explosion in Westminster Abbey., ,  B) There were also many suffragettes who were racists and white supremacists, for example Susan B. Anthony who said ''I will cut off this right arm of mine before I will ask for the ballot for the Negro and not for the woman.” and Carrie Chapman Catt, the Founder of the League of Women Voters who said ''White supremacy will be strengthened, not weakened, by women’s suffrage.” C) After the titanic disaster, on April 21, 1912 the New York Times reported a story from London, England, headlined “Suffragettes Deny Chivalry on the Titanic.” in which Sylvia Pankhurst, a militant suffragette said that the men of the Titanic had not really displayed exceptional gallantry as ''women first is the universal rule''.
Domestic violence: 1) 2nd wave: Erin Pizzey, who became internationally famous for having started the first domestic violence shelter in the modern world, Chiswick Women's Aid, in 1971, the organisation known today as Refuge. She has been the subject of death threats and boycotts because of her research into the claim that most domestic violence is reciprocal, and that women are equally capable of violence as men. Pizzey has said that the threats were from militant feminists. 2) 2nd wave: She wrote an article in which she talk about male domestic violence, how feminist journalists and radical feminist editors in publishing houses controlled the flow of information to the public, and how the feminists in America, their strangle hold over the shelters and access to government and state resources was almost absolute. She talked to about how the feminists shot her dog to threaten her. 3) 2nd wave: Richard J. Gelles, along with, Murray A. Straus, and Suzanne K. Steinmetz formed the team at the Univ. of New Hampshire that first researched family violence in the early 1970s. He is today one of the nation's foremost researchers into family violence. After finding out that the rate of female-to-male family violence was almost equal to the rate of male-to-female violence all three of them received death threats. Bomb threats were phoned in to conference centers and buildings where they were scheduled to present. Suzanne received the brunt of the attacks - individuals wrote and called her university urging that she be denied tenure; calls were made and letters were written to government agencies urging that her grant funding be rescinded.. 4) 2nd wave: At the University of Delaware professor Suzanne Steinmetz published an article called the "The Battered Husband Syndrome." After culling the findings from five surveys on domestic violence, Steinmetz reached the conclusion: wives were just as likely as their husbands to kick, punch, stab, and otherwise physically aggress against their spouses. So the feminists leveled threats against Steinmetz and her children. Sponsors of her speaking engagements started to receive threatening phone calls. Finally, a bomb threat was called in to a meeting where Steinmetz was scheduled to speak. 5) An article about how feminists abused and distorted statistics and data on female victimization so that we believe that domestic violence is the most common cause of injury to women, or how battered-women's advocates claim that those women who kill their husbands do so only out of self-defense. 6) The Justice Department has known now for years since the publication of Christina Hoff Sommers’s USAToday op-ed that two of Eric Holder’s speeches in 2009 contained erroneous and false information about intimate partner homicide being the leading cause of death for black women ages 15-45. They promised Glenn Kessler and the Washington Post that the false information on the DOJ websites would be corrected “in the coming days.” It has not been corrected. 7) the Feminist Majority Foundation and editor of Ms. Magazine, Katherine Spillar, said about domestic violence: "Well, that's just a clean-up word for wife-beating," and went on to add that regarding male victims of dating violence, "we know it's not girls beating up boys, it's boys beating up girls.",  8) Feminists Disrupt a Forum About Battered Husbands 9) Feminist and american sociologist Dr Michael Kimmel, who runs the Stony Brook University's Center for the Study of Men and Masculinities. NOMAS, the organization that he founded and leads, claims that men are not victims of domestic violence or abuse.., and even though he's one of the most prominent feminists that talk about ''toxic masculinity'', In 2018 he was publicly accused of sexual harassment by professor Bethany coston 10) The duluth model which is the most common batterer intervention program used in the United States. It completely neglecte male victims and female perpetrators of abuse. The program insisted that men are perpetrators who are violent because they have been socialized in a patriarchy that condones male violence, and that women are victims who are violent only in self-defense. 11) Before the VAWA(violence against women act) There was Family Violence Prevention and Services Act, it was replaced in 1984 by the VAWA, in which until now they didn't bother to include men as victims in the title. And even though the language that they used in the VAWA is gender neutral in addressing victims of domestic violence, the domestic violence programs discriminate against male victims. 12) Feminist and University of Ottawa law professor Elizabeth Sheehy, wants to place battered women above the law. Professor Sheehy’s thesis is that battered women should have the right to kill their husbands pre-emptively — in their sleep, say, or when they least expect it — without fear of being charged with murder.,  13) The Canadian federal government’s The Transition Home Survey (THS) “identified 627 shelters for abused women that were operating across Canada on April 16, 2014”. There was one for men and it closed due to lack of funds and support which led to his suicide,  14) Feminists Disrupt a Forum About Battered Husbands
Rape and statutory rape: 1) Feminists in India oppose making rape laws gender neutral 2) Feminists in Israel are against charging women with rape because then according to them, women would be afraid to charge men with rape. 3) Influential rape researcher Mary Koss claims male victims of female rapists aren’t real rape victims in radio interview 4) Michele Elliott OBE is an author, psychologist, teacher and the founder and director of child protection charity Kidscape. Due to her work in exposing the issue of child sexual abuse committed by women, she was subject to a lot of hate and hostility from feminists 5) The feminist and journalist Barbara Ellen said in an article in the Guardian that a female teacher sleeping with a male pupil is not on a par with a male teacher sleeping with a girl pupil, and that the female teacher doesn't deserve prison. 6) Feminist Avital Ronell, a world-renowned female professor of German and Comparative Literature at New York University, was found responsible for sexually harassing a male former graduate student, Nimrod Reitman. So a group of scholars from around the world, including prominent feminists, sent a letter to N.Y.U. in defense of Professor Ronell. One of them even was disturbed cause according to her and her colleagues Mr. Reitman was using Title IX, a feminist tool, to take down a feminist.
Father’s rights: 1) NOW fighting against joint custody in Michigan 2) NOW oppose joint custody in new york 3) NOW, the National Organization for Women oppose joint custody of the children and alimony reform bill in Florida.,  4) Propaganda by Michigan NOW against Father’s rights groups, because they proposed a bill for joint custody which NOW oppose 5) In 2005, Michigan's chapter of NOW opposed Bill SB 436 ("The Paternity Act") which aimed to increase putative ("unmarried") fathers rights and redefined "child born out of wedlock".
Rights of accused men of rape in the courts of law and public opinion, and false accusations: 1) Feminist Emily Lindin, Founder of Unslut Project, said that she's not all concerned about innocent men losing their jobs over false sexual assault/harassment allegations. 2) Feminists in Canada proposed a bill that compromises an accused's rights in sexual assault cases, so now, if the defence has a record that shows the complainant is lying or misrepresenting the evidence, that record must be disclosed in advance. A lawyer is then appointed for the complainant who is granted standing to argue for suppression of the defence evidence,; And even though this bill compromises an accused's rights In sexual assault cases, Pamela Cross, a Canadian feminist lawyer and feminist advocate said that even though Bill C-51 is a good start, it's still not enough. 3) London Feminist Network objecting to granting anonymity to rape defendants 4) Campaign group Women Against Rape said they were glad the government dropped the rape charge anonymity pledge 5) Men now who are accused of rape are presumed guilty under the gender equity law known as Title IX, which addresses sexual harassment and sexual violence in campus. The burden of proof, say several lawyers representing students who have been found responsible for sexual assault, is too low, letting colleges rule against alleged perpetrators on very slim, sometimes conflicting evidence. Ms Judith Grossman, a feminist who said that she would have expressed unqualified support for Title IX and for the Violence Against Women Act, until the time came when her son was falsely accused of rape in campus. 6) Feminist Jon Krakauersaid that we shouldn't weaken Title IX campus sex assault policies, even though it ignored due process, abused and discriminated against many men by expelling them and destroying their future when they were actually falsely accused.
Sexism and double standard in the justice system: 1) Feminist and associate professor at the Jane Addams College of Social Work at University of Illinois at Chicago, Patricia O'Brien said that we should stop putting women in jail, for anything. 2) Feminist and Judicial College chief Lady Justice Dame Anne Rafferty, said that courts should be slow to send women to prison because jail terms are more damaging to them than men and the new guidance for judges and magistrates says real equality means favouring women and minorities to make up for the disadvantage they suffer. 3) Feminist and member of the Labour Party from the House of Lords Baroness Corston wanted to close U.K. Women’s prisons or to convert them into jails for men. 4) Women's justice taskforce says that women's prison should close 5) Judges have been told to deal less severely with female criminals than men when determining how to sentence them. And that thanks to Dame Laura Cox, a high court judge who led the team writing the rules, and the Supreme Court judge Baroness Hale who said: "It is now well recognised that a misplaced conception of equality has resulted in some very unequal treatment for women and girls." 6) In an HuffPost article, feminist Deborah Coles wants to end female imprisonment because she thinks that prisons are evidently ill-equipped to respond to the complex needs of women 7) Feminist and journalist Lydia Smith wrote an article in which she says It is equality to treat female offenders differently to men and by differently, she means more leniently 8) An other feminist wrote an article titled 'How can we mitigate the crime that is female over-imprisonment?' in which he's justifying why female criminals should have lighyer sentences than men.; and another article in which he says that we should close women's prisons 9) A feminist wrote an article in buzzfeednews complaining how women are imprisoned for false rape claims In the UK 10) An all-female task force wants to cut Illinois’ female prison population in half because they think that 'Prison is not where women need to be' and that many of them are mothers so they shouldn't be in prison 11) In Brooklyn, the Women’s Prison Association and the attorney Charles Hynes decided to launch a program allowing female felons to serve sentences at home.
education and economics: 1) The Swedish government said to be the first feminist government in the world that it would abolish affirmative action at universities since the practice has resulted in male students being given admissions priority for several popular programmes. Hypocrites has no problem helping women when they are disadvantaged, but will quickly cut any help to men when they are the ones who are disadvantaged. 2) The same thig happened in Norway, where the Ministry of Education has concluded, after advice from the Ministry of Children and Equality, that the current equality law is not gender neutral and does not allow for men to benefit from the same forms of affirmative actions as women., thread link 3) After the financial crisis of 2008, feminist groups skewed the Obama stimulus plan towards women's jobs even though the recession was considered a downturn for women but a catastrophe for men
Male genital mutilation: 1) Female Feminist Danish Health Minister, Ellen Trane Nørby says that Denmark will continue to circumcisie Danish boys. Previously she was "Minister for Children, Education & Equality". Male Genital Mutilation continues, with the direct collaboration of Feminists. 2) Feminist and journalist Janice Turner, say that banning circumcision is a win for the far right and that wanting to ban circumcision may seems rational and progressive but it undermines tradition and risks making migrants feel unwelcome so according to her we still need to mutilate little boys because the feelings of the migrants, Jews and Muslims. 3) Feminist and writer Jia tolentino wrote an article in Jezebel making fun of men who want to regrow their foreskin because they were circumcised without consent, comparing them to a lizard with a tale 4) Jezebel making fun of inactivists who are trying to ban circumcision and saying that being anti-circumcision is just another way of blaming your mommy.
sex negative feminism: 1) first wave: the suffragette slogan was ''Votes for Women and Chastity for Men'', Edwardian feminists, such as Christabel Pankhurst, took up the social purity cause and demanded that men improve their moral code by remaining chaste outside marriage. For some suffrage campaigners such as Millicent Fawcett and Christabel Pankhurst the vote was as much about improving men’s sexual morality as it was about improving women’s working conditions. 2) 2nd wave: Feminist Kate Millett, who has been described as "a seminal influence on second-wave feminism", was against psychiatry and also was a pedo apologist. In an interview with Mark Blasius, she said that she was sympathetic to the concept of intergenerational sex, describing age of consent laws as "very oppressive" especially to gay male youth. 3) 2nd wave: In 1970, in her book Sexual Politics, known as the ‘bible of women’s liberation,’ Millett was vehemently against prostitution in which she said: ''Prostitution, when unmotivated by economic need, might well be defined as a species of psychological addiction, built on self-hatred through repetitions of the act of sale by which a whore is defined.''. The book Sexual Politics was especially very celebrated by Andrea Dworkin, a feminist who is known especially for being anti prostitution and anti pornography. She characterized pornography as an industry of damaging objectification and abuse, not merely a fantasy realm. She worked with Catharine MacKinnon, developed a legislative approach based on civil rights rather than obscenity to outlaw pornography and allow lawsuits against pornographers for damages. 4) These sex negative feminists, who are denying women's agency and choice in what they can do with their bodies, has actually succeeded in banning prostitution, and in particular criminalizing bying sex and not selling it.They banned it first in Sweden because they said that prostitution constitutes a form of violence against women, then in other countries like Norway, Canada,France, Northern Ireland and Iceland. 5) Also in 2010, Iceland banned strip clubs and any business that profit off the nudity of employees, a year after banning bying sex following the Swedish model. Why? Because they deemed those jobs to be derogatory to women and even considered prostitution to be a form of violence against women., 1 6) Even though the sex negative feminists, has succeeded in criminalizing bying sex and therefore in a way banning prostitution, denying women's agency about their own bodies, telling them what they can and can't do with it and prosecuting innocent men who only agreed to have consensual sex between two adults. Sex workers are actually against this law, for example a sex worker in northern Ireland has said that ‘It’s now far more difficult to stay safe’. Sex workers in America too oppose the feminists who want prostitution to stay criminalized, feminist Lena Dunham and a slew of other celebrities—including Girls co-star Allison Williams, Academy Award winners Kate Winslet, Anne Hathaway, and Meryl Streep have lent their fame to a campaign opposing Amnesty International’s draft proposal on the protection of the rights of sex workers. This proposal includes “decriminalizing all aspects of sex work,” Amnesty International Director of Media Susanna Flood told the Daily Beast., also the ICRSE, 1100 organizations and individuals ask Amnesty International to support decriminalization of sex work 7) Even sex dolls, a freaking object made with plastic and silicone, feminists want them to be banned. Feminist Katie Parker, who founded the School's Consent Project, a charity that teaches pupils about consent, said robot sex dolls that let men simulate rape should be outlawed, because these robots normalize sexual violence. 8) Elijah Rising, a Houston-based non-profit organization aimed at ending sex trafficking, are fighting to keep the country's first 'robot sex brothel' out of Houston because according to them this will increase the demand for the prostitution and sexual exploitation of women and children 9 Feminists in Paris want to close France's first ever sex dolls brothel, because they think that it is encouraging a culture of rape. 10) Even in Botswana, sex dolls are banned because women have continued to express their continued hate and disapproval for sex dolls as they believe that the potential competition will cause a surge in the rise of divorce rates and tamper human relationships as well. 11) Ring Girls arguing against feminist and british television and radio presenter Beverley Turner because feminists just banned Formula 1 Grid Girls and they want to ban Ring girls, Dart girls and any type of walk-on-girls next, denying women's agency or choice in choosing what they want to do with their body and what job they wanna have.
Reproductive rights and forced fatherhood: 1) Feminist Cristy Clark, a legal academic and chair of the Feminist Writers Festival, said that we shouldn't accept financial abortion and give men reproductive rights and a choice to decide to be a parent like it is for women, cause according to her if we accept financial abortion for men, we would be punishing women for not having an abortion when a man wanted them to, and that reeks of the kind of coercive control that has no place in the feminist movement. 2) Feminist and New York Times best selling author Gabrielle Blair has put the whole blame of unwanted pregnancies on men and propose either castration as a punishment or get men to be required by law to get a vasectomy as prevention 3) An article in Jezebel trivializing forced fatherhood, saying that what's only required from fathers is to pay money and that forced fatherhood is not as unfair as forced motherhood, forgetting that women at least have the chance to abort and to opt out of parenthood 4) another feminist against financial abortion said in an article in SALON that there's no such thing as forced fatherhood, and that men nowadays don't have less reproductive autonomy than women
Toxic masculinity: 1) Feminist professor at Occidental College Lisa Wade rejects the notion of "toxic masculinity," saying it is time to recognize that "it is masculinity itself that has become the problem and argue that men must renounce their masculinity and denounce anyone who chooses to identify with it. 2) Feminist Jenna Price one of the co-founders of the feminist action group, Destroy the Joint , said in an article that she wrote for the Sydney Morning Herald that all masculinity is toxic and not just parts of it, and that men need to be chaperoned. 3) Feminist professor at Wilfrid Laurier University in Canada, Erin Dej published a book where she Slams ''Hegemonic Masculinity'' of Homeless Men. This feminist was awarded at least $185,000 by the Canadian government to research homelessness since 2009 (which could have been instead invested to actually help homeless men by giving them food or building more shelters), interviewed 27 homeless men and spent and additional 296 hours spying on them in homeless shelters. Instead of looking for ways to help these vulnerable men to have a better life, a house or a career, she explains that the goal of her research was to assess the ways hypermasculinity is performed among men experiencing homelessness.
Sexism, misandry and other examples of some feminists being absolute cunts: 1) Convicted felon Donna Hylton, who once was a member of a group that kidnapped, raped and tortured an elderly man to the point of death, was a featured speaker at Saturday's pro-abortion and anti-Trump Women's March on Washington 2) A campaign started by the Labour MP Stella Creasy to consider misogyny as a form of hate crime has resulted in the Law Commission deciding to consider whether misandry should be categorised as a hate crime, too. So feminist, founder of VictimFocus, researcher and speaker in the psychology of sexual violence Jessica Eaton wrote an article in the Guardian saying that misandry shouldn't be a hate crime like misogyny, cause it will embolden abusive men; another feminist named Victoria Smith also wrote an article in the independent UK complaining that misandry shouldn't be a hate crime like misogyny and saying that even considering making misandry a hate crime should concern everyone who believes in equality 3) A feminist aborts her baby because It's a boy and Is surprised by backlash 4) Militant feminist, writer, journalist and novelist Julie Burchill who contributed to newspapers such as The Sunday Times and The Guardian, and whose 2004 novel Sugar Rush was adapted for television, said that it's quite nice that men succeed in suicide more often than girls because finally they found something that they're better at than girls, and that prostitutes should be shot as collaborators for their terrible betrayal of all women 5) Feminist Julie bindel who is a regular columnist for the Guardian newspaper, having written hundreds of article for the publication, who's also a patron for charities such as “For our daughters”, the founder of Justice for Women and a research fellow at Lincoln University, in an interview with the “Rad-fem Collective” website, she proposed that all men should be put in some sort of concentration camps until they behave and that she hopes heterosexuality doesn't survive because according to her, under ''patriarchy'' heterosexuality is shit.; She also wrote an article in the Guardian, titled Obama’s right, women are superior to men. Let me count the ways … in which she said that women are superior than men because they are better than them in a lot of fields. 6) For the past year three scholars rewrote Mein Kampf to use intersectional language and submitted it to a feminist journal. It was accepted and published.