Are More People Becoming Anti-Feminist?

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April 30, 2020

Honestly, I'm seeing lots of people turning away from the feminist and left-leaning values of today. Online and in real life. What do you guys think?

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Title Are More People Becoming Anti-Feminist?
Author CodyCrogan7
Upvotes 52
Comments 12
Date 30 April 2020 07:55 AM UTC (1 year ago)
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[–]akihonj13 points14 points  (1 child) | Copy

I think the stats for feminism in the USA is about 14% of women and for the UK only about 8%, when asked it seems that most women agree that laws and representative politics are equal, you can choose the gender or you can choose the best for the job.

Many women say they think that things like positive discrimination etc, call it what you want, is just another form of discrimination, companies shouldn't be forced to hire based off race or gender but the best person for the job.

Many women say that it's gone too far, if your argument is about air conditioning then your taking the piss and taking away from any real systemic issues that exist.

Many women also say that with the greater push for equality their lives have actually become considerably harder. I was actually speaking to a woman about this very thing a few weeks before lockdown. Her words to me were, it's become unfair, unfair to men, without men we wouldn't have the ability to complain about things that wrong because we'd still be in caves. It's unfair because I don't earn as much as most men yet they expect equal treatment which means they expect me to pay my half of everything, it used to be I'd go out with a man and he'd offer to pay or would just pay, but now he's wrong if he pays and wrong if he doesn't, doesn't means it's cheaper for him so they don't.

She followed that up with, if I were to date long enough and then live with a man ultimately I'm going to be reliant on him again, he earns more, I pay my half and have less money than he does so anything we want to do comes down to his money.

If I choose to stay single I'm not reliant on a man but then I lose out because I don't have that in my life and I pay the full costs of everything.

I don't identify as a feminist because overall it's actually made my life harder, I'm in the same boat as many women before me without the rights and after all of that all I really want out of life is to meet a good man fall in love have a home and family, I want to stay at home but if I do that he's going to think I'm wrong because equality and other women will think I'm wrong because feminism.

Many of the men I have met over the last few weeks have said they'd expect their wife to work, pay half for everything, if she wants to be an equal she has to behave as one, they don't want to get married because they've done that and lost too much and look for the ulterior motives behind women because they don't trust what women say they want compared to what they actually want.

So take from that what you want, whether I believe it or not I'm not sure but I found it really interesting to speak with her about it and get her thoughts

[–]Charmingaxelotl0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Yeah that is absolutely true nowadays.

[–][deleted] 7 points8 points  (2 children) | Copy

Honestly, what I find most surprising is that feminism still exists today. Cause when you look at it, on top of not having a manifest, this cult movement has always been led by people who were absolute failures. Take a look at the lives of Andrea Dworkin and likes of her. Neither of them had any significant achievements throughout their whole lives. In a way, they 'whined' their way to fame in their miserable lives and blamed men for their own short commings. The worst part is, that they were idolized by people who lived an even more miserable life. And for some reasons, the media is praising these people who have nothing else to do except blaming men for everything that goes wrong in their lives. These people are the burden of the society: they offer nothing to society and expect a lot of things in return. They are the followers of the secular religion of hate and resentment disguised as 'morality and equality and love'

Now look at how this community has changed in less than a year. Now they're slowly starting to point fingers at themselves. Labeling men and addressing them as sexist and misogynist is nothing new but right now they're labeling themselves and are addressing one another as 'fake feminists'

I mean, I kinda understand why they do it. Because come on people, at this point, who the hell are the "real feminists"?

Likes of Andrea Dworkin and Robin Morgan, who have always spread hate and resentment against men and actually encouraged violence against men?

Or maybe the real feminists are likes of Amber Heard and Alyssa Milano which, I'm sure you all know what type of horrible human beings they are

Or maybe Hillary Clinton is the real feminist huh?

Who the hell are the real feminists???

[–]BlueBlood757 points8 points  (1 child) | Copy

Totally agree about the “real feminists” thing. Whenever one says something wrong a boatload if people come out and say a “real” feminist would never say/ think that. The definition of a real feminists is ever changing and seems to suit whatever need they have at the moment

[–]akihonj4 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy

Yeah it's called a motte and bailey defense, they fire their arrows from the motte and run back to the bailey when they get called out, you often find yourself in a circular argument

[–]Neveah_Hope_Dreams2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

I think it's awesome! It's good to see that people are seeing that men's issues and exist and realise the toxicity of feminism.

Liberilism really isn't a saint all the time. Well modern day liberilism. It's not nothing but hypocrisy, shitting on eachother and betrayal.

Being at the centre is the best position to be.

[–]Logandanielsboi1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

No there are way more simps then non simps

[–]Lazysweetness1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Let us hope so. That would be better for humanity.

[–]DevilComeKnockin0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Yes, I think so.

[–]UnderTails630 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

I am a democrat but I strongly hate feminism and want it gone from this world. I think it’s an embarrassment to us and I agree women have it better in a lot of ways. Have been supporting men’s rights for years.

[–]EightBitEmi0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

A house with a weak, unstable foundation is BOUND to fall.

They can’t even stick to their guns; they’re constantly changing what they say to fit their manipulative agenda at that very moment, and that isn’t worthwhile. Never has been, never will be.

We’re watching it crash and burn right before our very eyes, and it’s something to be happy about. It’s ruining so many things, and it needs to end.

[–]CodyCrogan7[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Amen, bro.

You can kill a man, but you can't kill an idea.

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