Feminism is always mounting it's never ending campaign to fight institutionalized sexism. Nevermind that they can't even point to one example in modern society of such laws, they say it's true therefore it must be. However, they are unabashedly ashamed of promoting institutionalized sexism when it benefits them.
At first glance it almost sounds like it's meant to aid both sexes, but when you realize this is coming from the Ontario liberals, literally helmed by a feminist lesbian, it becomes all the more clear:
"At this stage what we’re really looking for is to level the playing field a little bit, for the claimant to understand the process in a clear-eyed way … to give women somewhat adequate support and (awareness of the) realities of the criminal system"
How convenient. To help women. Because women can't earn money like men. Nevermind that women in Ontario actually out-earn men now. Pesky facts like that can't get in the way of ideology.
The hope is the data garnered from the test casts will lead to a province-wide initiative. It’s all part of Premier Kathleen Wynne’s “It’s Never Okay” strategy to combat sexual violence and harassment in Ontario. The sweeping effort was partly inspired by the international discussion sparked by allegations against Bill Cosby and Jian Ghomeshi.
Well there it is. Inspired by the lawsuits brought forth by women engaging in frivolous lawsuits. Not even attempting to hide it. For those not familiar, here is a small sampling of the type of women claiming Jian raped and assaulted them. Key passage:
"You kicked my ass last night and that makes me want to f--k your brains out tonight," DeCoutere emailed Ghomeshi about 1:30 a.m.
Sure sounds like a victim to me. Let's fleece Ontario men via their hard-earned taxes and aid these women in launching more frivolous lawsuits.
Here are some more highlights from the cross-examination. The whole thing is gold. Women love being dominated by an alpha, but once scorned they'll do whatever they can to burn him down and collect a paycheque in the process.
Remember folks. Feminism isn't about equality. It's about female supremacy, and power.