No one should miss Jennifer Oriel’s commentaries in the Australian. Here’s her latest 5 Nov 2018. It’s too important to remain behind a paywall.
FIRE-BREATHING SISTERS JUST TRUMP THEIR OWN GENDER Stupid, brainless and servile. It’s how the American sisterhood describes women who vote Republican. Ahead of the US mid-term elections, left-wing sexism has reached fever pitch. While claiming to support women’s right to vote, the Left has subjected women who vote right to dehumanisation, public shaming and misogyny. White women are bearing the brunt of the Left’s hate speech as desperate Democrats try to coerce conformity among female freethinkers.
Shortly after the 2016 US election, pundits revealed a shocking truth: millions of women had voted freely, and had freely chosen Donald Trump for president. Exit polls revealed white women were the culprits. Supposed progressives responded with vile speech about Republican women the content of which rivalled the sexist diatribes 19th-century men used to silence the suffragettes. Like the suffragettes, women who vote conservative are deemed too stupid to vote rationally.
The ‘Men Going Their Own WAY’ movement, at least the current social expression, has its origins in the early 2000s. It has only come up on my radar recently – say, in the last twelve months. Then, again, I only twigged to the rampant anti-white racism around the same time.
MGTOW seems allied to Men’s Rights Activism (MRA). A number of popular US (female) youtubers are pleading the cause of men’s disadvantage in our thoroughly feminised society while Bettina Arndt seems to be the only Australian dealing with it. She has an embarrassing sympathy for the complaints of MRAs and MGTOWs.
It is Karen Straughn, though, who best articulates men’s disadvantages – the law is stacked against them, for a start. Her ‘Reponse to Jordan Peterson’s comments on MGTOW’ is a compelling presentation, informative right to the last minute.
Karen Straughn is a popular youtuber who talks about men and their place in modern (feminist) society. An attempt in 2012 to explain why men are retreating from (feminized) society and avoiding marriage has drawn 1.9 million views and 33,000 comments. Her views are not what your average finger-wagging feminist wants to hear, and what should frighten the life out of the average young woman who wants it all, including marrying a reliable man and having children.