Feminism/Anti-Feminism, in a nutshell what is feminism and what does it supposedly stand for… how and why it was initially formed and what it has turned into.

First what majority of the people out there need to realize is that anti-feminism has nothing at all to do with being anti-woman, it’s being anti-stupidity which is in itself feminism. That’s what feminism is actually, or rather what it has become, a form of utter nonsense, banality and demagoguery, sure it may have made sense in the “1700’s”, where women had very little to no rights in general, other than to be home makers and bear children, could not vote or be employed at the same level in the workforce as men….. Today however it’s been used widely, and became a widespread political movement formed by spiteful, hateful and vengeful women united together to attack men all over the world. it’s no longer about unity, or basic human rights for women as it once was, it’s about a pack of vengeful “fem-nazis” banded together using the loopholes within the judicial system in order to suit their egoistical needs at any cost.

The term feminism, generally can be used to describe a political, cultural or economic movement aimed at establishing equal rights and legal protection for women. Feminism involves political and sociological theories and philosophies concerned with issues of gender difference, as well as a movement that advocates gender equality for women and campaigns for women’s rights and interests.


The first wave of feminism took place in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, emerging out of an environment of urban industrialism and liberal, socialist politics. The goal of this wave was to open up opportunities for women, with a focus on suffrage. The wave formally began at the Seneca Falls Convention in 1848 when three hundred men and women rallied to the cause of equality for women.

What feminism was about in the early 1900’s


What mockery it has evolved into on an enormous,  wide political spectrum.




Feminism  in the 1960’s


VS The face of modern feminism…







With this out of the way lets take a look at what some of these so called self proclaimed feminists actually stand for and generally think about men.


Adams, Beatrice P. (murderer, New Orleans, La.) “I feel no remorse over having killed him,” Miss Adams is reported to have said. “ I’d do it again. God and I are tired of men taking advantage of women.”Adams, Beatrice P.  1971

Alan Alda (actor) (USA)“Until now it has been though that the level of testosterone in men is normal simply because they have it. But if you consider how abnormal their behavior is, then you are led to the hypothesis that almost all men are suffering from ‘testosterone poisoning.” 

Angier, David (Massachusetts prosecutor) (USA)
“If anyone is prosecuted for filing a false [rape] report, then victims of real attacks will be less likely to report them.” – David Angier [assistant district attorney, in U Mass false rape case; quoted in Carey Roberts, “Promoting False Allegations of Rape,” 


Anonymous (USA) 1988
“The simple fact is that every woman must be willing to be identified as a lesbian to be fully feminist” [National NOW Times, January, 1988

Anonymous (University of Maine) ca. 1994
“All men are good for is ****ing, and running over with a truck.” [Statement made by a University of Maine Feminist Administrator

Another posting on FEMISA: “Considering the nature and pervasiveness of men’s violence, I would say that without question, children are better off being raised without the presence of men. Assaults on women and children are mostly perpetrated by men whom they are supposed to love and trust: fathers, brothers, uncles, grandfathers, step-fathers.” – [Daphne Patai, Heterophobia, 1998

Female Child Killers


“The price of clinging to the enemy [a man] is your life. To enter into a relationship with a man who has divested himself as completely and publicly from the male role as much as possible would still be a risk. But to relate to a man who has done any less is suicide. . . . I, personally, have taken the position that I will not appear with any man publicly, where it could possibly be interpreted that we were friends.” – Ti-Grace Atkinson [Ti-Grace Atkinson, Amazon Odyssey,Links Books, 1974

Bajan, Janet (New York Radical Feminists organization) (USA)
Janet Bajan, a member of the New York Radical Feminists, drew applause when she said that man hatred was “a protective reaction, a survival mechanism to change the situation in favor of women.” – Janet Bajan [Jurate Kazickas, “Hatred of Men On Conference Agenda,” syndicated (AP), Sunday News-Journal (Daytona Beach, Ga.), Sep. 24, 1972

Bane, Dr. Mary Jo (professor of education, Wellesley College, director of the school’s Center for Research on Woman; US Dept. of Education) (USA)
“In order to raise children with equality, we must take them away from families and communally raise them.” – Dr. Mary Jo Bane [Dolores Barclay, The Family: College Professors Discuss the American Family,” syndicated (AP), Florence Morning News (S.C.), Aug. 21, 1977

Chesler, Phyllis (writer) (USA)
“Serial Killers are mainly white male drifters, obsessed with pornography and woman-hatred, who were themselves paternally abused children.” 2007

Female Serial Killers – COLLECTIONS


 * “If it were natural for father to care for their sons, they would not need so many laws commanding them to do so.” [Source not identified]

Clinton, Hillary (First Lady USA, U. S. Senator (New York), Secretary of State) (USA)
“Women have always been the primary victims of war. Women lose their husbands, their fathers, their sons in combat.” – Hillary Clinton, [speech by Hillary Clinton, First Ladies’ Conference on Domestic Violence in San Salvador, El Salvador on Nov. 17, 1998

Crying Rape: False rape accusations exist, and they are a serious problem.




Cooper, Jilly (novelist) (UK)
“The male is a domestic animal which, if treated with firmness…can be trained to do most things.” – Jilly Cooper [Cosmopolitan Magazine, Oct. 1972; quoted in Judy Allen, Picking On Men: The First Honest Collection Of Quotations About Men, Fawcett Gold Medal, 1986

Davis, Elizabeth Gould (librarian) (USA)

“MALE:…represents a variant of or deviation from the category of female. The first males were mutants…the male sex represents a degeneration and deformity of the female. – Elizabeth Gould Davis [Elizabeth Gould Davis, The First Sex, 1971, G. P. Putnam’s Sons; reprinted in: Cheris Kramarae, Ann Russo, editors, A Feminist Dictionary, Pandora Press, 1985, reissued by University of Illinois Press, 1996]

DiManno, Rosie (born 1956; radical feminist; columnist for Toronto Star) (Canada)
“Men are from another planet, sent here by spaceships to copulate with female earthlings and propagate the species—a task for which science has rendered them all but redundant. We need keep only a handful of donors on a sperm farm for that purpose, where they can subsist on pizza and beer and Playboy magazine.” – Rosie DiManno [Rosie DiManno, “The Naked Truth About Men,” Toronto Star, Jan. 11, 1999

Edwards, Hodee (Marxist feminist; the quote attributed to her online in “Hateful Feminist Quotes” is apparently apocryphal) (USA)
“Sex is the cross on which women are crucified

“My feelings about men are the result of my experience. I have little sympathy for them. Like a Jew just released from Dachau, I watch the handsome young Nazi soldier fall writhing to the ground with a bullet in his stomach and I look briefly and walk on. I don’t even need to shrug. I simply don’t care. What he was, as a person, I mean, what his shames and yearnings were, simply don’t matter.” – Marilyn French [Marilyn French, The Women’s Room (novel), Summit Books, 1977

“The media treat male assaults on women like rape, beating, and murder of wives and female lovers, or male incest with children, as individual aberrations…obscuring the fact that all male violence toward women is part of a concerted campaign.” (Marilyn French, The Women’s Room, Summit Books, 1977) “In personal and public life, in kitchen, bedroom and halls of parliament, men wage unremitting war against women.” – Marilyn French [Marilyn French, The War Against Women, Ballantine Books, 1992

“My own informal survey of adult women suggests that very few reach the age of twenty-one without suffering some form of male predation–incest, molestation, rape or attempted rape, beatings, and sometimes torture or imprisonment.” [Marilyn French, The War Against Women, Ballantine Books, 1992

“Female heterosexuality is not a biological drive or an individual woman’s erotic attraction or attachment to another human animal which happens to be male. Female heterosexuality is a set of social institutions and practices defined and regulated by [patriarchal mores, values, and law].” – Marilyn Frye [Marilyn Frye, Willful Virgins: Essays In Feminism, 1976-1992

“[Men are] freaks of nature… full of queer obsessions about fetishistic activities and fantasy goals.” (Germaine Greer, The Whole Woman, Knopf, 1999)”If women are to effect a significant amelioration in their condition it seems obvious that they must refuse to marry.” – Germaine Greer [Germaine Greer, The Female Eunuch, McGraw-Hill, 1971

“Probably the only place where a man can feel really secure is in a maximum security prison, except for the imminent threat of release.” – Germaine Greer [Germaine Greer, in “Security,” The Female Eunuch, Mcgraw-Hill, 1971

Jeffrys, Sheila (radical feminist)
“When a woman reaches orgasm with a man she is only collaborating with the patriarchal system, eroticizing her own oppression.” – Sheila Jeffrys [Thinkexist.com, no source given]

“I believe that women have a capacity for understanding and compassion which man structurally does not have, does not have it because he cannot have it. He’s just incapable of it.” – Barbara Jordan [Barbara Jordan, speaking at a women’s political symposium in Sep. 1991; quoted in Lawrence Wright, “Are Men Necessary,” Texas Monthly,  Feb. 1992

Kempton, Sally (writer, Esquire magazine) (USA)
“I became a feminist as an alternative to becoming a masochist Actually I was a masochist; I became a feminist because to be a masochist is intolerable.” – Sally Kempton [Sally Kempton, “Cutting Loose,” Esquire (New York, July 1970; quoted in Ellery Queen, “‘Sweet Assassins’ and the Liberation,” Picture Magazine (syndicated Sunday supplement), Feb. 14, 1971, p. 4]

“I used to lie in bed beside my husband after those fights and wish I had the courage to bash in his head with a frying pan . . . I would mutter to myself through clenched teeth, pushing back the realization that I didn’t dare, not because I was afraid of seriously hurting him— I would have loved to do that—but because… I was afraid that he would leave me.” – Sally Kempton [Sally Kempton, “Cutting Loose,” Esquire (New York, July 1970; quoted in Ellery Queen, “‘Sweet Assassins’ and the Liberation,” Picture Magazine (syndicated Sunday supplement), Feb. 14, 1971

Kramarae, Cheris & Ann Russo (editors, A Feminist Dictionary) (USA)“MAN:…an obsolete life form… an ordinary creature who needs to be watched…a contradictory baby-man…” – original source? [Cheris Kramarae, Ann Russo, editors, A Feminist Dictionary, Pandora Press, 1985, reissued by University of Illinois Press, 1996

CDC Study: More Men than Women Victims of Partner Abuse


National Study: More Men than Women Victims of Intimate Partner Physical Violence, Psychological Aggression Over 40% of victims of severe physical violence are men




7 thoughts on “Feminism/Anti-Feminism, in a nutshell what is feminism and what does it supposedly stand for… how and why it was initially formed and what it has turned into.

  1. Your concern is about freedom it’s freedom you are uneasy about because you see in it destructive forces. Total individual freedom would destroy the world very quickly that is why we have laws rules and regulations , they make life livable. The great problem is that I may want for myself much more freedom than I will allow for others. One of the ways of gaining almost complete freedom is riches for they can free us from a life of desperation or drudgery , and that is why we clamour for wealth. Many young women point the finger at men , they see men as the stumbling block to their freedom and indeed in past centuries this was the case.


    • Freedom is all good, problem here is at the time when women really had no rights feminism was important, today where women have more rights than men in some ways, feminism becomes just another way to get attention, add politics into the mix and it becomes a destructive force.


      • Agitation is used by many groups to get attention it is the human means by which we look after our own interests. Those who shout the loudest get listened to the most. Often these are the wealthy groups who have the time and money to protest. Politics is run on agitation and it can be very destructive when extremists get into power. After centuries of suppression young women are feeling their freedom and it is men that they point their fingers at , and who can blame them.


      • Who is suppressing women’s rights in 2017 ? Women today have more rights than men do… Feminism was relevant at the time when women were actually discriminated against and either had no rights or less rights, could not vote and had to fight for equal wages… today feminism is nonsense… it’s no longer a cry for help, it’s a cry for attention…


      • We tend to look at the world in terms of rights and fiercely contest all comers , it’s part of the great struggle for a comfortable existence.
        In our rich western democracies women have done well recently , by that I mean the last hundred years, but not so well in other nations where they are definitely second class citizens. If they can press home their advantage I say good luck to them they are doing no more than any good business man would.


  2. Your answer made me give a sardonic smile ‘ lie, cheat and use the judicial system ‘ isn’t that what many politicians and others in authority do ?
    A brief look at the world confirms this to be the case. I do not suggest that any group is worse or better than another but I think it is unfair to pick on feminists as a group especially when it is enormously varied. Humans are tribal by nature and they group together often to make their point ; any football match is a fine example. These days nearly all jobs are mechanized ; women can drive huge lorries or fly aircraft and now take part in armed conflict. The superiority of men physically is only visible in sports, and that cannot be changed as it is evolutionary.


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