Feminists care about equality? Bullshit. They stand directly in the way of it.

8 Sep


Much of the research in this article was compiled by a Tumblr blogger you can find here. My thanks to that blogger for bringing the information together.


I am often accused of simply not understanding what feminism IS when I dare to criticize it, especially on Twitter. Get a dictionary, blah blah blah whatever. See, here’s the thing: I know exactly what feminism IS and the claim that feminists stand for gender equality is not only outright laughable, I’m beginning to see it as a calculated, deliberate, malicious lie. Feminists damn well know they are seeking superiority and the wholesale destruction of society as we know it to be replaced by a brutal matriarchy in which all women and the remaining men will be subject to totalitarian controls that would make Stalin green with envy.


Check out this article from Kate Millet’s sister, for example. I didn’t think anything about the depravity of feminism could shock me anymore. I was wrong. This little chant sent shivers down me.




“Why are we here today?”

“To make revolution,”

“What kind of revolution?”

“The Cultural Revolution,”

“And how do we make Cultural Revolution?”

“By destroying the American family!”

“How do we destroy the family?”

“By destroying the American Patriarch,”

“And how do we destroy the American Patriarch?”

“By taking away his power!”

“How do we do that?”

“By destroying monogamy!” they shouted.

“How can we destroy monogamy?”

“By promoting promiscuity, eroticism, prostitution and homosexuality!”


Or check out this little psychopath who thinks murdering 90% of male human beings is a dandy idea:




NOT ALL FEMINISTS the feminists will shriek, presumably to convince us that those “other” feminists really do care about equality. Do they?


Let’s take a look.


Child custody

#womenagainstfeminism and the MRM would like to see the presumption of joint custody upon dissolution of parental relationships, based on the idea that men and women are equally capable of caring for children and that children have a basic human right to an equal relationship with both parents unless it can be PROVEN that the mother or father is an abusive partner.


The feminist response to literal equality?


The largest feminist organization in North America NOW issued a position statement actively organizing against father’s rights groups to shut down their demands for equality.


They have also declared fathers who protest being cut out of their children’s lives by vindictive, manipulative women as abusers who are seeking to control women.


This is feminism in action, folks. They are fighting against equality, not for it. And in the process destroying countless families, children and men.


Domestic Violence

Study after study shows that women are as violent and often more violent than men when it comes to domestic abuse, and #womenagainstfeminism and the MRM have repeatedly called for an understanding of domestic violence as an issue that affects and is perpetrated equally by men and women.


The feminist response to those facts? The Violence Against WOMEN Act and the subsequent Duluth Model that ensures men are disproportionately arrested, charged and convicted of domestic violence while women get off virtually untouched.





Once again, you have feminists standing in the way of equality, effectively creating a legal and social environment in which women are free to abuse men, but men are held accountable for their abuse. Surely everyone remembers this article, in which 40% of Jezebel editors and writers admit rather gleefully to abusing male partners because he asked for it, dontcha know.  Even a man as rich and powerful as Jay Z has to stand there and take it when a little psycho bitch goes off and attacks him.




#womenagainstfeminism and the MRM have repeatedly called for our sons, brothers, friends and all men everywhere to be protected from sex predators no matter what the gender of the predator. You can go to this Facebook page if you doubt the epidemic of female sex predators, or this page, which documents all the female teachers who have raped students under their care. The idea that women cannot rape is ludicrous, and the corollary notion that men and boys are not harmed by sexual abuse is outright despicable.


The feminist response to gender equality when it comes to the understanding, persecution and sentencing of rapists?




First you have the “teach MEN not to rape” garbage, which makes as much sense as teaching women not to kill their babies because a small minority will, or teaching Muslims not be terrorists because a small minority are.


Then you have the California Consent bill which strips due process from the accused (mostly men and certainly intended to be men).


Then you have feminist researchers engineering the Center for Disease Control study tracking sexual violence to deliberately exclude male victims to disguise the fact that women rape and men are victims.


It is men who are advocating for an understanding of rape as a crime that both men and women can and DO commit, and a crime in which both men and women can be and ARE victims.


And feminists who stand in the way. That is not the equality they want.


And this is not just happening in North America, either. Feminists in India railed against a gender neutral definition of rape,and in Israel.


Economic Support



During the recession that hit men so much harder than women in was called the Mancession, men advocated for an economic stimulus package that would help industries like construction that tend to be dominated by men.


How did feminists respond?


The National Organization for Women (NOW), the Feminist Majority, the Institute for Women’s Policy Research, and the National Women’s Law Center soon joined the battle against the supposedly sexist bailout of men’s jobs.


All the while advocating for a stimulus package to create more jobs for women, who were not suffering nearly as badly as men.


Here is my thought on these women:


Criminal sentencing


When Prof. Sonya Starr took a look at the differences in federal criminal sentencing, she found a large disparity between how men and women are sentenced for identical crimes.


After controlling for the arrest offense, criminal history, and other prior characteristics, “men receive 63% longer sentences on average than women do,” and “[w]omen are…twice as likely to avoid incarceration if convicted.”


The feminist response to unequal sentencing before the law? Let’s make it even MORE unequal!   Even women who have murdered multiple people should be taken out of prison and put into more “homey” environments.


Granted, that is the UK, but is it so farfetched to think other Western feminists will soon follow suit? A woman in Canada was caught on camera trying to hire a police officer to kill her husband and she walked away, supported by feminists who felt the poor duck was just under some stress.



Feminists fighting for equality? Like fuck they are. They are fighting against it.


And that is why we are fighting them. Those decades of perfecting a victim complex might just be the thing to bite them in the ass. #womenagainstfeminism haven’t been playing the victim. We’ve been learning to defend ourselves, and all those we love.




And we are coming after you, feminists.


Armor up.


Lots of love,




88 Responses to “Feminists care about equality? Bullshit. They stand directly in the way of it.”

  1. Mephistopheles (@myfist0) September 8, 2014 at 14:44 #

    Fantastic work.


  2. karenmcfly September 8, 2014 at 14:47 #

    Reblogged this on Ice-cream in Pakistan and commented:
    Women against Feminism fighting for equality!


  3. Jim September 8, 2014 at 14:49 #

    Well said JB.

    Willing blindness on the part of feminists. The narcissism, hypocrisy, and sheer hatred these bitches spout is incredible.


  4. driversuz September 8, 2014 at 14:56 #

    JB, you make the BEST cakes!


  5. TheSharpeful September 8, 2014 at 15:11 #

    Fantastic article JB.
    I like how people think it’s a choice to be an anti-feminist :/


  6. That_Susan September 8, 2014 at 15:25 #

    These are all really great points. There is one thing I’ve been trying to do some research on, and that’s about the issue of prosecuting people who’ve made false allegations. The feminists I was debating with recently about this issue pretty much insisted that prosecuting false rape allegations could deter real victims from coming forward, if they didn’t feel there was enough evidence to prove that the rape really happened.

    And whereas the accounts of these kinds of prosecutions that I’ve read about in the U.S. seemed to all be based on actual evidence that the accuser was lying, and not just on a lack of sufficient evidence to convict the accused, some of the ones I’ve read about in Great Britain seemed kind of scary (namely, the cases mentioned at the bottom of the article I’ve linked to below, at least a couple of which I found news articles about), as if a lack of evidence of a rape was automatic proof that the person reporting the rape had lied.

    One thing that concerns me, even about the U.S. justice system, is the whole issue of police departments being under pressure to narrow the margin between reported crimes and convictions. It seems like police are pressured, wherever possible, to find “anyone” they can pin a crime to, just to narrow that margin. I think the Innocence Project is full of young black men who were arrested for nothing more than simply being in the vicinity when a crime was committed. And as one lawyer told me, people who can’t afford their own legal representation are often railroaded into pleading guilty to lesser charges, because the court-appointed attorneys are just too overworked to spend that much time defending anyone.

    And where the police can’t find anyone to pin a crime to, it seems like they may also be pressured to bully those who’ve reported crimes into recanting their testimony, because if that report can be re-designated as a false report, that’s one less unsolved crime, so it’s another way of narrowing that margin between the number of reported crimes and the number of convictions. In the second article that I’ve linked to below, this seems to be what happened.

    As one person I dialogued with suggested, a better standard for judging police might be whether crime rates are actually going down, rather than having all this focus placed on getting a high percentage of convictions. I think this would be a lot fairer to both the accused and the alleged victims.




  7. Spaniard September 8, 2014 at 15:59 #

    I think promoting prostitution is not in favour of feminsim. At all. The right opposite.
    Spanish feminists deply hate it.


    For 100 euros you shag a hottie. She ask Just to pay her 80 euros in advance, to be clean, to be polite and to accept her norms.

    And you do not need to deal wit all the crap of a “regular” woman, and her family and her female friends, an her gay friends (the worst), and her ex boyfriends, and her children, and bay daddy, and her in laws, etc.

    Prostitution is the nightmare of feminism


  8. Spaniard September 8, 2014 at 16:15 #


    …not in favour of feminism.
    She ask you just to pay her..
    …and baby dady,



  9. Spaniard September 8, 2014 at 16:16 #

    100 euros in advance.


  10. Spaniard September 8, 2014 at 16:31 #

    Off topic (not so much)

    This summer has been a lot of American tourists in here. And very welcome.
    We love American travellers since Washington Irving, Ernest tHemingway, Orson Welles and Ava Gardner.

    But I noticed something about black American tourists: most of them wearing rastas, bad attitude, agressive, violent, rude…

    It is the same about Jamaicans, and British Caribbeans.

    I wonder if there is any possibilitie to prevent these people from coming over. I guess no.

    I saw black American male tourists in Ukraine on the search of an Ukranian wife. And they were always rejected by local women. Then they were calling them “racist whores”.

    Not good.

    Are white American women breeding massively with black Americans?
    Is not destroying your Europan heritage?
    I definetely think this is part of the feminist agenda: “black is beautiful” and all that crap. Black people is ugly as fuck. I am sorry. It is just like that. With exceptions. And their most artistic peak is jazz. Jazz is OK but is not Chopin.

    Jus asking.


  11. Fuzzie Wuzzie September 8, 2014 at 17:06 #

    JB, this is a brilliant introductory post and should be saved as such. That Millet poem is haunting because that was pretty much their road map. It may be a leap but, when we have to contend with so much malice, we may be dealing with evil.


  12. Jason Wexler September 8, 2014 at 18:04 #

    I have an interest in history and anthropology, so that bit about defeating patriarchy by eliminating monogamy caught my funny bone. We have records of a total of four cultures out of about 1500 which have endorsed some form of polyandry, with other forms of evidence for another 45 which probably allowed it. I can find no evidence for anyone promoting polythrothism or other forms of egalitarian plural relationships prior to 1950; and among the poly people I do know egalitarian polygyny is the norm, followed by open marriage. I suspect breaking monogamy, results in stronger patriarchy, after all of those 1500 cultures more than 1100 practiced, encoraged or allowed polygyny. Similarly in the animal kingdom polygyny is the norm, except for some insects.


  13. Fred Flange, hint of minty freshness September 8, 2014 at 18:58 #

    The “Femitheist” manifesto is really a Maoist construct: the village executive committee raises the children and the collective unit, not the parents, is the family so the offspring can be indoctrinated as good workers serving the Party. Children, being “pure in thought”, are given control over adults including the power to execute. We saw how well this worked with the Great Leap Forward and the Khmer Rouge. True Maoist tracts are a little hard to track down but can be found, basically as ASCII text screens or in archive.org.

    The California law will backfire badly. It takes what arguably could be an OK goal (don’t have sex with passed-out drunks, at least they should be awake – considering how awful sex education is these days giving freshmen that kind of conduct rule makes sense). But then they legislate it as a legal standard with the indefinite undefinable term “enthusiastic affirmative consent”. No one, including the sponsors, knows what that means beyond saying “it’s fun! it’s sexy! try it!”. Until the first test case comes of someone not willing to admit enthusiasm, and what that will mean. Duelling piles of consent forms? I could see the statute being overturned as void for vagueness, or as a civil rights case if someone is labeled a “perpetrator” and expelled on the basis of hearsay evidence and denial of due process, especially at a state school.

    If you are a SJW White Knight and you like this sort of policy, you can try the code of conduct of Bob Jones University: no hand holding, no dating, no unsupervised couples alone even in public, and of course not in any dorm. Also no interracial dating, which of course is racist as fuck, but the modern SJW might be in favor of that – if black men are allowed to approach white women, bad things could happen, like trees with Strange Fruit.


  14. LostSailor September 8, 2014 at 19:56 #

    And her frosting skills are a nonpareil… (see what I did there?)


  15. Spaniard September 8, 2014 at 20:13 #

    I understand white women crave for the big c**k, but instead of dating black males, they should try dating white Balcanic men. Especially from Serbia. It seems that they wear the biggest c**ks on Earth. More than blacks.

    By the way… what is wrong about racism? We behave racist all day long: we go for the best meat from the Argentinian cow, we go for the best wine from the Portuguese grapes (my opinion) we go for the most attractive women 100% Slavic, that white “anti racist” bitches go for what they think (because they have not been in the Balkans) is the biggest d**ks in the world 100% African DNA… It is not racist to refuse the average white penis? Then… so?


  16. Goober September 8, 2014 at 21:47 #

    But I noticed something about black American tourists: most of them wearing rastas, bad attitude, agressive, violent, rude…

    Judge the man based on his actions, not his skin color. Ask yourself honestly: how many black American men have been in your presence, who you haven’t even noticed, because he wasn’t acting in this fashion?

    My guess is the answer will be “Far more than you realize.”

    Many people hold racist attitudes and justify them because all they see are examples of their bias being confirmed. They think all black women are loud and obnoxious, and then go out in public, and all they see are loud, obnoxious black women. My friend mentioned this once, so I started pointing out all of the not-loud, not-obnoxious black women walking around, and he realized that he, like you, was experiencing a phenomenon known as “confirmation bias.”

    Think about it this way. How many times have you heard about a new song, or seen new model of car you’d never seen before, and then suddenly, you’re hearing that song everywhere you go, and you can’t stop seeing that car? Weird, right? Like suddenly, because you’ve heard about these things, they are now surrounding you.

    But that’s not how it works. What’s happening is that you were surrounded by them, before, too, you just never noticed because you had no reason to notice. That new model of car you see everywhere, you didn’t even know existed until you heard about it. Now you can’t stop noticing it because you’re aware of its existence, not because it suddenly appeared everywhere right after you heard about it.

    If someone is loud or obnoxious, or rude and violent, it’s best to judge that person based on his or her won actions, rather than paint an entire race with a broad brush because of your confirmation bias.

    I wonder if there is any possibilitie to prevent these people from coming over. I guess no.
    Are white American women breeding massively with black Americans?
    Is not destroying your Europan heritage?
    I definetely think this is part of the feminist agenda: “black is beautiful” and all that crap. Black people is ugly as fuck. I am sorry. It is just like that. With exceptions. And their most artistic peak is jazz. Jazz is OK but is not Chopin.

    I suppose you’re going to tell us that you’re not a racist now, too?

    White American women have a habit of “breeding” with whomever they damn well please, and that’s none of your business. White American women hold no “duty” to “uphold our European heritage,” no matter what you think. As if American heritage is European at all. American heritage is the very definition of the melting pot. I’d rather be a miscegenated mongrel than a pureblood asshole any day.


  17. Jason Wexler September 8, 2014 at 22:34 #

    I auto delete all comments from Spaniard, so I didn’t see this gem you’re responging to, however the thing I find most offensive about it, is the assumption that if we’re becoming more mixed race it has to be because white women are sleeping with black men. I’m not sure this will be seen as much better than what Spaniard said, but if I were straight I would probably date mostly black women (not implying they are manly), I’ve always had better luck forming friendships and understanding with black women. I would argue white men are just as capable of enjoying the company of women of color as white women are of enjoying black men.


  18. JShaft September 8, 2014 at 23:31 #

    If I support your statement, and it even raises the slim chances of me ever being nekkid next to Nikki Minaj, well then, I’d like to triple my support for your statement.

    Besides, having been raised feminist in a gynocentric world, I’d find it a lot easier to have a partner who was actually oppressed in any way. It’d take the dissonance away 🙂


  19. Jason Wexler September 8, 2014 at 23:43 #

    I almost responded “I’m a gay amputee and an Oziphile, be careful what kind of promises you make”, than I remembered I don’t actually think I’m oppressed, so I wonder if a black woman who thought she was oppressed would really appeal to you?

    I don’t know Nikki Manij, do you think she shares our distaste of Spaniard?


  20. The Real Peterman September 9, 2014 at 00:15 #

    Here’s an idea for a novel, JB: a virus wipes out 99% of all men and naturally the world’s infrastructure crumbles. Would women take over? Would the few remaining men be locked up for safe keeping? Would feminist zealots try to eliminate the last men?


  21. Fuzzie Wuzzie September 9, 2014 at 00:59 #

    The Real Peterman,
    Something like that did happen in prehistory. In conjunction with the demise of the mega-fauna in North America, the hypothesis is that humans were reduced to twelve couples.
    However, given your scenario, with the male side becoming the reproductive bottleneck, we would have to be treasured. Feminist zealots would be treated more harshly than medieval traitors by women.


  22. LostSailor September 9, 2014 at 01:12 #

    Already been done. Mostly in obscure novels by RadFems, but it’s a creeping theme in SF. Read Vox Day for more, he’s been battling it for a while now.

    But the most famous feminist SF novel is Sherri Tepper’s The Gate to Women’s Country, considered her finest novel. Back in my Blue Pill days, I enjoyed some of Tepper’s writing, but I view this one with new eyes now.

    Still, I’d love to see Janet’s take on such a plot.

    Write, JB, write!


  23. Lucy Ferre September 9, 2014 at 09:10 #

    Brilliant! My thoughts exactly!


  24. JShaft September 9, 2014 at 09:16 #

    Okay, now that you’ve shared that, I have to hold off on many, many stump/wang gags…

    But seriously, you can be gay and not know who Nicki Minaj is? She’s gotta be the only woman on earth who owns more wigs and eye makeup than a club full of dragqueens…

    Plus, she got a booty like POW!

    And yes, I think she’d make up new words for Spaniard. She does that a lot though…


  25. JShaft September 9, 2014 at 09:18 #

    A gendered version of Atlas Shrugged? Well, at least it’d be written by someone who can write, maybe it’d work :p


  26. JShaft September 9, 2014 at 09:30 #

    Still, I’m not sure how strongly I’d believe the lines quoted by the bitter ex-left wing sister, who freely admits to having had all sorts of issues with her older sibling over the tears. I’ve hung out with serious anarchists and hard left types in my day, and that whole bit just sounds like the script a right wing masochist hands to his dominatrix, as opposed to anything grown adults could say to each other without giggling. Also, the whole promiscuity thing is really, really recent in Feminism. The whole idea back then was to get away from “needing” men entirely. Way, way more ice-queens than whores, and the few that did bang like dunny doors in a gale were munching on the furriest of 70’s rug. Sorry, but it was there, how could I not?

    But yeah, there’s nothing in what that lady wrote that rings true even of Sparticans (the one group of Communist Party leftovers that still hold to the notion of violent revolution. They’re not allowed to share transportation to demonstrations, lest a crash wipe out half their membership.) and they’re simultaneously the most bugfuck insane and/or cute commo’s we’ve got left.

    Seriously, the true dirt on the mid to far left is no wackier than the mid to far right. Balance is healthy, and there’s only so far you can go out on a wing and keep it. 🙂


  27. worleyf September 9, 2014 at 10:11 #

    Great article as usual. Have you or do you plan to say anything about the Ray Rice issue? Apparently I’m not very popular this week as I questioned whether Rice was in fact acting in self defense: http://puertoricanconservative.wordpress.com/2014/09/08/domestic-violence-or-self-defense/


  28. Jason Wexler September 9, 2014 at 12:53 #

    Not all gays are into drag culture, particularly gay geeks like myself who end up feuding with queens when we point out they look like cheap 70s British sci fi aliens.

    I guess wang/stump jokes are appropriate if you consider circumcision an amputation, in which case I can now claim to be a double amputee.


  29. Jason Wexler September 9, 2014 at 12:57 #

    That’s a contradiction, if it were written by someone who can write it wouldn’t be “a version of Atlas Shrugged”.


  30. The Real Peterman September 9, 2014 at 13:43 #

    Id love to agree with you here, but so many things feminist say are so freaking crazy that it is hard to put anything past them. From all men are likely rapists to all hetero sex is rape to Valerie Solanas being hailed as a hero… It might have taken a while for some of what Kate Millett wanted to spread to actually spread. We see today that there seems to be nothing too loony for the main part of mass feminism to accept and run with.


  31. The Real Peterman September 9, 2014 at 13:56 #

    It’s so strange to me to see people who claim to believe that men and women are equal saying “men shouldn’t hit women, ever!”. Sometimes this morphs into “you shouldn’t hit someone weaker than you!” As if someone smaller and with less muscle can’t hurt you, so just stans there and take what they dish out.


  32. Fred Flange moons goodnight September 9, 2014 at 14:42 #

    My only indirect comment on Ray Rice is to note Jay-Z’s presence of mind to keep still during his elevator encounter with Solange: He followed his own warning to himself in “99 Problems” of his fate if he ever did haul off and hit back: “Back through the system with the riff raff again/Half a mil for bail ’cause I’m African/All the papparazzi snappin’ them”


  33. Spaniard September 9, 2014 at 14:43 #

    Of course white American women and European women they can breed whoever they wish. But it is something very frivolous from them. They are brainwashed by all that “United Colors of Benetton” crap since the 80s. And they are fashion victims. They are not very smart.
    Then, they breed with blacks and browns and then “will be the gnashing of teeth” (Mathew 24:51): they become single moms. Or they are dragged into a culture completely alien to them and not very “feminist”. Then we have all that feminist movies like “Not, without my daughter”.

    And, well, USA is a melting pop. Indeed. But Europe is not. And no need to be.
    I agree a certain amount of Asian; Latin American or African people is OK, but not something overwhelming.
    I go a lot to the North of Africa, I love Arabic-Islamic culture, and there is a certain amount of Europeans living there all yera long. But is not overwhelming. The local culture in not in risk.
    Well, certailny is in Lybia, “thanks” to the NWO attacks.


  34. Spaniard September 9, 2014 at 15:20 #

    Jason, don´t delete my comments!

    I loved that: “If I would be straight I would date mostly black women (not implying they are manly)”.


    I think you had a freudian lapsus.

    Look, I am not so bigot as you think : as a gay man you can marry completely legally in Spain since 2005.

    And I am completely OK about that. Just a few Spanish bigots protedetd energically against gay marriege. At the time.

    This is one of the most gay friendly countries on Earth, and I think that is fantastic. I do not think being homophobic makes an straight man more straight. That is absurd.


  35. Spaniard September 9, 2014 at 15:48 #

    That is an interesting point. One of the dirtiest woman I have ever met was an African British.


    So, the answer is YES.


  36. worleyf September 9, 2014 at 16:21 #

    Children – especially small children need to be protected, but women aren’t children. You can’t be equal and in constant need of protection.


  37. Jim September 9, 2014 at 19:54 #

    “a virus wipes out 99% of all men”

    The women wouldn’t last very long.


  38. Jason Wexler September 9, 2014 at 20:19 #

    So my objections to that plot focused on the implausiblity of a sex selective virus, particularly occurring naturally. However thats another good point, like it or not for the foreseeable future both sexes need the other to reproduce. A decline in the population of one sex that precipitous, ensures that there isn’t enough genetic diversity left for humanity to survive. Plus realistically that 1% that survives isn’t likely to be of the white knight variety, I’d wager on them being genuinely patriarchal polygynous foragers, paranoid anti-government militia types, rural and small town conservatives; and any other small isolated groups of people who could have avoided contact. Although I’d also be concerned about the virus mutating to attack women as well.

    It occurs to me after writing all of that, that you may have meant that women are screwed in the opening jars and having functioning sewer systems departments… I’m not sure I agree but I suppose it’s a possibility.


  39. Goober September 9, 2014 at 21:28 #


    The issue, I think, is not that women couldn’t do those things. THe issue is that if you look at the statistics of it all, that there would be SO FEW women that actually knew how.

    A woman can run a power grid, sure. No doubt. But right now, very few women do, meaning very few women know HOW to. If the men all died off, there would be a paltry tiny percentage of the human beings with the knowledge necessary to run a power gird available to do so. How many female linemen do you know? Electrical engineers? Electricians? Helicopter pilots to maintain the tranmission lines? People running the power plants?

    The power grids would fall Nearly all of them. Electricity would be a thing of the past for the foreseeable future.

    Multiply this by pretty much every single STEM industry that you can imagine, and you’ve got a real, honest to goodness problem on your hands.

    No one making gasoline. No one shipping goods (female longshoremen? Female merchant mariners? Female truck drivers?) No one maintaining telephone services. No electricity to run them, anyway. No garbage pickup. No construction, no mechanics, no farmers, no crops, no, no, no…

    I’m not saying that women are incapable of doing all of these things. That is just silly, of course they COULD, but right now, the vast, vast majority of these jobs are filled by men. I’d go so far as to say 90%.

    So suddenly, you’ve only got 10% of the previous workforce that knows how to do these things. Do you really think society would survive that?

    Of course it wouldn’t.


  40. wtfwtf13 September 9, 2014 at 21:33 #

    Cunt cakes are exquisite !


  41. wtfwtf13 September 9, 2014 at 21:42 #

    American heritage is the very definition of the melting pot. I’d rather be a miscegenated mongrel than a pureblood asshole any day.

    Enthusiastically agree with this sentiment a 100%.


  42. JShaft September 9, 2014 at 21:43 #

    This is why I love the English. Self effacing humor mixed with centuries of exposure to Irish gallows humor. Gotta love it.

    In all seriousness, if you really dislike dragqueens for looking like aliens from a cheap Blakes 7 spinoff, then maybe you shouldn’t search “Nicki Minaj Anaconda” on youtube.

    Although, to be fair, unlike most dragqueens, Nicki doesn’t have what’s best described as “A great face for radio”…


  43. JShaft September 9, 2014 at 21:45 #

    Note to self: Do not drink tea while reading comebacks…


  44. Jason Wexler September 9, 2014 at 21:46 #

    That may be true, but I’d be much more concerned about the potential for virus mutation and the lack of genetic diversity. There is a small but reasonable probability that women can overcome your problems, there’s no chance of them overcoming mine.


  45. JShaft September 9, 2014 at 21:48 #

    I’d agree, but they love writing things down. Even their secret agendas are published among themselves, because their own dogma tells them men won’t ever read it anyway. I also really don’t think that whole bit is even vaguely plausible, let alone necessary, because of all the other batshit crazy they spout.

    There’s no need to work with hearsay from a self-proclaimed biased source. There’s so much else to work with. Me, I’d stick to the insanity they publish, rather than the one possibly refutable thing one’s sister said she said back in the day.


  46. Jason Wexler September 9, 2014 at 22:12 #

    I like Drag Queens just fine, they’re the ones who dislike comparisons to Blakes 7 aliens, I thought of as a compliment…


  47. Jason Wexler September 9, 2014 at 22:14 #

    I’ve yet to make it to Australia, so I don’t know if you can get them there, but for spit takes I recommend double malted’s.


  48. JShaft September 9, 2014 at 22:25 #

    Lol, I think there’s a bigger point to be made here. There ARE women who can do all these things. Always have been, always will be. Gender in the brain and behavior is way more a slider than a switch.

    The problem for most of the women is: Most of these competent, intelligent, “empowered” women mostly aren’t wired to fend for crying women. They don’t have the urge to cuddle them or save them, because there’s nothing they’d get for it. Strangely, of the 15 or so (small sample size rules apply, this is my experience, not statistics people) women I’ve worked laboring and technical jobs alongside, maybe 2 were bi, and one was a dyke. And even then, the dyke was a true roadie, in that all she wanted women for was a quickie, followed by booting them out the door :p

    So, the 95% (anally derived statistics ahoy!) or whatever that can’t do anything other than admin crap are all gonna be clawing each others eyes out for a chance to try and manipulate one of the few men left into helping them live. Me, I hope the virus happens to wipe out all the competent ones, and leaves neckbeards who can calculate ThAC0 while composing hentai search terms. Finally, they will have their day, being fought over by trophy wives. For about a month, then cue apocalypse.

    I’m liking this story so far :p


  49. JShaft September 9, 2014 at 22:29 #

    As would my girlfriend. Then again, she used to do Rocky Horror, and made all the fuckta- I mean “Cast’s” costumes…

    Maybe it’s the misphonia, but going to the movies to watch a fun movie while people yell at the screen and wankers dance in front of it is a special kind of hell for me…

    The curse of being a geek and gay is that all your references to cool stuff comes across as snarky bitchery, I’m assuming? Still, better than my world, which is half full of nerds and half spent engaging with serious sports freaks. I fuck up all the time on that :/


  50. JShaft September 9, 2014 at 22:30 #

    ? Milk or Scotch?


  51. Jason Wexler September 9, 2014 at 23:17 #

    Malting scotch? That sounds like a terrible idea, I’m talking about the frozen desert, sort of a very thick milkshake.


  52. Jason Wexler September 9, 2014 at 23:21 #

    Just for the sake of keeping the joke going…

    I’m not sure I’ve ever heard geeks referred to as bitchy… snarky, occasionally, but never bitchy.


  53. ladjpw September 10, 2014 at 03:11 #

    Thanks, since my last response to this post, I’ve added to my list of ongoing feuds in the lgbt community the gaymer community, because I pointed out a “glitch” in Sims 4 is the result of language policing coming back and biting people in the ass (gay is being filtered out as a swear or derogatory).  I stopped reading anything tagged women on Advocate when I started watching Karen Straughn videos and reading JB, the dissonance was too much, and I stand behind my arguments with the “orientation” crusaders, the trans community and the HIV+ community but maybe I should consider no longer reading either Advocate or Judgy Bitch.

    Oh and I’ve just spent more time then I’d care to admit to, throwing shade at a Superman action figure, attempting to determine if Superman could dethrone Captain America as the comic character it would be easiest to retcon as gay, without throwing away a shit ton of history.  He’s not of course,  no one will ever dethrone Cap, but man Superheros are super gay.


  54. JShaft September 10, 2014 at 06:58 #

    See, what I know about scotch could be written on a postage stamp… I assumed this was some variation on “Single malt” or something, poor fool me. Now, having spent as long as I did in your scene, I’m wondering if a “frozen thickshake” isn’t some sort of impressively cute euphemism for some sort of particularly colourful and complex boudoir activity…

    Aw, shuddup and gimme my icecream ya limey!


  55. JShaft September 10, 2014 at 06:59 #

    If you add gayness or gothness to geekness, bitchyness hitches a ride…


  56. Spaniard September 10, 2014 at 08:27 #

    Europe is a caucasoid melting pot. Especially the Mediterranean is a caucasoid/semitic (both Jew and Arab) melting pot.

    But when the result of a melting port is all that hip hop culture,,, Hell, no!!!!


  57. Jason Wexler September 10, 2014 at 12:44 #

    I have never met straight or nongeek goths… former or “reformed” goths who’ve renounced or stopprd pretending to be bi, absolutely, but never the former.


  58. JShaft September 10, 2014 at 12:52 #

    Yeah, with you on that last part, underpants outside of trousers combined with otherwise catchy colour schemes and practical accessories that don’t clash with the outfit? Who do they think they’re kidding?

    Considering a lot of people don’t know or understand or fully accept their sexuality as it is (for some of us, there’s a learning curve if I’m not alone), I don’t see how it’d be a problem for any superhero to be gay, and wouldn’t give a crap if they were or weren’t, so long as it wasn’t the most horrible part of their storyline. So, if it’s better than the ongoing headdesk that is Mary Jane Watson, I’m all for it.

    Seriously, every time I hear someone scream that people are ruining their favorite comic, I like to remind them that every comic gets ruined sometime in it’s life, and occasionally it’s for the better. Daredevil was B list pap until Frank Miller ruined him with Spiderman villains and actual subplots. And DC was my favorite comic company till the New 52 ruined everything and made me read Marvel, which is where all the good writers have been hiding these last few years, apparently :p.

    Still, as an old school DC fan, I vote for gay Lobo, that’d scare the fuck outta the straight kids. I should know, I’m one :p


  59. JShaft September 10, 2014 at 12:56 #

    Shit, I’ve met straight, nongeek, right wing, racist homophobic goths. Even one who wasn’t into any of that “sick kinky shit”…

    There are many colours in the goth rainbow apparently…


  60. Jason Wexler September 10, 2014 at 12:58 #

    I have a fructose allergy, so I can’t touch most alcohol either, so I never bothered to learn anything about most drinks.

    I think that may be the second time you’ve suggested or assumed I’m British. I’m not, but there is no greater compliment you can pay to an American geek, who grew up watching prime time PBS shows that believed British narrators provided gravitas, validity and whit. “That complex theory, I barely understand must be true, he has a British accent!”


  61. Jason Wexler September 10, 2014 at 13:31 #

    Frank Miller once responded to the Wertham claims of Batman being or promoting gay by referring to the Joker as a “homophobic nightmare”; I think by suggesting a gay Lobo after pointing out the stereotypically gay things about Superman you may have created a homophobes nightmare.

    With the fluidity of sexual identity which the queer community hates to acknowledge and thus is the source of one of my fore mentioned ongoing feuds, of course we do know that anybody could be gay, including or especially fictional superheroes with decades of history often in need of trimming or rewriting to attract newer audiences. However no character with more than 10 years of such history, would require so little trimming to be gay as Captain America. A man who in 75 years of publication as of next May, has had 4 on panel girlfriends all of which lasted 2 issues or less, and three of whom were explicitly meant to prevent this type of speculation, he is the only classic character without a stock ingenue something even Wonder Woman has, he is a 97 year old man with the golden locks, youthfully handsome face and jacked body of a 25 year old WeHo gym bunny, he is a pacifist artist, despite being an infant orphan the greatest tragedy in his life which he never got over was the presumed death of the underage boy he traveled Europe with, and finally he was chosen to be Captain America because he was a pussy for all intents and purposes, conclusion: GAY.

    Kind of off topic but I’ve never understood why the fans in the 70s liked Mary Jane over Gwen Stacey, or for that matter why if Stan Lee intended Gwen to be end game, he ever introduced Mary Jane in the first place. I wonder if this is something MRAs and feminists could agree on….


  62. Jason Wexler September 10, 2014 at 13:41 #

    Since when is two (colors) many, and from a strict optics perspective neither black nor white are colors.

    What exactly identified these people as goths other than their say so, I don’t want to play a no true Scotsman card, but sometimes it’s valid afterall Frenchmen aren’t Scotsmen, anti-feminists aren’t feminists and straight people aren’t gay, calling yourself something you’re not doesn’t change reality, it probably just makes you a prick.


  63. The Real Peterman September 10, 2014 at 16:44 #

    Definitely. I meant adults, not kids.


  64. JShaft September 11, 2014 at 01:42 #

    This could be related to my issue with remembering people’s names. I’m fine with faces, which makes most message boards a constant source of embarrassment.

    Still, it could be worse, I could have had that issue for all the years I was a rampant manwhore during… Oh…


  65. JShaft September 11, 2014 at 01:48 #

    Lol, yeah, Cap could be gay, or worse, he could be a bit Cliff Richard, if your European travel buddy leering holds up :p

    And really, we’re still looking for a reason to agree with Feminists? It’s kind of impossible, as Feminism doesn’t even agree with Feminism. Once you get to draft your ideology based purely on what you think things are like and should be like, and teach that to others, you end up in the same place as the old Communist Party in Australia, which died of schizm-itis. There was even a cute little song in the seventies, sung to “Ten Green Bottles”…

    There was one communist faction, sitting in the hall,
    one communist faction, sitting in the hall,
    and if one communist faction, should have a little brawl,
    There’ll be two communist factions, sitting in the hall.

    And just keep going till someone throws a molotov at you :p


  66. JShaft September 11, 2014 at 02:49 #

    True enough, but anyone who owns that many Sisters Of Mercy demos probably has a greater claim than most of the halfyay emo kids and gravers that dominate the club scene now.

    Shit, there’s almost as many SHARP skins who fight other SHARP skins in Melbourne because they’re either too communist or not enough. Life is funny like that.

    But seriously, I do love the No True Scotsman thing. The right tried that over here with calling various things “Un-Australian”, which, unfortunately sounds like a ringing endorsement round these parts :p


  67. Jason Wexler September 11, 2014 at 03:25 #

    In the states goth and emo claim to be unrelated things. I’ve never heard of gravers, I wonder if they’re the same as what we called baby bats when I was one, I.e. pseudo or show goths.

    I know what what is meant by “un-Australian” that being unpatriotic, but the phrase just sounds painful in my ear. I’ve never heard the expression used for another country, I thought it was a thoroughly American turn of phrase, which makes it seem even more cheap and demeaning since they are dropping down to American standards of discourse. So when you say conservatives do you mean the Liberal Party and are trying not to confuse the Amricans, or since Australia actually has a political left, unlike America, do you include Labor in with the Liberals as conservatives?


  68. JShaft September 11, 2014 at 03:53 #

    Ah Labor got into the “Un-Australian” shenanigans too, but yeah, I was doing exactly what you said. It’s so hard to tell most Americans that our right wing party is called the Liberal Party, although it does always bring up a classic political anecdote. The head of the Liberal Party back in the day was famously quoted as saying “There are no small L Liberals”, to jokingly point out his party had no left wing faction. Then the most famous doddering old fuckwit from the National Party (basically the country Liberal party, they’ve been a coalition for all of my life and then some) came out and said that there were “No small L Nationals”…

    True story bro!


  69. 92redrevolver September 11, 2014 at 10:14 #

    You know that planet in Futurama where Bender and Fry get raped by giant women (haha, hilarious…)? I’m pretty sure there are quite a lot of men that get off on that type of fantasy.

    Just like there are women who get off on gangbang fantasies! Different course for different horses, amirite? 😛


  70. 92redrevolver September 11, 2014 at 10:22 #

    I find it weird how you can’t be ‘very left wing’ and still not think that feminism is clusterfuck of idiots with a chip on their shoulder.

    Moreover, politics, having a left wing and a right wing, makes it very much like a pigeon, no? I would argue (as would many academics I’ve met) that a linear political spectrum is not the best thing to predicate a political argument on.


  71. 92redrevolver September 11, 2014 at 10:24 #

    I meant the first statement within the context of the dichotomy of both MRAs and feminists.

    I still consider myself ‘very left wing’ but I’ve never agreed with feminist principles beyond early, liberal interpretations (e.g. Betty Friedan, but even then, I do disagree with her on some of her premises).


  72. Jason Wexler September 11, 2014 at 11:53 #

    Which explains why the National Party is the junior/subordinate member of the coalition.


  73. Jason Wexler September 11, 2014 at 12:00 #

    Well “death by snusnu” makes a certain amount of sense as the ultimate punishment if you buy into the absurd notion that women hate sex and the equally absurd popular western belief that death is the worst thing that ever happens to a person.


  74. JShaft September 12, 2014 at 11:10 #

    That first sentence has such a confusing double negative I now have a headache, but other than that, I’ve always though Left and Right wing are about as descriptive as straight and gay. Some people who’re straight tie each other up and lick shoes while whacking it into a cup, and some gay people just cuddle for shared warmth. Some “Right wingers” are caring decent people with souls, and some “Left wingers” are clear thinking pragmatists.

    It’s all bullshit labels to be honest, which is why I steer clear of applying very many to myself, when I can help it. Shorthand can seem useful, but like all shortcuts, they miss something…


  75. JShaft September 12, 2014 at 11:14 #

    It wasn’t always the case. Once upon a time they used to brag that the National Party tail wagged the Liberal Party dog. Now, they’re a bunch of time serving hacks. As opposed to every other politician in every other period in the history of humanity.

    And don’t go reminding me how the Romans used to whine about the decline of public service and general civility…


  76. JShaft September 12, 2014 at 11:15 #

    There are things far, far worse than death. You ever seen “The Vampire Diaries”?


  77. David October 1, 2014 at 15:47 #

    ” The feminists I was debating with recently about this issue pretty much insisted that prosecuting false rape allegations could deter real victims from coming forward… ”

    And I bet said feminist wouldn’t lose a wink of sleep over all the men falsely accused of various things; such a concern isn’t even on her radar.

    Jerkssica Valenti thinks women should be believed wholesale – based on nothing more than words having passed female lips.

    The scary part is, we aren’t too far from there now.


  78. Ndoki October 13, 2014 at 01:45 #

    The plain and simple truth is that the root of feminism is FEM, and that doesn’t stand for equality, or humans, and it doesn’t take an English degree to know what it stands for.

    No matter what they claim to be for, anyone who adopts the title of feminist either a) is totally misinformed and has never heard about egalitarianism (which may be intentional on the part of feminists – conspiracy!) or b) only cares about the plight of her own gender.

    I also only specified “her own gender” because I’m pretty sure of every male identifying as a feminist, not a single one doesn’t fall under category a, unless he’s completely whipped.

    In other words: you cannot take the title of FEMinist, and claim to care about everyone, the name says it all.


  79. Robert Franklin November 19, 2014 at 17:13 #

    Ms. JB – I’ve written the blog for Glenn Sacks, Fathers and Families and the National Parents Organization for the last 6 years. It’s important to note that no feminist organization anywhere at any time has ever supported a bill to establish a presumption of equal parenting post-divorce. And when they take a position, it’s invariably in opposition. That includes most recently the AAUW, and, in earlier times, the National Association of Women Lawyers (Canada), the Fawcett Society (the UK), numerous feminist organizations in Australia and of course NOW and at least some of their state affiliates. In Israel, fathers’ rights advocates are currently suing feminist members of the Knesset for slander, libel and defamation for statements made in opposition to shared parenting. On this basis alone, feminism opposes equality.


  80. Father Marker November 21, 2014 at 12:21 #

    I’ve been thinking about the “Yes means Yes” bill that I believe has made it’s way through the California legislature. I’m wondering what would happen if men decided to apply the “Yes means yes” principle to all areas of interaction between men and women.

    If men gave some thought to it they could make life very difficult for women by insisting on applying the “yes means yes” principle to all areas to the point where the very thought of the term would become a stench in the nostrils of all females.


  81. farkennel December 9, 2014 at 06:41 #

    “I`m BEGINNING to see it as a deliberate calculated deliberate lie”…..good lord woman…are you new?


  82. Hispaniard February 11, 2015 at 20:11 #

    Great post. First world problems matter too. We may not live in war torn societies or oppressive societies, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t any oppression or any serious issues to take into consideration. This gender olympics definitely is in the top 5 of major problems in the West in general.

    You know what isn’t really a problem though? Miscegenation. I don’t know what that “Spaniard” dood is all aboot but we as a race of people (Iberians/Hispanics) have never had major problems in marrying outisde our race when the choice of our own people was scarce. Of course if you live among your people you are more likely to marry one of your own, and of course if you marry someone who is culturally very different fro you, regardless of race , there’s a higher chance your partnership may end in failure. But that doesn’t mean we should forsaken love if it comes from an alien place or an alien culture, some times it is worth it. Every person has the right to find their own path, even though I agree exotic relationships are often romantized in the media probably trying to push forward the currently common view that anything is better an more acceptable than a white regular male in a white country. (By white country I mean any country where 90%+ of the general pop is made of white people.

    Also…you can’t promote homosexuality. Being “gay” surely is a cultural construct, but creating bonds and enjoying sex with people of both sexes is something more or less all humans are capable of doing it, it’s just most humans in most societies today have a very restricted and narrow view on what human romantic and sexual relations should be like. We need all those tags (Hetero, gay, bi , asexual,,,) to describe behavioral patterns that all humans may experience at some point during their lives, because highly especialised societies like ours need a lot of tags and a lot of little rules. So promoting homosexuality isn’t going to be the end of civilisation. Attacking marriages and destroying the roles of men in society though, may end up being the end of OUR civilisation. But there are other civilisations in the world ready to take over when we are gone who will have none of that BS .


  83. globalist1 March 18, 2015 at 00:39 #

    Our feminist dictatorship hurts 3 groups of women, by inciting abuse of men:
    1) women from his family (his mom, sister, daughter etc)
    2) women in intimate relationships (wives, girlfriends, prostitutes etc)
    3) women who depend on men for survival (who eat corn and other grains harvested by men, meat, fish, who use electricity, water and objects invented by men and houses built by men).TS, Niagara Falls



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