Thought Catalog to Feminists: Go Fuck Yourselves

1 Dec

I have a new piece up at Thought Catalog and I just want to give a huge shout out to my editors over there who do not seem to be interested in bowing to feminist pressures to censor voices critical of feminism.

In the past few days both Dean Esmay and Chris Good have disappeared from the Huffington Post in the UK. Listen to Chris explain what is going on, and then mosey on over to the home of the free at Thought Catalog.

NOW completely discredits the value of children having ongoing relationships with both their parents and zeroes in on what matters most to feminists: it’s not the well-being of children but rather the woman’s access to the man’s resources even when the relationship is over. Feminists literally oppose equality because they want the money. How very noble.


15 Responses to “Thought Catalog to Feminists: Go Fuck Yourselves”

  1. Jack Strawb December 1, 2014 at 20:55 #

    To your piece on Thought Catalog I wrote,

    “…and gender egalitarians like myself argue that ignoring half of humanity when discussing gender issues will never lead to any solutions.”

    This is correct, and it’s why feminism will ultimately prove destructive to the third world.

    One need only look at how first world feminism addresses third world issues to understand this. Feminism will demand we pay close attention to Boko Haram’s kidnapping of schoolgirls while ignoring its regular murder of schoolboys. Feminism will demand we pay attention to girls being forced to stay in the home while ignoring that boys are sent into battle to be slaughtered as child soldiers and that boys inherit their fathers’ legal obligations to support all female relatives. Feminism will demand we pay attention to women being forced to wear burkas while ignoring that only 30% of Iranian college graduates are men.

    There are legitimate women’s issues in the third-world, but feminism is not the answer to the problems of people in the third-world, which will demand concerted action from united men and women.


  2. Paul Murray December 1, 2014 at 21:25 #

    “Reproductive rights as detailed by the United Nations must be extended to men, which includes the right to be free from coerced parenthood. ”

    JB – do you have a reference for this? It would be nice to know if my country is signatory to one of the UN declarations that mandates this.


  3. Paul Murray December 1, 2014 at 21:30 #

    So far, all I can find is declarations that women have a right to contraception. No mention of men, of course.


  4. Paul Murray December 1, 2014 at 21:31 #

    Oh doh! You didn’t say that men have right under these conventions – you said that we ought to. My bad.

    Carry on 🙂


  5. FuzzieWuzzie December 1, 2014 at 23:06 #

    One of the points that your post brought up was how stimulus money was diverted to feminists. It would have otherwise gone to construction workers who would feed their families. That working families got the short straw in favor of eminists is beyond me.
    H/T to Farm Boy for this link.


  6. Reason December 2, 2014 at 02:32 #

    I dare Anonymous to use their skills to unlock the central nervous system of feminism. There must be an entire fabric of interlinking ideologues across the globe, and, more importantly, a power structure superimposed over democracy made of media, lies and friends. It takes far too little time for shit and fan to appear out of nowhere, and somehow get the needed power to fling things at lightning speed. In other words, feminism’s misandrist regime of propaganda and censorship needs an enema.


  7. Ticklish Quill (@TicklishQuill) December 2, 2014 at 12:27 #

    So Is WebCite – I really do wish that more people would use it.

    Why Feminism Is NOT ‘The Fight for Equal Rights’

    Why Feminism Needs to End: It’s Time to Work Towards Equality


  8. Copyleft December 2, 2014 at 14:03 #

    Feminism is simply concerned with what benefits women, period. To call that ‘equality’ is to say that ISIS is exercising religious freedom.


  9. Copyleft December 2, 2014 at 14:04 #

    (Should have said “DEFENDING” religious freedom)


  10. Henry Aldrich December 2, 2014 at 19:23 #

    Most elite hackers are feminists, ready to use digital violence to save any damsel in distress, so good luck with that. They’re more likely to help NOW crush you (figuratively speaking)


  11. That_Susan December 3, 2014 at 13:51 #

    I just watched Chris Good’s video and think he’s an awesome guy. One interesting point he made was that he felt first and second wave feminism were necessary and actually did improve things — he just felt that it was now time to work towards full equality.

    I really, really hate the way that modern feminists want to silence demean everyone who disagrees with them.


  12. That_Susan December 3, 2014 at 13:58 #

    The hard part about aligning oneself with anti-feminists is that while there are some who oppose feminism because they want true equality, there are also a good number who oppose it because they’d like to return to a social structure wherein everyone is locked into a different place based on things like gender, race, and wealth, and everyone knows their place and contentedly stays there. The writers at the Return of Kings and Return of Queens blogs seem every bit as anti-racial equality as they are anti-feminism.


  13. implying names December 4, 2014 at 02:33 #

    Holy shit, I’m pretty sure I went to elementary school with one of the writers you namedropped in that article and I don’t even know how to feel about that.



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