Why I don’t take feminists seriously, Part V

Mike Adams
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Posted: Jan 31, 2006 12:05 AM
This woman named Lavender keeps writing me 1000-word hate males to remind me that she can’t take anything I say seriously. She did it after Parts I, II, III, and IV of this series. I guess Lavender will just keep writing until she’s blue in the face. As for me, I’m just tickled pink.

In her last letter, Lavender said that my series on feminism just proves that I hate women. That brings me to my next point about feminism.

15. Feminists can’t understand the difference between anti-feminism and sexism.

If men were the only ones opposed to feminism, Lavender might have a point. But feminists must surely be aware of data indicating that, among adult females, non-feminists outnumber feminists by a ratio of three to one. And that is unlikely to change in the favor of feminists for two reasons: a) feminists are becoming increasingly irrelevant in the 21st century, and b) feminists keep killing their babies at a higher rate than non-feminists.

16. The four most common words a feminist uses are “I,” “me,” “my,” and “mine.”

I really get tired of hearing these four words from feminists. “I feel this” or “I feel that.” “Keep your laws off MY body.” “It’s MY body, MY choice.” Feminists are the only people in society who actually use these four words more in adulthood than they did when they were two years old.

It is especially irritating when they say that the man should have no right to be involved in the decision to abort. They remind us that a man’s opinion is irrelevant by simply repeating the phrase “It’s MY body.” But should that logic apply when the aborted baby is a male? What happens after the abortion is performed, and one looks into the bucket and sees a little penis? Whose penis is it? Is it the woman’s penis?

17. Feminists’ positions on abortion and capital punishment cannot be reconciled.

As I’ve mention before, feminists often support the decision to abort a fetus - even though they admit that they “don’t know” whether “it” is a person. They will admit that “it” eventually becomes a person with rights. But now that partial birth abortion is becoming more defensible in the minds of feminists, it is hard to tell when they think personhood begins. I can hardly pin a feminist down on this issue. All I know is that “it” can count on feminist support after “it” commits “its” first murder.

18. Feminists’ husbands are even more irritating than feminists.

In an earlier installment, I mentioned a free speech debate on my campus. A bunch of men debated a point for several days. When they were done, a campus feminist coalition issued a joint statement of their “collective” opinion.

But there is a part of the story I omitted. After the feminists issued their statement, the husband of the head feminist issued his individual opinion on the matter, which happened to reflect complete agreement with his wife. This spineless sissy was afraid to express his opinion until after he knew what his feminist wife thought – or, more accurately, felt.

Or maybe I’m wrong. Perhaps he just thought that a little more a** kissing would make him different than all the other men his feminist wife had previously divorced. What a pansy.

But he’s not the biggest pansy I’ve ever seen. That award goes to a guy whose feminist wife was rumored to be sleeping with one of my colleagues. After he got a few drinks under his belt one night, he told me that he didn’t mind if his wife was having an affair – that their friendship was strong enough to endure it. How liberating. He’s going to support her through thick and thin - even if another man is hiding his hoo-hoo dilly in her cha-cha.

I know I said it just a minute ago but it’s worth repeating. What a pansy.

19. Feminists can’t face the reality of “gender-ocide.”

It’s bad enough that feminists are silent on the issue of minority over-representation in abortion clinics. But their heartlessness is compounded by the fact that they seldom discuss the fact that more girls are aborted worldwide than boys. There is no question that this is the case. The only question is exactly how many more million girls are aborted per year.

And so they leave it to the anti-feminists to ask the hard questions, to combat sexism, and to combat what some now call “gender-ocide.”

But, I guess the feminists have more important things to think about. They’re really upset about Part V of my series. And they’re wondering what can be done to stop Part VI.

Mike S. Adams will speak at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC, this Thursday night. The speech, which is free and open to the public, will begin at 6:30 in the Student Union (Linville Falls Room).