There is an ongoing war dividing women into opposing fractions. Long before this war started, women had different life styles and opinions on their role in society. There were obvious disagreements but they were generally free to pursue their personal choices. In time, intelligent debates over personal preferences became political. Once religion, science, economics, and politics got involved, tension between women raised until it reached the boiling point.
The war is a psychological warfare. What was previously seen as debate and intelligent critic is now seen as provoking propaganda and stubborn resistance. Manipulation of statistics, emotional anecdotes and no-existing science research are used to draw an agenda. Each fraction has its own street warriors, strategic planners, propaganda departments and faith leaders. There are political, religious, and scientific alliances over some topics and individual revenge agendas over others. There is no end to this war as some fractions are so radical that only a total capitulation will do. It might become the longest war in our history. The name of this total war is Feminism.
Notice that I said feminism is a war between women. And this is because as a man I completely missed this battle for my first 35 years. I didn’t even know what feminism really was. I heard a few ideas from here and there, read a few articles but I could never grasp the essence of it.
My first real introduction to the concept was trough the study of philosophy, where I stumbled on feminism seen from an intellectual perspective. The quality of thought of some female authors I was reading was on pair with the best male philosophers. I couldn’t help but agree with the logic and reasoning behind it. I didn’t realize I was a feminist all along, I didn’t realize that feminism was funded on solid logic and brilliant reasoning, I didn’t understand the role my wife played all those years giving me a first class intellectual and moral foundation to embrace feminist ideas.
Whatever ideas women are exposed to, we are their boyfriends, husbands, fathers, brothers and sons, and it will affect us too. We cannot stand still and wait until women finally agree what they want from us. We need to take responsibility ourselves and work together with women to come to a solution because, let’s face it, being born a woman is still bad luck for the mind inside that body.
The problem I see with feminism today is that it becomes synonym with arrogance and shallow thinking. For each feminist book worth reading there are 20 that are plain shit, propaganda and twisted statistics attacking beauty, sexuality, femininity, and everything in between that was made by men. This is the Twitter feminism, obsessed with polishing the political correct language, making women feel good about themselves, rather than focusing on a real change, solutions for the future.
My excuse to stay out of this battle was “I don’t know about it, it’s not my war”. But now I do. Now you know it too. And it’s time to pick sides. It’s time to support intelligence and reason, over arrogance and cheap propaganda. It’s time to pick individuality, freedom and humanity, over mass hysteria, delusion and political agendas. It’s time to choose whether we want a society in which women and men are truly equal or women are enjoying special protection and are on revenge spree against male’s dominance. It’s time to join forces with great minds of our time and expose the lies and misinformation we are receiving daily. It’s time to jump into the trenches. Their war is here.
From now on we’ll start publishing quotes from the best intellectual thinkers. We bring you high quality models and nudes and you can expect the same high standard in our intellectual selections. My hope is that over time you might want to read a book or two of what we recommend and make up your own mind. Just this small deed is already a great step forward.
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