Category Archives: Philosophy of Feminism

What can’t continue, won’t.

Larry Kummer at Fabius Maximus responds to the illogical modern conservative position in Modern women say “follow the rules while we break them”. Kummer points out that the position modern conservatives are trying to conserve (feminism plus chivalry) is inherently unstable, … Continue reading

Posted in Duluth Model, Fabius Maximus, Feminist Territory Marking, Military, Moxie, Philosophy of Feminism, Traditional Conservatives, Turning a blind eye, Ugly Feminists | 463 Comments

Have faith in self esteem.

The dominant religion of our age is feminism, and feminism means placing your faith in self esteem.  More specifically, feminism means placing your faith in women’s self esteem.  The fundamental premise of feminism is that if it weren’t for men … Continue reading

Posted in Envy, Feminist Territory Marking, Feminists, Movies, Moxie, Philosophy of Feminism, Turning a blind eye, Ugly Feminists, Wendy Griffith, Wonder Woman | 131 Comments

She’s number one!

As I have noted previously, feminism is the assertion that men are evil and naturally want to harm women, followed by pleas to men to solve all of women’s problems. Feminism is also about the desire to be first, to … Continue reading

Posted in Amelia Earhart, Charles Lindbergh, Envy, Feminist Territory Marking, Feminists, Philosophy of Feminism, Salon, Scientific American, You can't make this stuff up | 105 Comments

Pocket pouting

One of the greater misconceptions about feminism is that men can fix the problems feminists are complaining about.  What isn’t understood is the base impulse, envy of men and the associated resentment, is unfix-able and doesn’t spring from injustice.  Christians … Continue reading

Posted in Envy, Hillary Clinton, Philosophy of Feminism, Rationalization Hamster, Rebellion, Ugly Feminists, You can't make this stuff up | 105 Comments

Misers are miserable.

Perhaps the greatest disappointment for feminists is their failure to make men miserable by getting them to do traditionally female roles.  Feminists didn’t understand that their misery came from their own miserly hearts, not from the act of caring for … Continue reading

Posted in Envy, Miserliness, Philosophy of Feminism, The Guardian, Ugly Feminists | 173 Comments