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Brighton and Hove City Council wrote to thousands of parents asking them to confirm their primary school places this week.
It wrote to parents urging them to support their child’s choice of “gender identity” and asked them to leave the form blank if the child had “another gender identity” altogether.
Tory MP Andrew Bridgen told The Sun the letter was “utterly ridiculous”.
He said: “Schools should be teaching kids to read and write, not prompting them to consider gender swaps.”
the left attracts immoral, sexually dysfunctional degenerates. they are the same types that claim heterosexuality is oppressive. and are obsessed with indoctrinating children ignoring the rights of parents
Sexualizing "trans kids" is part of strategy to normalize pedophila. https://t.co/6uGQcun1cW
— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) April 20, 2016
“I saw the feminist movement cover up for PEDOPHILES,”
Sara Fernanda Giromini
Readers will remember Emily Depasse as the feminist who bragged about teaching sex to 12-year-olds in Baltimore during the #ShoutYourStatus campaign to “destigmatize” sexually transmitted diseases.
Beyond the insanity of celebrating herpes — which “actually made my sex life healthier & more satisfying than before,” Ms. Depasse boasted — her participation in this online publicity campaign called attention to how schools are promoting the feminist agenda to children whose parents likely have no idea what is being taught in classrooms. Would you wantEmily Depasse talking to your seventh-grader? Speaking as the father of six children (the oldest of whom is a teacher, and the youngest now a seventh-grader), I am certain that I would not want a mentally ill pervert like Emily Depasse anywhere near my children. Why would a private academy hire such a person as the “Sex Lady” to instruct children? And if the children of the wealthy elite are being indoctrinated by radical feminists at a prestigious school where tuition is more than $25,000 a year, isn’t it likely such beliefs will become increasingly influential?
Concern for the well-being of young people, a desire to protect them against harmful influences, is every parent’s natural instinct. However, feminists are hostile to parenthood. Emily DePasse has written on her blog, “At this point in my life, I do not foresee myself having children, nor do I really want them,” and describes herself as “self-admittedly too selfish to have children.” Consumed by this attitude of narcissistic arrogance, feminists are unable to comprehend why parents oppose the shameless immorality that has defined feminism’s agenda for decades.
Dana Mack’s 1997 book The Assault on Parenthood: How Our Culture Undermines the Family detailed how this hostility toward parents had become commonplace in the public education establishment and other institutions. Government schools not only indoctrinate children in atheism, but they also deliberately subvert parental authority and promote radical ideas about “gender” and “sexuality” to children.
This belief system has become so pervasive within the educational establishment that now we see it being embraced by allegedly Christian schools, including Augsburg College, a former Lutheran seminary, and atCatholic institutions like the University of Notre Dame.
It seems that many who call themselves “Christian” educators have forgotten how Professor Mary Daly celebrated the feminist movement “not only as Antichrist but also as Antichurch,” as a “rising woman-consciousness” to destroy the “Christocentric cosmos.” More than four decades later, we see the consequences of abandoning the Bible, as feminist gender theory — the social construction of the gender binarywithin the heterosexual matrix — becomes the basis of understanding human sexuality. Forsaking their moral duty by embracing this satanic agenda, many allegedly Christian educators now teach the same evil ideas that are destroying the souls of children in public schools.
Emily Depasse’s parents sent her to Our Lady of Good Counsel High School, a prestigious Catholic prep school where tuition is $19,550 a year. Despite this, DePasse explained on her blog how “when I first made the decision to have sex” during her sophomore year, “I wrote my mom a letter explaining that I needed to get on birth control.”
Am I the only one who hears an alarm bell ringing here?
What kind of “Catholic” education are parents paying $19,550 a year for Our Lady of Good Counsel High School to provide, if sophomore girls at this school behave so directly opposite to Catholic doctrine? If you are a parent and your 15-year-old daughter informs you she has “made the decision to have sex,” wouldn’t you go to the courthouse and take out a restraining order to keep your daughter’s boyfriend away from her? Let us stipulate that teenagers are prone to sexual misadventures, no matter how adults attempt to prevent it. However, do we expect the mothers of Catholic schoolgirls to endorse this activity and to enable such behavior by providing their minor daughters with contraceptives? Are we now so far down the slippery slope into decadence and depravity that parents must become accomplices to the corruption of their own children?
Where I come from, the boy in such a situation would consider himself fortunate if the police got hold of him before her father did. There are probably still many fathers in America who wouldn’t mind doing a year or two in jail for aggravated assault after whupping the daylights out of any boy they caught messing around with their daughters. Parental authority in such matters was once recognized as socially beneficial, and if teenagers still ran wild, no grown-up was required to tolerate their shenanigans.
There used to be something called romance in this world, and making teenage boys fear the wrath of a girl’s parents was part of it. Really, wasn’t this the great drama of Romeo and Juliet? What was all that swordplay between the Capulets and Montagues about? Family honor, which is also the theme of The Godfather. Remember how Sonny pounded on Carlo for his abusive treatment of Connie? And remember how, after Carlo betrayed Sonny to the Barzinis, Michael confronted Carlo?
Old-fashioned ideas about family honor once informed our culture, because it was understood that love should lead to marriage, and that “sexuality” should be about man and wife uniting in love, forming families with children of their own. This is simply human nature, but radical feminism is a War Against Human Nature. Feminists despise marriage, feminists hate babies, feminists seek to destroy the family and, in the course of this destructive pursuit, feminists destroy the basis of love.
“Certainly all those institutions which were designed on the assumption and for the reinforcement of the male and female role system such as the family (and its sub-institution, marriage), sex, and love must be destroyed.”
— The Feminists, 1969
“The first condition for escaping from forced motherhood and sexual slavery is escape from the patriarchal institution of marriage.”
— Alison M. Jaggar, 1988
“I don’t particularly like babies. They are loud and smelly and, above all other things, demanding . . . time-sucking monsters with their constant neediness. . . . Nothing will make me want a baby. . . . This is why, if my birth control fails, I am totally having an abortion.”
— Amanda Marcotte, 2014
Those feminist quotes, among others, were included in my description of how Emily Depasses’s pro-herpes agenda has become “What Feminists Want to Teach Your Kids.” Readers who have followed the Sex Trouble series know how many quotes like that I can stack up. Pete Da Tech Guy rightly invokes a famous quote from the movie Patton: “Rommel, you magnificent bastard, I read your book!” After more than two years of research, I am thoroughly familiar with their ideology and rhetoric.Feminism Is a Totalitarian Movement to Destroy Civilization as We Know It, and it is important to expose the deceptive propaganda methods of their movement. Do not doubt that Emily Depasse knows what feminist theory actually is. She majored in Gender and Sexuality Studies at Maryland’s Salisbury State University, where her classes included“LGBTQ History,” “Philosophy & Feminism,” “Human Sexuality Education,” “Sociology of Gender,” and “Psychology of Sexuality.”
Emily Depasse therefore cannot pretend that her promotion of deviant behavior and her celebration of herpes are unrelated to the feminist agenda of destroying Judeo-Christian morality and the marriage-based family. She knows exactly what she is doing, and why she is doing it.
So how do you suppose Emily Depasse reacted to my examination of her career as the self-proclaimed “Carrie Bradshaw of herpes”? Of course, she claimed to be the victim of “harassment” by “right-wing trolls,” but she did not name me, she did not link me and she did not acknowledge any substantial point of my argument. Nowhere in her self-pitying account of her “harassment” does Emily Depasse acknowledge how her feminist ideology — and her expression of that ideology through her own degenerate behavior — resulted in her becoming infected with an incurable virus. She disavows personal responsibility:
Exactly how did that herpes get into her genitals? The “Sex Lady” acts as if this is profoundly mysterious. There was someone she “knew well” and “trusted,” and this infection in her vagina just “originated,” you see. It was an unfortunate circumstance in which she played no active role.
Feminists talk a lot about “empowerment,” but on closer examination this word seems to be a claim to absolute irresponsibility. The feminist is “empowered” to do or say anything she wants and absolve herself of responsibility for the consequences by blaming the patriarchy. It was the patriarchy that put the herpes virus in Emily Depasse’s genitals, it is the patriarchy which explains why herpes is “stigmatized,” and when people mock feminists for declaring how awesome it is to be infected with herpes, that’s the patriarchy, too. To understand how this works, consider Ella Dawson, the leader of pro-herpes feminism.
“I was the editor of my campus sex magazine. I had some one-night stands. I explored my sexuality and what I wanted, and I met a guy at a party and he was amazing. He was super-charismatic and sexy and funny and brilliant and I fell really hard for him. We started seeing each other and then, three weeks later, I woke up with an outbreak of genital herpes.”
— Ella Dawson, September 2015
See? It’s not her fault. She just “explored her sexuality” and then this guy was “super-charismatic” and — oops! — herpes happened.
In December 2015, Ms. Dawson described how she had been “harassed” by Billy Procida, a member of “the sex-positive community” she dated once. Procida is host of “The Manwhore Podcast: A Sex-Positive Quest for Love where he chats with women he’s hooked up with about sex, dating, sexuality and gender,” and if he ever got near my daughter, he’d be in the hospital or the graveyard. The men in “the sex-positive community” are all despicable and/or dangerous (e.g., Hugo Schwyzer, the Psychotic Professor) and if Billy Procida is typical of the men feminists hang around with, you understand why feminists hate men. Ella Dawson explains:
Want to see a man’s true character? Tell him to shut the f–k up. . . .
Men very rarely see their behavior as harassment, they think they’re just talking. Being told to stop talking feels unnatural and unfair—it’s not like they were being mean. It was a compliment, or they had an opinion to contribute, or they wanted to make a friend. If that makes her uncomfortable, that’s her problem. She’s too sensitive. . . . I don’t understand why she’s telling me to stop talking to her, she’s making such a big deal out of nothing. She’s playing the victim card. I would never harass someone, I believe in gender equality! . . .
I’m tired of explaining to men who reply to every single tweet I make why their uninvited and sustained attention makes me uncomfortable. I’m tired of giving “nice guys” who won’t take a breakup for an answer the benefit of the doubt. I’m tired of victims who speak up being told that they are selfish, or immature, or holding a grudge. I’m tired of it being impossible for women to be heard over the dull roar of men who won’t stop talking. I’m tired of nothing ever changing.
You see? It’s OK for Ella Dawson to talk, talk, talk constantly about sex, sex, sex, but these men in “the sex-positive community” seem to have the crazy idea that feminists want to hear men talk about sex.
No, Mr. Procida, you’re wrong. Feminists don’t want to hear men talk about sex. Feminists never want to hear a man talk about anything (unless he is “super-charismatic and sexy and funny and brilliant,” of course). When feminists talk about “equality,” Mr. Procida, this doesn’t mean you have a right to talk to them, or even look at them. You’re objectifying her with the “male gaze,” the feminist believes, if you admire her without her permission, and if you don’t understand how these strange rules are about “equality,” it’s because you are a man. “Equality” means that feminists can just make up any damn rules they want, and change the rules to suit their passing moods, and they don’t owe you any explanation at all. You are a man, and the role of men in feminism is to “shut the f–k up.”
One almost pities Billy Procida and the other young men like him who think they can negotiate with totalitarians. Neville Chamberlain surrendered Sudetenland to Hitler and called it “peace for our time,” whereas young men surrender to feminists and call this “equality.”
This is why I say I can almost pity Billy Procida and his ilk. If feminists are responsible for their own herpes infections, then men are responsible for their failure to understand what feminism really is. “Feminism is a movement of crazy women, by crazy women, for crazy women.”
Feminists want men to shut up and go away, except when they want men to infect them with herpes. If a woman tells you she’s a feminist, guys, it’s probably safe to assume she already has herpes. Whether or not she is infected with herpes, however, all feminists are infected with crazy, and that kind of craziness is known to be highly contagious and incurable.Emily Depasse and Ella Dawson are a menace to society, spreading an epidemic of feminist insanity that is destroying our nation.
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hatred against men, hatred against the beauty of women, hatred against the equilibrium of families. That’s what feminism is, and I can guarantee it is like that because I was on the inside!”
Sara Fernanda Giromini
While monitoring online feminism, I noticed someone had RT’d@FFigureFBust, posting a cartoon with this feminist “joke”:
Man: “You wear too much makeup.”
Woman: “You consume too much oxygen.”
Man: “It’s just my opinion, you’d look better withou–”
Woman: “So would you. Without oxygen.”
Woman: “F–k your opinions.”
This is a variation of the feminist attack on “mansplaining,” made famous by Rebecca Solnit’s book Men Explain Things to Me. Despite all the caveats and disclaimers with which Ms. Solnit qualified her argument, it can be summarized as feminism’s two-word message to men: “SHUT UP!”
Feminism is ultimately about complete contempt for men, per se. If you are a man, nothing you say is of interest to any feminist. Everything men do is bad and everything men say is wrong. This categorical certainty — the absolute moral and intellectual inferiority of males — is so commonly accepted among feminists that none of them ever question it, because they never even notice it, for the same reason fish don’t notice water.
Saturday I published a 4,000-word exploration of this (“The Queering of Feminism and the Silencing of Heterosexual Masculinity”) showing how anti-male attitudes are fundamental to “feminist theory, which condemns heterosexuality as an oppressive ‘institution’ forcibly imposed on women by the social system of male domination known as patriarchy.”
Feminists believe all women collectively suffer from systemic oppression, and that all men participate in and benefit from this oppression, by which men obtain unjust privilege. It is not necessary for a man to say or do anything harmful in order for feminist to hate him. He is male, and therefore he can never deserve anything except hate. “Being constantly insulted by feminists . . . is something men are expected never to notice.”
Feminist rhetoric is a method of psychological warfare, intended to inspire all women to embrace this contemptuous attitude toward men, and also to demoralize and confuse the male enemy. Feminists deliberately insult men, falsely accusing them of complicity in wrongdoing, and if any man dares object to this kind of anti-male hate propaganda, his protest of innocence will be cited as proof of his guilt (a tactic known as “Kafkatrapping”). This is why feminism is actually not about equality, because if feminists believed men were equal, a man might be permitted to say a word in his own defense. Instead, feminist discourse is a constant stream of accusations against men, who have no right to respond to these insults. Like the accused in Stalin’s “show trials”of the 1930s, men are expected to confess their guilt, to denounce themselves for their crimes as vrag naroda, and to testify against others who were complicit in their counterrevolutionary plots.
So here was this cartoon posted by @FFigureFBust, a typical expression of feminist “humor” in which the punchline is “F–k your opinions.” Let the question be asked, “What kind of man would be such a fool as to tell a woman that she is wearing ‘too much makeup’?” Certainly no wise man would ever say this to a woman, not even to his own wife. However, men often do express a general dislike for “too much makeup,” preferring a more “natural” appearance. Of course, as any woman can explain, what some men praise as the “natural look” usually requires quite a bit of work to achieve, and a woman must be highly skilled in the use of makeup to make it seem as though she isn’t wearing makeup at all.
However, this cartoon isn’t really about makeup, is it?
No, this cartoon is about “SHUT UP!”
The cartoon is intended to depict men generally as clueless and idiotic, and to convey the message that no woman should ever care about any man’s opinion. Feminists will often emphasize this disdain in regard to heterosexual male preferences about women’s appearance and behavior. Whatever it is that a heterosexual man may like or dislike about women, in particular or in general, no feminist ever wants him to say it. This has the effect, of course, of granting feminists an absolute monopoly in terms of offering advice to women. No matter how disastrous the result of following feminist advice may be (e.g., a herpes infection), feminists tell women that the patriarchy is to blame for these bad outcomes.
Now, as soon as I push the “publish” button on this, it will be as if I’ve lit the fuse on a hate-bomb. Some readers will say rude things about@FFigureFBust and, as a result, I will be accused of engaging in “harassment” and condoning “misogyny.” However, you see, it doesn’t matter what I say or do. Nothing will prevent feminists from slandering me, because I am a heterosexual male, after all, and what is feminist rhetoric except an endless slander campaign against heterosexual males?
All I can do is point to examples of feminism’s hateful rhetoric, analyze and describe the significance. My purpose is to inform readers who, although they probably understand that there is something profoundly wrong with feminist ideology, do not have the leisure to engage in this kind of in-depth analysis of feminist rhetoric. Without a proper analysis, however, men might make the mistake of arguing with a feminist, which is futile, because feminism is always a lecture, never a debate.
Well, when I called attention to @FFigureFBust’s feminist “joke,” this resulted in a brief colloquy in which I made the point that “feminists constantly lecture the world about their opinions, and permit no man to say a word in reply.” She asked why I had addressed her, but when I went to reply to that question . . . blocked. So here is your answer, Ms. Horne.
Does she understand my answer? Am I attempting to persuade her that she is wrong? No, because no feminist has ever admitted that she was wrong about anything. Merely by calling herself a feminist, she declares to the world her belief in her own omniscience. A feminist believes she knows everything about everything, and no man knows anything at all.
Has she stated her case persuasively? Would anyone care to transcribe her argument, such as it is? I got about 2 minutes in — “women are closer to my heart and are more relate-able to me” — before my eyes began to glaze over from the effort of trying to decode her British accent. She said something about female genital mutilation and girls being married off at age 11, as if anyone not named Omar or Mohammad might be in favor of such practices. This is sort of like environmentalists who declare they’re in favor of clean water, as if they expect someone to argue against clean water. Feminists are always going on about some obvious atrocity and declaring that anyone who disagrees with them is defending these atrocities. This is why feminists make blatantly false claims about the prevalence of rape (e.g., the 1-in-5 myth), in order to provoke their critics to express doubt about these claims, at which point, feminists accuse their critics of being pro-rape. Feminists believe they are entitled to invent any “fact” that will advance their agenda, and then engage in character assassination against anyone who objects to feminist lies.
The all-time classic of feminist dishonesty was the Great Super Bowl Domestic Violence Hoax of 1993, when it was claimed that Super Bowl Sunday was “the biggest day of the year for violence against women.” There was no evidence for this claim, and yet reporters rushed to print as fact that on the day of the NFL championship, domestic abuse hotlines were “flooded with more calls from victims than on any other day of the year,” to quote the Boston Globe. Christina Hoff Sommers exposed this lie and other examples of feminist myth-making in her 1994 book Who Stole Feminism? Yet despite the documented proof that feminists habitually lie, here we are more than 20 years later, still expected to pretend that feminism’s credibility is beyond question!
Never Take Advice From Feminists, unless your goal in life is to become a Crazy Cat Lady, which is one of the few subjects where feminist expertise is useful. “Feminism is a movement of crazy women, by crazy women, forcrazy women,” and you should doubt the mental health of any woman who calls herself a feminist. Therefore, never talk to a feminist:
Guys: Learn to take a hint. Learn to walk away.
If a woman tells you she is a feminist, say nothing and walk away.
No feminist wants to hear what a man has to say, and life is too short to waste your time taking to feminists. Just walk away.
Leave feminists alone, and then they can complain about that.
Every day, feminists prove there is no point in arguing with them, and anyone attempting to argue with @FFigureFBust will be blocked. Because she is a feminist, you may be sure that she will never acknowledge what I’ve written here in reply to her question. Feminist “success” requires them to pretend that there is no valid criticism of their ideology, nor any reason why intelligent people should oppose their agenda. Feminism is a cult which claims a monopoly on truth, and no member of the cult can admit the possibility that anyone outside the feminist cult is qualified to dispute this monopolgy. Feminism Is a Totalitarian Movement to Destroy Civilization as We Know It, and the silencing of men is necessary to the movement’s triumph. Well, good luck trying to shut me up.
Michael Walsh at PJ Media calls attention to this video in which Joseph Backholm of the conservative Family Policy Institute interviewed students at the University of Washington about gender-neutral restrooms:
Generally speaking, I don’t watch YouTube videos and seldom recommend them, but you definitely need to watch that one.
At about 0:45, he interviews a girl who says, “You know, whether you identify as male or female and whether your sex at birth is matching to that, you should be able to utilize the resources.” Next, Backholm asks a girl: “So if I told you that I was a woman, what would you respond to that?” She answers, “Good for you! Like, OK, yeah!”
HELLO! YOU’RE CRAZY!
What part of “crazy” do I need to explain here? When did our nation’s universities cease to teach biology and instead begin indoctrinating young people in what can only be described as sexual Lysenkoism?
The University of Washington’s Q Center (“Queering a World Class Education: Centering Trans/Formational Space”) describes itself as “a fierce primarily student run resource center dedicated to serving anyone with or without a gender or sexuality.” While the center claims to celebrate “all sexual and gender orientation, identities, and expressions,” it ignores anyone at the university who might happen to be normal.
Being normal means you are privileged, whereas the crowd of weirdos at the university’s Q Center are oppressed by virtue of their weirdness. One’s location within the privilege/oppression dynamic is all that matters for young people in social-justice indoctrination centers like the University of Washington, where parents send their children to undergo taxpayer-funding training for their future careers as progressive activists.
Transgender madness is “strong delusion” (II Thessalonians 2:11), which flourishes in 21st-century academia because it is now impermissible to speak truth on university campuses. You will be condemned as a bigot is you assert that men and women are different, and that these differences are a matter of biology. This was why Lawrence Summers was purged from the presidency of Harvard University a decade ago after he asserted that there are “innate differences” between men and women.
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