Just yesterday, I learned that about a year ago a man by the name of Thomas James Ball set himself on fire in protest of what he perceived as the unfair treatment given him by feminist-dominated courts. He believed that that was the only chance of having his perception heard. I am not in complete agreement with him. But then, I’m not in complete agreement with anybody. Still, he has his points. And the feminist movement was very effective at ensuring that he was still silenced. If you look the information up, you’ll only find it mentioned on a few blogs and advocacy sites. It has almost been rendered as though it never happened. But not quite.
The PR campaign of feminism claims that it is the “radical idea that women are people.” It deliberately omits the words that they no doubt speak among themselves when no one else is around, “and men are not.” I have seen feminism. It seeks to oppress men. Historically, of course, men have had some things better and women have had some things better. And there is valid dispute over where the balance lies. But there is no question that feminism only wants to remove those inequalities that favor men. It wishes to keep and to strengthen those inequalities that favor women.