“Just one case”

     Feminists will say that they are tired of hearing about the Duke Lacrosse case.  You know the one.  Several students were nearly expelled because some woman thought it would be fun to lie and say they raped her.  Well, now, a Steubenville case is their go-to case to “prove” there is a “rape culture.”  Yeah, yeah, a defendant is tried and convicted, thus showing that society applauds rape.

     We don’t live in a rape culture.  If we did, the claim would have no impact.  If people openly celebrated rape, telling them as much would get a response of “yeah, so?”  Even the Steubenville case doesn’t really suggest a rape culture.  It suggests, perhaps, a football culture where people will ignore the misdeeds of someone providing them with those wins that they want.  Some people consider winning to be more important than rape.  Of course, some people consider winning to be more important than murder.  It doesn’t mean we live in a “murder culture.”

     If the police were to say they had “more important things to do” than catch rapists, that would suggest a rape culture.  If rape were to be legalized, that would really suggest a rape culture.  Showing that there are “special” people that others are reluctant to prosecute does not suggest a rape culture.

Feminist or Poe? You decide.

     The link is here.

     This is someone who, if not a Poe, advocates jailing and castrating innocent men on the whims of women.  She pays a little lip-service to “that a few innocent men will be punished, and this is quite unfortunate.”  But the reality that goal of such a policy can only be the willful conviction of many innocent men.  It is pure evil.

I have said before that feminism is not really about equality.

     I give another link to demonstrate my assertion.  The author of the video talks about the relative lack of women in positions of political power.  She completely ignores the lack of women in prison, among the homeless, as road construction workers, as sewer workers, or as coal miners.  There are far more people in each of those categories than there are people in political power.  Feminists say they want equality.  But they are very selective about where they want that equality.

     I left a comment on the video explaining that this is why people (including myself) decide we don’t need feminism.  In typical feminist fashion, she deleted the comment.  After all, people might look at my comment and think “that’s right, feminism does ignore all those men in unprestigious positions.  Someone selling a lie will try to restrict what is seen so that as few people as possible will notice that it is a lie.

     Feminism is like a cult.  It tries to lure you in by claiming it is about good things.  After all, most people wouldn’t be opposed to equal rights for men and women.  But if you pay closer attention, you see they are not about that at all.  Some will slip up and say “equal rights for women.”  It’s important.  They don’t want men to have the same rights.  They want all women elevated to the level of the highest man.  And the other men can just suffer.