Why the Grid-Girls and Walk On Girls saga will be the death of feminism

Ok Feminists, you’ve finally done it now.

You’ve finally proven to the entire world just how regressive and authoritarian you have become. Anti-feminists have been saying for years how Feminism isn’t about fighting for women’s rights anymore, but that it is now about projecting your world view onto the rest of us Proles. We must say what you say, think as you think, and relinquish all sense of self that we have; all in order for women to RULE THE WORLD!

I mean, you guys aren’t even trying to be stealthy about it anymore. You used to at least try to pretend that it wasn’t about taking power from men, but simply having an equal share of such power. You used to use phrases like “Equality between the sexes” and “feminism is for men and women.”

What a load of clap-trap.

With feminism’s latest attack on “all that is misogynist”, the mask has finally slipped. It’s no longer about women’s rights. Well, at least not ALL women.

I bring your attention to two articles, both of which highlight exactly why feminism has signed it’s own death warrant.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/5435188/darts-the-masters-tournament-models-scrapped/

This article from The Sun highlights the story of the Walk On Girls (women who escort the players into the arena) from the Premier League of Darts, being scrapped after the story broke about the infamous Presidents Club dinner at The Dorchester.

(For my take on the aftermath of that story see my post: Presidents Club – why Great Ormond Street are WRONG to return their donations)

The next article is also from The Sun, and brings us the news that Formula One is now axing their Grid-Girls (promotional models used in Formula One) from the sport because:

“We don’t believe the practice is appropriate or relevant to Formula 1 and its fans, old and new, across the world.”

https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/motorsport/5467725/formula-one-end-use-of-grid-girls-grand-prix-races/

So, the reason feminists are celebrating these decisions?

No surprises for guessing that “the objectification of women” is the top one.

Wasn’t one of the core principles of First-wave feminism, to fight for the rights of women in order for them to be allowed the freedom to make their own choices? I mean, it’s not like feminism is about giving women the right to choose what type of employment they should willingly participate in, is it?

Or is it just the type of employment that most hard-core, extremist, non-conforming, man-hating-anarchists wouldn’t stand a chance of being successful in? Shaving legs, taking care of your appearance and smiling, are generally not something that radical feminists are famous for after all…

Bitchiness aside, I honestly feel that a lot of the negativity towards these type of employment roles, simply stems from one thing – jealousy.

Don’t get me wrong; men get jealous as well.

I’d love to be a strapping 6′ 4″, bronzed, chiselled-hunk of a man, with the looks of Chris Hemsworth and the dick of John Holmes (without the disease of course). My wife would love that too, although she did get excited the other day when watching Thor Ragnarok; when The Hulk came on-screen naked, she started shouting at the TV because she didn’t get to see his: “green Hulk-dick.”

Anyway, I digress…

I’m not however, any of those things, yet I, and most non-feminists (yes, that includes women as well), don’t begrudge people for being beautiful.

We celebrate them.

So what if men are looking at these women because they are beautiful? Do feminists really believe that the women doing this job don’t know that?

Men are often accused of treating women like air-heads, and seeing women as an inferior species who can’t think for themselves. Who’s guilty of that now, fem-tards? You guys are the ones saying that these women, who clearly know what the job entails and who have clearly chosen to do the job in the first place, are being victimised and exploited.

A little patronising, don’t you think?

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Also, do women not also objectify people?

Should we ban the use of catwalk models: used solely for the reason that they are beautiful people, thus helping to sell a product?

What about models in beauty-product commercials?

Male and female strippers?

Walk-On Chaperones at awards ceremonies, such as the Oscars?

Actors and actresses?

Pop stars?

These, and many more professions all, to a degree, fall under the same category that Grid Girls and Walk On Girls fall under – the use of someone’s physical beauty to promote a product.

And do you know what else these professions all have in common?

They are all done by people who have CHOSEN to do them.

Two things need to happen here:

  1. The owners of the companies who have ended the employment of so many women, need to grow a pair and stop caving in to such utter nonsense as this. The few don’t speak for the many.
  2. As for feminists and the rest of the PC brigade: just stop. Stop with the idea that’s it’s somehow wrong for humans to be attracted to one another. It’s a part of our nature, and it’s one of the reasons that the human race has lasted so long. The fact that you may not agree with it, doesn’t mean that the rest of us do.

Feminism used to be about fighting for the rights of women everywhere; to be able to make their own decisions, and carve out their own paths in life. Now, it’s simply become a tool with which to indoctrinate and conform; to let men and women know that if feminists don’t like it, then neither should you.

These women are now out of a job thanks to feminism’s new “puritanical” ideals; jobs that these women willingly took part in.

Who would have thought, that feminists would be so against the idea of a woman giving consent and using her right to choose?

Guess what feminists? Men and women alike are all on to you.

In fact, you could say: #Timesup

RANT OVER

 

 

 

 

 

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TERF War – Why Feminism is cannibalising itself

If I can take away one thing from the Women’s March 2018, it was how much more ridiculous Feminism has become with the idea of Intersectional Feminism.

Feminism on it’s own is a complicated affair; though, as a white, cis-gendered man, I’ve no doubt that this is how it will seem to me. Because of my “privileged and masculine” outlook on such things, I’ve always pretty-much assumed that all Feminists think along the same lines; men are bad, women are good etc..

Not so much apparently.

https://twitter.com/MsBlaireWhite/status/955116908012912641

Do me a favour?

Type “White Feminism” into the search bar on Twitter, and you’ll be greeted by a slew of Feminist in-fighting and outright hatred of the idea that white women have their own version of Feminism that excludes and delegitimises minorities.

As much as the organisers of the Women’s March told us that the event was all about women across the world standing up against misogyny and creating a voice for ALL women, it turned out to be nothing more than an anti-Trump protest, and a huge act of self-cannibalisation, eating it’s way to the very heart of Feminism.

It also showed just how radical today’s Feminism has truly become, and how far removed from any semblance of sanity it really is. It’s no longer about the rights of women as a whole; uniting all women equally under one banner in order to fight the Patriarchy. Now, it has become all about finding the most oppressed group of women possible; the ultimate “Sacred Cow” if you will, with which to spearhead the entire movement. That group is currently the Trans community, particularly Trans-women.

And some Feminists aren’t too pleased about it.

This was taken from the Vancouver Women’s March and shared via the Twitter account of Lauren Southern (check out her YouTube channel here https://t.co/4IPrESDJO9)

Known as TERFs or Trans-exclusionary radical feminists, this particular brand of Feminism stems mainly from the “Second Wave” and is the based on the belief that only women born with a vagina and XX chromosomes are “real” women.

Hardly a ground-breaking thought process, right?

Having thoughts like this are obviously going to get you into a lot of trouble with the Identity Politics Brigade. Activists of the “old guard” of Second Wave Feminism, such as Germaine Greer and Julie Bindel, who both hold the view that Trans-women are NOT real women, have both been no-platformed by Student Unions and cast aside as TERFs by today’s Feminists.

Regarding Transgenderism, Bindel wrote in 2004:

“I don’t have a problem with men disposing of their genitals, but it does not make them women, in the same way that shoving a bit of vacuum hose down your 501s does not make you a man.”

Quotes like this are more than enough to earn you “banishment from the ranks” by today’s “call-out Queens”, and it will only get worse; as long as identity and one-upmanship play a part in an ever-changing, ever-devolving movement like Feminism.

Munroe Bergdorf; a Trans-woman, and one of the louder critics of “old-fashioned Feminism”, has recently spoken out on Twitter asking women to attend the Women’s March in London, and adding:

“I also want to stress that if you do attend, it is CRUCIAL that you do with an INTERSECTIONAL mind-set. Centering reproductive systems at the heart of these demonstrations is reductive and exclusionary.

Not all women have reproductive systems, not all women have a vagina, not all women’s vagina’s are pink. Think about your message, use your voice for ALL women. Not just yourself.

TIME IS ALSO UP on white feminism, TERF’s and any other branch of feminism that seeks power for some rather than equality for all. Tick-tock.” 

Inclusive indeed.

To say that Feminism is beginning to implode is a complete understatement if you ask me. I’m certainly no Feminist (not by a long-shot), yet I have a certain amount of respect for the Germaine Greers and the Julie Bindels of this world, even if I disagree with practically all of their arguments. At least they have the BALLS to fight for women’s rights without the need to rely on identity politics and race-shaming; balls that this new generation, for want of a better phrase, has castrated itself of.

White women need not speak.

Women with vaginas need not speak.

Women with reproductive systems need not speak.

Women who question the validity of Trans people need not speak.

Unless you are near the top tier of the victim-hood pyramid, you might as well throw away your pussy hat, sit still, be a good girl, and listen.

Shush now!

The REAL women are talking.

 

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Cathy Newman gets schooled by Jordan Peterson

If you are searching on YouTube for the following terms: “car crash interview” or “feminist fails” or “Interviewer tries to make someone look bigoted and fails dramatically” then look no further than this video.

The video shows Professor Jordan Peterson, a Canadian Professor of Psychology at the University of Toronto, being interviewed by the “absolutely lovely and completely non-biased, un-snobbish, non-ideologue”, Cathy Newman on Channel 4.

The debate, which covered such topics as The Pay Gap (myth) and the Patriarchy (another myth), showed exactly why an Interviewer needs to do their homework on the guest they are interviewing. If she had done, Newman would have known not to use her tried and tested technique of twisting someone’s answers into a negative context; all the while painting the person as the “sexist monster” she needs them to be in order to push a false narrative.

Professor Peterson is a highly skilled orator and an absolute master in the art of knowing his subject matter to a tee, and he absolutely showed it in this video.

Not once did he lose his temper, or raise his voice to assert his position on a topic; instead, using his ability to remember every single detail of his previous answers to swat away the ridiculously twisted assertions of Newman.

It was like a cat toying with a mouse.

Constantly being rebutted and corrected after giving false representations of what Professor Peterson was saying, Newman looked hopelessly lost and began fumbling over her questions, to the point where it looked like Peterson seemed to feel embarrassed for her.

Finally though, Peterson decided to move in for the kill and absolutely skewered Newman with this statement.

The way Newman completely floundered was comical, leaving Peterson to exclaim:

“Ha! Gotcha!”

From that point, the interview was over.

So, let that be a lesson to anyone who wants to try and make sweeping generalisations about someone by claiming false facts and twisting statements.

Always make sure you do your homework, and never turn up to a battle of wits unarmed.

Class dismissed.

 

RANT OVER

 

The Golden Globes – uninviting the REAL victims

Rose McGowan. Mira Sorvino. Asia Argento. Daryl Hannah. Rosanna Arquette. Annabella Sciorra.

All women who were abused and assaulted by Harvey Weinstein.

All women who have had their careers either set-back or stalled completely because of Weinstein.

All women who suffered at the hands of a vile, power-mad rapist.

And, all women who were allegedly not invited to the Golden Globes 2018 as part of the #Timesup movement.

According to a Tweet by Rosanna Arquette, she and the above named victims of Weinstein weren’t asked to appear at the event or even to comment on the #Timesup movement itself. You’d have thought Rose McGowan would have at least been invited, (being the one who first brought to light the heinous actions of Harvey Weinstein) if not mentioned somewhere in the evening; but alas, no.

McGowan’s public fall-out with Meryl Streep is reason enough for her to be uninvited, in order to stop her stealing Streep’s spotlight. Meryl is in “Damage control mode” at the moment after the whole #Sheknew movement began, highlighting the fact that she claims she knew nothing of Weinstein’s behaviour prior to McGowan’s statements about her ordeal. Add to that the fact that she was more than happy to clap and cheer for known rapist and peadophile Roman Polanski, when it’s quite clear that he is guilty of his crimes, is hypocrisy at it’s finest. Streep, who is seen by most on the Liberal side of the scale as a shining beacon of righteousness, is at the heart of this movement in order to cover for her own failings. By having McGowan, who has slammed Streep for not noticing Weinstein’s past behaviour, as a voice of the #Timesup movement would be a catastrophic move, potentially exposing Streep’s hypocrisy to the point that the Liberal idiots who are blatantly ignoring it, would not be able to do so further.

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Although Weinstein’s actions were certainly at the heart of the #Metoo and #Timesup movements, he certainly wasn’t the only person in Hollywood using his power to abuse people. There are supposedly untold numbers of abusers in Hollywood, and a countless number of victims left in their wake. Every single one of them need to be exposed and pay for their crimes, just as each and every victim deserves any help and support that can be offered.

Their voices need to be heard, and yet they were so obviously missing from the red carpet.

Why?

Because this entire event wasn’t just about exposing sexual abuse in Hollywood. It was never just about that.

The main point of it was to act as one big Feminist outreach program; a chance for women to “have their moment in the spotlight” and “take charge”, while riding a tidal-wave of virtue-signalling and hypocrisy.

And it was all built on the back of the suffering of REAL victims.

How do I know this?

Well, instead of having Queen Oprah (Yassssss! Queen!) giving her first inaugural speech as President-elect, or Connie Britton wearing a $400 sweater saying “poverty is sexist” in a non-ironic manner, or Debra Messing calling out E! for the Catt Sadler “pay-gap debacle”, surely they should have had the ACTUAL victims of misogyny and abuse stood out on the red carpet?

And not just the female victims that they failed to invite: what about the male victims of abuse? Lord knows there are plenty of them (though you’d be hard-pressed to actually find a cover story about them…).

Don’t get me wrong; I know you all made it quite clear that it was “time for men to step back and listen”, but in the name of EQUALITY, which, after all, is what Feminism is really all about, (according to any theoretical Feminist anyway) you could have brought out the uninvited women alongside other victims of Hollywood sexual abuse and exploitation. MALE ones, such as Terry Crews, and Anthony Rapp, and Corey Feldman. There could have been a huge picture of Corey Haim hung inside and outside the venue in order to remember and honour another victim of misogyny. Then, you could have all gathered in front of these people, these REAL victims and REAL Heroes, and knelt at their feet; knelt in front of them and chanted in one true voice:

“WE’RE SORRY! WE KNEW! WE ALL KNEW! AND WE LET IT HAPPEN!”

You’d be lucky if you could find more than 5 or 6 people out of the entire guest-list of the Golden Globes who didn’t actually know anything about the actions of Harvey Weinstein, or any of the sexual abusers in Hollywood. They knew, and they didn’t say anything because they couldn’t possibly risk losing any of the power they themselves had attained. Their careers, their money and their influence were and are far more important to them than actually exposing the people who afforded them it in the first place.

Harvey Weinstein was outed for what he really was and that was the opportune moment for these sycophantic morons to be able to prove that they do care and that they are virtuous people who only have your interests at heart.

At the Golden Globes their masks slipped off, exposing them as the power hungry, enabling frauds they really are.

Never forget this:

#Theyknew

#Theyallknew

#Theyletithappen

 

RANT OVER

 

 

Feminism – The Gulf between Persia and the West

Although the majority of major news networks are barely covering it, (apparently there’s a big white truck blocking CNNs view) there is an uprising happening in Iran. Women are beginning to take off their hijabs and protest the Islamic dictatorship that is choking the very freedom from it’s people; particularly its women.

You look at what is happening in Iran; from Honour Killings to the fact that women’s testimony is worth only half that of a man’s, and you quickly come to realise that women are in desperate need of support to enable them to break free from the oppressive Government. The very things that modern Feminists in the West claim to stand for are being trampled on by Iran’s leaders, causing untold suffering to it’s women.

Yet, as the brave protestors in Iran are rising up and fighting back, the proud and strong Feminists of the West who have been fighting their own “oppression” and “torment” are silent. In fact, the only people I hear in support of these women are the very people Feminists claim to be Sexist, misogynistic, homophobic….you know the drill.

As soon as I learnt of the Uprising, I immediately knew that the Western Feminists would clam up. And here’s why:

THERE’S NOT A DAMN THING THE WOMEN OF IRAN CAN LEARN FROM THEM

The “problems” that Women in the West face are little more than a joke when you compare them with women in Iran or any country that even entertains Sharia for that matter.

Women in the West don’t have to do what a man tells them.

Women in the West don’t have to cover their heads or dress modestly.

Women in the West don’t have half the testimony of that of a man.

Women in the West are free to leave the Country without a man’s permission.

Women in the West can do anything they bloody-well please, whenever they please.

 

Western Feminists want “equality between the sexes”; the ability to be on a level playing-field with men.

Listen up Western ladies – you already have it.

It’s the rest of the world who don’t.

“But muh wage-gap!” I hear you cry.

It’s been debunked more times than the Flat-Earth Society.

So I’m going to ask all Feminists to stand with me and send your support to the Women of Iran and the rest of the Sharia-led world who are facing the kind of torment and suffering that you claim to suffer from.

Linda Sarsour. I will expect you to be at the front of the line with your hijab burning at your feet, ready to take on the oppressors of women. Lena Dunham. Anita Sarkeesian. Chelsea Handler. Samantha Bee. Hilary Clinton. Justin Trudeau. Barack Obama and all of you proud Feminists who call yourselves “Champions of Women”.

Your time has come.

Your chance is here.

Grab your Pussy Hats and form a march! March to Tehran and demand change!

This is the REAL fight you have been waiting for, and myself and the rest of the “Misogynists” are here with you.

AS EQUALS.

 

RANT OVER

 

Meryl Streep and the Hollywood Hypocrisy – #Sheknew

The Hollywood sex scandal certainly isn’t going away anytime soon.

And neither should it.

It has however, been injected with another talking point: #Sheknew

Aimed at Oscar-winning actress Meryl Streep, the #Sheknew campaign is a series of posters spread around Hollywood depicting Meryl Streep and Harvey Weinstein with the Phrase “She knew” plastered over Meryl’s face.

Personally, I don’t think she should be on that poster.

I’ll explain why.

For those of you who don’t already know; Meryl Streep is a long-time friend to Harvey Weinstein and denies ever knowing ANYTHING about his years of abusing women. A fact that many, including actress Rose McGowan (who claims that Weinstein raped her), simply do not believe.

Normally, I would be the first person to say innocent until proven guilty (read my post The problem with Linda Sarsour and Lena Dunham). However, if you look closely at this case, it becomes more and more clear that it would be pretty much impossible for Streep NOT to know about Weinstein’s behaviour.

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Harvey Weinstein’s behaviour was undoubtedly the worst kept secret in Hollywood. Practically EVERYBODY in Hollywood knew a story about him or at the least, knew somebody who did. The very fact that Streep was friends and colleagues with Weinstein for a number of years is, some would say, evidence enough that she must have at least suspected something. Arguably the greatest Actress in the last 30 or so years, she will no doubt have contacts ranging from all aspects of the movie and political worlds in which Weinstein was well-known and feared. Somebody must have said something to her at some point. A little whisper here. A little word in the ear there.

Hollywood is full of people who can’t keep secrets, and knowing something as explosive as the Weinstein scandal is too much not to at least tell a fellow Hollywood alumni if not the press.

However, speculation can only get you so far. I’d be a hypocrite if I didn’t say that Meryl Streep doesn’t at least deserve the right of due-process to be able to “clear her name” in all of this. The evidence against her knowing about Weinstein’s behaviour is pretty substantial, yet I think the whole truth of the matter will never see the light of day. It’s easy to say “Of course she knew! She must have!” simply because she was friends with the guy. But throw in the fact that she is without a doubt the most famous and well-connected actress in Hollywood, and you really do have to ask: “How could she not know?”

Finally, to single out Meryl Streep alone is perhaps a tad unfair.

I understand why some people have; some see her as the ultimate hypocrite: the rich, privileged global superstar who portrays herself to be the moral conscience of “the people”, the epitome of all that is good and fair and just; all the while telling us, the lowly proles that we are how we should live our lives better. How to give more. Who to vote for. Who we should revere and condemn.

All while buddying up to people like Harvey Weinstein.

Like I say though: she needs due process. There’s no proof, just conjecture that she had any idea how much of a monster Harvey Weinstein really is.

And then I remember someone else she’s spoken up for.

Someone else she has applauded and lavished praise and admiration on.

Somebody who, she does know is guilty of being a monster. A rapist. Even a paedophile. We know that she knows he’s guilty.

Of drugging and raping a 13-year-old girl.

Roman Polanski.

The crimes of this man are beyond abhorrent. And we all know they are true.

Meryl Streep knows they are true, yet still applauds and congratulates the man for his accomplishments in Hollywood.

THAT is the true reason I believe most people believe she knew the truth about Harvey all along. It’s not the first time she has done it.

I’m going to end this piece by saying this:

I still don’t think it should be Meryl Streep on that poster.

It should be all of them.

The whole damn lot of them.

From the make-up artists, to the grips, the camera operators to the actors, the directors to the producers. Brad Pitt. Hilary Clinton. Donald Trump. Barack Obama.

They all knew. Every single last one of them knew and yet; they did nothing.

Nothing.

Nobody was willing to stand up and risk their way of life, their position amongst the elite. They all had too much to lose by way of association.

That was proven the moment Rose McGowan finally broke her silence and was then cast aside like a traitor.

They all knew. And trust me, that’s not all they know. But until someone puts them all in a position where they HAVE to condemn someone, you’ll be the last ones to know.

#Sheknew?

How about #Theyknew?

RANT OVER

 

 

 

The problem with Linda Sarsour and Lena Dunham

Oh what a couple of months it’s been! From Harvey Weinstein to Al Franken, it’s been a rough time if you’re a sex pest.

The current Feminist movement has categorically told us all that we MUST believe ALL women who cite that they have been sexually assaulted.

ALL OF THE TIME.

No due process.

No chance to face your accuser.

No way to tell your side of the story.

If a woman says you assaulted her, then goddammit you did it.

Take this quote from Emily Linden, a columnist with Teen Vogue magazine –

“Here’s an unpopular opinion: I’m actually not at all concerned about innocent men losing their jobs over false sexual assault/harassment allegations.”

and this again, from Linden –
“Sorry. If some innocent men’s reputations have to take a hit in the process of undoing the patriarchy, that is a price I am absolutely willing to pay.”

(Good job that she’s willing to pay the price eh?)

An extreme view from an extreme ideology. Yet, it sets the tone for how most Feminists think. It’s an absolute; a way of thinking that is at the very least, consistent.

Basically, if a woman claims assault, she is to be believed. No matter what.

Which leads me to Linda Sarsour.

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Asmi Fathelbab, a former contractor who worked for Sarsour, claimed that a male co-worker sexually assaulted her numerous times. Sarsour, a “Champion of Womens’ rights” (and not a wolf in sheeps clothing at all…) didn’t believe Asmi. In fact, according to The Daily Caller (link to article here http://dailycaller.com/2017/12/17/linda-sarsour-accused-of-enabling-sexual-assault-against-woman-who-worked-for-her/) she body-shamed her and called her a liar.

Well!

This certainly is not the kind of behaviour we expect from our group-thinking, blanket statement making Feminists is it? Asmi should be believed shouldn’t she?

Don’t get me wrong, Linda Sarsour isn’t the only Feminist to act like this. Our very own favourite attention-seeker Lena Dunham, who claims that “women don’t lie about being raped”, defended one of her very own friends Murray Miller, against a claim of assault from actress Aurora Perrineau. Dunham later apologised, albeit rather half-heartedly.

But here’s my point:

Why apologise? Was there a chance he might have done it after all?

Why disbelieve Asmi Fathelbab? Is there a chance she was lying?

Yes and yes.

By making blanket statements such as “women don’t lie about rape” and “all women should be believed ALL of the time” destroys any chance of fairness to both victims of assault and those that are accused of it.

Firstly, those who are accused get absolutely NO due-process. In what other situation would we believe an accuser without investigating it first?

Secondly, the more that these sorts of things happen, the more that accusers are believed unconditionally, the more diluted the response to real victims every time an accusation is deemed to be false.

I’ve no doubt that MOST accusers are telling the truth. But to say ALL without any sort of investigation or presumption of innocence isn’t fair to anyone.

Linda. Lena.

You were prepared to believe ALL women before someone accused somebody you know. Your hypocrisy is stunning.

The ONLY way to deal with these kind of situations is to treat every case as an individual. Blanket statements are beyond damaging to all concerned.

Just ask Liam Allen what happens when accusers are believed unconditionally.

 

RANT OVER