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Why do feminists think extermination of men is a path to gender equality?

  1. Darkproxy profile image59
    Darkproxyposted 5 years ago

    Why do feminists think extermination of men is a path to gender equality?

    Feminists in the 21st century seem more focused on eugenics and extermination of men in hopes of creating the male free gynotopias they have created every time they create a work of fiction.

  2. MasculistFeminist profile image56
    MasculistFeministposted 5 years ago

    My opinion is they value men so highly and think men are so superior to women, that the only way in their mind for women to be equal to men is to eliminate the majority of the male population. It is a very, very twisted backhanded compliment! Crazy people seem to flourish under the umbrella of the feminist movement. That is what happens when people fail to call out hypocrisy and bigotry. That is what happens when people blindly follow ideologies. That is what happens when critical thought is replaced with pathetic emotional rhetoric. That is what happens in cults! It must be giving legitimate advocates of equality in feminism an enormous headache. Yet they remain silent about it and I find that in particular to be deeply troubling. We have had the holocaust, we have had Rwanda and now we have Syria. You would think these women would know better. That goes to show us all how crazy they are!

    Feminazi is an apt term for these people.

    To quote Edmund Burke-"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing"

    Well the same goes with women....

  3. Michaela Osiecki profile image77
    Michaela Osieckiposted 2 years ago

    If there is a feminist agenda that approves of eugenics and a male-free world then they are a very small, RADICAL minority within the feminist circle that a majority of feminist adherents do not agree with at all.

    Feminism, while having a moniker that venerates women, actually seeks to fight for and ensure equality for all people, not just women. Feminism is intersectional in that it often fights to end institutional racism, poverty, wage gaps, societal pressures, and even how the patriarchy hurts the very men it claims to protect and serve.

    1. profile image59
      Lantokeyposted 9 months agoin reply to this

      Both in the U.K. and the U.S. there have been various women's groups who advocate the elimination of (or nearly all of) the males gender. More recently though there has been a change of heart whereby the will be a minority of males trained from birth