A quick peek at what’s going on the flip side of feminism – because it’s all about women.
The joke was on men at the Seventieth Emmy Awards thanks to Hannah Gadsby’s supposedly hilarious line about getting the gig “just because I don’t like men”. She then added #notallmen and with that aligned with far-left feminist activist types who stomp through the online world in hateful boots. When did hating men become acceptable sexism?
Clementine Ford was asked in an interview with SBS The Feed if she worried her son would grow up to be a dickhead. She replied, “Yes, I worry about that all the time”.
Labor announced a $400 million plan to tackle women’s super. Men blatantly don’t matter to Labor.
Left feminist activists screech about the damage of gender norms. Sarah Hanson Young reveals her new book cover En Garde is to talk about rampant sexism in politics. “I have written this book because I know I’m not the only woman who has been subjected to sexists slurs and abuse designed to undermine their confidence and intimidate them in the workplace,” she says. Cover of her book is hot pink.
In the UK police recorded a sharp rise in male domestic violence victims (BBC reports 149,248 in 2017 which is more than double the incidents in 2012). Charity dared to underline that only 0.8 per cent of refuge beds were reserved for men. Violently slammed by those who claim to be anti-violence.
Actor Sean Penn dared to say the Me Too movement was “led by mania”. He was swiftly labelled an “irrelevant patriarchal scumbag”.
The sentencing of an Esperance woman for 11 years for murdering her grandfather with a frypan failed to make MSM news. No sign of teary TV panels. Ahh, equality.
Tucker Carlson: “In Democrats’ feminist kangaroo court, Kavanagh is a man – and that makes him guilty.”
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