Quick “Gender Agenda” FAQ:
What is the “gender agenda?”
It is an agenda in which men are turned into women (feminized), and women are turned against men, as well as being hyper feminized. It is about blurring the lines between genders, creating new genders, but it’s also (primarily) about division. Breaking apart the family, having kids against their parents, and parents against each other. Read “Brave New World,” Aldous Huxley, for more information on what the agenda has in store for the traditional, biological human family.
Why would anyone want to do this to the human family?
Those who benefit would want to. Marxist-feminism got half the race in the factories and offices by pushing women to work—who benefited? Women? Hardly. They’re more unhappy and messed up than ever, and surveys suggest that nearly 70% of them want to go back home. The kids? Nope. Now they’re raised by the State, the internet, TV, and video games. Men? Right. Life expectancy dropped dramatically since then, suicide rates soared, and addiction became rampant.
Corporations and governments benefit from this situation. The State is now the Father and Husband, while men, having no tribal core to defend, aimlessly become violent junkie fuck-ups or began to revert to being system-sucking little boys.
How does this division work?
Marxist-feminism convinced a group of unfulfilled women back in the 1950s that men had it easy—when they didn’t—and promised to make things “equal,” even though that was impossible. These unfulfilled women became bitter and hate-filled and attracted others to the cause of “Women’s Liberation.” Which was a CIA-funded operation to help break up the 1960s peace and Hippy movements. (Look up Gloria Steinem.)
Eventually it created a hate culture (misandry), which started to permeate society at all levels through the 1980s. Feminists of the time predicted a “back-lash” when men finally figured out what was happening to them. The Backlash, which was part of the plan, started for real in the 1990s.
Since feminism has nothing tangible to stand on, men easily began picking it apart. What they could not pick apart, however, were the women still following feminist doctrines of, say, “equality,” when everything was more than equal to any educated eye. Picking apart such women was called “misogyny.”
Large groups of men have gotten pissed off with women, because during this dissection of feminism, many could not help but examine women as a whole group. Some women also did this, and still do. And what was found was that women were never oppressed—quite the opposite; it was men who have oppressed.
So, the division is complete when men and women can no longer get along—when we do nothing but fight amongst ourselves. And that was the plan all along. Now we have a growing MGTOW (men going their own way) culture, a growing Freeman culture, and an ever-increasing number of men who not only do not wish to enter into a union with a mate, and have children, but also refuse to defend and protect their biological counterparts.
What are some other problems arising from this division?
Women, rather than change who they are inside, seemed to have desperately latched onto science and have become hyper-sexualized. Weaponized, in fact. The once semi-conscious art of attraction has become an assault against the biology of men.
With the erosion of traditional human values, corporations have swooped down upon a formerly unreachable market: little girls. Incrementally girls who are not sexually mature have become sexualized.
One of the few good things to come out of all this as that more and more men (and some women) have become very aware.
What is the ultimate goal this gender agenda?
To have the male gender destroyed, the State the only necessary parent, and procreation carried out in a laboratory.
Did you fall into this division at some point?
I did. I joined the back-lashing men when I began figuring shit out. I’ve since become aware of everything and have quit the whole scene.
And I’ve written a lot about all this…
Romance was an early bit in which I explore this term and concept…
The Crisis Of Masculinity. What is wrong with men…
Another Glorious Day In The Patriarchy is satire in the theme of ‘what if everything feminists say was true…’
When I started thinking about how enslaved men were to women’s sexuality, it occurred to me—looking back through history—that it was not always this way, that it’s been accelerating (especially over the last century), and that the results are becoming disastrous for men and humanity as a whole…I tried to think of some way to break men out of this ‘spell.’ This trance…because there was a time when a women walked by, men would not go blank in the brain and turn their heads, like so many Pavlov’s dogs; no, there was a time when we would have kept talking and only peripherally noticed her…
I did not come up with much. Because we’re talking about our biology, and it’s being manipulated and exploited, and we’re not benefiting from it.
If we can’t “cover women up,” and if we can’t get men and boys away from women for long periods of time, what was left? I didn’t know—that’s when I wrote, “A Critique Of The Female Body.”
Another problem men have (especially young men have) is breaking out of our training and not only thinking about certain things, but also talking about them with others. When there’s a “lace curtain” around you, you become hesitant to say anything negative about women.
I was no different. I was practically a feminist in my twenties, so I’d had a lot of training, some self-imposed training, and for a while I felt awful speaking out against things women were doing, even to me.
The Paradox Of Misogyny was an early example of this—of how I had to fight my own training to start bringing things out in the open, as well as the fight with mostly other men who did not want to see it or talk about it.
Especially with men who were trained as “white knights”—defenders of women and their values. Chivalric fools, in other words. Betrayers of their brothers, in other words…
Anyway, The Trouble With Anti-Feminism hits some of those points. Blameless Women addresses the problem of starting to really dislike women the more you get into feminism and what it’s doing, while observing the behaviour of women around you.
“A Woman’s Pain” gets into the fact that men go through a lot more shit than women go through…
“Like A Man” deals with inequality in the bedroom…
I had discovered Esther Vilar back in 2005, and so I reviewed her breakthrough work, The Manipulate Man:
Fucking Brilliant was when I found a site spoofing a feminist site.
I reviewed the book Women Can’t Hear What Men Don’t Say, by Dr. Warren Farrell.
The Wall, which I watched a few times during that period (2006-2007), and I began to see a lot more in it than I’d noticed previously…
Was God Pussy-Whipped, Too? Here was when I began to study ancient civilizations, and religions, seeing how men and women got along, and what they were like…
So Much For Male Dominance. More evidence that ‘rape’ doesn’t take place in the natural world.
An exploratory look into the history of agriculture, and “the feminine.”