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Thoughts on the female threat to female identity: feminism and the pseudo-gay modern lesbian

Here’s a thought I had after reflecting on the dehumanization and alienation of females nowadays.  I found myself saying some interesting things that, I think, are worth noting down: It appears that many females are a major influence in the destruction of the female … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the absurd claims of feminists

Just recently, I heard of a number of claims from feminists that were absurd and appalling.  It seems that absurd and appalling are typical of many feminist claims . . . they practically define it.  In my life, I have never … Continue reading

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Thoughts on some remarks from a speech by Hillary Clinton – more aspects of feminism

Thirty of so years ago I began to hear all these weird claims from a group of people called ‘feminists’.  The claims they made were so absurd and ridiculous that they were almost unbelievable.  Despite the fact that they were … Continue reading

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My comments to an article describing how we don’t need men anymore – female alienation and dehumanization

Recently, I was shown an article about how we don’t need men anymore.  Basically, it was saying that men have no use.  We don’t need fathers.  We don’t need men as breadwinners.  The male has become useless.  That’s basically the “gist” of it.  … Continue reading

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A criticism from a feminist and some of the themes that it brought up – with remarks about low self-esteem and low self-respect

The other day I received a criticism from a feminist.  It was a reaction to my article “More thoughts on that destructive philosophy called feminism – my overall impression after almost three decades of observation”. The response is very typical of a … Continue reading

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More thoughts on that destructive philosophy called feminism – my overall impression after almost three decades of observation

The other day I heard of yet another example of why feminism is a destructive philosophy.  It got me to thinking about it again. For several decades I’ve considered this a horrible and destructive philosophy.  Originally, though, I believed it.  When I was … Continue reading

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A memory of a ‘femininist’ and thoughts about the pussy whipped male – being a slave to ‘femalishness’

After a conversation about feminism the other day I began to reflect on my experiences with them in the past.  While doing this, I recalled a very revealing memory that took place in the late 80’s.  It involves themes I’ve mentioned before but … Continue reading

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