Like middle eastern girls and Indian girls and Latinas and all the other brown/dark girls out there? I feel like they are. The typical blue eyed blondes are no longer in fashion.
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Feminism is actually one of the leading causes. My generation grew up raised by our mothers, because our fathers had no rights to their own children. Our mothers frequently used us as weapons to hurt our fathers. This was because around the same time feminism got real popular. A lot of good men got screwed by the system at that time. That is how men now view feminists from our countries. So men look toward other countries hoping to find women not like our mothers, aunts, sisters, etc that hurt men as they proudly proclaimed themselves feminists.
It might be a twisted view to have of women from our country, or of feminism, but it isn't entirely undeserved. You can't raise a child under a system that punishes men and expect the sons to trust the women of their country.
At some point feminism went too far and became a hate movement against men. Even if that is no longer true, it did happen at some point. Since most women in this country still identify themselves as members of the movement that hurt so many men, guys assume those women are just like the women that hurt the generation before us.
The boys that grew up witnessing the worst abuses of feminism are the strongest against it. Even though these men typically want equality for the genders. They can not accept that someone that calls themselves a feminist could ever stand for equality. Now they are hoping the grass may be greener in places they feel is not touched with feminism.
Look at it this way. If you met a guy and he said he was a Nazi and claimed his movement was one of peace and Germans weren't true Nazis, you wouldn't trust him. That is how guys feel about current feminists, or as they are commonly called feminazi.4