Men have been viewed as cannon fodder by the gynocentrics for way too long. The gynocentrics like to push the erroneous idea that females are superior to males by enforcing double standards that hinder males. However, more and more people continue to speak out against these double standards. Still people must understand that male and female issues are two separate topics. Note: I’m not trying to vilify women, I know that there are plenty of women who sincerely care about men.
1.) 80 percent of domestic violence deaths are male
Biased websites like Huffington post and buzzfeed will never admit this but it’s true that 80% of the deaths in domestic violence are male. That’s a lot. Where’s the outrage? Nowhere to be found. Even the same feminists who claim to “care” about men’s issues try to downplay it. The only people who show sincere support towards men who’ve suffered sexual abuse are the men’s rights activists.
2.) Many men are afraid of women
With all that has been going on in regards to gender politics, a lot of men have started to fear women because of how hostile several women have become towards men. I’m not saying every woman is hostile towards men but there are many who are. Even Henry Cavill admitted to being afraid of flirting with women. Obviously some sensitive individuals weren’t pleased with his comments.
3.) Male sex abuse victims are laughed at
It’s disgusting how male sex abuse victims are viewed as unimportant. I find it ironic how feminists claim to “care” about male victims of sex abuse but stay quiet when males who suffered sex abuse come forward. These feminists also don’t support the establishment of men’s shelters. Only men’s rights activists support the establishment of men’s shelters. Many people believe that the number of men who’ve suffered sexual abuse is actually much higher but most cases involving male victims go unreported because those males stay quiet due to social stigma.
4.) Misuse of “toxic masculinity”
The feminists claim to use this concept to “help” men overcome “harmful behaviors” but in reality they are trying to establish dominance over men by shaming masculinity and encouraging men to repress their masculinity. The concept of “Toxic masculinity” was actually created by the men’s rights community not the feminists. It was originally meant as a basis for male self improvement and for men to embrace their masculinity, not repress it.
5.) Males have restrictions in regards to society but women don’t
Why is okay for women to “admire” men’s bodies but it’s not okay for men to admire women’s bodies? Why can women say whatever they want about men but men can’t say whatever they want about women?
I’m not saying every woman hates men. There are plenty of women who absolutely adore men and I know this for a fact since I’m emotionally close with many women. The point I’m making is that male and female issues are two different things. In other words feminists should just focus on female issues because they only want to force males to fit their standards rather than sincerely help males. They are causing more harm than good. Men’s rights activists are the ones that are helping men more than the feminists.
I’m also not saying women shouldn’t try to help males. But if you are trying to help the men’s rights activist community then it should be sincere and not attributed to feminism. There are plenty of women who sincerely care about males and have contributed a lot to the men’s rights movement. Christina Hoff Sommers and Cassie Jaye have both dedicated a lot of resources to spreading awareness of men’s issues.
In the long run this may help males and females once again feel comfortable around each other.