In response to my last post, John asked a very relevant question, “If women are the enemy, then how do you define victory over the enemy?”
Simple answer, when men and women are treated equally under the law.
Although practically any given female will proclaim that equality is the goal of feminism, equality is plainly not our enemy’s goal. A female’s use of the term is nothing more than a shaming tactic to silence men. Have we not all heard the question, “don’t you believe in equal rights for women,” when attempting to debate with females?
No, the very core of feminism is women’s rights. It is not about equal rights or equal privileges, and certainly not about equal responsibilities and equal consequences.
As proof, I challenge each of my readers to peruse the National Organization of Women’s website and note how often the phrase “equal rights” is used compared to the phrase “women’s rights.” A Google search turns up 4700 occurrences of the phrase “women’s rights” but only 1540 instances of “equal rights,” of which most are concerned with the Equal Rights Amendment, lesbian and gay rights, disability rights, or equal pay “rights.”
NOW even uses the phrase “equal women’s rights” - as if equal rights are only for women. You see, in the eyes of females, we are all equal. It’s just that some are more equal than others.
Bottom line, I say we win when we have given females what they pretend to want – equality. Who can argue with such a strategy?