Another woeful piece by Glen Poole, a prominent mangina currently resident in Australia, for his website InsideMAN. Along with other feminist commentators such as Ally Fogg, he appears not to understand the implications of the declining public support for feminism, and the increasing public support for anti-feminism. Poole, Fogg, and their like, are on the wrong side of history.
Pleasingly, however, Poole has included a video clip of some comments I made during the Q&A session after the recent screening of The Red Pill in London, and even relates some of my comments, although he cannot bring himself to identify me by name. He describes me simply as an ‘anti-feminist’, a badge I wear with pride. The comments he includes:
Feminism cannot be negotiated with, it’s a female supremacy movement driven by the hatred of men and to me the idea that you can negotiate with feminists or that feminists will cede power to men and boys… it’s as fanastic (sic) as Jews in the Second World War thinking the Nazis would help them.
I stand by every word.
Initial responses to the piece by ‘AJ’ and ‘Taca’ are excellent, I urge you to add your own comments.
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