Feminists want women to stop having sex, doing chores, because Trump

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Feminists and women’s rights activists have announced the follow up to the Women’s March on Washington: a “Women’s Strike” planned for March 8th, [link to a Guardian piece] where women who oppose Donald Trump’s “misogynistic, homophobic, transphobic and racist policies” will stop doing chores, attending work, and even having sex with their partners in a show of how much women matter.

The idea, which took eight feminists to come up with, [second link to the same Guardian piece] is that men and other assorted non-gendered partners should be made to feel what will happen when women become so oppressed that they disappear.

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About Mike Buchanan

I'm a men's human rights advocate, writer, and publisher. My primary focus is leading the political party I launched in 2013, Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them). I still work actively on two campaigns I launched in early 2012, Campaign for Merit in Business and the Anti-Feminism League. In 2014 I launched The Alternative Sexism Project, aiming to raise public understanding that the sexism faced by men and boys has far more grievous consequences than the sexism faced by women and girls.
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  • Lawrence Newman

    I’ve never heard Trump mention LGBT at all. Or say anything misogynistic. PussygrabGate was blown out of all proportion. If Trump was gay and said he grabbed his men by their genitals, the feminists wouldn’t have called him misandric.

    • bakamonosan

      I think DJT spoke out after the Orlando Club massacre, and has been pictured with a rainbow flag. The FBI “lost” the shooter’s wife, and she was only recently located.
      In the feminist hive-mind, male shaming by calling men names is their ‘go to’ weapon of choice. It is a blunderbuss, so no need to aim, just string together the usual invective in a stream of consciousness, and the male target will wither and die. “Sexist!” and Dr Matt Taylor is reduced to tears.

      I suspect The Donald won’t be deflected by some women in silly hats calling him deplorable. I think he has developed immunity after previous exposure…

    • RV

      Trump is the first president who supported gay marriage from the beginning, he is also the first GOP presidential candidate to campaign with the rainbow flag afaik, but as we all know on here, none of this will make the slightest difference to feminists, as what they are actually upset about is that for the first time in decades, they don’t have someone in the WH that will cater to their every bizarre whimsy.

      • Lawrence Newman

        I disagree with him on LGBT but I don’t throw tantrums. He’s way too liberal for me. Having said that, there are far more important issues to address right now.

      • William Gruff

        ‘ … for the first time in decades, they don’t have someone in the WH that will cater to their every bizarre whimsy.

        Mr Trump must be the first US president in many years to have a penis.

  • MacOisdealbh

    Can’t wait, nice to have the women sitting at home or demonstrating, either way men win.

  • Marty

    sorry to say, but what’s the point of reasoning with unreasonable people?
    I am beginning to feel that women should not have any voting rights or positions of authority because all they come up with is nonsense. And their political correctness is designed to prevent us from saying so openly. Likewise, the gentleman code is keeping most men quiet. Well, time to do away with these customs..it will be good riddance !

    • Lawrence Newman

      I believed in equal rights up until a year to 2 years ago. It was reading about the feminist and progressive lunacy that brought me to very conservative beliefs.

  • Paul Jackson

    Do you think that we might persuade them to strike for the whole month of March?
    Then we’ll see just how surplus to requirements the vast majority of them really are

  • bakamonosan

    “Have you seen the Emma Watson video? The one where’s she’s at the UN?”

    Yes, I have, and I don’t recall that the dictionary definition of feminism Ms Watson quoted included ‘subverting legitimate democratic processes through non cooperation with the rest of humanity if you don’t like the outcome”

    But maybe I didn’t watch it to the end…

  • Nick Langford

    The idea took 8 feminists to come up with? No; Aristophanes had the idea in 411BC in his play Lysistrata.

    • Paul Jackson

      Except in that play the women were trying to stop a war, while here they are just whining and asking for free stuff.

    • William Gruff

      You’re mansplaining Nick.

      That aside, does Aristophanes count at as ‘an old dead white guy’?

  • Rob

    “From the article in the guardian”

    The idea is to mobilize women, including trans women, and all who
    support them in an international day of struggle – a day of striking,
    marching, blocking roads, bridges, and squares, abstaining from
    domestic, care and sex work, boycotting, calling out misogynistic
    politicians and companies, striking in educational institutions. These
    actions are aimed at making visible the needs and aspirations of those
    whom lean-in feminism ignored: women in the formal labor market, women
    working in the sphere of social reproduction and care, and unemployed
    and precarious working women.
    1. Trans women? isn’t it the feminist movement that won’t accept trans women? and is now slowly devouring itself from within over this and other issues?

    2. not attending work( from the heat article) – I imagine that they will just take a holiday rather than face being fired for non attendance without good reason( its likely to make them unemployable)

    3. abstaining from domestic,care work etc. so you are going to hurt those who need care?. not clean for one day ? ( no one is going to get upset over that)

    4. withholding sex from partners ( in protest against men). well isn’t that domestic abuse( emotional withdrawal of affection?) score an extra point for their reasons to divorce you,.

    4. blocking roads , bridges etc- good luck with that when you interfere with the road( isn’t that a criminal offense?)

    and attacking other women on the idea that they are collaborators?

    isn’t all this just a continuation of the “its not my president” today last month? that tired old tirade which achieved nothing..

    wonder who is funding this – shall we start the 2.30 soros sweepstakes?

    • William Gruff

      2. not attending work( from the heat article) – I imagine that they will
      just take a holiday rather than face being fired
      … ‘

      I can easily imagine an employer shying away from dismissing women for that because they could very easily risk a tribunal for unfair dismissal and sexual discrimination.

      4. withholding sex from partners … well isn’t that domestic abuse … ‘

      Only if men do it to women – in the ‘U’K.

  • What nonsense is that. No sex, no ‘chores’ and staying at home rather than going to work? Business as usual for most women then.