An interesting piece, albeit with some serious flaws. I’ve left the following comments:
“They scold men about mythical pay gaps but ignore the real oppression of women, like FGM, honour killings and arranged marriages.”
Whenever and wherever FGM is practised, it is carried out by women at the behest of women. The notion it is about ‘oppression of women’ is a feminist myth. If the criminal justice system wanted to end FGM in the UK, it would need to target and prosecure middle-aged and elderly black women. It won’t do that, forever (and fruitlessly) trying to pin the crime on men – not one successful prosecution since the FGM Act of 1985, 32 years ago.
Men represent a fair proportion of those subjected to honour killings (as Philip Davies MP pointed out in a recent debate) and arranged marriages.
Women as a class have accepted the privileges won by feminists, not challenged their evil ideology – with very rare exceptions – and collectively thrown men as a class under a bus. And now we’re supposed to feel sorry for them, for some of the consequences of their actions? Forget it. The privileging of women and/or girls in so many areas (20 in our 2015 election manifesto) is the direct cause of the disadvantaging of men and/or boys, and needs to be stopped, for men and boys to have true gender equality.
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