I hope your prescribed womansplaining homework from the last newsletter is going joyfully. In today’s newsletter I wanted to share a recent article from The Sun, a major news outlet in the UK with over 1.7 million Twitter followers, and discuss the idea of “Making Women Traditional Again”.
This exclusive article includes written interviews with myself and Taylor Burrowes PhD. Some savage quotes from Dr. Burrowes in the article…
“Dr Burrowes says she’s happier since taking the ‘red pill’.
Now in a stable relationship, she says she is happy to put her partner’s needs first.
She is looking forward to The 22 Convention as a chance to network and socialise with like-minded women, as well as the speakers, most of whom she already knows personally.
“I’m assuming most of the women are looking for the chance to be around other women with whom they can finally express themselves comfortably,” she says.
“They want to feel normal and not be shunned or attacked for their values or feelings of discontent from the dominant narrative of feminism’s tyranny.”
I am happy that I’ve stopped being the selfish spoiled brat that feminism taught me to be.”
MAKE WOMEN TRADITIONAL AGAIN?
As you’ll notice in the article (and much of the UK coverage of Make Women Great Again), there is a strong #TradWife movement there that started up not long before #MWGA.
Understandably mainstream media sees a connection between these two, and they’re not wrong. Independent of cause, I think everyone can agree that gender relations have been deteriorating in America and the West for at least my lifetime of 31 years.
I of course point to feminism as the nucleus of all this, which in my life has gone from bad, to extreme, to radical, to insane at remarkable speed. I don’t use these words lightly, and to my knowledge I was the first man in history on national TV to suggest that feminism is a national security threat to all Western nations that should be examined by their governments (Good Morning Britain with Piers Morgan).
Feminism is many things. Ten feminists will give you ten different definitions on “what it means” to them. Above all though, I believe feminism is an all out culture war on common sense femininity, masculinity, and family formation. Essentially feminism is a push to destroy the relationship between men and women at the scale of nations and civilization itself as well as the personal.
On a long enough timeline no nation has a future without healthy gender relations. This is the core of how we bond, connect, love, and literally continue as a species. The collapse of western birth rates and rise of single motherhood to normalcy are just a few basic examples of this. This is all dysfunctional and unsustainable.
As for making women “traditional” vs “great”, there are some key differences. Number one, I had nothing to do with the creation of the #TradWife movement. However I’m happy to see it taking place and I regard it as generally positive. Anything that encourages women to question feminism and truly think for themselves rather than as a herd is going to get a big thumbs up in my book.
#MWGA however is more comprehensive and future thinking, with a respect for what the average person would consider “traditional femininity”. The reason for this is simple: tradition is not always great.
China for example, sadly now has some tradition of communism in their country. I think this is a horrible tradition because it’s totalitarian and has a bad habit of getting millions of people killed. I like people, so I don’t like that.
America on the other hand has a long tradition of individual liberty, of defeating tyranny, of incredible wealth, perseverance, and success. Unlike communism, these are wonderful traditions to maintain.
Not everything “fits” into traditional femininity either. For example, I think science strongly supports women lifting weights for exercise and better health. It will not make you “big and bulky”, it will help you become lean, fit, and healthy. I don’t believe there’s any basis in “traditional womanhood” for this, and yet, it is part of helping women become the greatest ever.
Finally… what I hope to create long term with #MakeWomenGreatAgain is not merely the abolishment of feminism, it would be the creation of an “American Femininity” in my country, and the equivalent in your’s.
I want to live in an America where young girls, born of any race/religion/demographic, have something positive to aspire to in becoming a woman. I believe feminism has all but killed this in culture today for young girls, and the same is true for young boys in becoming a man.
This is why feminism has to be repealed and replaced 100%. Replaced with something truly great and positive.
I also believe it is far more useful to build a better future than to endlessly cling to the past. Things have never been perfect between men and women, and I sincerely doubt they ever will be. The best we can do is to continually become better and better while remembering where we came from – our traditions and history.
That’s all for today. Hope to see you this October at The 22 Convention where we will MAKE WOMEN GREAT AGAIN!
– Anthony Dream Johnson
Founder, The 22 Convention
1st President of The Manosphere
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