So Why Can’t We Hate Men?
On June 8, 2018, Suzanna Danuta Walters published a Washington Post op-ed Why can’t we hate men? This didn’t go down well with intelligent women, including Janice Fiamengo.
Deranged lesbian Walters is a professor of...gender studies among other things, as if you couldn’t have guessed. Her article contains all the usual feminist drivel: “women of color” – like there are only two types of women in the world, namely white women and all the rest; talk about “male violence”, “sexual violence”...Then we have all the de rigueur whining about women being “underrepresented in higher-wage jobs, local and federal government, business, educational leadership, etc”. We are told that “wage inequality continues to permeate every economy and almost every industry” – except for professors of gender studies, of course; “women have less access to education, particularly at the higher levels” – run that one by me again. Women now make up the majority of university students and did in 2018, und so weiter.
Clearly this mad dyke has dozens of spurious reasons for hating men, but guess what, she isn’t the only one. So have I. So do many other men. Haven’t you ever got up in the morning and hated the entire human race? Haven’t you ever wanted to strike a match and burn your city down, or the entire world? Hate is part of the human condition. Fortunately, extreme hate is usually transient, or if not, most of us have enough self-control to resist doing something that given time to reflect, we wouldn’t have done.
Most of us have justifiable reasons to hate. If a loved one is murdered, surely you have a justifiable reason to hate the killer? What if the victim is you, aren’t you justified in hating the thug who hits you in the face with a glass for no good reason, or the thief who picks your pocket, or the snitch who got you fired?
Hating individuals is often justified, hating members of a group just because they are members of a group, not so, although in her lesbian feminist fantasy world, hating some groups is clearly okay, men in general, and without delving into any of her published work, white men in particular, white heterosexual men even more so.
There is good evidence that some women become lesbians because of the way they were treated by men. Singer-songwriter Janis Ian had a bad marriage; Angela Davis was angry because Huey Newton told her to make the tea and keep her mouth shut. Incidentally, this is where a lot of so-called racism comes from, and misogyny, like real misogyny. Tell a white schoolkid who has been bullied incessantly by black ones how wonderful blacks are, and see what he says. Tell a man who has had his life trashed by a woman’s lies, or perhaps a group of them (like Jian Ghomeshi) that not all women are like that.
Let’s take this one step further, if you had only bad or overwhelmingly bad experiences with any of the following, wouldn’t you feel justified in hating them?
Arabs, car salesmen, customs officers, homosexuals, Irishmen, Jews, journalists, landlords, lawyers, midgets, Moslems, plumbers, police officers, prostitutes...
The above list can of course be expanded.
The first hole in her argument is that Walters doesn’t mention or doesn’t notice all the times she has suffered at the hands of women. When we are ill-treated by our own kind, who do we blame it on? Feminists blame it on men, because they believe women are incapable of evil or even of bad intentions.
The second and even bigger hole in her argument is that everything she has she owes to men, in particular to the few hundred, overwhelmingly white men, the vast majority long dead, who developed the technologies that enable talentless women to batten off the public purse while men do real jobs like erecting the buildings she inhabits, manufacturing the bed she sleeps in, and ensuring she can shower in the morning by digging up the road at 2am to fix a leaking water pipe. Hate them all you like, bitch, but men run this world, always have, and always will. It’s time you got used to that.