Tuesday, February 19, 2013

The purpose of feminism

I found this comment:
the purpose of feminism is to maximize sexual opportunity for ordinary women with Alpha males.

No, the purpose of feminism is to destroy the traditional European family. You write as if young hot women a hundred years ago came up with this stuff themselves so they could have more fun. Ridiculous.
So who is right? Wikipedia defines:
Feminism is a collection of movements and ideologies aimed at defining, establishing, and defending equal political, economic, and social rights for women. This includes seeking to establish equal opportunities for women in education and employment.
This is unsatisfactory because if you listen to feminist activists, very little of what they say has to do with equal opportunities. Laws requiring equal pay for equal work were passed in the 1960s without much controversy. Another encyclopedia explains:
The term ‘feminism’ has many different uses and its meanings are often contested. For example, some writers use the term ‘feminism’ to refer to a historically specific political movement in the US and Europe; other writers use it to refer to the belief that there are injustices against women, though there is no consensus on the exact list of these injustices. ...

Is there any point, then, to asking what feminism is? Given the controversies over the term and the politics of circumscribing the boundaries of a social movement, it is sometimes tempting to think that the best we can do is to articulate a set of disjuncts that capture a range of feminist beliefs.
A lot can be explained by female hypergamy. According to evolutionary psychology, this is a female instinct. Feminists are always trying to advance the interests of women somehow.

So yes, they want to maximize sexual opportunity for ordinary women with Alpha males. And they do that by destroying the traditional European nuclear family. The family court is a tool towards that end, and that is why I criticize feminists on this blog.

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