End the Gender War
There are many battle fronts against Feminism in this Gender War, but rarely do we see visible weapons and we struggle to recognise the source of the violence, this creeping violence, this increasing violence, this social violence that plagues our society, seemingly without explanation.
Without explanation, or by concealing the explanation, of course men will get the blame, we always do.
For men Feminism is a state of confusion. We are men. We think like men. For us Feminism is a violence we struggle to understand. It is not one that we even expect or anticipate. It leaves us blindsided.
For women, as they are told, it’s a victory, it’s their right, everything will be all right. For women it is a political lie, one they need to understand, not live.
We are distressed when we find someone living a lie, misleading us, deceiving us, but when it is a whole gender living the lie – it is a disaster. Inevitably over time a big disaster, a slow motion train crash.
For us as men we often make little sense of this, and rightly so. Something that is so unnatural to mankind, so alien to society, so foreign to humanity, should make no sense, and should be treated accordingly.
The difficulty is, that it is an invisible enemy because we don’t think like women. That is not an accusation against all women, because not all women think this way, but the ones that do, are as dangerous as any Mussolini, any Hitler, any of the world’s recognised tyrants.
If you do not understand your enemy, you put yourself at a great disadvantage. Often our complaints as men are limited to recognising the symptoms of Feminist violence, or identifying the creeping changes, and in doing so, we acknowledge the need and support the necessity of this political agenda.
We can be our own worst enemies without even knowing it.
You may have seen a comment from me the other day about a man writing like a woman, because that is where he finds acceptance. It is a dangerous culture that so easily captures willing and eager minds.
The answer I suggest, to help men understand their predicament, and to help women recognise their dilemma, is to write like men about the way Feminists think.
There is strength in this. That is our weapon, our way to reply to the invisible enemy. Our way to identify the thugs of Feminism and the foot soldiers of their thuggery.
Many of you will be familiar with a Voice for Men. It is received with great enthusiasm and rightly so. They do an amazing job … but even so … it is only a step in the right direction.
We need to take that next step.
We need to paint a picture of Feminist thinking. Write an understanding that allows people to see Feminism for what it is – as a way of thinking, not as a way of life.
It’s a war of words and it cannot be won without good writers.