Are you a woman against feminism? Do not you feel represented by feminists? Your are NOT ALONE. We write this blog for you because you are one of us. Please invite your friends to like our page and our blog. Here you can learn more about some great women against feminism 🙂
1- Erin Patria Margaret Pizzey is an English family care activist and a novelist. She became internationally famous for having started the first domestic violence shelter in the modern world, Chiswick Women’s Aid. Pizzey has been the subject of death threats from feminists and boycotts because of her research into the claim that most domestic violence is reciprocal, and that women are equally capable of violence as men.
2- Karen Straughan is a spokesperson for Men’s Rights Edmonton. She is a prominent MRA who came to public attention largely through her YouTube channel as GirlWritesWhat. She is another woman against feminism and also has been the subject of threats from feminists. She is a mother of several children
3- Lauren Cherie Southern is a Canadian conservative-libertarian political activist, writer, and journalist. She created content for The Rebel Media, a Canadian online media company, until March 2017. In March 2016, feminists in Vancouver poured a container of urine over Southern’s head while she was speaking with other protesters at a rally in Vancouver.
4- Janice Fiamengo is a canadian Professor, since 2009 in the Department of English at the University of Ottawa. Fiamengo, a former feminist who in earlier years marched in “Take Back The Night” campaigns, has given lectures on feminist-related topics at the University of Toronto, Queen’s University, the University of Ottawa, and more, and has been featured on The Agenda with Steve Paiken as well as many videos here on Studio Brulé.
Janice Fiamengo is declared anti-feminist, defender of freedom speech and campaigner for the right to dissent.
5- Suzanne Venker is an American non-fiction author. She has authored several books critical of feminism (the book The Flipside of Feminism is great). She writes about relationships, marriage and work-family conflict from a countercultural view.
6- Phyllis McAlpin Schlafly was an American constitutional lawyer and conservative activist. She was known for her staunchly conservative social and political views, her opposition to feminism and abortion.
7- Esther Vilar (born Esther Margareta Katzen; September 16, 1935 in Buenos Aires, Argentina) is an Argentine-German writer. She trained and practised as a medical doctor before establishing herself as an author. She is best known for her 1971 book The Manipulated Man and its various follow-ups, which argue that, contrary to common feminist and women’s rights rhetoric, women in industrialized cultures are not oppressed, but rather exploit a well-established system of manipulating men. She received death threats over the book from feminists.
8- Michele Elliott OBE is an author, psychologist, teacher and the founder and director of child protection charity Kidscape. She has chaired World Health Organisation and Home Office working groups and is a Winston Churchill fellow.
Her book Female Sexual Abuse Of Children: The Ultimate Taboo is great.
Elliott, who had previously written books about male abuse of children, has undertaken pioneering work in investigating and raising awareness of the problem and extent of child sexual abuse committed by women, and the topic of female paedophilia, publishing the book Female Sexual Abuse of Children The Last Taboo’ in 1992. The book was well received by professionals and survivors’ organisations. Mike Lew described it as “an important and challenging work”, helping “to forge a new understanding of the issues”.Doody’s annual stated it was “an extremely valuable book for all professionals, and it greatly increases the current state of knowledge, or lack of that knowledge, that can have a profound influence on the survivor’s development and recovery”.
Elliott’s work in exposing the issue of child sexual abuse committed by women has also resulted in hostility from feminists. While compiling Female Sexual Abuse of Children, Elliott organised a conference in London concerning sexual abuse by women. After publishing the book, Elliott was subject to a “deluge” of hate mail from feminists.
9- Kelly Mac. Kelly is ‘a woman against feminism’ because of its anti-male agenda. You can read more of Kelly Mac’s blog at http://awomanagainstfeminism.blogspot.com/
Kelly exposed some quotes from famous feminists.
- “I feel that ‘man-hating’ is an honourable and viable political act, that the oppressed have a right to class-hatred against the class that is oppressing them.” – Robin Morgan, Ms. Magazine Editor
- “To call a man an animal is to flatter him; he’s a machine, a walking dildo.” -– Valerie Solanas
- “I want to see a man beaten to a bloody pulp with a high-heel shoved in his mouth, like an apple in the mouth of a pig.” — Andrea Dworkin
- “Rape is nothing more or less than a conscious process of intimidation by which all men keep all women in a state of fear” — Susan Brownmiller
- “The more famous and powerful I get the more power I have to hurt men.” — Sharon Stone
- “In a patriarchal society, all heterosexual intercourse is rape because women, as a group, are not strong enough to give meaningful consent.” — Catherine MacKinnon
- “The proportion of men must be reduced to and maintained at approximately 10% of the human race.” — Sally Miller Gearhart
- “Men who are unjustly accused of rape can sometimes gain from the experience.” – Catherine Comins
- “All men are rapists and that’s all they are” — Marilyn French
- “Probably the only place where a man can feel really secure is in a maximum security prison, except for the imminent threat of release.” — Germaine Greer.
Kelly sums it up nicely:
“If you’re going to say feminism is not a man-hating movement, I’m going to have to insist that you provide links either to sites showing feminists condemning the statements listed above, or feminists telling women to respect men as men.”
10- Belinda Brown: Belinda Brown is author of ‘The Private Revolution’ and a number of well-cited academic papers. More recently, she has started writing and blogging for The Daily Mail and The Conservative Woman. She has a particular interest in men’s issues and the damage caused by feminism.