I believe that the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world.
I believe all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of kinship, love and tolerance.
I don't believe in distinction of any kind, such as
- race, colour, ethnicity, nationality
- sex, gender identity
- sexual orientation
- language, culture
- religion, spirituality
- political opinion
- any opinion
- origin (social, national or any other kind)
- age
- weight, size
- looks, beauty or lack of it
- disability or illness, visible or invisible, of mind or body
- property, wealth
- birth
- other status or identity

Thursday, April 24, 2008

Misandry and Chauvinist Sows

I find it fascinating that there are people around who are chauvinist; arrogant, elitist, insulting to everyone who is not part of their group - and who gladly spread all kind of crap about those who aren't part of the group, but who get EXTREMELY offended if the table is turned...

I have heard that some feminists who have no scruples in using "chauvinist pig" get EXTREMELY offended when someone uses the expression "chauvinist sow".

The view that women are better than men just because they are of different gender might be based on the centuries old idea of that men are better than women, but it's still just as chauvinist and sexist idea.

"What would the world be like without men? Full of fat, happy women."
"If they can put one man on the moon, why can’t they put them all there?"
"A woman without a man, is like a fish without a bicycle"

So what separates you from the guys who invented "men only"? Nothing.

Think about this: a picture of a fat, hairy woman, sleeping in a bed. A group of men start making fun of her, saying things like "think about waking up with THAT in your bed!" "disgusting!" "Think about having THOSE legs around you while making love!"

Pretty upsetting, huh? This is nevertheless the style a picture of a hairy man sleeping was commented in a women's group in a debate forum, and when a couple of men got offended and sad by it, they were driven out of the group with insults and mockery... to this day those women don't understand that it is just as insulting towards a man as it is towards a woman.

"If you feel attacked by feminism it's probably a counter-attack"

Not anymore, sisters...

Or take the "Boys are stupid, throw rocks at them!" A lot of women thought it was hilarious... I bet they didn't have any sons... >:->

"the T-shirts are perceived as harmless fun by children"

"I want to make boys feel bad because it's fun."
-- 10 year old girl

Harmless fun? If violence against boys is "harmless fun", why the heck create such an outcry about violence against girls/women? Isn't violence always violence and never fun?

Not to these chauvinist sows...

"sexism against women is a far more widespread and substantial problem in United States' society"

Yeah... might be... and because racism is far more widespread and substantial problem in US' society, we shouldn't bother about the sexism at all.

I'm sorry to see that these women can't understand that there is no equality without equality of BOTH sexes.

"Men of quality respect women’s equality."

And women of quality respect men's equality.

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