Featured Post from Lanavor22by, 9th-October-2014 at 09:12 PM
I was whined at by some petulant feminist on another forum for comparing feminism with religion. She is a “skeptic” and a “rationalist” she told me. It is the first time I have come across a “rationalist” who also identifies as a believer in one of the most dogmatic creeds the human race has ever dreamed up. So I was thinking of the many ways in which feminism is very much like a religion.
Feminism is very much like a religion. It is based on faith not reason, and faith is generally defined as belief without reason.
Feminism believes in the concept of original sin. All males are born with the shameful stain of masculinity and must seek redemption by proving that they are “good men;” perpetually prostrating themselves before the altar of gynocentrism. Inherent guilt is something that feminism is obsessed with.
What religion would be complete without its places of worship? The feminist temples are the schools and universities where the young must go to be indoctrinated, and where those who refuse to comply or who blaspheme against the dogma are callously rooted out by the feminist inquisition.
The inquisition comes in different guises depending on the country. In the USA it is called the VAWA and it spawns witch-hunting initiatives like Title IX to guarantee itself a never ending supply of fresh fuel for the feminist stake. Like any religion, feminism revels in punishing heretics. The mobs of brainwashed followers who join in these witch-hunts revel in their own sense of righteousness, while proving to their superiors and to each other how wonderfully pure and “enlightened” they are.
Every religion also needs a devil, and feminism menaces its followers with one of the most evil and insidious satans of all. The patriarchy is an invisible but ever present evil that is constantly trying to tempt the pure of heart away from the salvation of the faith. The patriarchy is responsible for everything ...