This is a discussion on If it wasn't for Feminism.... within the Great Men & Their Historical Accomplishments anti misandry forums, part of the Wisdom Library category; ....arising in its 1970's empowerment, women would have continued to be dominated and oppressed by men, and kept pregnant and ...
....arising in its 1970's empowerment, women would have continued to be dominated and oppressed by men, and kept pregnant and barefoot, chained to a kitchen sink..
Here is an example - from Glenn Sacks' Newsletter - of some 'Right Deviationist Wind to Reverse Correct Verdicts' as Chairman Mao's approved booklist would call it.
Warning to feminists: This post contains some examples of my sarcasm that might 'Dampen Revolutionary Fervour' and induce warts. You might like to chant along.
Pioneering female aviator Beryl Markham had a very strong bond with her father, C. B. Clutterbuck, who is described as a "scholar, a horse breeder, an adventurer, and a farmer."
(P. See, No 'finer' feelings at all. Where was his feminine side?)
Clutterbuck told her "Work and hope. But never hope more than you work."
(P. Patriarchal bastard. He gave her no 'choices' in life at all)
Mary S. Lovell, Beryl Markham's biographer, wrote:
She didn't (just) love her father; she idolized him. He was the one great love in her life. No other man ever measured up to him.
(P. Trapped in Patriarchal attitudes, the poor woman was doomed. )
According to Wikipedia:
Markham is often described as "the first person" to fly the Atlantic east to west in a solo non-stop flight...
When Markham decided to take on the Atlantic crossing, no pilot had yet flown non-stop from Europe to New York, and no woman had made the westward flight solo, though several had died trying.
(P. No doubt deliberately sent out unprepared by wicked male oppressors who WANTED then to fail)
Markham hoped to claim both records. On September 4, 1936, she took off from Abingdon, England. After a 20-hour flight, her Vega Gull, The Messenger, suffered fuel starvation due to icing of the fuel tank vents, and she crash-landed in Baleine on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia...
In spite of falling short of her goal, Markham had become the first woman to cross the Atlantic east-to-west solo, and the first person to make it from England to North America non-stop. She was celebrated as an aviation pioneer.
(P. In total secret of course. I mean, has any Feminist EVER heard of Beryl? See. More male oppression).
Markham chronicled her many adventures in her memoir,West with the Night, published in 1942.
(P. No doubt she had to self-publish as no Male oppressor would dream of publishing it, would they? No wonder feminist's haven't heard of her doomed efforts to emulate men.)
Cum dilectione hominum et odio vitiorum
Love the Sinner but not the Sin.
“ For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers,
against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. “
(and within ourselves)
(Ephesians 6:12 (KJV)
A Feminist is a human being who has lost her way and turned vicious.
If you meet one on the road as you Go your Own Way,
offer kindness but keep your sword drawn.