What Feminism has done:
1. It has made men less likely to get a job as a cop or fireman. Despite being bigger, stronger and more capable of dealing with physical threats, employment-equity (affirmative action) requires that less capable women are hired before men. I am especially comforted by the ones who are 5’ 2’’, 130 lbs with painted nails and mascara. I’ve seen several of them. They make me feel so safe.
(Also see: Toronto Police Losing “Face”)
2. It has given teenage girls reproductive freedom and sexual equality to males. As a result, our society is rampant with single baby-mothers, my children’s school is full of troubled children who grow up deprived of a father’s guidance, and our jails are full of angry, fatherless young criminal men.
3. It has made me appreciate my stay-at-home mom-wife 1000% more. I see my buddies rush to make breakfast and deliver the kids to daycare everyday. I hear about how their working wives are too tired to have sex. I watch their kids dine on take-out food and get fat as they live their lives deprived of wholesome home-cooked meals because mommy has to stay at work late to write a report.
4. It has allowed me to wait longer for medical care. There are only so many places available in medical school and over 50% of all doctors graduating these days are female. Female doctors work considerably fewer hours than their male counterparts. And unlike men, they take time off when having children. Therefore, they see fewer patients. I cannot count the number of people who have mentioned to me how little their female doctors work.
5. It has picked my pocket dry with its endless demands for more tax dollars to fund government programs like state-funded daycare that would not be necessary if they just took motherhood more seriously than their own selfish feminist ambitions.
6. It has deprived the world of millions of intelligent children. Intelligence is largely genetic. Many of today’s brightest women are not having children, choosing instead to pursue careers. This has deprived humanity and future generations of their DNA.
Don’t roll your eyes at me. I am not saying that everyone — men and women alike — should not be able to pursue their own private ambitions. And sure … some women cops could take on a man in a physical confrontation, some women doctors work as much as male doctors, and some women do have careers with no negative impact on their motherly duties. But most do not.
Books, magazines, TV, and radio are constantly awash with stories of exhausted, conflicted women trying to do it all. Childless career women are apparently the most conflicted of all. In fact, an entire psychiatric industry has grown up around these feminist-caused problems.
What I am simply trying to do here is point out the unintended negative consequences of feminism on men in particular, and society as a whole. With every action there is an equal and opposite…well, you know. […] Source