Feminism truisms

Going off of Dalrock’s thread I’d thought I try my hand at another one.

Dalrock’s Law of Feminism:  Feminism is the assertion that men are evil and naturally want to harm women, followed by pleas to men to solve all of women’s problems.

Some of the ones I’ve made before:

My new analysis:

Feminism is the belief that men are superior to women. Therefore, women should become men, and men should become women.

Another:

Feminism is the belief that a woman’s roles and responsibilities of a wife to her husband, a mother to her children, and homemaking are worthless (when they are actually priceless). Therefore, to have any value, they must prostitute themselves to random attractive men (NSA sex, FWB, etc.) under the guise of finding themselves and prostitute themselves to corporations to make money (careerism).

No wonder women are more unhappy.

That’s the best I got for now.

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12 Responses to Feminism truisms

  1. Ame says:

    Feminism is the belief that a woman’s roles and responsibilities of a wife to her husband, a mother to her children, and homemaking are worthless (when they are actually priceless). Therefore, to have any value, they must prostitute themselves random men (NSA sex, FWB, etc.) and prostitute themselves to corporations to make money (careerism).

    they start indoctrination on this one young … in kindergarten … having children talk and write about what college they want to go to … having ‘college week’ where they wear college clothing – in kindergarten … talking about what their moms ‘do’ and not giving much credit for sahms.

  2. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Feminism relies on tapping into fear and fostering hate for men. That may well be its undoing.an only hope.

  3. SnapperTrx says:

    “Feminism is ugly women’s assertion that a woman’s roles and responsibilities of wife to her husband, a mother to her children, and homemaking are worthless. Therefore, to sabotage the ship and elevate themselves, ugly women elevate the concept that women must prostitute themselves to random men and prostitute themselves to corporations in order to drag all women down to the lowest common denominator.”

    That’s my take on it.

  4. purge187 says:

    My definition of a Feminist is a woman who wants equality in everything, except responsibilities and outcomes.

  5. Wayne says:

    “Therefore, to have any value, they must prostitute themselves…”

    This is the big, subtle lie of feminism – that women must find validation through fleshly Tingles and worldly performance, and that any validation obtained through faith, loyalty, chastity, and obedience to God in general, is not validation at all, but is instead a shameful mark of “weakness”.
    The father of lies seeks to kill, steal, and destroy.

  6. Feminism rejects God, thus it must invert His Designs to assuage the guilt.

  7. Jacob says:

    Feminism is organised rebellion based on the principle that Adam’s sin excused Eve’s.

  8. Jacob says:

    I’m not sure it’s possible to pin down feminism by one definition. Rebellion is opportunistic by nature. It finds purchase wherever there’s weakness. A new definition is needed to describe the new, slightly different, stronghold. It’s unsurprising that women these days are talking about “your feminism” and “my feminism”. Gloria Steinem called it “the problem with no name”. Susan B Anthony called it “women’s rights and nothing less, men’s rights and nothing more”. There are hundreds, if not thousands, of definitions by feminists themselves. Each of the popular definitions seem to derive from the nature of the particular bee that was in the feminist’s bonnet at the time. Feminists through the ages have argued with each other, sometimes bitterly, to settle on a single working definition. Feminist blogs are as often in pitched battles with each other as the Alt-Right and PUA fools. The manosphere has has just as much trouble pinning it down as feminists. A precise definition seems more elusive today than ever.

    Christians can agree without too much debate that feminism is mostly in darkness. The light within is the light of agitated fireflies. Sometimes they swarm and make a big light, sometimes they attack and make a burning light, sometimes they feed together in a basking light, but mostly it’s just the light of separate agitated creatures. There’s never enough light to illuminate all the dark shadows. It’s enough to illuminate only the immediate vicinity and one’s closest neighbors. Feminists talk about “spinning” when basking in another feminist’s light, but they never seem to bask together for long.

    Therefore, it may be more helpful to describe feminism as unbridled Want. That is, the want of something to silence the nagging echoes of desire in the endless empty caverns of self-interest. Always wanting but never finding. A want that is perfectly met in Christ.

    Defining feminism seems like an attempt to codify the movements of a swarm. Not sure a precise definition will ever be possible. That fish and bicycle saying was inspired. Could go mad trying to do better. Perhaps many are.

  9. @Jacob:

    Because so much of the Church has fallen to its “logic” (it doesn’t actually have any), it’s hard to lock down the subject. However, it’s really not hard when you reject the world’s assumptions and actually listen to God.

    “Feminism” is simply Pride, Vanity, Greed and Envy put together with an attempt to paint it as something other than a pure rejection of God. What we see discussed is simply the self-rationalization function Men & Women have focused to making pure evil look good. They play to it being high-minded when it is the most gut-level, down-in-the-dirt version of Women rejecting the Lord.

    One can put it in the discussion of “framing” of arguments, but the real issue, for Christians, is that we’ve accepted the Enlightenment metaphysics of reality. This subjects God to an outer authority called “Reason”, which is an utter inversion of the way reality actually is. All Enlightenment thought ends up in the same place: Up is Down, Left is Right and Evil is Good.

    Isaiah 5:20-23 ESV

    Woe to those who call evil good
    and good evil,
    who put darkness for light
    and light for darkness,
    who put bitter for sweet
    and sweet for bitter!
    Woe to those who are wise in their own eyes,
    and shrewd in their own sight!
    Woe to those who are heroes at drinking wine,
    and valiant men in mixing strong drink,
    who acquit the guilty for a bribe,
    and deprive the innocent of his right!

    Notice the Inversion being related to the Corruption? They go hand in hand. You invert a concept so you can corrupt things that are Good. This is done for a completely base desire with Feminism, which is why arguing about it only helps further it.

  10. Novaseeker says:

    I’m not sure it’s possible to pin down feminism by one definition. Rebellion is opportunistic by nature.

    Yes.

    In my view, feminism is simply working to make sure that women get whatever they want, when and how they want it — whether those wants contradict or not, and whatever the consequences on anyone else may be. That is really the unifying principle. When you understand that, then you understand why it embraces so many contradictory positions without women feeling that it is contradictory — because the unifying theme is that some woman is getting what she wants, when and how she wants it, whatever the consequences.

  11. Michael says:

    Many good definitions so far, but how’s about this one to get at the heart of it:

    Feminism is a religion centered around a sexless ideal. It worships an unnatural state of being, somewhere between Male and Female. It tries to get both men and women into that state of being, which ruins masculinity in men and feminity in women. The feminist’s reward for reaching that state of being is that you become your own god, only answerable to yourself.

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