Many TV commercials depict females as clever and all-knowing while they depict males as bumbling fools, but never the other way around. Some examples:
- In a commercial for Wallet Wizard loans, a dim-witted dork of a male, with mouth agape, whines "Honey I accidentally laminated the cat". The attractive wife, with a long-suffering look says, "another vet bill - where will we get the money?". No self-respecting male should ever do business with this company.
- In an AAMI commercial, the cat belonging to a smart,sassy female runs up a tree and a fool of a male tries to rescue it, only to find himself trapped up the tree. All males should boycott AAMI. Australian insurance companies are some of the worst offenders when it comes to depicting smart, beautiful women and stupid, bumbling males.
|The male dim-wit from the detestable Wallet Wizard commercial.|
University texts have become feminised and anti-male. Following university indoctrination, the more activist teachers are disseminating the anti-male propaganda, telling their classes for example, that the reasons for wars is the innately violent nature of men (see below, "A word from a feminist").
American sitcoms are replete with images of oafish, bumbling males who constantly need assistance from smart, smug females.
American crime shows such as Law & Order - Special Victims Unit depict men as evil rapists and murderers. Stabler, the former male star of SVU took great delight in slamming each male suspect up against the wall and hissing "you low-life scumbag" in his face. On the rare occasion the detectives apprehend a woman suspect they treat her very gently because there must have been a good reason she murdered her child.
All of the negative images of males is having a devastating effect on the morale of young boys. "They are soaking up these negative images", says Don Bowak, NSW president of the Men's Health and Well-Being Association. "There's huge anger and they don't even know where it is coming from".
A 2016 OECD report reveals that across the industrialised world, boys were twice as likely as girls to be functionally illiterate.
Feminism started out as movement designed to redress the imbalance in opportunities and conditions for women, but was hijacked by radical socialists employing Marxist techniques of class warfare to create division between men and women where none had existed. The man-hating, spiky-haired warriors of Lesbos gleefully jumped on the bandwagon.
A word from a feminist
Winner of the 2007 Nobel Prize for literature and feminist moderate, Doris Lessing became increasingly shocked at the "automatic rubbishing of men, which is now so part of our culture that it is hardly even noticed".
"Feminism has achieved much for women, but why did this have to be at the cost of men" she asked.
"We have many wonderful, clever, powerful women everywhere, but what is happening to men?"
"I was in a class of nine and 10-year-olds, girls and boys, and this young woman was telling these kids that the reason for wars was the innately violent nature of men", she said.
"You could see the little girls, fat with complacency and conceit while the little boys sat there crumpled, apologising for their existence, thinking this was going to be the pattern of their lives".
"This kind of thing is happening in schools all over the place and no one says a thing."
"It is time we began to ask who are these women who continually rubbish men?..... Men seem to be so cowed that they can't fight back, and it is time they did", Lessing said.
Famous American author, Dr. Laura Schlessinger, devotes a chapter of her new book Woman Power: Transform Your Man, Your Marriage, Your Life to male-bashing and anti-male campaigns. She notes: "The brainwashing of women to feel hostile toward men begins in subtle and no-so-subtle ways, from the time they are little girls."
Bombarded with negative images and statistics about male prison rates and rape rates, boys are growing up feeling alienated, frustrated and even suicidal.
Before they succumb to the morale-sapping feminist propaganda, they should consider the following:
All of the great inventions and discoveries in history including mathematics, the printing press, electricity and the steam engine were made by men.
All of the important inventions of the 20th Century that transformed the western world into the comfortable, orderly, civilised and affluent society that it is today, were made by men. Think how life would be without electricity, running water, sewage systems, refrigeration, the automobile, the aeroplane, the jet engine and the transistor (forerunner to the amazing array of 21st century electronic entertainment and labour-saving products) - all male inventions.
More than 95 per cent of the houses we live in were built by men who do the back-breaking work of pouring concrete and laying bricks. Men sweat in foundries, pit muscle and sinew against rock in mines and risk death on 40-storey building sites so that their wives and children can live in comfort. Men comprise 95 per cent of all workplace fatalities and the vast majority of work-related injuries. World War II was fought and won by men to preserve democracy, freedom and the way of life for their families and for the civilized nations. 99 per cent of all combat deaths during the war were male. And in return for all the male sacrifices, feminist groups whine and agitate about rape in wars.
The legal system that protects women's safety and women's rights was invented by men.
Men have won 95 per cent of all Nobel Prizes ever awarded. Before the feminist warriors get on their high horses and claim that women did not have the opportunities to win prizes, they should bear in mind that the third Nobel prize for physics ever awarded (1903) was won by Marie Curie. In the 100 years since, only one other woman has one the prize for physics.
Boys should ask their tormentors, why is it that women have created only a tiny fraction of the world's great music, great literature and great works of art?
And in what are considered female domains, why is it that men make the best chefs, the best dress designers and the best hairdressers?