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What Eventually Me Too Was and Is

In late 2017 several women shared on social media descriptions of sexual assaults they had undergone. Others wrote just a chilling pair of words that were to become a hashtag: me too. Many others joined and wrote the words, and tens of thousands expressed solidarity. For the first three weeks, there was a general uncertainty… Continue reading What Eventually Me Too Was and Is

What is equality?

Equality, is equal human value.  Women and men have equal human value. None of them is secondary to the other. However, the 19th century has created a rapture in the human condition. Some see it as a leap forward, today it's more common to regard that human earthquake as destructive, the truth is probably somewhere… Continue reading What is equality?

An open letter to an incredible woman

In 2020 a book called I Hate Men came out in France and became a bestseller overnight. That same year a book calling for hatred of men and their complete exclusion was published, also becoming a bestseller, similarly to a book by a PhD from 2020 appearing in the UK called The Better Half where… Continue reading An open letter to an incredible woman

Why fathers can’t be mothers and mothers can’t be fathers

Most women experience children as self-fulfillment, while most men receive parallel mental fulfillment from their place on the social matrix (known as status), which in today's society is realized as a position in the work world. There are exceptions, but the rule and the exception do not disqualify each other, and now that we acknowledged… Continue reading Why fathers can’t be mothers and mothers can’t be fathers

Culturally-induced chemical castration – the unspoken cause of the low-testosterone epidemic?

The feminist society we live in imposes a sweeping ban on men, prohibiting them from relating to women sexually. This includes a ban on looking at women and on their bodies, including in pictures, a prohibition on having private sexual thoughts about women, and extensive bans on implicit interaction with women including flirting and even… Continue reading Culturally-induced chemical castration – the unspoken cause of the low-testosterone epidemic?

A thought experiment for a feminist

Most girls and women who identify as feminists believe in good faith that feminist perceptions are meant to improve the relations between the sexes, for women or even for men. They are unaware that the principles disseminated to them are in fact formulated to bring about the cessation of sexuality. As a result of this… Continue reading A thought experiment for a feminist

Why I Am Not a Feminist

When equality was reached between the 1970s and the 1990s in the West, it did not generate equal numbers of men and women in each and every domain. The failure to reach identical numbers through equal opportunity and equal cultivation, was a result of men and women having different aspirations in various aspects of life,… Continue reading Why I Am Not a Feminist

Some Feminist Readers May Want to Sit Before Continuing

Is the attack against sexual communication and the language of sexuality justified? Is the position of women in sexual relations with men so abusive, desperate, and violent that the step taken by feminism - disqualifying almost the entire language - should be endorsed even if the price is a cessation of human sexuality between the… Continue reading Some Feminist Readers May Want to Sit Before Continuing

The Cancellation of International Women’s Day and What it Means

International days are announced with the noble goal of stimulating the public to pay attention to a subject which affects society, yet is mostly ignored throughout the year. Issues that receive this kind of support, as with the World Autism Awareness Day, have relatively consistent characteristics: the media almost never covers them, the public shows… Continue reading The Cancellation of International Women’s Day and What it Means

Censoring Science to Redefine Sexes

In 2016 a panel of brain researchers convened at a scientific conference carrying the title, "The Promise and Peril of Research on Sex Differences". In a discussion held on stage by five researchers, three highlighted only similarities between the sexes, until two female scientists from the audience intervened to explain that avoidance of differences is… Continue reading Censoring Science to Redefine Sexes