There is an understandable alliance between the feminist community and the LGBT community. Gays wanted the definition of a man and a woman to include their sexuality; feminists wanted the same definition to have no cultural boundaries. Both groups found themselves aspiring to shift the lines separating between the sexes and redefining them in society.… Continue reading Is Feminism for Women Too?
The current perception among feminists is that all the characteristics of human sexuality such as the desire of men to initiate with women or the desire of women to beautify, are nothing more than cultural construction in which men built “molds” of two sexes and a sexuality between them, only for the purpose of subordinating… Continue reading What Does the Rewriting of Women’s and Men’s Sexuality Cause
Mis-anthropy, Mis-andry, and Miso-gyny are three terms that respectively mean hatred toward all humans, toward all men, and toward all women. Although composed of Greek words, making them seem very academic, these are not professional terms of any field. Rather, they are expressions from popular culture. In fact, the very first use of the word… Continue reading Is Misogyny a Myth?
In my country, in the last five years, 56.6% of literary prize winners were women, specifically 150 women compared to 115 men. If we look at the percentages of women by year we see an advantage in all five years, until in 2019 it reaches 63%. In the most prestigious award in the country, 80%… Continue reading Why does the data show that calls for equality create severe discrimination?
Sexism is attributed in radical feminism only to men. This unfounded notion may exist on the margins of society – but this extremist perception became the position of the most important establishments. So I wanted to share my own impressions. Of course women do what feminist society should have seen as female sexism, in similar… Continue reading How I got to know about women’s sexism