Intersectionality: the study of how various forms of human rights violations and oppressions overlap and reinforce each other. Here we see a case illustrating the ‘intersectionality’ of quite a few oppressive institutions: proxy violence, relational aggression, refusal to accept responsibility for one’s actions, the ethos of male disposability, plus “a woman’s prerogative to change her mind.”
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Keith examines the proxy violence done by silent acceptance or marginalization of victims. All of society colludes when no one speaks.
The proxy violence of gender ideologues is thrown under a bright light tonight on AVfM Radio with John the Other and Girl Writes What.
In a world where the reductionist view of violence rules the day, reasoned examination of the phenomena is scarce, and often politically dangerous. John the Other beats the stuffing out of the violence myth.
Violence is like a tree with a highly complicated root system. John the Other examines a significant part of the violence infrastructure, that of violence by proxy.
Feminism is a violent hate movement. We see this proven more and more as the message of mens’s rights starts to make it into the public discourse. A hard rains gonna fall. Let’s make sure it falls on the right people.
Girl Writes What, John the Other and Typhon Blue will put the gloves on ( surgical gloves ) and take a look at the finer details of the use of force’s in enforcing violent social norms, authoritarian coercion and preservation of status quo.
Blueface makes a case for not buying into the increasingly convoluted, and increasingly meaningless rhetoric of gender ideologues. Particularly when that rhetoric’s purpose is to draw focus away from real issues faced by men, such as suicide, homelessness, et-cetera.
Fidelbogen contemplates the likely outcome of an increasingly tilted social, legal and economic playing field, and suggests avoidance of that result