Part 2: “The Smug, Spoiled, Arrogant Daughter of Feminism”
To expose the hypocrisy of the #MeTwoFaced movement, part one of this article discussed the sexual misbehavior of women. This misbehavior included the little-recognized, often socially accepted, predatory sexual behavior of teachers, mothers, groupies, and gold-diggers who prey on both men and boys. It included discussion of appalling female misconduct in the form of false rape and abuse accusations, paternity fraud (including the theft of men’s sperm), and the willing, even eager, female participation in both pornography and prostitution.
Part one also discussed the female contribution to male sexual misbehavior.
But this discussion about #MeTwoFaced wouldn’t be complete without the addition of one final observation: #MeTwoFaced itself, and by extension, feminism, are also forms of predatory female behavior:
#MeTwoFaced is the smug, spoiled, arrogant daughter of feminism.
Under the guise of “protecting women”, #MeTwoFaced serves as another way for women to continue a long history of false rape and abuse allegations and to spread feminist misandry—the hatred of men.
Three examples make this clear:
The Gender Bigotry of Emily Lindin
Emily Lindin, a self-righteous gender-bigoted columnist for Teen Vogue posted the following #MeTwoFaced- motivated atrocity to her Twitter account in 2017:
“Here’s an unpopular opinion: I’m actually not at all concerned about innocent men losing their jobs over false sexual assault/harassment allegations, Sorry. If some innocent men’s reputations have to take a hit in the process of undoing the patriarchy, that is a price I am absolutely willing to pay”.
Lindin is no better than the white women described in part one who were culpable for the lynchings of African American men by falsely accusing them of rape. (See article Strange Fruit from part one that shows “the history of lynching in the United States is inextricably interwoven with the history of women lying about sexual assault”.)
While we no longer literally lynch men, #MeTwoFaced lynches them figuratively: it allows men to be falsely accused, sometimes anonymously, often without a shred of evidence (see story of Mike Tunison below), ignoring due process, and turning “innocent until proven guilty” into “guilty-because-he’s-a-man”.
Coincidentally, at least one man, CNN’s Jake Tapper, had enough courage to take this gender bigot to task by making the same connection to false accusations: “’I’m guessing you didn’t get a good grade for your 7th grade book report on To Kill A Mockingbird”, referring a 1960 book where a black man is falsely accused of raping a white woman.
Did Teen Vogue fire or even discipline Lindin for her horrendous assault on one of the foundations of our legal system, “innocent until proven guilty”? A quick Google search didn’t reveal that she suffered any consequences for her bigotry. Why hasn’t Teen Vogue fired Lindin, a person who is provably guilty of bias and gender bigotry, railing irrationally against innocent men and spreading feminist hatred of men and boys to yet another generation of girls?
Mike Tunison and the Shitty Media Men List
A horrifying example of #MeTwoFaced’s often false accusations is that of Mike Tunison and Shitty Media Men, an online list created in 2017 by another smug, man-hating gender bigot, Moira Donegan. (Is it just me or should that face appear next to the definition of “smug” in the dictionary?) The list collected anonymous, unvetted allegations of sexual misconduct and assault against approximately 70 men who worked in media.
Someone anonymously added Mr. Tunison to the Shitty Media Men list, accusing him of “harassment,” “stalking” and “physical intimidation”. Prior to this, Mr. Tunison was a successful freelance writer who had worked for the Washington Post, had a book published by HarperCollins, and was the editor of a successful website. After his inclusion in the list, his writing work dried up and many friends deserted him. He became suicidal, as he described in an online post, Hi, I’m on the Shitty Media Men list, but maybe you already knew that:
“Weeks after it surfaced, I felt desperate enough to tweet — without mentioning the cause — that I was having suicidal thoughts and couldn’t afford counseling. A number of friends and associates offered commiseration and emotional support. Yet it wasn’t long before loneliness, hopelessness and fear of forever losing the career I’d poured a decade into again overwhelmed me. It was easy to think everyone who has seen the list assumes I’m contemptible and deserve what happened to me. The only remedy I could think of — writing a piece like this one, explaining my side — struck me as certain to invite more outrage and judgment. A year later, I felt hopeless enough to call a suicide hotline.”
How in the world can a movement that claims it works for “social justice” (Ha!) allow anonymous, publicly shared, false accusations ruin innocent men like Mike Tunison?
The Washington Post’s “Why Can’t We Hate Men?” Article
Finally, in June of 2018 one of the nation’s leading newspapers, The Washington Post, published another #MeTwoFaced- motivated atrocity, an Opinion piece titled Why Can’t We Hate Men?, by a smug women’s studies gender bigot (no surprise there!), Suzanna Danuta Walters, who openly and shamelessly broadcasts a Nazi-like hatred for men in a nationally-read newspaper.
Just substitute “Jew” for every instance of “man” or “men”.
How does a premier newspaper like the Post, whose slogan is “Democracy Dies in Darkness”, print an article that mocks its own slogan and that can only be characterized, by its very title, as “hate speech”?
The short answer is:
The long answer is:
Or the complete answer is because the Post—and essentially every other media organization throughout the world—which are supposed to serve free societies as a bulwark against oppression and tyranny, have been co-opted by a dishonest, decades-long campaign of feminist political, legal, and cultural indoctrination—with a clear bias against men.
#MeTwoFaced is the smug, spoiled, arrogant daughter of feminism because the child has been pampered by decades of tempting toys and candy and cake and ice cream in the form of feminist lies about “The Patriarchy”, “women’s oppression”, “domestic violence”, the “pay gap”, etc., ad nauseam, with absolutely no consideration of how men also suffer from their gender role.
Just ask the “patriarchal, male oppressors” of the Titanic who forced those poor innocent, oppressed women into those tiny little lifeboats to drift in the icy cold north Atlantic. Oh, that’s right, we can’t. These oppressors died in that same icy cold ocean saving women and children.
Feminists, working behind a facade of “equal rights”, with the stupid complicity of the Post and the rest of the world’s media, governments, businesses, legal systems, law enforcement, and education—in particular through “women’s studies” programs at the world’s colleges and universities—have been lying to the world for over 50 years.
Women’s Studies Programs
Feminists have lied via women’s studies programs which operate less as legitimate academic disciplines than as feminist indoctrination centers.
“A parent should think very carefully before sending a daughter to one of the more gender-feminized colleges. Any school has the freedom to transform itself into a feminist bastion, but because the effect on the students is so powerful it ought to be honest about its attitude. I would like to see Wellesley College, Mount Holyoke, Smith, Mills, and the University of Minnesota—among the more extreme examples—print the following announcement on the first page of their bulletins:
“We will help your daughter discover the extent to which she has been in complicity with the patriarchy. We will encourage her to reconstruct herself through dialogue with us. She may become enraged and chronically offended. She will very likely reject the religious and moral codes you raised her with. She may well distance herself from family and friends. She may change her appearance, and even her sexual orientation. She may end up hating you (her father) and pitying you (her mother). After she has completed her reeducation with us, you will certainly be out tens of thousands of dollars and very possibly be out one daughter as well.”
Those who fully understand the subversive nature of women’s studies programs aren’t surprised that Suzanna Danuta Walters, author of the Washington Post’s repulsive “Why Can’t We Hate Men?” article is a director of a women’s studies program (at Northeastern University). She amply serves as the personification of the hate that these feminist indoctrination centers generate in colleges and universities throughout the world.
Lies About Domestic Violence
Lies About the Wage Gap
Feminists have lied about the alleged wage gap. Even the U.S. federal government says so! In 2009 the government produced a report, An Analysis of the Reasons for the Disparity in Wages Between Men and Women – Final Report  which said “… the raw wage gap [between men and women] continues to be used in misleading ways [emphasis added] to advance public policy agendas without fully explaining the reasons behind the gap.” Isn’t “used in misleading ways” just a polite way of saying “they’re lying”?
Lies About “The Patriarchy”
Feminists have lied about an imagined male conspiracy, “The Patriarchy”, eerily similar to the “Jewish conspiracy” of Nazi Germany, where men “through male social, political and economic institutions, consciously and deliberately conspire against women via a system of economic discrimination” that (according to Gloria Steinem) “uses violence or the subliminal threat of violence” to enforce its will over women.
In the same way that the Nazi’s use of “Jewish conspiracy” aided in perpetuating hate and violence against Europe’s Jews, the use of the term “The Patriarchy” aids in perpetuating hate and violence against men. Why else would gender bigots Emily Lindin and Suzanna Danuta Walters both use the term in their prejudiced #MeTwoFaced-inspired screeds? Or why else did the creator of the Shitty Media Men list, Moira Donegan, make five references to the term in an online article written by her?
It’s because all three are in the throes of a Patriarchal Pandemic.
As for inciting actual violence against men, why else would Mona Eltahawy, an Egyptian-American feminist who has had nearly two dozen opinion pieces printed in the oh-so-feminist-friendly Washington Post, argue for the use of “justifiable violence” against men to “dismantle the patriarchy” in a hateful 2019 radio interview:
“I want patriarchy to fear feminism. I want patriarchy to fear women.”
If you don’t see anything wrong—or just plain evil—about Eltahawy’s utterances, just switch the genders:
“Let’s use justifiable violence against women to dismantle feminism. I want FEMINISM to fear the men’s movement. I want FEMINISTS to fear men.”
After all, isn’t what’s good for the goose also good for the gander?
It’s bad enough that feminists have been so successful in spreading their hateful lie about this imagined Patriarchy to the naiveté of so many malleable minds.
What’s sadder still is that the purported evil “Patriarchy” is actually the opposite of what a “patriarchal culture” implements. Anyone who cavalierly references “Patriarchy” should read the chapter “The Evolution of Patriarchy” in a book by Herbert Purdy titled Their Angry Creed: The shocking history of feminism, and how it is destroying our way of life:
Patriarchy is the way things developed through history. In simple terms, men are pre-disposed physiologically to protect, through their greater musculature, their generally superior strength, and their generally greater height, and this automatically confers a leadership role. … It really is just as simple as that, and it has nothing to do with control, or a desire to control. Quite the reverse: men will sacrifice their health, their safety, their enjoyment of family life and their children, yes, even their lives in the pursuit of their inherent, inherited role [emphasis added]. It is all easily explained in terms of psycho-physiological differences between men and women that set limits on the roles and behaviours [English spelling] of each. It is important to clarify the difference between dominance and domination, terms that are used ambiguously these days, mainly by feminist propagandists to justify what they call patriarchy, and to denigrate men and maleness.
 Even if you don’t read the article, you really need to click the link for a horrible, unflinching image with a startling juxtaposition. Also note the article’s preamble: “History’s interjection to the notion that #MeToo accusers are incapable of lying or being motivated by malice or financial gain.” A small glimmer of hope.
 To those who might complain that I shouldn’t make fun of this poor, brave, innocent woman, my reply is: “She deserves it.”
 The link to the actual “wages disparity” report, after working for months, began to work only sporadically. The link provided above is to an article about the report; the direct link to the report is here. It could be your lucky day.