Why is the Australian media again openly portraying men as the violent gender when women are clearly the violent ones?
I mean seriously the victimised women in the advertisements are that hot they could get nearly any man they wanted .... so how on earth could such women get involved with men that would eventually behave like that to them
- .Jerry.Lv 72 months agoFavourite answer
"Why is the Australian media again openly portraying men as the violent gender when women are clearly the violent ones?"
The feminists of today, in the Western first world, cannot bear to lose their coveted victim status. That is their golden goose of gaining privileges over men in Western society. If we were to truthfully discuss our legal and social equality today regarding the sexes, then the victim narrative for women would disappear, and feminism would lose all purpose in our post-Equal Rights first world.
The truth today is that it is only men that suffer legal discrimination, otherwise known as systemic or state authorized discrimination. This is the type that denied women the vote, or sent Blacks to the back of the bus. It was legal discrimination that applied to ALL WOMEN and ALL BLACKS that exempted everyone else. THIS type of discrimination is the only type that could be associated with any "oppression". Women do not suffer this any longer, but men do. It occurs with such things as the Selective Service obligation, as well as affirmative action and taxpayer funded "women's only" programs. Just a few examples of many. All of these things deny men their Right to be free of discrimination at the hands of the state, just because they are men.
So feminists quickly change the discussion to the realm of social discrimination ... the kind that occurs without any state authority at all. It occurs by some individuals towards other individuals, none of which have any authority over any person at all. The funny thing is that EVERYONE is subject to this kind of discrimination or bad treatment. And it probably occurs more often to those that are of a lower class, or lower attractiveness, or lower mental ability than it does against men or women. But the biggest takeaway is that any person who might be acting poorly towards another can just be ignored, because nothing the say or do has any authority over anyone. And if any person becomes abusive or violent, then the police become involved. At the social level, any discrimination may be unpleasant, but it in no way compares to the legal discrimination that only men face today in the West.
- hiLv 52 months ago
Well, I don't know much about Australia.. if you don't mind, could you please share with us Australia's rates of abortion, infanticide and domestic violence?
- 2 months ago
Sexism against men