The inflated definition of misogyny

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Author: Zerbu

Feminists
are
very
quick
to
scream
when
they
see
or
hear
something
they
consider
to
be
discrimination
against
women.
According
to
feminists,
misogyny
is
still
rampant
in
society,
and
women
are
treated
badly
and
unfairly.
Really,
though,
what
do
they
consider
to
be
sexist?

The
issues
most
feminists
today
complain
about,
are
normal
issues
that
happen
to
many
people
and
are
not
gender
based.
Mainstream
misogyny
is
very
rare
in
today’s
society,
and
if
it
ever
occurs,
people
will
know
about
it,
report
it
immediately
and
it
will
be
gotten
rid
of
as
soon
as
possible.

So,
what
are
some
examples
of
what
feminists
consider
misogyny?

  • If
    a
    man
    is
    chosen
    over
    a
    woman
    for
    a
    job,
    it’s
    considered
    misogyny;
  • If
    a
    woman
    or
    girl
    doesn’t
    get
    taken
    seriously,
    it’s
    considered
    misogyny;
  • If
    a
    woman
    or
    girl
    is
    not
    given
    complete
    control
    over
    her
    choices
    in
    life,
    it’s
    considered
    misogyny;
  • If
    violence
    is
    inflicted
    against
    a
    woman
    or
    girl,
    it’s
    considered
    misogyny;
  • If
    a
    female
    boss
    is
    not respected properly,
    it’s
    considered
    misogyny;
  • If
    a
    woman
    or
    girl
    is
    falling
    behind
    in
    a
    class,
    it’s
    considered
    misogyny
    on
    the
    part
    of
    the
    education
    system;
  • If
    a
    woman
    or
    girl
    is
    not
    given
    proper
    health
    care,
    it’s
    considered
    misogyny;
  • If
    a
    woman
    or
    girl
    is
    poor
    or
    suffering
    financial
    stress,
    it’s
    considered
    misogyny;
  • If
    a
    woman
    or
    girl
    gets
    in
    trouble
    for
    a
    reason
    she
    disagrees
    with,
    it’s
    considered
    misogyny;
  • If
    a
    woman
    or
    girl
    in
    general
    is
    suffering,
    it’s
    considered
    misogyny.

Now,
despite
what
feminists
claim,
these
issues
are
not
misogyny,
because
they
are
not
gender
issues.
These
issues
happen
to
everyone,
not
just
women
and
girls.
Men
and
boys
suffer
from
them
as
much,
a
lot
of
the
time
even
more
so.
It
has
nothing
to
do
with
gender
discrimination.


  • People
     get
    chosen
    for
    jobs
    over
    other

    people;

  • People

    don’t
    always
    get
    taken
    as
    seriously
    as
    they
    should;

  • People

    aren’t
    always
    given
    complete
    control
    over
    their
    choices
    in
    life,
    and
    may
    be
    restricted
    for
    financial,
    health
    and/or
    other
    reasons;

  • People

    suffer
    violence;
  • Bosses
    and
    people
    in
    power
    are
    not
    always
    respected
    the
    way
    they
    should
    be,
    regardless
    of
    gender;

  • People
     often
    fall
    behind
    in
    classes;

  • People

    are
    not
    always
    given
    the
    proper
    health
    care
    they
    need
    or
    deserve;

  • People

    suffer
    financial
    problems;

  • People

    get
    in
    trouble
    for improper reasons,
    or
    at
    least
    what
    they
    consider
    improper;

  • People

    in
    general
    suffer.

…but
if
one
of
those

people
 are
female,
feminists
immediately
blame
it
on
discrimination.
Most
of
the
problems
feminists
call
misogyny
are
simple
human
issues
that
effect
both
genders.
As
has
been
demonstrated,
feminists
are
not
after
equality.
What
they
really
want,
by
making
these
claims,
is
to
change
it
so
that
only
men
ever
suffer
from
these
normal
issues.

An
example
of
this
is
how
feminists continuously try
to
classify
domestic
violence
(and
in
some
cases,
even
violence
in
general)
as
a
form
of
gender
discrimination.
Men
can
be
victims
of
domestic
violence
too,
so
domestic
violence
is
a
violence
issue,
not
a
gender
issue.

To
demonstrate
further
the
way
situations
are
so
easily
labelled
misogyny,
here
is
a
detailed
example
of
a
fictional
situation:


A
student
at
a
school
has
just
been
accused
of
misbehaving.
This
student
believes
they
have
done
nothing
wrong,
and
is
annoyed
by
the
false
accusation
and
is
determined
to
have
something
done
about
it.
The
student
complains
to
one
of
the
teachers,
but
doesn’t
use
proper
manners
and
instead
uses
shouting
and
foul
language.
The
teacher
disciplines
the
student
for
it,
and
the
student
has
to
do
extra
work
after
class.

The
short
story
above
does
not
mention
the
gender
of
the
teacher
and
student.
So
let’s
say,
both
the
student
and
the
teacher
are
male.
It
would
be
considered
a
normal
dispute.
Change
the
gender
of
both
of
them
to
female,
and
it’s
still
a
normal
dispute.
However,
make
one
of
them
male
and
the
other
female,
and
bang…
it’s
gender
discrimination!
The
male
in
the
situation
is
a
chauvinist,
and
the
female
is
being
discriminated
against,
despite
the
argument
having
nothing
to
do
with
gender.
It
could
also
be
noted
that
in
situations
like
these,
the
male
is
the
one
who
gets
blamed
the
majority
of
the
time,
and
the
female
is
always
considered
the
victim.

That,
folks,
is
the
inflated
definition
of
misogyny.
For
something
that
is
done
by
a
man
(or
boy)
to
be
considered
discrimination
against
women
(or
girls),
the
woman
or
girl
just
has
to
disagree
with
it.
Whether
or
not
the
problem
actually
has
anything
to
do
with
gender
makes
no
difference
in
what
feminists
decide
to
call
it.

Original Story on AVFM
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