Crazy Feminist Blog: What Would a Woman’s Society Look Like?

Sam Harris once said Islam was the motherlode of bad ideas, but I  have just found the craziest radical feminist blog ever. The blog post we’ll be looking at is titled, UTOPIA: what would a women’s society look like?

If you’re a feminist reading this blog, you’re probably going to think that this is just some loon in the wilderness, but I submit to you that if you’re following an ideology that literally teaches that all men are oppressors (the dreaded Patriarchy) and all women are oppressed, then it should come as no surprise to you when some people think it makes sense to treat men this way.

Treat men what way, GC?

Like this:

Before we do anything, the very first measure to adopt is to take all men out of all positions of decision-making immediately, and actually out of any kind of social, professional position whatsoever.

Sounds like political, social, and economic equality to me.

All of men’s (alive and euthanised) belongings, property, resources and land will be confiscated from men and handed back to female care and supervision – property rights over land will be abolished. You can’t own land!

All men at least above 15 (or younger if very asocial) should live separately from women and children, on their own in small huts or studios, isolated from one another and scattered around so that women can keep an eye on them (they should never be in groups or packs, that would be illegal). So it would also be illegal for male adults to impose their presence on females, girls and children. Men would have to care for themselves on their own: food, laundry, etc. No male above his age of puberty would be allowed to receive any kind of service from a female. Their life expectancy would probably drop to the age of 40, but that’s how things should be. Women’s life expectancy without men would rise to 130 years at least.

Why not just put them in camps?

WAR & CONFLICT BOOK ERA:  WORLD WAR II/WAR IN THE WEST/THE HOLOCAUST

Oh yeah, we wouldn’t want to go too far.

PIV would be illegal too of course, as well as the initiation of any verbal or physical contact to women and girls or boy children, unless solicited by a woman for specific matters. I’m not sure what to do about boy children.

So unless you need them to reproduce, they’re free to die off as quickly as possible. Those boy children are troublesome. They’re not quite men so we can’t really imprison, torture and enslave them yet.

All in good time.

No man will be allowed to take any decision without female guidance. We know what happens when men decide on their own! DISASTER.

Men can’t be trusted to do anything. They shouldn’t be allowed any freedom whatsoever, and they won’t be allowed any agency of their own.

But what about fathers? Will they at least be able to help raise their children? Can we let them out of the concentration camps…errr…enforced living spaces, long enough for even a weekly visit with their kids?

Fathers’ rights will cease to exist. There is no such thing as fatherhood — as we all know, it’s a myth.

Guess not. We all know men are evil, sub-human animals who don’t care for their children.

What other parting words of wisdom do you have for us?

And seriously, killing animals you’ve raised yourself in a farm or keeping animals enclosed is cruel. I’m for the liberation of all farm and domestic animals. It’s up to them to decide whether they want to live with us or not, and they should be able to come and go freely.

How nice. So you can just allow men to die off at around age 40 and enslave them…but don’t hurt the animals!

Fuck off GC.

We all know men are below animals. They’re about as human as the chair your sitting on but a mite less useful.

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37 Comments

  1. I suggest that they encourage research into cloning. Once man are not required for breeding then they can encourage the extermination of men.

    I must admit I have trouble taking such sites seriously. I had a brief look at the site seems an echo chamber, I suggest we leave them to their delusion. Some folk are so deluded that to engage with them gives them more credibility than they warrant.

    • This is the problem with ideologies that are based on a lie. It’s much like religion. Islam teaches, for example, that homosexuals should be stoned. Most Muslims don’t stone homosexuals and would defend their lives, but we shouldn’t be surprised when some of the faithful take their ideology at face value and act accordingly.

      If you believe that you live under an oppressor (in this case all men) then it should come as no surprise when some people decide to fight against men as if they are the enemy.

      It is no surprise to me when Christians who take their religion very seriously (we call them fundamentalists) say being a homosexual is an abomination, because that’s what their text says – and what they believe is based on numerous false claims about the nature of reality.

      Ideas and beliefs have consequences, which is why I oppose most ideologies, especially ones built on lies.

      Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Darth!

  2. good lord. Doesnt this sound a bit like Islam and role reversal? Or, come to think of it, old fashioned Judaism, or even early Christianity when women were expected to shut up and put up.
    It also sounds like some angry, skewed females out there.

    These people (and more than just these people) seem to forget that no matter what anyone says, this is still a matriarchy, at least in the rearing of kids; men and women both may take instruction from daddy, but they get most of their information about behavior from mom. Including the boys being given preferential treatment (‘he’s my little man”) and raised the way mother remembers her brothers were raised. Most of the early grades are taught by women, as well, and often you see teachers allowing ‘boys will be boys” behavior that would not be permitted by the girls.

    So women tend to shape the emotional growth of boys and girls, and pass along their own permissions about emotion, behavior, and attitude.

    In that regard, what are these women complaining about? Women got us into this mess (or at least they are perceiving it as a mess), and yet they blame men for the fallout.

    • “Doesnt this sound a bit like Islam and role reversal? Or, come to think of it, old fashioned Judaism, or even early Christianity when women were expected to shut up and put up.”

      Exactly. It’s like what I said to Darth above.

      It should come as no surprise when a false claim such as all men are oppressors and all women are oppressed creates radical thoughts and actions.

      I think the thing that surprises me is that so many atheists have fallen for this claptrap. For many of them, the entire reason they are atheists is because they were able to see the inconsistencies, contradictions and false claim of religion for what they were. They were the people who could see through the ideologies and realized they were built on falsities.

      Yet in some cases they embrace these sorts of dogmatic ideologies as if they’re gospel.

    • Those are really good points, Judy. When feminism views society and patriarchy from such a black/white standpoint, it completely misses the nuance of reality. And it actually disempowers women from that standpoint, by not taking into account all the power, influence, and hard work that women currently contribute to society. As well as the ills, because let’s be honest, women aren’t perfect either.

  3. GC, I have found the same sort of Elitism with a few lesbians in the LGBTQ community. I find in any “good cause” for equality a needed emotional ceiling, i.e. energized inspiring fervor is a needed component in most all Movements, however, if allowed to go TOO far it can and often does backfire. It will take one form of energized emotional hate and replace it with a repackaged form ultimately shooting the Movement in the foot.

    Typically, intense anger illicits an equal and opposite anger/force, as Isaac Newton might say. What I find missing in many right causes is the necessary stoic poise filled with empathy. Mohandas Mahatma Gandhi is argueably one of history’s most iconic examples — and that he happens to be male makes very little difference at all.

  4. LOL

    A number of years ago I watched a Norwegian version of survivor in which the men and women were segregated by gender, dropped onto their own separate islands and left to fend for themselves with limited provisions .

    The outcome was like night and day. In short order, the men had created a task list, assigned responsibilities, collected fresh water, gathered fuel, crafted tools, constructed a shelter and built furniture. The women, on the other hand, sat around complaining about their godawful accommodations whilst sunning themselves on the beach.

    After a few days it became self-evident the women would run out of food and succumb to starvation. So the producers shuffled a few men and women between islands to level out the “inequalities” in living conditions. Seeing the looks on the immigrants faces was priceless. The men were astounded by the squalor on women’s island, while the women were awestruck by the opulence on man’s island and complained that the men had been “privileged” with better lodging (sound familiar?).

    However, conditions quickly deteriorated for the men on both islands because productivity levels remained the same. The men were expected to carry out all their previous tasks (plus new ones) while the women continued relaxing on the beach discussing relationships and unmet needs.

    In other words, it transformed into a microcosm of greater society.

    “Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.” ~John Adams

    • Noooooo! Women did this?!!?? I find that hard to believe … 🙂

      Seriously, I’m not sure I would agree this example is “a microcosm of greater society.” There are just too many women out there working a full-time job, raising kids, tending the household (which includes carrying out the garbage), and doing the bookkeeeping. This isn’t to say there aren’t women who fit the survivor example, but I tend to think they’re in the minority. No statistics. Just my opinion.

        • “Don’t bother; it was Survivor… where the contestants are chosen. Do you think any women were chosen for their construction skills or did how they look in a bikini carry slightly more weight?”

          I’ve always disliked Survivor, and most reality shows. I never understood the appeal.

          There are real world examples of Matriarchy.

          Personally, I would rather equality, where people are free.

        • Have been looking this up and in case you’re interested, I guess Ben Grylls is doing this as well on a show called The Island. They take men and women and plop them on islands. You can watch episodes on YouTube.

          Here’s an article about it as well: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/men/active/11520089/Bear-Grylls-island-are-the-women-tougher-than-the-men.html

          I also found another article on it and I guess they try to find ordinary people. They show them a bunch of his survival shows and set them loose. They even film the show themselves.

          So anyways, kind of interesting.

        • Not convinced? How about an excerpt from early American history:

          At length, after much debate of things, the Govr (with the advise of the cheefest amongest them) gave way that they should set corve every man for his owne perticuler, and in that regard trust to them selves; in all other things to goe on in the generall way as before. And so assigned to every family a parcell of land, according to the proportion of their number for that end, only for present use (but made no devission for inheritance), and ranged all boys and youth under some familie.

          This had very good success; for it made all hands very industrious, so as much more torne was planted then other waise would have bene by any means the Govr or any other could use, and saved him a great deall of trouble, and gave farr better contente. The women now wente willingly into the feild, and tooke their litle-ons with them to set torne, which before would aledg weaknes, and inabilitie; whom to have compelled would have bene thought great tiranie and oppression. (p. 216)

          • I don’t know a farm girl who doesn’t know everything mentioned in the video, someone who is quite familiar with alternate ways of accomplishing all kinds of stuff… inside and outside of the farm house. Now, I understand the video is comparing the usefulness of urban technological knowledge compared to rural agricultural knowledge in the event of a technological disaster.

            So what? Anyone surprised at the difference is an idiot.But it’s a false choice, isn’t it?

            The issue you raised with your ‘island’ example as if a valid commentary about gender differences was this discredited throwback notion of gender-based ability. This is no different in principle as a notion than is the discredited race-based ability. Such discriminatory notions have no place in today’s first world thinking… except as a reminder why feminism is still an issue, still needed, still not understood by a vast number of gender-confused Luddites who confuse its need with INequality.

      • Here’s a short video illustrating the author’s tenuous grasp of reality.

        Like it or not, existence depends on the cumulative contributions of both men and women. If everything were to collapse, only those willing to put in physical effort will survive.

  5. Meh, a two year old blog post where the majority of responses are by a tiny handful of people. A tempest in a teapot, one that doesn’t really deserve a second look. I don’t have a lot of faith in humanity but I have enough to believe few will follow her down the crazy road she’s on.

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