If you find yourself in a circus that’s painting an entire gender as the enemy, It’s time to hit the pause button and reassess the situation—You are doing the opposite of what we’re naturally inclined to do.
Demonizing an entire group of people is not only unfair and unproductive, but it’s also a way to get the wrong kind of attention. Instead of aiming your weapons at an entire gender, maybe it’s time to focus on specific behaviors or attitudes that are problematic.
It’s never about hating men or women, it’s about creating a better world where everyone can thrive and be treated with respect.
After all, teamwork makes the dream work, and alienating half the team is not exactly a recipe for success.
You can’t try to fix a leaky faucet by smashing the whole sink with a sledgehammer.
Gender equality is a concept that should be easy to grasp, yet the battle of the sexes continues to rage on. We’ve been conditioned to view men and women as adversaries, rather than partners in life’s journey.
Say, we’re all playing for the same team, but instead of working together towards a common goal, we’re too busy bickering and trying to one-up each other.
But why? Why do we keep feeding into this false narrative that men and women are inherently at odds with each other?
Life is a lot more fulfilling when we have someone by our side to share the ups and downs with. And who better to do that with than our fellow human beings, regardless of our gender?
How Feminism Creates Division and Conflict Between Men and Women
Feminism has always been a hotly controversial topic, with some saying it’s outdated while others believe it’s more important now than ever. But regardless of where you stand, Modern feminism has become an inseparable part of our daily lives.
From the falsehoods it peddles to young women, to how it damages romance, marriage, and family. But perhaps feminism’s most significant contribution to the gender war has been its vilification of men and masculinity.
Now, don’t get me wrong; I have to partially agree with actress and activist Emma Watson’s statement that “feminism is not man-hating.”
And some feminists I know have at least one man in their lives whom they cherish. But the damage has already been done, it doesn’t undo the harm that feminism has inflicted on men.
Feminism has created a culture that treats men as disposable. It promotes behaviors like pornography, sex work, and promiscuity that harm both men and women. It invents terms like “mansplaining,” “manspreading,” and “toxic masculinity,” all aimed squarely at men. Feminism encourages men to step aside for women’s progress, creating a gynocentric world.
And worst of all, feminism has convinced us all that men are expendable. Just think about slogans like “the future is female” and “I don’t need a man.” What kind of message is that sending to our boys and men?
Maybe feminism was necessary at some point in history, but I think it’s clear that modern feminism has gone too far. It created a bitter resentment of men and fueled reactionary movements that only worsened the gender war.
The Rise of Male Subcultures
When it comes to men and their struggles with dating, there seems to be no shortage of groups trying to solve the problem. We have incels, pick-up artists, and men going their own way (MGTOW), just to name a few. While each group claims to have the solution to men’s romantic woes, they all seem to share one thing in common: a fundamental misunderstanding of women.
Incels blame their lack of romantic success on women, whom they label as shallow and only attracted to “Chads” (the stereotypical good-looking, muscular guy). Pick-up artists, on the other hand, see women as conquests to be won over using manipulative tactics and psychological tricks.
Meanwhile, MGTOW rejects traditional relationships altogether, seeing women as a liability and a threat to their independence.
All of these groups share a warped view of women and relationships, and it’s not surprising that their strategies often lead to frustration and resentment.
Instead of trying to understand and connect with women as equals, they view them as objects to be conquered or avoided. In doing so, they miss out on the opportunity for genuine connections and fulfilling relationships.
They’re so deep in their anger that they forget that everyone, even women, can seek redemption. Yes I feel for them, because they’re a product of the damage that feminism has caused.
It’s like they’ve taken a page out of the feminist playbook and decided to dispose of women altogether. The MGTOWs (that’s Men Going Their Own Way, for those not in the know) have really taken the whole “I don’t need a man” thing to a whole new level.
Although feminism is much more widespread than these fringe men’s groups. They haven’t infiltrated our governments, institutions, and everyday lives the same way. But that doesn’t mean they’re not responsible for the breakdown in gender relations. And who knows, what happens if the pendulum swings and these movements suddenly take over? It’s definitely not a world we want to live in.
Where is This Going? Demonizing Each Other is The Issue and Won’t Get us Anywhere
We’re living in a world where extreme viewpoints are becoming more common.
On one end, you have the feminists who claim to have all the answers, and on the other end, you have MGTOWs who want nothing to do with women. Both of these groups perpetuate the same problem—a deep-seated hostility between men and women.
Men and women are hurting, and my heart goes out to them. But blaming an entire gender for your problems is not the answer. The truth is, if men or women disappeared, our problems wouldn’t magically vanish.
One thing is certain–Men pulling away from women won’t solve anything. I don’t care what modern feminism says – women need men.
Plain and simple.
And not just any men, but loyal and courageous ones who stick around through thick and thin.
These fringe movements like incels, pick-up artists, and men going their own way may think they’re making a statement, but all they’re doing is playing right into the hands of modern feminism. Sure, their approaches are radically different, but they’re producing the same result: a big ol’ divide between the sexes. That’s not good for anyone.
Why not put down the pitchforks and start working together? Start building bridges instead of walls.
We can’t let these fringe movements control the narrative and tear us apart. Let’s focus on what brings us together and find ways to bridge the gap, instead of making it wider. After all, isn’t that what being human is all about?
It’s time for men to take a step back and reevaluate their approach to dating and relationships. Instead of blaming women or using manipulative tactics, men should focus on building genuine connections based on mutual respect and understanding. Only then can they truly find happiness and fulfillment in their romantic lives.
Redirecting Our Focus on The Battle
We’re fighting the wrong battle, friends. The real enemy isn’t men or women, it’s anything that threatens to rip us apart. Our biggest threats are the broken homes, high divorce rates, and declining marriage statistics.
We can’t let our bitterness, mistrust, and frustration with the opposite sex distract us from the real issues at hand. It’s time we take a step back and realize that we’ve all become unwitting players in this never-ending gender war. It’s not fair to blame an entire gender for our problems without taking a closer look at the situation.
We need to stop pointing fingers and recognize that blaming an entire gender for our problems is a huge mistake. Let’s focus on coming together and finding solutions to strengthen our families and communities.
Our Strength Lies in Unity
We can choose to participate in gender reconciliation and reject movements that sow division. Our focus should be on strengthening the family and, by extension, society as a whole.
I’m heartened by the emergence of men who are stepping up to repair the damage caused by radical gender movements. They champion family values and choose to love and support women instead of tearing them down. Similarly, I’ve seen women choosing to restore their trust in men. They celebrate traditional values such as marriage and motherhood and embrace their femininity, while also appreciating the positive aspects of masculinity in men.
For any feminists or MGTOWs out there, doesn’t this sound like a better way? Let’s leave behind bitterness and hostility and come together for the greater good. Unity is our strength.