Monday, June 22, 2009 Hatred of Men, Mainstreamed!

It is often asserted that feminism is not about the hatred of men, but rather it is about improving the self-esteem and empowering women.

There is probably no type of feminism that is more "feminism-lite" than the daily stream of nonsense that flows from the Oprah Winfrey show. Oprah is, of course, the very definition of the mainstream.

How revealing, then, that such a vile exchange as the following would occur on her show, thereby demonstrating that feminism is, in fact, about an irrational, illogical, and neurotic rage directed at men by women barely in possession of their senses.

The following discussion, from an abstract of an episode of Oprah's talk show, is taken word for word from In it, some feminist Ph.D. equates sperm with trash.

"You're trying to get your hunger needs met," Dr. Smith tells Melissa. "What are you hungry for? To be loved? To be cared for? To feel special? These are not things to be ashamed of. You're asking a great question: 'How can I stop this?'"

Dr. Smith says that a lot of young girls are treating their bodies like trash cans. "Trash cans for what? For boys' sperm. For boys' insecurities. The boys come and drop their trash in our bodies. … It keeps going until we decide that we aren't receptacles for garbage. That my body is a temple; it's sacred. … I'm not the place that boys come and drop their sperm, their insecurity so they can pump their muscles up as I shrink down into nothing."

The episode, interestingly enough, was titled "Empowering Girls."


  1. That's my greatest HAHA point about feminism... The fact that they pass off insecurity as empowerment.

    Its the irony where what's today passed of as empowerment is really just "bravado" or "shifting blame".

    Its kind of like a guy who's been picked on all of high-school turning into a jerk to overcompensate and thinking he's confident by being overbearing, loud and agressive.

    The same with women today... They see insulting men and bashing men as "empowerment", when its really a poor alternative for growing their confidence and self-esteem.

  2. Right on I say we overthrow Oprah. I was so glad her show is being cancelled but I went into a depression when it was announced she was going to have her own network. Lets keep up the good fight.