15 Reasons NOT To Be A “Feminist”

The Des Moines Register publishes article from local resident and “Our Caucus” participant on feminism.  

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A brave High School Student, Anna Senneff, recently committed the thought crime of rejecting the third wave feminist movement in an article published by The Des Moines Register on 1/31

I can personally relate to Anna.  

The moment I dared to denounce third wave feminism on social media I was chastised and accused of being “ungrateful.”

The current generation along with the mainstream media’s puppet celebrities like Emma Watson and Mark Ruffalo, have pushed the movement which is supposedly designed to help “oppressed women.”.  The truth is, however, that modern day feminism is an attack on the nuclear family, an attack on masculinity and nothing more than an indoctrination tool for the left to brainwash women into embracing a victim mentality.

Sennef wrote in her article that “the general idea being projected is that if you care about human rights, you have to be a feminist and if you’re not a feminist, you’re wrong.”

She cited 15 reasons why women should stay far away from feminism:

  1. Because I think that despite men having a more privileged role historically, men’s rights and issues are something we can’t ignore.

  2. Because I don’t want to identify with a cause that has built its foundation on the idea that as a woman, I am a victim.

  3. Because I don’t think I can affect real, lasting change while holding on to a victim complex and internalizing the idea that in this day and age, I am inherently disadvantaged everywhere I go and in everything I do.

  4. Because I don’t think trivial things like “cat-calling” and “slut-shaming” should be considered legitimate social issues.

  5. Because I think that young boys being abducted and forced to fight as child soldiers in Africa are equally as important as young girls being forced into arranged marriages in the Middle East.

  6. Because I’m pro-life.

  7. Because men and women are, in fact, very different, and “equal” doesn’t mean “identical.”

  8. Because I know the textbook definition of the word feminism, but rarely do I see it being lived out.

  9. Because it is wrong for me to claim that I am among the disadvantaged party in an advanced, affluent, first-world nation and to push for more privilege for myself.

  10. Because I won’t be told that I’m being mistreated and oppressed, when I’m not.

  11. Because this is the 21st century. Equality exists in this country, and women have taken advantage of it. I am grateful for the rights that historical feminism has granted me, but it’s run its course.

  12. Because I won’t perpetuate gender inequality by pretending it’s still as big of an issue as it was a hundred years ago.

  13. Because I shouldn’t have to constantly justify my decision to not identify as a feminist, and be insulted and looked down upon as a result.

  14. Because we can’t afford to divide the fight for social justice and equality on a basis of gender.

  15. Because injustice is something that reaches much, much further than male and female.

Senneff is wise beyond her years.

 

I applaud Anna for sharing her beliefs and standing up against cultural marxism.

Much to the dismay of SJWs, women are breaking free from leftist dogmas, they are beginning to think for themselves and they are resisting the attack on traditional values and classical gender roles.

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