You and I in a little black box
patiently waiting our turn to be shot
sentence to death at the break of dawn
till one by one we’re all gone
back at base the feminists cheer
hashtaging hate and tweeting fear
preaching men deserved to die
99 gray ash plumes go by
99 gray ash plumes
Floating in the summer sky
was Toxic Masculinity
proved by no control group study
False rape narratives spring to life
twisting truths and telling lies
feminists chant all men must die
When ninety-nine gray ash plumes go by
Ninety-nine decision street
Ninety-nine feminists meet
gamer gate to the mythic wage gap
they’re reporting news with no facts
This is what they’ve waited for
This is nineteen eighty four
Jess Valenti is on the line
As ninety-nine gray ash plumes go by
Ninety-nine false articles
written for false narratives
Everyman’s a misogynist
Everyman’s opressing you
Agents of the patriarchy
Welcome to feminist theory
light the flames and say goodbye
ninety-nine gray ash plumes go by
As ninety-nine gray ash plumes go by
ninety-nine dreams i have had
in every one a gray ash plume
it’s all over civilizations gone
In this dust that was a city
If I could find a souvenir
Just to prove the world was here
And there are still gray ash clouds
you know the lies you told weren’t true
Think this parody was hyperbolic? Allow me to introduce you to some Feminist academics: the people who have written “Feminist Theory”. These are the people who wrote the books, essays and “proofs” which are mandatory reading in gender studies classes all over the western world.
First up we have Mary Daly taught women’s studies at the University of Boston for 19 years. In a 1999 EnlightenNext Magazine article titled “No Man’s Land,” Susan Bridle quoted Daly as saying:
If life is to survive on this planet, there must be a decontamination of the Earth. I think this will be accompanied by an evolutionary process that will result in a drastic reduction of the population of males.
During the 1980s and 1990s, Daly continued to lecture to audiences around the world. She was an outspoken critic of popular phenomena such as the Christian men’s movement as personified by an organization called the Promise Keepers. Answering a reporter who asked, “Who has hurt women?” Daly responded, “These creeps, the Promise Keepers, rightwing Christians. It’s not just the ancient fathers of the church and it’s not just the church. It’s all the major religions.”
Next, we have Sally Miller Gearhart, who taught women’s studies at San Francisco State University from 1973 until 1992, created one of the first women and gender studies programs in the United States. From her book The Future, If There Is One, Is Female:
Such a prospect is attractive to women who feel that if they bear sons no amount of love and care and nonsexist training will save those sons from a culture where male violence is institutionalized and revered. These are women saying, “No more sons. We will not spend twenty years of our lives raising a potential rapist, a potential batterer, a potential Big Man.
The proportion of men must be reduced to and maintained at approximately 10% of the human race.
She’s written nine books, most of which are required reading in gender studies, even her works of fiction and fantasy.
Her last speaking engagement was November 9, 2013:
“Sally Miller Gearhart “Worlds Beyond World” Symposium: Feminist Utopian Thought,” sponsored by: Sally Miller Gearhart Fund, Center for the Study of Women in Society, Department of Women’s and Gender Studies, ASUO Women’s Center, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Oregon Libraries, Oregon Humanities Center, School of Architecture and Allied Arts, Robert D. Clark Honors College, Office of Equity and Inclusion, Office for Research, Innovation and Graduate Education, Vice President of Academic Affairs, Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies, Center on Diversity and Community, Department of English, School of Journalism and Communication, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Department of Ethnic Studies, Department of Romance Languages, Department of Anthropology, Department of Sociology, Department of International Studies, Department of Political Science, Department of Psychology, and the Comparative Literature journal (American Comparative Literature Association).
All those people and groups and organizations and universities not only showed up but sponsored an event to host her and other like-minded women. A woman who has publicly stated and continues to state that 90% of men should be killed off. She openly advocates for mass genocide and she’s welcomed to speaking engagements at major universities sponsored and attended by Ivy League college departments.
These two women were not simply radicals on the fringe of feminism. They wrote the literature that is still studied in gender studies master courses to this day in major universities all over the world. Daly wrote her last book in 2006 and over her lifetime wrote eight books in all that are studied today in gender studies/women’s studies.
These people are not the radical fringe—they’re the driving force behind academic feminism and gender feminism. They’re the ones who know what real feminism is about. That’s the true face of feminism. Puppets like Emma Watson know nothing of these people: she has a liberal arts degree in English literature—not gender studies or women’s studies. She’s a public figure, not someone with influence.
Just for funzies, here’s a comparison for you… If you had not already read the above and known the quote is correctly attributed to Sally Miller Gearhart – would you have been able to tell the difference between her statement and that of a KKK member or a Nazi?
Moving right along, one of my favorites: Julie Bindel. Bindel is a visiting researcher at Lincoln University and former assistant director of the Research Centre on Violence, Abuse and Gender Relations at Leeds Metropolitan University. In 2010, she entered The Independent’s “Pink List” as 89th of the top 101 most influential gay and lesbian people in Britain. She writes regularly for The Guardian.
In 2009 Bindel penned an article for the guardian titled “I’ve changed my mind about men”
A life spent fighting abusive men meant I had little time for the gender, even the nicer specimens. But now we can be friends
A pleasant lie to tell considering that in 2015 she was interviewed by the “radfem collective“, and in this interview she unequivocally stated that she thought all men should be placed in concentration camps.
It won’t, not unless men get their act together, have their power taken from them and behave themselves. I mean, I would actually put them all in some kind of camp
they wouldn’t be able to fight – we would have wardens, of course! Women who want to see their sons or male loved ones would be able to go and visit, or take them out like a library book, and then bring them back.
More over in 2016 she tweeted out the following…
All men are rapists and should be put in prison then shot
Golly Gee Julie, I certainly hope none of my “friends” want to see me placed in a concentration camp or prison and then shot. Certainly doesn’t seem very friendly.
Joanna Russ, a full professor at the University of Washington and a noted author in the feminist community, documents in her book The Female Man how a group of women from a planet called “While-away” butchered all the men like cattle in the quest for their lesbian utopia. As for misrepresenting feminism, this same feminist makes threats against men in her own work.
Rebecca Carter, who boasts a dizzying number of art exhibitions and publications on her personal resume/bio page: published “Proposition 777″ online and quickly removed it, claiming it was a joke. Genocide is always such a comical topic after all. On a side note, her list of solo exhibitions actually is quite impressive. I think her work is post modernist garbage but nonetheless: solo exhibitions are no joke, so good for her on that front.
Susan Brownmiller began in journalism with an editorial position at a “confession magazine”. She went on to work as an assistant to the managing editor at Coronet (1959–1960), as an editor of the Albany Report, a weekly review of the New York State legislature (1961–1962), and as a national affairs researcher at Newsweek (1963–1964).
In the mid-1960s, Brownmiller continued her career in journalism with positions as a reporter for NBC-TV in Philadelphia (1965), staff writer for the Village Voice (1965), and as network newswriter for ABC-TV in New York City (1966–1968). Beginning in 1968, she worked as a freelance writer; her book reviews, essays, and articles appeared regularly in publications including The New York Times, Newsday, The New York Daily News, Vogue, and The Nation.
In her book Against our Will, denouncing and justifying in the same paragraph the torture, mutilation and murder of 15-year-old Emmett Till for whistling at a white woman:
We are rightly aghast that a whistle could be cause for murder, but we must also accept that Emmett Till and J. W. Milam shared something in common. They both understood that the whistle was no small twee t. . . it was a deliberate insult, just short of physical assault, a last reminder to Carolyn Bryant that this black boy, Till, had in mind to possess her.
On the lighter side of things, advocating genocide (imagine the out rage if the genders were reversed of course) Lori Day. Day is an educational psychologist, consultant and parenting coach with Lori Day Consulting in Newburyport, MA. She is the author of Her Next Chapter: How Mother-Daughter Book Clubs Can Help Girls Navigate Malicious Media, Risky Relationships, Girl Gossip, and So Much More, and speaks on the topic of raising confident girls in a disempowering marketing and media culture.
Lori writes for both the Huffington Post and also Feminist Current. In 2016 she penned an article called “We Need a Mandemic” in which she blamed everything but solar flares on the activities of men. With no regard to women’s role in anything. Even blaming “strip mining” on men, hilariously – since the article itself was published online only. Digital data housed in servers made from precious metals only accessible by digital communications completely made from metals harvested how? Strip mining.
Quoting the article…
Ok. You probably do love men. Most women have some men in their lives that they dearly love. There are tons of wonderful men! So sure, it will be sad and tragic when the Mandemic rages with the fire of a thousand suns and randomly selects enough male victims to disrupt the current power structure around the world. This will be necessary to create an opening for women to become equal — maybe even dominant.
But isn’t our only hope the removal of excessive male humans from the continents? If women don’t take the reins of this doomed planet and get cracking on resolving those few items listed above, we don’t stand a chance.
One is quick to wonder whether or not the Huffington Post would hire, or how quickly they would be to fire, a male author who publicly advocated for the engineering of a biological weapon of mass genocide which would kill off the majority of the female population. As she did, when earlier in that same article she states the following…
What can be done? Well, I’ve decided the Earth needs a Mandemic. The human herd must be culled, and it’s time for buck season.
I know what you’re thinking… Cool! How could this work?
I happened to be watching an episode of Star Trek: Voyager last night when the idea came to me. There could be a virus that causes gene mutations in men that rewrites their DNA. Then, when men have sex with women, they are drained of their DNA, “where it is then implanted into females, causing the death of the males. As a result, new males are constantly created and harvested” by women, as suits their needs. You should have seen the desiccated corpses on the Taresian planet!
But perhaps this is too harsh implausible. It is science fiction, after all.
Look, I’m not an infectious disease specialist. I’m not exactly sure how this could work. I just know that there are 200 million missing females in the world because of patriarchy, so Mother Nature needs to put her finger on the scales, and if She would kindly oblige, just push down a little extra hard.
Keep in mind here:
Philip George Zimbardo, psychologist, professor emeritus at Stanford University, from The Lucifer Effect:
At the core of evil is the process of dehumanization by which certain other people or collectives of them, are depicted as less than human, as non-comparable in humanity or personal dignity to those who do the labeling. Prejudice employs negative stereotypes in images or verbally abusive terms to demean and degrade the objects of its narrow view of superiority over these allegedly inferior persons. Discrimination involves the actions taken against those others based on the beliefs and emotions generated by prejudiced perspectives.
Dehumanization is one of the central processes in the transformation of ordinary, normal people into indifferent or even wanton perpetrators of evil. Dehumanization is like a “cortical cataract” that clouds one’s thinking and fosters the perception that other people are less than human. It makes some people come to see those others as enemies deserving of torment, torture, and even annihilation.
Still think the parody at the beginning was hyperbolic?