Feminism Backlash (rant)

Yesterday was my youngest son’s 11th birthday party.  I bet it was a nice party.  I currently get to see my two sons every second weekend.  Last weekend when my wife was picking my sons up from my house, I overheard my youngest son arguing and pleading with his mom about her allowing him to invite anybody but his father to his birthday party.   It broke my heart to hear my son having to fight to try to keep his father in his life, and knowing already how the system is unbeatably rigged against us males.

Now you might imagine that I have done some horrendous things, for a father to be kept from his sons like I have been, but sadly that isn’t even the case.  I’ve never even been charged with a misdemeanor in my whole life.  Yet I was kept from my sons, except for some rare brief instances under supervision for nine months, based upon false accusations from my wife who has three diagnosed mental disorders.  Was I or my son’s compensated in any way when my wife’s accusations were fully disproven, twice over?  No, we’ll never get that time back, or the thousands of dollar it took to disprove things that never happened.  Unfortunately I am forced to go to work every week, at a job I now hate, to pay for my wife to live with my kids in a second home I have to provide and have parties I can’t attend, Etc. Etc.  You get the picture.

If Feminism had a headquarters, I’d pay my last dime for the first spot in line to destroy it.   Don’t even build Cunt-Con.  I swear, I’ll destroy it!   I want to beat those stupid sows back into the stone age with a rod of iron!  It is the least I can do for my sons, and millions of other boys growing up fatherless like them.

5 thoughts on “Feminism Backlash (rant)

  1. You are so right. I have heard it said, that if all the radical Feminist leaders suddenly died, the church would advance their Feminist agenda just as fast without them.


  2. I am so sorry to read this post. It breaks my heart that children are being used as pawns in a game of hurt, and are being kept from their fathers. The saying “hell hath no fury like a woman scorned” is so true.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Sharkly, it saddens me to learn of this situation in your life. From our dealings on Lori’s blog and nascent dealings here (thank you for starting a blog), you are a man salty for Truth in God’s teaching(s). Short of prosperity gospel: surely He has blessings awaiting in a later chapter of life, before calling you home. Joseph being the model of study here with ups and downs throughout life.

    ‘Cunt-Con 2020’ isn’t the proposed, re-branded ‘2020 DNC’? Or is that rumor false?

    Liked by 1 person

  4. ikr,
    I certainly hope for good things to come in this life, but I’m also prepared to die with only my faith and hope for the next life.
    I do relate to Job, and Joseph, but am also aware of the example of Steven. The prosperity gospel is just false teaching for greedy idolaters, who are scammed into phony churches with the promise of fickle earthly wealth and other stuff. I’m quite thankful for your comments, and glad you are contributing them here. It is good to know that I’ve got some wise folks seeking out my blog and reading it and adding to it.


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s