Usurper

The Swan Princess by Mikhail Vrubel

Tsarevna Lebed, The Swan Princess by Mikhail Aleksandrovich Vrubel painted in 1900 AD.

I found a good comment by “thedeti” responding to Jack’s post over at Σ Frame.  So, I will post his comment in its entirety, as I have done once before.  I borrowed the illustration below from Pete Rambo.

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Thedeti says:

The main problem though is everyone thinking women are using this model; but they’re really not. This is really really subtle.

Jack describes this model:

God
Man
Wife
Children

Children submit to wife/mother. Wife submits to Man. Man submits to God.

Most Christian women, and nearly all clergy and Protestant family ministries, use this model:

God
Husband & Wife
Children

Children submit to wife/mother. Wife submits to God. Husband submits to God. Husband and wife submit to each other. Wife submits to husband if and only if she gets clearance from God through “her Holy Spirit”. (Her feelings, really.) Wife filters everything Husband wants, needs, desires, is, and does through “her Holy Spirit”. (“Is this in line with God’s will?” Does my Holy Spirit lead me that this is OK?”) If “yes”, submission to her husband is approved. If “no”, she is not required to submit to her husband.

Under this model, Husband and Wife are co-equal partners. Neither is above or below the other.

The husband is also not called “man”. He’s “husband”. In her eyes, his sole function is to serve her interests as protector and provider, and as “priest, prophet and king”. It never occurs to her that he has other functions. It never occurs to her that God has higher, loftier things for him. To her, the husband is HER priest, HER prophet, and HER king — Those functions were created, and he occupies them, solely for her benefit. His sole functions are to make money and turn it all over to his wife; to take a bullet for her; and to pray for her and lead her. In this model, Husband has literally no other functions or purposes. The marriage, the relationship, become all about her, and what she wants, needs, desires, is, and does. In doing so, submission to God falls away; and he submits to his wife.

This is wrong, of course, but today’s Christians use it because it gives lip service to submission without actually requiring true submission. It lets her “top from the bottom”. It lets her run the show without actually looking like she’s running the show. And it lets women feel better about “submission” because it is the one thing every woman hates – to lay it all down in the marriage before a man – a man she picked. Most women don’t ever truly submit to a man.

In heaven, men and women aren’t given in marriage to each other. But down here, in the fallen world, she submits to him, and he submits to God. If she has questions about God’s will for her, her marriage, or her children, she’s to go to her husband and have HIM seek the Lord about it. If she has questions about what God’s word says, she’s to go to her husband and have HIM seek the Lord about it. If she isn’t getting what she wants/needs in her marriage, she’s to go to her husband and have HIM seek the Lord about it.

God calls him. He follows. Or not, in which case he does it himself until he is at his wit’s end.

He invites her. She follows. Or not, in which case she does it herself (or with a series of other men in psuedo-submission through sex), until she’s at her wit’s end. (Gee, I wonder where I’ve seen that before?)

Most marriages don’t run this way. They just don’t. They LOOK like they do, the participants SAY they do, but they don’t.

Meth-Head Mama

This past week former Wichita Kansas Mayor Carl Brewer passed away at age 63 after an extended illness with kidney complications that were further complicated by cancer.  Mayor Brewer served two terms as Mayor of Wichita from 2007 to 2015.  I was saddened to find that out when I receive an email this Monday, that mourned his passing.  I had met with Carl Brewer about four times a decade ago while he was Mayor, and Carl, along with his son Carlo, had even been to my house and purchased a fishing lease from me.  I had offered to give Carl the lease, but Carl had insisted on paying the full price of $200.  As with any great politician, Carl made me feel like I was a close friend, even though I had only met with him a few times, and we did not hail from the same political party.  After fondly remembering Carl, I decided I would post about a family tragedy that happened to the Brewers, partly because of Feminist child-custody policies.

Carl Brewer with Evan Brewer inset

Carl Brewer shown with his grandson Evan Brewer (inset)

As you may know, mothers are wrongly given preferential custody of children in many jurisdictions, including here.  This stems from the Feminist “tender years doctrine” that presumes young children need their mother more than their father.  Statistical studies have now proven, however, that children raised by single fathers have far better outcomes, on all important metrics, than children raised by single mothers.  Meaning that as a society we are preferentially giving women greater custody of children even when they are clearly the inferior parent.  This is a modern application of Feminist thinking, and was not the case in the past.  In times past children were left in their father’s care unless he was unwilling or was proven to be unfit to parent them.  Consequently children then benefitted when divorce was far more rare due to mothers having that important incentive to keep their marriages solid.

Wichita Kansas does not typically have a lot of murders, however, the city of 400,000 people does seem to make up for their lack of quantity, with the eye-popping level of atrocity in many of their high-profile murder cases which have gained worldwide attention for their savagery: Dennis Rader (BTK), the Carr brothers, Cornell McNeal, Etc.

The sad story

The following are all news citations regarding the murder of Carlo Brewer’s son, by the boy’s mother Miranda Miller and her live-in boyfriend Stephen Bodine:

A Kansas prosecutor is praising the jurors who sat through days of grisly testimony and evidence before finding a man guilty of abuse and first-degree murder in the death of a 3-year-old boy whose body was found encased in concrete.  Sedgwick County District Attorney Marc Bennett says the jury performed an extraordinary service to the community while having to absorb more than 500 pieces of sometimes “wretched” evidence.

Stephen Bodine was sentenced to 109 years Monday for the murder of 3-year-old Evan Brewer.  Bodine was found guilty on all charges, including two counts of first-degree felony murder, two counts of aggravated kidnapping, one count of child abuse and one count of aggravated child endangerment. All counts will be served back to back for a total sentence of 1,314 months.

Miranda Miller, 37, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder, aggravated kidnapping, child abuse and aggravated child endangerment under a deal in which she faces a prison sentence of about 29 years. With credit for good behavior, she could get out of prison in about 25 years, District Attorney Marc Bennett told The Wichita Eagle after Miller’s hearing in Sedgwick County District Court. 

Miller is also charged with murder in her son’s death. In exchange for testifying against Bodine, she will be allowed to plead guilty to a reduced charge of second-degree murder.

The boy’s father said after the hearing that he was pleased Miller took the plea deal because that means there won’t be another trial that the Brewer family will have to endure.  “It doesn’t make her any less of a monster than Bodine,” Carlo Brewer said, “because she’s just as guilty.”

[Carlo] Brewer had been fighting for custody of Evan in the months leading up to his death, and authorities had been alerted at least six times that Evan was being abused .
Brewer says other children imagine monsters under their beds or in their closets, but that Evan “had real monsters.”

some of Evan’s abuse was caught on film by a motion-activated video surveillance system Bodine and Miller set up in the home they rented at 2037 S. Vine in Wichita.

Video and audio recordings showed during the April hearing depicted Evan being forced to stand naked in the basement of his home with his hands behind his back and a belt around his neck, as well as the child being taunted and slapped while he screamed and cried.

Among the photographs and videos which police found after their arrest is one which allegedly shows his mother spanking his bare buttocks in a bed, shouting at him for moving around.  They were found in a Google account called ‘ballbuster’ which was assigned to the email address Evanbrewer67@gmail.com.

An autopsy couldn’t determine the cause and manner of Evan’s death because his body was so badly decomposed by the time he was chipped out of the block of concrete. He had Benadryl in his system, and Miller said she thinks Bodine sickened him in the days leading up to his death by force-feeding him large amounts of salt.

In her testimony against Bodine, Miller said in her son’s final days, he was unable to eat or drink.

At a court hearing in April, Miller testified that leading up to Evan’s death he’d been ill for three days — possibly from being forced to swallow large amounts of salt for angering Bodine — and was refusing food and drink.  When the boy gagged on doughnuts and juice his mother force fed him and didn’t eat quickly enough, the couple beat him. They then sent him to stand in a corner for hours with his hands behind his back until he collapsed.  When Evan refused to get up, Bodine slapped him and hauled him into the bathroom to stop his screams, Miller testified in April.  The next time she saw Evan, he was lying unresponsive in Bodine’s arms. The boy’s head was wet and Bodine was telling her to perform CPR.  Evan never recovered.  The day was the culmination of abuse of Evan that included withheld meals, beatings for not greeting Bodine in the right tone, being cursed at and being smacked for not lying still in bed. The boy was so scared of Bodine he wouldn’t pass by him to go use the bathroom, resulting in potty training accidents that reportedly angered Bodine further.

According to Bodine’s former wife and his daughter, he was abusive, violent and prone to beating children.  They told of how he kept his daughter’s head under water on three occasions for so long that she would have to be revived by CPR.

Friends of the couple have since told police that they took and dealt methamphetamines.  One person told police that Bodine allowed men to molest his daughters from a previous relationship in exchange for drugs.

[Miranda Miller] said during a preliminary hearing that a few days later Bodine told her that he wanted “to take care of Evan before he started to smell.” She said he mixed up several bags of concrete and buried the boy’s body in it.  Evan was discovered entombed in the concrete in early September, after Miller and Bodine had moved out of the property.

Evan suffered as his father’s family tried repeatedly to get the Kansas Department for Children and Families, Wichita police and judges to intervene for the boy, says Brewer family spokeswoman Shayla Johnston.

At a May 4 court hearing, a woman testified that Bodine admitted to her that he had already beaten Evan to death, but revived him, Johnston said.  Evan still could have been saved then, Johnston said.  At the court hearing, Johnston said Miller was tweaking – a frantic, compulsive kind of behavior associated with methamphetamine use. “She was obviously a drug addict,” Johnston said. “I told her if she didn’t leave Bodine, he was going to kill them both.”  The police affidavit quoted witnesses saying that Miller and Bodine used meth and sold it from their rental home and that the boy was a “hindrance” to them.

Miller said Evan died because of her drug addiction and her abusive relationship with Bodine.  Brewer family attorney Shayla Johnston argued against that after the sentencing.  “Just because you’re a victim of domestic violence yourself does not give you an excuse to not accept help that’s given to you,” she said.  “Miranda Miller knows very well that she was never a hostage in that house. She was in this courthouse on May 4, 2017 while Evan was still alive and I offered her. At that time, I got her out of the seat away from Bodine and I took her out to the jury room and talked to her and told her I could help her right then,” Johnston said. “I said if she didn’t get away from Bodine that not only would she risk her life and her child’s life, but she risks losing custody of her child to Carlo and her words were, ‘Over my dead body will Carlo have custody of this child.’ So she chose to let her child die rather than let the father bring his child to safety. She’s no victim.”

Evan was last seen alive by his biological father Carlo Brewer in March 2017 when he saw him with what he thought was a broken nose.  When he asked Miller if she had been abusing him or if Bodine had, she lashed out and threatened that he would never see the boy again, he claimed.  He told police about it and they tried to contact Miller and Bodine at their home but there was no answer, it is claimed.

Family spokesperson Shayla Johnston said in December that the child protection system failed the boy, who was the grandson of former Wichita Mayor Carl Brewer, a Democratic candidate for Kansas governor.  Records that DCF released to The Wichita Eagle [newspaper] in March showed that for more than a year, people reported to the state that Evan was suffering in a home of chronic methamphetamine users.  The records also said Bodine abused Miller and bragged about choking her and the boy until they were unconscious.

Among those who spoke Thursday was Evan’s father, Carlo Brewer, who was kept from his son by Bodine and Miller in the weeks before the boy’s death.  “The day Evan was found, I was in disbelief and denial. I thought there was no possible way that anyone, even the worst individuals, could look into his beautiful, innocent eyes and harm him. I didn’t believe that a mother was harming or allowing someone to harm their child,” Carlo said. “The individual who gave birth to this child betrayed him, and was his predator.”

‘Simply put, the system is broken,’ the former Wichita mayor said in April in a statement. ‘And our children, the ones we should be protecting the most, are suffering.’

“I just have to keep reassuring him that he did literally everything that he could do,” Kirby said about her husband, Carlo.  Records show Carlo Brewer contacted Wichita Police and the Kansas Department for Children and Families as well as fought for Evan in custody court. Records we obtained show he made dozens of reports.  “He took every legal path. He fought so hard and did everything the right way, the legal way, did everything they told him to do and there was nothing else he could have done literally other than kick down that door himself,” she said.  Kirby said Carlo was trying to do everything the legal way and the way he was advised so that he would never put Evan in jeopardy. She said he didn’t want to break down the door thinking it could put Evan in Miranda Miller’s custody.  She said that would have been different if he’d have known.  “He definitely blames himself a lot because there’s nothing he wouldn’t do to go back and if he would have known this, he would have kicked in that door himself. I mean, no jail time or anything could have come close to what happened,” she said.  The Brewers, Kirby said, believe there are many failures and many ways in which the system let Evan down.  “First and foremost, the people that killed Evan failed. They’re the first ones to blame,” she said. “Second I would say DCF because they’ve been contacted for a long time by several people, even before this custody battle began. The last time they were contacted for abuse, they closed the case out without even seeing Evan. They just saw her [Miranda] and closed it out and told Carlo he’s fine. But they didn’t even see him.”  Kirby said Carlo called police dozens of times and officers would try to make child welfare checks with Carlo but Miller would never open the door. She said she thinks police could have tried harder to get warrants to search the home.  Kirby also said she blames the courts too for not intervening when they had the chance.  

“Whether that’s changing a law or figuring out what law, what didn’t work. What didn’t work that failed to protect him because he [Carlo] did everything from every legal way he was told to do and it didn’t work,” she said.

“It just, it doesn’t make any sense,” she [Kirby] said. “I don’t understand why they wouldn’t just, why she [Miranda] wouldn’t just give him to Carlo if she didn’t want him. If she was going to hurt him or if she was going to let her boyfriend hurt him. I don’t know why she wouldn’t just give him to Carlo.”

Shaming: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Shame Beagle

Twere shame enough to shame thee, wert thou not shameless. ~ William Shakespeare

Shame (Noun) a painful emotion resulting from an awareness of having done something wrong, dishonorable, improper, unworthy, degrading, ridiculous, etc.
Shame (verb) To cause to feel shame.

Joseph Burgo Ph.D. said: Although many people use the two words “guilt” and “shame” interchangeably, from a psychological perspective, they actually refer to different experiences. … [Shame] reflects how we feel about ourselves and [guilt] involves awareness that our actions have injured someone else. … In other words, shame relates to self; guilt to others. I think it’s useful to preserve this distinction, even though the dictionary definitions often blur it. … Many people crippled by shame have very little capacity to feel guilt, for example. In order to feel guilt about the harm you may have done to somebody else, you must recognize him or her as a distinct individual, to begin with. Thus a person who struggles with separation and merger issues might not feel true guilt even if he or she were to use that word to describe a feeling. Many people who display narcissistic behavior often suffer from profound feelings of shame but have little authentic concern for other people; they don’t tend to feel genuinely guilty. The lack of empathy to be found in narcissistic personality disorder makes real guilt unlikely since guilt depends upon the ability to intuit how someone else might feel.

Neel Burton M.D. said: Embarrassment is the feeling of discomfort experienced when some aspect of ourselves is, or threatens to be, witnessed by or otherwise revealed to others, and we think that this revelation is likely to undermine the image of ourselves that we seek to project to those others. …

People with low self-esteem are more prone to shame, because, having a poor self-image, they are harsher upon themselves. In some cases, they may defend against shame with blame or contempt, often for the person who incited their shame. Ultimately, this is likely to lead to even deeper shame, and so to even lower self-esteem. While overwhelming shame can be destructive, mild or moderate shame is mostly a force for good, spurring us on to lead more ethical lives. …

Shame is ego dystonic, that is, in conflict with our self-image and the needs and goals of our ego, and high levels of shame are correlated with poor psychological functioning. In particular, eating disorders and many sexual disorders can largely be understood as disorders of shame, as can narcissism, which is sometimes thought of as a defense against shame. Guilt on the other hand is ego syntonic, that is, consistent with our self-image and the needs and goals of our ego, and, unless left to fester, is either unrelated or inversely correlated with poor psychological functioning.

Faced with the same set of circumstances, people with high self-esteem are more prone to guilt than to shame, and more likely to take corrective or redemptive action.

Sharkly B.S. says:  Recently I have kept running into the concept of shaming.  Most people seem to be very against shaming being done to them, but are quite ready to do it to their opponents.  Some people are against shaming entirely and seem to go to great lengths to shame those who are still shaming. 😉

But, does shaming have a positive purpose, and if so, why do some claim to be opposed to it?  One person claimed that shaming should not be used because it might drive someone “underground” or back in “the closet”.   However that might indeed be a very powerful reason to use it.

Are we ever to shame the wayward, or are we only to humor them?  Can you shame a person’s deeds without devaluing the person?  It has been said that if you attack someone’s due dignity, your relationship will suffer.  Is there a way to shame people without attacking their human dignity?  Should we even slave to keep close relations with the shameless?  Should our relationships be subject to some basic level of expectation?  Or is it imperative that everybody be nice, polite, and unconfrontational?  I hope, with this post, to spur contemplation of shaming, and to start a discussion on the appropriate and best uses of shaming.

It would seem obvious that if society is to be peacefully reformed, we will absolutely need shame, as a force for good, spurring us on to lead more ethical lives.  And even if you favor a violent revolution, won’t you still need shame to peaceably maintain your mores after you’ve installed them via gun barrel diplomacy?  What would a chaotic world without shame even look like, where everybody did what was right in their own eyes?

Dalrock’s Departure

wisdom

Yesterday Red-Pilled Christian blogger, Dalrock, announced on his blog, that he is quitting his blog, after a decade of blogging.  https://dalrock.wordpress.com/2020/01/22/farewell-for-now-at-least-and-thank-you/     For myself, I am saddened to see his site ending.  It helped me a lot, I met a lot of good men there, and was challenged to hone and defend my Bible based beliefs.  I am glad it was there for me at a time when few were.

Red-Pill Religion?

Bnonn's Baby

Lately there has been some discussion of whether the “Red Pill” is Christian or not.   I think it is a fool’s debate, but here goes, I’ll wade in against the foolish.  Recently I read two somewhat opposing articles regarding this.  First I’ll deal with the foolish one: Bnonn throws the baby out.  Fence-riding Bnonn, at the Purple-Pill “It’s Good To Be A Man” takes a break from fighting his enemy ‘Blue-Pill feminist Status quo’ to take a swipe at his other enemy, ‘Red-Pill patriarchal wisdom’.  Bnonn begins by saying: “Our conviction is that, while the red pill shares certain commonalities with biblical Christianity, and often sees the nature of things more clearly than mainstream evangelicalism, it is actually a separate religion in its own right.”  So, Bnonn recognizes that there are some Biblical principles in the red pill, and that this truth leads Red-Pilled people to seeing the nature of things with greater clarity, but he then proceeds to ‘point and shriek’, branding this truth, this source of greater clarity, as a false religion, outlawing seeking this truth and wisdom from Christianity.  Now I’ll spare you the bulk of his bnonnsense, as the author is reduced to painting the red pill with a very broad brush, citing various individual foibles and some red-piller’s lack of Christian morals, and such,  as reason to advise his readers to shriek and run from any truth or wisdom that might be inherent in the Red-Pill movement, and to let men like himself do your thinking, and all consideration of it, for you.  As Bnonn so often does, his articles generally go into lengthy drawn out contortions to twist some unrelated tidbits into seemingly supporting his contentions, and apparently to either impress or baffle his readers  he opportunistically throws in the biggest and most arcane words that he knows, but in this article mainly he foolishly paints with an overly broad brush and throws the good out with the bad.  Bnonn concludes with: “Hence, we are not red pill Christians, and actively warn against the very idea of such a thing. We are Christians who have benefited from the observations of red pill thinkers about God’s creation, and are striving to integrate that knowledge into a positive biblical theology of masculinity, femininity, and how men and women are to work together to extend the dominion of the house of God.”

As you can see, Bnonn cleverly shifts dominion from individual men under the headship of Christ,(1 Corinthians 11:3) to the church, “the house of God”, of which he is a thought leader.  Bnonn’s preface and conclusion, given above, defines his ilk as Purple-Pill, and attempts to scare his readers off from becoming any more Red-Pilled than Bnonn himself.    He claims to be riding the fence at just the perfect balance point.  So as always, your ideas and discussion are not permitted there, just your donations, so they can afford to continue doing all your thinking for you, and in exchange they’ll limit your dominion a bit less than a more Feminist church.

Job 12:2 Truly ye are the people, and wisdom shall die with you!

Now on to the Good.

Over at Biblical Gender Roles, the host asks: Is Red Pill Biblical?

As you know, I myself, have been teaching that men are exclusively in the image and glory of God,(1 Corinthians 11:7) created preeminent, to be delegated divine dominion over women and all of creation, with the command to rule them well.  I have stated that we men have been deceived into trading our birthright ~ blessed Patriarchy, for a mess of dysfunctional Feminism.  This Bible based belief also fits well with the Red Pill.

The host quotes popular secular Red Pill Blogger, Rollo Tomassi as saying: The authority men used, to claim innate legitimacy [from] in the past, is now only legitimate when a woman wields it.  Men need to retake this authority and own it as is their birthright once again.”

I won’t dissect the Biblical Gender Roles article here, since it is worth reading for yourself.  I will however welcome all your discussion of it here.  I personally have found it difficult to get my comments to appear at BGR, and Bnonn’s article does not allow any comments at all.  Feel free to share your thoughts about whether the Red Pill movement contains wisdom and truth that our Feminist churches have been misled to currently try to deny, or any other thoughts.

Some things to chew on

Forgiven

I just came across an insightful post, that is well worth reading, about part of why we keep losing the culture war:

http://www.returnofkings.com/191761/conservatives-are-losers

I also came across this comment by Wintery Knight:

A while back I was asked to mentor a girl who had cohabitated with an atheist, had an abortion, and had become a Christian after they broke up. I asked her why women have premarital sex. And her answer was “it’s a way to get control over men, without having to be nice to them”. As a virgin myself, I am not interested in marrying a woman who used sex as a tool to manipulate men. That very quickly turns into sex-withholding in a marriage.

I believe Wintery Knight nailed it.  An ungodly woman will show respect and offer sex and make promises of unlimited sex, prior to marriage, to secure what she wants, but then once a loyal and devoted man is bound to her by marriage, then the ungodly woman’s manipulative power is secured through the wicked withholding and rationing of all that she vowed.

And once she has filed for divorce, you will get absolutely nothing but the opposite of what she vowed, while the bigoted cunt-court will force a man to continue to materially provide most every benefit the wife received during the marriage.

Stay strong my brothers!  Together we can become the biggest setback to Feminism since the invention of the sandwich!  And I plan to share some details about how we will do it, in an upcoming post.

Realizing the divinely ordained dominion of men

Feminist Tears

We are entering the next phase in public consciousness. (Opposition to being Red-Pilled)

“All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.” ~Arthur Schopenhauer (1788-1860)

“First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.” ~Mahatma Gandhi (1869-1948)

Christian Manosphere maven, Dalrock, posted: The Atlantic blames the Manosphere for mass shootings. , he cites: a largely incoherent article blaming the manosphere for mass shootings.

Feminists are now demanding that men oppose the Manosphere.

Feminists and their fellow female-supremacist enablers are turning a corner.  While they once smugly ignored the Manosphere/Androsphere/Intellectual Dark Web, they eventually acknowledged its penetrating presence by switching to ridiculing it.  August 7th, 2019, the fembots have finally decided to fight us in the public square.

Fembot AttackShe’s got her little gun turrets aimed at you, brother.

I noticed that the author, Helen Lewis, was careful not to specifically mention any operating Manosphere sites, so that her readers could not go there in search of the truth, but instead she set up her own woman-hating, violence prone, straw-man to shoot at.

Our friend Jack keeps a fine list of Manosphere sites on his sidebar at Σ Frame.

Helen whines; “Women’s sexual and reproductive freedom are seen as threats to civilization itself.”   Apparently most Feminists are not yet willing to contemplate the reality that a nation of self-serving whores is not as stable as a nation of upright people with mothers who are trained from their youth to be dedicated to their husbands and children.  Then Helen whines that anti-Feminist videos are getting too many views on YouTube.  Helen scolds that there are bad men out there who make generalized statements about women, and don’t accept dogmas like man-made climate change.  Poor Helen, she might faint if she knew my sons and I leave our toilet seats up.

Helen quotes Ashley Mattheis who opines that the secular Manosphere thinks men are superior because of innate biological advantages, whereas the religious Manosphere believes men’s superiority is divinely ordained.  Amen!

Helen does acknowledge that Feminist overuse of the misandrist phrase “Toxic Masculinity” has backfired by making their latent misandry obvious to men.  And finally Helen implies that men are crazy for taking steps to protect themselves from now rampant false sexual-harassment and rape charges.

LOL

If those are their best arguments against men who aren’t ashamed to be men, then Feminisms’ eventual loss of control over societies sexual narrative may come quicker than we have anticipated.  Like the bursting of a generational dam, the baby boomers and their failed Feminist experiment might quickly be washed away by younger generations who don’t want to repeat their parents’ folly, but want to try something different.