Western media and feminists portray Iran as a nightmare for women. Look closely, under the veneer of Islamophobic hype courtesy of feminist media, and the bad dream dissolves into one of the most luxurious, indulgent, gynocentric places on the planet.
A rather incestuous relationship between Australian government bodies, James Cook University, and radical feminist groups such as Take Back The Night has developed, with the predictable marginalization of female predators and male victims that typically accompany such things. Dr. Greg Canning, our Australian News Director, has a report on recent shenanigans in Townsville.
As the common authorities on what is and is not rape, which victims are to blame for their abuse and whether certain sexual assaults are really rape or just sorta not quite rape, feminists seem to employ a lot of double standards. Of course we all know that they have our best interests at heart when they decide who was and wasn’t raped, and their decisions aren’t politically motivated. Promise. [Illustration by Europa Phoenix]
BBC Women’s hour presents an information session on male victims of domestic violence. Well, no, actually, they don’t. They present a MISinformation session on how to perpetuate domestic violence apologia, blame victims for their own abuse and marginalize already marginalized group–male victims of domestic violence. Is anyone surprised at this point?
Obviously, without being told, you might just rape somebody by accident. Because that’s what men are like, right? Shit, without a constant reminder, that’s what you are like. Maybe you should tattoo a reminder not to rape on your hand… you know, just in case. Right? But saying that men rape that men need constant reminders not to rape, all of this isn’t demonizing, not in the slightest. Right?