The Hypocrisy of Feminsim

Roberta W. Francis, An unrelated feminist rally

About two years ago, I read a piece in Cosmopolitan, that convinced me that feminism has created a double standard on the objectification of men and women. In the article they tell readers why it’s not okay to objectify women, but why it’s okay to objectify men’s ‘bulges.’

Anna Brenslaw, the author who wrote this article, claims that “it is only fair that both sexes should be equally objectified.”

So its okay for men to take the burden of societal expectations, but it’s not okay for women? It’s okay for male Abercrombie and Fitch models to show off their 8 pack abs and huge bulging arms, but it’s not okay for a female model to show her curves and stylish figure. If boys are exposed to a He-man doll, then it’s okay, but if girls are exposed to a Barbie doll it’s not because it sets an “unreal expectation.”

Some feminist critics like Paul Watson, have also pointed out that our society vehemently objects to women being raped, but laugh at men when it happens to them.

All we ever hear from feminists is that “the definition of feminism is the equality of all sexes,” but in reality, they seek to place women over men. They constantly make fun of men, but at the same time demand that women be protected. Anita Sarkesian, the feminist con-woman, went to the UN and pleaded for the Internet to be censored so that the content would be friendly to women.

Interestingly enough, men face more harassment and violent threats than women, according to the Pew Research Center.

Similarly, the “body positivity movement,” seeks to remove the societal expectations that are being placed upon women, but there is no consistency when it comes to men. Feminist, can you please be consistent or at least be honest that you hate men?

I guess feminists just don’t care about men.

About Mark Kahanding (20 Articles)
Mark Kahanding was born in Los Angeles on July 25, 1996. Mark started getting involved with politics with Young America's Foundation in August of 2015 and has been an active member since. He is the founder chairman of Young Americans for Freedom at CSULA and after two years of growing CSULA YAF into 100+ members strong he has since stepped down. For his courageous and bold leadership, in just his first year with YAF, his chapter (CSULA Young Americans for Freedom) won the 2016 Chapter of the Year award. Mark has been interviewed by Brietbart, Alliance Defending Freedom and Young Americans for Freedom. He has also been on CSPAN He has been quoted on The Blaze, Daily Caller and College Fix. Mark has also been mentioned on USA Today, Daily Wire, Inside Higher Ed, Examiner, Breitbart and Red Alert Politics. Prior to his activism in the conservative movement, Mark was heavily involved in arts and wanted to become a Broadway performer. During his freshman year of high school he was part of an all male hip hop dance team. He can also play the piano, trombone and violin. Mark studied classical opera during his years in high school. He has performed in Carnegie Hall, Disneyland and Disney Concert Hall. Mark has been in two musicals, Footloose and Phantom of the Opera.In his last year of high school at Herbert Hoover High School, he founded an all male choir and won 1st place at their first competition in Disneyland.

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