If it looks like a date, feels like a date and passes like a date then it’s rape.
Get used to it Gentlemen. The future is grim.
Of course, I don’t mean the immediate future. Nor do I mean it will necessarily happen at all either.
But I do mean this. Whether it happens or not is up to us. Or to put it another way, it means that if we do nothing, it will happen.
Feminist Wish List
- Ever broadening definition of rape
- Curfews for men
- Compulsory DNA testing for men (and women to be exempt)
- A women’s word in a courtroom case to be sacrosanct, of higher value than a man’s
- Life sentence for sex-related crime (where men are the accused only)
- Women-only buses and train carriages.
- Bank holidays for women only
Gentlemen, have you ever wondered what life would be like in a feminist utopia (or rather dystopia, as all utopias turn out to be)? I examine this in today’s piece.
Professional feminists are pushing for ever more new laws in an already over-controlling state. These laws have different purposes for those seeking them. Government is considering them because it will help enhance their control over the public, and thus secure their own jobs. (See my earlier piece Why A Men’s Movement?) And, of course, feminists seek them because they will make men’s lives a misery while expanding women’s freedoms to an irresponsible whimsical level. (Not just selfishly, but rather stupidly as well. Women will ultimately be hit by such laws as well. But they will bring obviously horrendous consequences onto men.)
It couldn’t happen? Here are some facts:
- 30 years ago, the concept of rape within marriage would have been laughed at. Now, the definition of rape has been expanded to include the ultimate circumstance of consent: marriage.
- And this gets worse. The consent element in any relationship-based or one-off sexual encounter around 20 years ago meant consent. Now, even if consent has already been given or acknowledged it could still be interpreted as rape. If the woman changes her mind during sex and her partner does not withdraw on demand, this now constitutes lack of consent; this scenario now falls within the definition of rape. (But what if the man changes his mind but she refuses to get off? Hmm. Nothing has been said about that one.)
- 10 years ago, legally forcing businesses to take on women into management positions would also have been laughed at. Well, this is “not quite law” yet. But British prime minister David Cameron, for example, has warned companies to take more women on into senior positions or he’ll make it law. (I mean, get this. It’s not law, but he’ll make it law if they don’t conform!) In Norway, they’ve already put such a practice into effect.
- Divorced fathers now have no access to their children even if they have been granted such access by courts. (A misbehaving mother not complying with a court order is never punished.) Fathers are usually forced by the courts to leave their homes. Some end up homeless. Either way, they still have to go on paying the mortgage on the house their ex-wife who has dumped them is living in, sometimes with a new boyfriend, while she legally calls it her own. See Baskerville and Harris (both summarized below).
- Domestic violence statistics show that cohabiting women and men to be equally violent towards each other. Yet, governments and the press never cease putting out the lie that DV is uniquely male instigated. American sociologist Murray Straus has carried out a detailed and scholarly study. The magazine Psychiatry On-Line draws the same conclusions.
- Claims are made by UK politicians and sensation-seeking media there are 12,000 rapes in the UK a year, but that only some 6% of these (around 700) result in a conviction. The fact is, most of these accusations are retracted and have no evidence to start with. They are typically retracted when contradictions are discovered by police at the time the accuser is making her report — and then admitting she lied. This Home Office report put together by an organization with the rather ugly misandric name of The Child and Woman Abuse Studies Unit gives clear and unavoidable evidence this happens. (This is while the same people swerve away from making any reference to reasons in this rather biased report of theirs on rape case attrition rates. Notice how this latter report fails to even try explain the high attrition rate for rape accusations — referring to “Cases Lost” — thus implying by innuendo the accusations were genuine. And it fails to link the fact that the attrition is down to a similar number of rapes 30 years ago. Of their two reports, this is the one aimed at public consumption.)
In view of these facts, how can anyone dispute that the laws on the dystopian feminist wish list will never be put into effect?
The issue facing you as a man is straightforward. And, as you’ve seen, it’s grim. We are evolving into a new age of government control. The kind of action you face is this. You have a sexual encounter with a woman – or not – and she claims you made an unwanted advance involving sexual contact. You will go to prison. A woman’s word in this age of feminist ascendancy far outweighs a man’s. Under such a law (currently under construction by feminist groups), a rape accuser will not even be present in court. She will give her evidence over a video link so as not to “face her rapist”. She will be free from being cross-examined by the defence in order not to “repeat the trauma”. This will be part of the effort to ensure “the victim” is always believed.
And, of course, as anyone with an I.Q. above double figures can see, this set-up will make even Santa Claus or Jesus Christ look guilty.
You won’t come out for a long time. You will be mistreated there to public elation. When you are released, you will struggle to find a job. You might have to accept one well below your intelligence and which pays barely a hand-to-mouth pittance.
You will have to tell the police your whereabouts every time you budge.
The question you need to ask yourself is this. Does such a destiny appeal?
Or, perhaps one evening you want to go out to meet some friends for a serious conversation in a pub over beer and a curry. You want to discuss the politics of feminism, how it is affecting you adversely, and what you might be able to do about it. Uh-oh. Can’t. It’s Friday. Must be indoors by 7 p.m. Women’s night out only weekends.
You are travelling to work but you mistimed things today. You’re running a little late. You march your fastest pace to the bus-stop. But nothing arrives. You wait a long time. Crazy. Then you see one coming. Fantastic. You’ll soon be on your way. It arrives. And it’s not a busy one either: might mean getting a seat today. But no! This one’s for women only! Luckily you spotted the sign before you stepped on.There’s a massive fine on a man entering a woman-only bus. No excuses. Zero tolerance.
But this could never happen, right?
Here’s the result of a feminist-inspired law put into effect quite recently. A man in Italy was convicted of the heinous crime of — wait for it — staring at a woman!
And here are some books. Take a look at how the secret — and corrupt — family courts have destroyed the lives of many thousands of men by lodging feminist ideals into their procedures. It’s horrendous.
- Taken Into Custody: The War Against Fathers, Marriage and the Family by Professor Stephen Baskerville (US)
- Uncovers innumerable cases of courts flagrantly breaking the law and trampling over the lives of thousands of fathers. These are the horror stories the media forgot to mention.
- Family Court Hell by Mark Harris (UK).
- Mark Harris gives a detailed account of his own harrowing experience of the corrupt British family courts. Another horror story left out by the papers.
Yet the public by-and-large respects the family courts.
Chilling. And you’re next. Not today, and maybe not tomorrow. But one day this abhorrent utopia will stealthily take shape and steal its way into our social structures to make life for men and boys a nightmare.
You’re next unless we stop this tendency.
This is all we can do for the moment.