Misogyny in Disguise

Full Length of Two Adult Woman Standing Side by Side with Hands on Hips in Separate Lanes of Outdoor Running Track – Two Friends Sizing Up Competition

 

Women today are being discriminated against more than I’ve ever seen in my lifetime. And this sexism and sex discrimination against women comes in the name of transgender equality. You have to admit it- the Far Radicals have really outdone themselves this time.

They came up with a brilliant, totally ingenious way to disenfranchise women and girls. This form of bullying of the female sex is as on the sly as we’ve ever seen. I’ll never accuse evil of not being inventive. What better way is there to put women back in their place without most even realizing it then to shout equality for transgenders?

And the reason few people realize what is happening is because most people have lost their ability to think critically and to listen to their intuition.

This is not all. The Radical Left have also backed countries like Iran- where it is customary to brutalize women, even through they claim to be champions for women’s rights. They support countries where women are stoned to death if even accused of being unfaithful to their husbands. Just watch the movie, “The Stoning of Soraya M” and you’ll see that this is true.

If you’re for equal rights for women then you’re for it one hundred percent- across the board! You can’t be for women’s rights and at the same time, back countries and people who brutalize women and if you think you can, you only prove yourself a hypocrite.

But get this! The Left also touts being champions for the rights of the LBGTQ community, yet they back countries like Iran- where people have a long history of throwing homosexuals off the tops of tall buildings.

If you’re for equal rights of the LBGTQ community, you’re for them one hundred percent- across the board. You cannot claim to be for LBGTQ rights and, at the same time, support countries and people who believe in killing them. Again, if you do, you’re only a hypocrite who talks out both sides of your mouth.

Actions speak louder than words. And, I’ll say again. The problem with so many people today- especially people who fall for the hypocritical arrogance and lies of politicians, is that they let euphemisms, pretty words, and fancy, eloquent speeches beguile them. They take words for genuineness without taking the time to pay attention and see if the body language and actions match their politicians’ words.

And they let words influence them because they’re ruled by their emotions, with those emotions being mostly intense anger, bitterness, jealousy, and hatred. The Left knows that when people are eaten up with these toxic emotions, they lose the ability to think clearly and to make healthy decisions. That’s what they count on.

But a person who remains calm and keeps a level head can see the discrepancies clearly.

It’s sad that women and girls are getting the shaft in this day and time, a century after the Suffrage Movement and sixty years after Women’s Lib. Instead of making progress, we seem to be going backwards now. Thankfully, a few states have exercised their Popular Sovereignty and saved women’s’ and girls’ sports in their states.

Don’t get me wrong, I have nothing  against the transgender community. I believe that we should all be permitted self-determination and to be able to live however makes us happy. And I agree that we should treat transgenders with kindness and humanity. However, transgenders in women’s and girls’ sports only put biological females at a severe disadvantage. This is because transgenders still have the muscle mass, bone density, weight, and height of a man regardless of whether they still have the genitalia.

And if I had a teenage daughter on a boxing team, I could not risk her getting her brains beat out by someone who was once a biological male.

My point is this. If you’re going to promote equality for a disenfranchised group like transgenders, make sure that you don’t end up disenfranchising another group like biological females in the process. When one groups’ rights get trampled in the name of “equality,” then it’s not equality because a power imbalance still exists.

What it is, is taking all power from one group and handing it over to another. And, in this case, it’s only a sneaky and sly form of misogyny.

28 thoughts on “Misogyny in Disguise

  1. In focusing on keeping the level of competition level and balanced, there need to be guidelines in place protect women’s athletics. Fairness of competition is paramount. Each state’s high school athletic associations as well as the respective college governing associations must have well-defined guidelines to insure the fairness of competition.

  2. Yes thank you for calling out this poorly disguised agenda! You are spot-on and I feel sorry for the girls in sports. It is so not fair and so wrong.
    Women and girls are being targeted in this. As usual.

    • You’re so welcome! Too many people are too afraid to call this out because they risk being cancelled. I’m not afraid and if they cancel me, then they’ll just have to cancel me.

      And You’re so right! Females are being targeted, if only indirectly.

  3. I think women have the right to choose what they can and cannot do with our own bodies. In India, some women are treated like baby-making machines. Forced into arranged marriages with dowries that the woman has to pay.

    • Arranged marriage and being forced to conceive before a woman is ready isn’t right at all! Dowries are also unfair because the woman already has to give up her life figuratively. My heart breaks for women who are in these kinds of situations.

      • Yes. There are too many woman around the world who have no rights or very few. The basis that the powerful in their countries(mostly men) give is that those in power know what is best for these women. There are more vile acts against women like molest, rape and female genital mutilation around the world, where there is no proper recourse. Honestly, if the U.S. had to wait until all these countries treated their women right, there would be few allies. Misogyny is a huge problem in my opinion.

        • I agree wholeheartedly. When the Bible said that the man should have dominion over the woman, after Eve ate the forbidden fruit, it did not mean the man should brutalize her. Though it seems that the patriarchy of the world just took that and ran with it! It’s both sad and appalling!

  4. Absolutely. It is terrible when the woman’s abuser lives in the same home. And that the marriage vows force the woman into submission instead of requiring the man to love and protect. Or that the powerful patriarchy in a country labels a woman who is asking for her rights over herself. All this when women are 50% of the world’s population🙁

    • I couldn’t agree more. If I were in that predicament, I’d want to just RUN! Just run away to another country- anything to get out of that hell. I’d want to so badly. And I can imagine that the poor women who are in that awful situation want to leave too!

      • I honestly wish that governments in all those countries could be forced to make sure that they treat their women well. It is largely a problem without a loud voice and lacks powerful consequences. At the core, religions require women to be treated kindly but the patriarchy twisted all these religions for their own convenient ends. Oh well, thanks for engaging in this discussion, Cherie🙂

  5. Well said…I agree 100%. How many transgender men compete in men’ sports? Any? They would be fools to do so knowing they would be at a bad disadvantage to biological males. It is just common sense that biological women are disadvantageous in having to compete with transgender women. It’s crazy that people can see it as fair. But then, it seems as if a good portion of our country (and the western world) has gone off the deep end. The question is, will we be like lemmings and follow them off the cliff?

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