An article in The Guardian today by Martin Daubney points to why men are not entering the teaching profession and casts light on the current dysfunctional societal culture in which we now have to live. ‘Teacher trolling’ apparently is now a national pastime and some pubescent girls see capturing incriminating photos of ‘pervy’ male teachers as a sport.
Martin rightly points out that that cat is out of the bag, but he only hints at the elephant in the room – feminism, as the cause of all of this.
Feminism, that inherently man-hating, divisive, hate filled ideology, with its false narratives about the ‘crime’ of objectification of women (a particularly stupid concept – do women not objectify men then? Sexually I mean?), the evil of ‘the patriarchy’ (and be in no doubt, the current witch hunt against old men for things that happened decades ago is the outworking of this evil doctrine), and what this has spawned in our girl children today, who are being socially conditioned into entitlement and victimhood – as in a girl is entitled to overweening, unquestioning respect because girls can do no wrong and its all boys’ fault, and the indoctrination of young women into a belief in ‘girl power’.
Is there any wonder that men won’t enter the teaching profession? The next thing is men will eschew university (already around 70% of students are women) because of the rabid false rape culture that feminists are whipping up on our campuses that puts young men students at such serious risk of all of this foulness towards men and maleness.
The plain fact is that radical feminists are actively creating all-female spaces by making them toxic for men. ‘Thus the revolution is complete, sister!’ Women on top eh?
However, women in general are becoming seen as dangerous by men. Increasingly, worldwide, men are going their own way (it’s called MGTOW, and it’s happening in America now, big-style). Men are increasingly avoiding women like the plague. They’re refusing to marry, refusing to sire children, avoiding women’s spaces that are toxic to them, and spending the fruits of their labour – on themselves, finding a quality of life hitherto unavailable to men who shouldered the heavy burdens of a wife and children.
Society is becoming polarised gender-wise. Men and women are being driven apart by an upstart ideology – feminism, that, like Ebola, started in a small way back in the 1970s amongst a group of highly ideologically driven fruit-cake, mostly academic women who colonised our universities and the media, and now the highest echelons of political power, and spread and spread to infect just about every aspect of our society in the name of imprisoning liberation and unequal equality.
In future we will see men avoiding female dominated professions, female-owned companies, divorced women with other men’s children (divorce, of course, is most popular with women – women’s petitions for divorce are three times those of men on the back of the mantra ‘Get a life sister, if you’re not happy take the kids and ditch the man’).
This is the outworking of feminism: the elephant in our room. And they call it liberation.