years ago, even the most pro-family women in America were part of a
movement that undermined masculine authority and paved the way for
the acceptance of radical feminism.
non-feminists today express respect for the resolute Christian women
who campaigned in 19th century America for the health of
primary objective was to outlaw the production and sale of alcohol,
believing with some justification that alcoholism was at the root of
poverty, work accidents, domestic abuse, and community violence.
women called themselves temperance advocates—though their goal was
eventually ratified in 1919—and they have become in public memory
the good feminists, who, unlike their more radical counterparts,
entered public life with the goal of saving their menfolk rather than
the consequences, as we shall see, were to make feminist attack far
Feminism’s origin story about the
right to vote is full of inaccuracies and outright myths.
Popular perception has it that over one
hundred years ago, women fought long and hard for their rights,
especially the right to vote, gained after the First World War. To
gain this right, so the mythology goes, they had to battle widespread
misogynistic contempt from privileged men.
first video was Why I am an Anti-Feminist. I addressed the
double standards of intersectional feminism, which divides the world
into oppressor and oppressed, with the oppressor always powerful,
privileged, and blameworthy, the oppressed always powerless,
innocent, and admirable.
ideology promotes feeling over reason, sanctifies members of
allegedly oppressed groups; and vilifies allegedly privileged men,
especially white men, justifying discrimination against them, and the
denial of their rights and humanity.
the videos that followed, I showed how intersectional feminism breeds
deep personal and social dysfunction. It teaches members of alleged
victim groups to hate alleged oppressor groups and to compete with
one another for superior victim status and the perks that come along
status has become a much-coveted badge of authenticity and power, so
much so that countless numbers of people, particularly women, pretend
to be victims, in order to achieve the right to accuse, blame,
punish, and destroy others, primarily men. Our society in general
believes their victim claims, and law and social policy aid them in
their vengeful actions.
and a half years after that first video, things are worse today than
they were then, and the project that intersectional feminism
unleashed is further advanced. Back then it seemed the tide was
turning or at least might be made to turn. I was never very
optimistic, but now I am less so.
we are in the midst of a world-wide contagion of fear and loathing in
which mass scapegoating and the demand to be made safe have overtaken
a large segment of society, and in which the weakening of men and the
promotion of rage and hysteria are bearing their rotten fruit: today
we witness the discrediting of freedom, of reason, of individual
responsibility, courage, and decency; in their place we see the
promotion of superstition, authoritarianism, cowardliness,
virtue-signaling, and sadism.
the past year, I’ve spent more time than I wanted reading about
viral load, spike proteins, and vaccine mandates, and in that time,
one thing has become clear. Our present never-ending fear-mongering,
spiraling accusations, and demands for compliance could not have
developed without social justice ideology, which has created
majorities in the western world willing and eager to give up every
freedom in return for the promise of safety and the comforts of the
collective—and few people able to oppose the trend, at least in
some part because of the emasculation of men and the unleashing of
are a lot of people talking about our present situation, many with
more expertise than I. But few fully realize how long our situation
has been in preparation. We think that things went wrong in the last
decade, perhaps the last two or maybe three. Most of us know little
about the conditions that pertained in the past because of the
propaganda we’ve all been fed. Even our own memories come to seem
the next year, I will offer a series of videos and essays providing
glimpses into the little-known history of intersectional feminism to
help make sense of our own time and to explore how thoroughly the
ground has been prepared for our pacification.
present my findings in the hope that together men and women of good
will can have a fuller understanding of how we got to where we are
now and how we can imagine a better future. I hope you’ll find them