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MeToo Women Found Guilty of Defamation

 The Swedish television program 'Crime of the' Week reviewed ten defamation cases linked to MeToo allegations over the last several years and found that in every single case, judges had sided against the women making public allegations of sexual abuse.

“All women have the right to their story, and you can tell what you want to a close circle of family and friends, but you can’t single people out in public,” lawyer Angel Eklund told SVT.

The broadcaster noted that eight women were convicted of gross slander, while the other two were convicted of libel. Six of the cases have seen a final judgement, while three others await appeals, and the final case has been referred for an appeal to the Swedish supreme court.

In march of this year,  a Swedish feminist group began soliciting donations to cover fines that were imposed by courts after a successful defamation prosecution

What this shows is that the feminist #Metoo movement had given a license for women to falsely accuse men of anything. They thought there would be no repercussions. 

As shown in an article written by feminist Caitlin Carroll, the entire premise of the movement is that women should be believed because of their gender while men should always be presumed guilty. The actual actions of individuals are irrelevant to the small feminist mind.  Additionally, Carroll's entire article promotes the obsolete feminist notion that women dont commit sexual violence.

The feminist #MeToo movement is based on gender hate rather than judging people on the basis of their actions.


May 18, 2021

Did New York Governor Cuomo Just Legalize Pink Privilege?

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that starting October 1,  businesses are prohibited from charging a so called  "pink tax," otherwise known as the practice of charging different prices for for men and women.  For example, women's hair cuts and razor blades must now cost the same as men's hair cuts and blades.

 The new measure requires certain service providers to provide price lists for standard services upon request and notifies them that gender-based price discrimination is prohibited under State law.  Governor Cuomo said:

"New York is leading the nation in advancing women's rights and this milestone marks the latest step in New York's journey to break down barriers and put women on an equal playing field,"  "By abolishing the pink tax, women and girls will no longer be subject to harmful and unfair price discrimination and any businesses who fail to put an end to this despicable practice will be held accountable."

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul stated:

 "Women and girls continue to face inequalities in many aspects of their daily lives, and it is unacceptable that they have to pay more than men for similar goods and services. Eliminating the pink tax helps put an end to gender-based pricing, ensure financial success and break down barriers for women. We do not tolerate discriminatory actions in our state, and we will continue to fight to eliminate the gender wage gap and achieve full equality and justice for all New Yorkers."

Yet, there are already businesses that are violating the so-called 'gender-based pricing law'.  Mable's Smokehouse is advertising "Ladies Night" for October 7th. They list prices for ladies ONLY. 

Many bars, restaurants and auto shops advertise discounts days for women.  Any New York business doing this after October 1st could potentially be sued for sex discrimination using  this law. Additionally, if New York blocks the law suit or tries to legally  justify discrimination against men then the state is open for a class action sex discrimination lawsuit. 

It remains unclear if Cuomo was trying to eliminate gender double standards or extended pink privilege in New York. If he is really interested in ending discrimination then a similar law should be created for the state's judicial system.  Judges should be prohibited from issuing different sentencing terms for men and women who commit the same crime.










October 3, 2020