Media Promotes Feminist Agenda Yet Again

Techcrunch, a technology news web publication owned by AOL, recently posted an article titled 'Why Women Rule The Internet'. The main emphasis of the article was to promote "girl power" and the idea that women are more important than men as both customers and employees for internet businesses.

The article claimed that since women spend more time talking on social media networks such as Twitter, spend more time shopping online at websites such as Zappos and are the majority of contributors to websites such as Yelp, advertising companies and internet businesses should focus on women. In essence, they should ignore men. (Note: American advertising companies already ignore men. Fathers and men are often denigrated in television commercials).

The journalist also said 65% of shoppers at Chegg (a college textbook rental website) are female. She stated even though "males and females attend college at an almost even rate" women are the majority of renters because renting requires "advance planning". She claimed males are less inclined to plan in advance of events. Perhaps this writer is not fimilair with the "advance planning" required for D Day June 6th. Additionally, the US college student ratio is 60% female / 40% male. The writer did not explain why she considers this an almost "equal rate".

As additional evidence of the importance of women relative to men she stated:
"How about gaming, seemingly a bastion of men in their man caves? The titan of social gaming, Zynga, says 60% of players are female. And a survey by PopCap shows females are the majority of social and casual game players. In fact, they note the average social gamer is likely a 43-year-old woman."

One thoughtful commenter - a man - responded to this section of the article with the statement:
A) Women playing video games = Market that needs to be better appreciated.
B) Men playing video games = Men-children who need to grow up.

The author then emphasized conflicting major points stating:
"According to the US Census Bureau, women oversee over 80% of consumer spending, or about $5 trillion dollars annually. Women control the purse strings when it comes to disposable income. That’s long been the case."

and also:
"if you’re at a consumer web company, how can this insight help you. Would you like to lower your cost of customer acquisition? Or grow revenue faster? Take a look at your product, your marketing, your customer base. Maybe you would benefit from having a larger base of female customers. If so, what would you change to make your product/service more attractive to female customers? "

If women are 80% of customer spending, by definition, this means most businesses already have a large female customer base. If a business wants to grow, wouldn't it make more sense to increase their male customer base rather than focusing on women?

The article concluded:
"You could also take a look at your team. Do you have women in key positions? If you’re planning on targeting female customers, I can’t imagine why you wouldn’t want to have great women on your team. If you are already targeting female customers, have great women working in your company, and are seeing strong commerce and social network effects, congratulations. You are likely trying to figure out how to handle hypergrowth right now."

Thus, the author's main intent of creating the article was to advocate sex discrimination in the labor market. Men's employment should be marginalized because women, allegedly, are the key to business success.

According to economist Mark Perry, men have accounted for 66% of job losses during the current recession. In February 2011, The Bureau of Labor Statistics lists male unemployment as 8.7%. Female unemployment was 8.0% Yet the media promotes the belief companies should focus on hiring women.

The idea that men should be marginalized by the business world is a long held feminist agenda. Its presentation by Techcrunch is an example of the American media's female chauvinist culture.

As an additional example of the media's female chauvinist mentality, 'The New York Times' recently claimed Wikipedia is sexist because only 13% of its contributors are female. The Times stated these numbers mean Wikipedia has a culture that discourages women.

So, in summation, if 60%-80% of users/contributors/spenders/employees are female, the media claims its because women rule. Its girl power. However when these numbers are reversed, they claim its sex discrimination. The American media is full of female chauvinist crap (in other words, its full of feminism).

March 29, 2011

The Cheating Double Standard

One of the fundamental assertions of feminism is a wife cheats because her husband did something wrong. He is said to be neglectful or unappreciative or self centered. Conversely, they claim a husband cheats because he is egotistical or superficial. A wife did nothing wrong. Therefore, men - BUT NOT WOMEN - should be held accountable for their indiscretions.

This double standard is the basis for women's websites listing the names of men who allegedly cheat.

The most popular website is WomanSavers. Its database lists a man's full name, his picture, hometown and explains what he allegedly did wrong. Additionally, ratings on his character, commitment, trustfulness, and abusefulness are also displayed. Any woman can add an entry on any man. However, it is against the rules to add a woman into the database. Her character and trustfulness cannot be evaluated. As is the case throughout feminist society, she is considered above questioning. What makes this website's double standard astounding is that it references four articles which conclude there is only a small difference in the infidelity rate between the genders.

  • Intimate Partners, Scarf 1996
  • Journal of Couple & Relationship Therapy, Atwood & Schwartz 2002
  • Monogamy Myth, Vaughan 2003
  • Is Your Relationship at Risk?, Dworkin-McDaniel 2007

Even more astounding, however, is a survey conducted by the website in which 49% of women said they cheated. Another 26% said that they'd have no problem stepping out on their husbands or boyfriends if they knew they could get away with it. THIS MAKES MANY WOMEN ON THIS SITE BLATANT HYPOCRITES.

WomanSavers also has a forum allowing users to engage in discussions. Some women on the forum post excuses on why they have had affairs. They also support other members who have stepped out on their husbands and boyfriends. A few men have commented in the forum. Some have posted their wives have had affairs. Many members will defend the wife's actions, claiming the husband must have done something wrong. However it should be stated not all women defend backstabbing wives. Some heavily criticize them. Others tell the mistreated husband to stop being a doormat.

A website similar to Womensavers is 'Dont Date Him Girl'. This site accumulated a database of allegedly unfaithful men (complete with names, photos and hometowns) supposedly larger than Womensavers. And like Womensavers, adding a female's name to its database was forbidden. 'Dont Date Him Girl' has been featured on CBSNews, ABCNews, New York Times, The TODAY Show, CNN, FOX News and various women's magazines.

Since major media outlets promoted the site, many men became aware of its existence. Some discovered they were listed in the database. They demanded their names be removed from the listing claiming the women were lying. For example, according to 'OnLine Dating Magazine' one woman posted the name of her former boyfriend, claiming he cheated and subsequently gave her herpes. The boyfriend discovered the accusation, actually took a blood test to prove he did not have herpes and demanded his removal from the site's database. 'Don’t Date Him Girl' complied. The obvious conclusion of this incident: the women either lied about her story or was a slut who has no idea which man gave her herpes.

In the fall of 2010, 'Dont Date Him Girl' removed its database. This was not because the site's owner suddenly believed all cheats should be treated the same. Rather, she had come to the realization a successful lawsuit against her was inevitable. A growing number of men were proving their former girlfriends were liars.

'Dont Date Him Girl' currently has a forum where anyone can post information on former lovers. However, the same female chauvinist hypocrisy that existed in its database permeates this forum. For example, a husband posted the full name of his backstabbing wife and the sleazebag other man. Rather than gaining sympathy, women criticized him for posting the names - despite the fact there are hundreds of men's names, many with photos, already listed in the forum. Another man expressed support for the website and asked if there was a similar site listing the names of unfaithful girlfriends. He was denounced and mocked.

Besides men being able to post, the only apparent difference between the forum and the former database is searchability. There is no search tool for the forum. Presumably this significantly decreases the chance of a lawsuit because its more difficult to find information on a specific person.

Holding only half of the population responsible for their actions is sexist (in other words its feminist). Every individual should be held accountable for their backstabbing. Unfortunately, the thousands of immature and narrow minded women using these websites believe differently. They promote a cheating double standard.

March 14, 2011