Every time I try to challenge the arguments of the feminist ideology, I am met by a barrage of rules technology and fury from feminists. This while the amounts of "normal" people react to me and express their appreciation. Why are feminists so difficult to debate with arguments? And why are they so hateful?
It began when my first book on gender equality was published - "Man's Oppression and Women's reign". Expressen Ann-Charlotte Marteus wrote the editorial page an article entitled "Power is a sluggard." She also wrote that I have "porridge in your head". And her punch line was: "So sit down and have a cup of coffee on an equal footing. Relax. But koppfan you wash yourself. "
Strange way to argue.
Then it continued in the same style. Daniel Levin, a member of Göteborgs-Posten's culture editor, wrote: "Dear Pär Ström. I guess I should start by asking you how you feel, the issue seems somehow appropriate. " And author Catherine Mazetti wrote in ICA courier: "So welcome to 2007, Pär Ström! Arm yourself against oppression, show that you are the man, take a bite out of the butt and go out and kick somebody down! Banzai! "
A few weeks ago published my second book about gender, " Six feminist myths ", and the same thing was repeated. Though now a snap inflated. In principle, not a single feminist, responded to the book's argument - however, with a tsunami of technology reigns and reeking hatred.
Some examples: The author and journalist Katerina Janouch call me 'nation-freak "and says that I have" assfuck "women. Social Democrat Anna Bernardin call me "chief of the Swedish law accident ster and look like me at Adolph Hitler. The publisher John Klenell the Ordfront-owned (and feminist-oriented) publisher Galago call me "troll bastard". Swedish Radio assigns its website to columnist Nanna Johansson, who publishes a photo montage showing a picture of me with a big nail is about to get into my brain. And Karen Ahlquist, inter alia, has served on the committee of the Feminist Initiative, writes that I am a "little strap" that is "too ugly to take in even with pliers."
You shake your head. What a low level. And I start to slowly wonder - HAVE feminists at all, no arguments on our side?
I guess that part of the explanation is that feminism for decades has had such a dominant position in the community that almost no one has dared to express an alternative view. Feminists have become accustomed to never being contradicted. Therefore, they are totally shocked when it actually happens.
I look forward to the day you can have a serious debate with feminists on gender issues and gender equality. A debate with the argument instead of invective, sexual words and rules technology. A debate that could lead to true equality - equal rights and obligations of the two sexes.
perjantaina, kesäkuuta 10, 2011
Pär Ström om Feminism (Google translate)