Have you heard of Lucy Goode Brooks? Aviel Barclay? Mae Menininha do Gantois? No, of course you haven’t…

A piece published on the website of Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them), the political party of which I’m the chairman, in January 2016:

Our thanks to Linda for pointing us to an example of feminist propaganda on Wikipedia today. In the section ‘Did you Know…’, on the home page, there are three women among the first five entries:

Did you know…

… that former slave Lucy Goode Brooks helped found the Friends’ Asylum for Colored Orphans, which still serves families in Richmond, Virginia, as the Friends’ Association for Children?

… that six different species of gibbon are among the animals found in Laos?

… that Aviel Barclay, the first woman to be traditionally trained and certified as a Jewish scribe, completed her first Torah scroll in 2010?

… that the funeral march In Memoriam by Jean Sibelius was conceived in memory of Eugen Schauman, who shot a Governor-General in 1904?

… that Mãe Menininha do Gantois was instrumental in gaining legal recognition of Candomblé and its rituals?

What sad lives so many feminists are leading, engaged in their ‘Women are amazing, so I’m amazing!!!’ project. Their emotional need to laud women all the time – as with their ‘contributions’ to Wikipedia content – is surely a reflection of one or more psychological disorders, possibly linked to inferiority complexes. But I repeat myself. Among many other things, feminism is itself a psychological disorder, requiring relentless denial of the different natures of men and women. It must be both exhausting and dispiriting, but that’s the choice they’ve made.

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