Why feminists think all men are rapists

November 16, 2013 § 14 Comments

I’ve explained before that in order to make sense to themselves, liberal societies have to de-facto divide humanity into free and equal supermen and subhuman oppressors.

Feminism is liberalism focused on the ways in which women are generally inferior to men. It views this as a socially constructed situation which must be rectified through political action in order to bring about a state of equal freedom.

Every form of liberalism has to have its bad guy: its subhuman oppressor tyrannically impeding the march of equality. Because they are wicked tyrants they are not members of the herrenvolk: they are not subjects with equal rights, they are less-than-human impediments to equal rights. They are the problem which must be solved: the low man.

When liberalism focuses its attention on sex inequalities, men are objectively superior in the materialist ways that matter to liberals. But natural superiority doesn’t fit into liberalism’s world view: superiority can only be the result of tyranny. So men in general must be sexual tyrants: rapists.

§ 14 Responses to Why feminists think all men are rapists

  • buckyinky says:

    The feminist obsession with rape has also struck me as a willful and somewhat happy despair about the nature of men in particular. Leaving aside the fact that it is a very small percentage of men among the populace who are not repulsed enough by the action of raping a woman even seriously to consider committing it, if men are ever to use their physical power for evil rather than good, what sexual acts would you expect them commit? Plucking wildflowers?

    Yet the feminists are all in a fury that this sexual sin should exist, while denying even the concept of any other sort of sexual sin. And their fury is not even directed at the actual sin of rape, as this occurs infrequently, but at the potential sin of rape. They are not so upset that a few men have raped women, but that all men hold the power to commit such an act, even though knowing very well that the vast majority never would. It is true that all men hold such power, but you cannot change this without destroying the nature of men. Thus they choose to despair of men’s nature.

  • sunshinemary says:

    Zippy:

    When liberalism focuses its attention on sex inequalities, men are objectively superior in the materialist ways that matter to liberals. But natural superiority doesn’t fit into liberalism’s world view: superiority can only be the result of tyranny. So men in general must be sexual tyrants: rapists.

    Buckyinky:

    And their fury is not even directed at the actual sin of rape, as this occurs infrequently, but at the potential sin of rape. They are not so upset that a few men have raped women, but that all men hold the power to commit such an act, even though knowing very well that the vast majority never would.

    In this way liberalism preys upon a natural insecurity in all women. Although very, very few men will ever rape, since all men hold the potential to rape, it is perfectly normal that women should have a bit of wariness around unknown men. Feminism exploits this natural, normal wariness for its own ends.

    Also, most women on some level are both impressed by and a little bit (and sometimes much more than a little bit) jealous of men’s obvious superiority.

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  • vandiver49 says:

    I’d like to offer another perspective. That the projection of all men are rapists is a tacit admission of reality; that women are only ‘free’ because men allow them to be. Men as Rapists is simply a form of shaming to mask and/or disabuse men seeing that the agency of women is completely at the sufferance of men.

  • Zippy says:

    vandiver49:
    Your perspective is, I think, compatible with the OP. Liberal attempts to shame and regulate political (that is, power) equality into existence in a particular area arise from the existence of actual or perceived inequalities; so every such attempt involves a tacit assertion that the inequality in question exists.

  • vandiver49 says:

    You’re right Zippy, it is congruent. The question I have is why must the power imbalance be catagoried as a threat to be neutralized? Are we really no better than the Lilliputians?

  • MarcusD says:

    Digging around and found this quote:

    “[Rape] is nothing more or less than a conscious process of intimidation by which all men keep all women in a state of fear.” — Susan Brownmiller, Against Our Will, p.6

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