There are things that I agree with about it and some, I disagree. It’s important that societies have a rational look at them amidst the emotionally charged but morally irrelevant red herrings surrounding or what philosophers call ‘the madness of the crowds’
Women need to accept the scientific variables and the data to strengthen the interests of women by separating those red herrings from the truly important goals
Feminism as a movement for political and social equity is important. Eliminating discrimination against women is important, but believing that men and women are born with indistinguishable minds is not.
Freedom of choice is important but ensuring that women make up exactly 50% of professions is not.
Eliminating sexual assault is important, but advancing the theory that rapists are doing their part in a vast male conspiracy is not.
The gender feminists lie on “Sexual Construction Theory” that women continue to be enslaved by a pervasive system of male dominance, that bisexual infants are transferred into male and female personalities, one to command and the other to obey should be called out.
Lastly, rape is not demographically representative of the male gender. Certainly, most men in ordinary circumstances do not harbor a desire to rape. Reality-based understanding of rape is needed in the hope of reducing or eliminating it.
“Rape is not about sex doctrine” will go down in history as an example of extraordinary popular delusions. It’s preposterous in the face of it and contradicted by a mass of evidence. It’s getting in the way of morally relevant goals surrounding rape, the effort to stamp it out.
Rejoinder: The fact that rape has something to do with violence doesn’t mean that it has nothing to do with sex. Evil men may use violence to get sex, just as they use violence to get other things.
Bennet Owuonda, Kenyan citizen interested and writing about #Africa #Kenya #Dictatorship
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