Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Wilma Mankiller, The Hero That Never Was.

Since feminists love to play the role of savior of the black race let's take another trip down memory lane here and expose another one of the feminist movement's cherished racist figures.

This time we will be examining a woman named Wilma Mankiller. Mankiller was a feminist and the first female chief of the Cherokee Nation. Yes Mankiller is really her last name. She was declared Woman of the Year in 1987 by the largest feminist publication in history, Ms. Magazine.

Salon.com named her a feminist hero in 2010:
"According to the New York Times, the Cherokee Nation tripled in size in the decade that Mankiller served as chief; during her tenure, employment within the tribe doubled. Mankiller was awarded a Presidential Medal of Freedom by Bill Clinton in 1998 and was inducted into the National Women’s Hall of Fame in 1993. She was an author, a lecturer and a feminist friend and hero to many, including Gloria Steinem, who last month told the Los Angeles Times that in a just country, Mankiller would have been president of the United States."
Feminists love her so much that they even wanted to put her on the $10 bill. Quite weird since they think capitalism oppresses them. Here's CNN reporting on it:
"WomenOn20s, an organization that had been working toward choosing the best woman to be featured on the $20 dollar bill, had a vote on the top women who should be on the next dollar bill. This year, the organization narrowed a list of women down to Eleanor Roosevelt, Harriet Tubman, Rosa Parks and Wilma Mankiller. After 600,000 people voted, Harriet Tubman was the winner.
According to the organization's founder Barbara Ortiz Howard, they presented a petition to President Barack Obama urging him and the Treasury Department to make the change.
The suggestion to change the $10 bill instead of the $20 was based on recommendations from the Advanced Counterfeit Deterrence (ACD) Steering Committee, according to TheNew10.Treasury.gov."
But guess what? Wilma Mankiller spearheaded a law that booted black Freedman from the Cherokee nation who are direct descendants of the African slaves the Cherokee nation bought and sold. Quote:
"Mankiller established the law that shut out Cherokee Freedmen from the tribe, and set up a decades-long battle as the black descendants of Cherokee-owned slaves fought to be re-included." 
More on the Freedmen can be found here:


So once again, we are taught by feminism to worship another feminist woman who discriminated against black people in this country.

    Monday, June 22, 2015

    New Study Suggest Fathers' DNA Responsible for Uniqueness in Children.

    Despite the feminist movement declaring that babies are part of the mothers' bodies, a new study actually reveals that children are more influenced by their fathers' genetic and personality traits, which helps make them unique individuals different from one another. This finding was reported by Science Daily:

    "You might resemble or act more like your mother, but a novel research study reveals that mammals are genetically more like their dads. Specifically, the research shows that although we inherit equal amounts of genetic mutations from our parents -- the mutations that make us who we are and not some other person -- we actually 'use' more of the DNA that we inherit from our dads."

     The study goes further to say that we even inherit our fathers' propensity towards any ailments and mutation:
    'For the Nature Genetics study, Pardo-Manuel de Villena's team, including first author James Crowley, PhD, assistant professor of genetics, selected three genetically diverse inbred strains of mice that were descended from a subspecies that evolved on different continents. These mice were bred to create nine different types of hybrid offspring in which each strain was used as both father and mother. 
    When the mice reached adulthood, the researchers measured gene expression in four different kinds of tissue, including RNA sequencing in the brain. They then quantified how much gene expression was derived from the mother and the father for every single gene in the genome. 
    "We found that the vast majority of genes -- about 80 percent -- possessed variants that altered gene expression," Crowley said. "And this was when we discovered a new, genome-wide expression imbalance in favor of the dad in several hundred genes. This imbalance resulted in offspring whose brain gene expression was significantly more like their father's." 
    For every gene a scientist is interested in, Pardo-Manuel de Villena's team can create mice that have low, intermediate, or high expression of genes. And they can explore if that expression is associated with a specific disease. 
    "This expression level is dependent on the mother or the father," Pardo-Manuel de Villena said. "We now know that mammals express more genetic variance from the father. So imagine that a certain kind of mutation is bad. If inherited from the mother, the gene wouldn't be expressed as much as it would be if it were inherited from the father. So, the same bad mutation would have different consequences in disease if it were inherited from the mother or from the father."

    When children need health care and practitioners not finding out the link nor causation due to the frequent demonization of fathers' involvement in their children's lives because of the feminist movement, we can definitely accuse them for causing a lot of deaths and lack of knowledge for the treatment of diseases. How long are we gonna tolerate this movement that is destroying and betraying humanity?

    Wednesday, June 10, 2015

    The Effects of Parents' Employment Status on Their Children.

    An extensive study done by the Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex, reveals that when fathers are employed, the effects "were generally less important than those of mothers’ paid work. Longer periods of work by fathers when their children were pre-schoolers tended to: - reduce the child’s risk of unemployment and other economic inactivity in early adulthood; - reduce the child’s risk of experiencing psychological distress as a young adult; - reduce the child’s chances of obtaining A-level qualifications or their equivalent." 

    We can also realize how the effects on mother's full time employment has detrimental consequences to their children when it comes to their academic, professional and emotional well-being. This information clearly goes in contradiction to what many feminist based studies claim, that single mothers', or career mothers' children do just as well as children raised in a nuclear family setting.

    This is also correlated to the fact that the male unemployment rate has dramatically risen since the 60's. All the while we have governments and companies kow-towing to feminists to increase female quotas and show favoritism to hiring women. Here's the New York Times reporting on the fast unemployment rate amongst  men:
    "In the late 1960s, almost all men between the ages of 25 and 54 went to work. Only about 5 out of every 100 did not have a job in any given week. By 2000, this figure had more than doubled, to 11 out of every 100 men. This year, it’s 16. (People in the military, prison and institutions are excluded from these figures.)"
    And from year 2014 to 2015, men had higher unemployment rate on average compared to women.


    Sunday, June 7, 2015

    African Men More Opposed to FGM and Help Stop It.

    The western feminist media and academia has done a beautiful job leading people to believe that FMG (Female Genital Mutilation) is simplistically a tool of a patriarchal system that is used to oppress and control women in African nations. We were constantly told since the days of Second Wave feminists such as Mary Daly, Fran Hosken and Gloria Steinem, that men sadistically oppress their women in Africa through single-handedly reinforcing such barbaric practices. In "Female Genital Cutting: Cultural Conflict in the Global Community" By Elizabeth Heger Boyle, we observe that despite western feminists such as Daly and Hosken claiming to speak for African women, the women in African countries were highly offended and boycotted conventions to end genital mutilation. They also erroneously implied that African women were basically dumb beasts with no agency and simply obedient, mindless, drones for men:

     Here's the "Young Feminists" being reported by "The Guardian" still claiming that female mutilation is allowed and enforced by the patriarchy:
    "Forcibly removing part of a girl's vagina is a way to control her sexuality, her right to choice and her right to freedom. FGM tends to happen with the complicity of families, communities and police, who not only do not report the crime, but often try to hide it. Patriarchy allows them to do this with impunity. 
    The commitments made at the Girl Summit on eradicating FGM and child marriage, the focus on tougher laws (including putting the onus on parents to protect girls from FGM) and increased funding for prevention programmes are important steps to combat these harmful practices. But until we link these issues to girls' lack of education, poverty, marginalisation and exclusion in the patriarchal societies in which they live, little will change."

    But does extensive data and research actually corroborate feminists' claims that men, through the patriarchal model, control and approve more FGM than women? The UNICEF actually reports that, more women are in favor of  continuing the practice than men, women are more responsible for enforcing the practice, and men are more in favor of seeing the practice end, additionally the data shows that women tend to be unaware of or ignore the opinion of men when it concerns FGM. Also the data demonstrates that, girls are less likely to get circumcised if their fathers are consulted first:

    In conclusion, this is yet another massive lie the feminist movement has claimed for at least 50 years *and counting). despite the evidence pointing out that it's not primarily men driving the mutilation of African girls. But feminist not only have world leaders at their side, but also the U.N. further helping stigmatizing men.

    Monday, June 1, 2015

    Women More Likely to Prefer Less Emotional Men; The Crisis of Male Suicide

    When tackling feminist theory of patriarchy, we usually get told that patriarchy teaches men to be emotionally unavailable and lack empathy in order to keep our dominant power structure in place. Here's the famous feminist magazine Everyday Feminism expounding on that very concept:
    "And women aren’t the only ones who suffer under this everyday patriarchy. Everyone does.Because patriarchy demands that those in power conform to a specific set of rules — ones that require the suppression of feelings, and include a lack of empathy."

    When we investigate such claims from feminists, we do not find such "institutionalized" concepts, we don't have boot camps nor curriculum in academia where boys are put in specialized classes to teach them to be above women by sacrificing their emotional cognition and humanity. Sure men can judge or mock one another due to emotional sensitivity, but is that really passed on from father to son, or is it expected from men by society at large? Are men treated or perceived better by women by being emotionally available? Let's see what scientific studies say about these matters. From the University of British Columbia, professors Jessica Tracy and Alec Beall, conducted a study where women find brooding, prideful men as sexually desirable, and happy smiley men less attractive. An article from the Daily Mail reports:

            "Women find happy men significantly less sexually attractive than those                            who swagger or brood, researchers said today.

    They are least attracted to smiling men, instead preferring those who looked proud and powerful, or moody and ashamed, according to a study.In contrast, men are most sexually attracted to women who look happy, and least attracted to those who appear proud and confident.
     The University Of British Columbia study, which is the first to report a significant gender difference in the attractiveness of smiles, helps explain the enduring allure of 'bad boys' and other iconic gender stereotypes.
    It is also the first study to investigate the attractiveness of displays of pride and shame.Lead researcher Professor Jessica Tracy said: 'While showing a happy face is considered essential to friendly social interactions, including those involving sexual attraction - few studies have actually examined whether a smile is, in fact, attractive.'This study finds that men and women respond very differently to displays of emotion, including smiles.'
     More than 1,000 adult participants rated the sexual attractiveness of hundreds of images of the opposite sex.
    These photos included universal displays of happiness (broad smiles), pride (raised heads, puffed-up chests) and shame (lowered heads, averted eyes).The researchers found that women were least attracted to smiling, happy men - in contrast to men, who were most attracted to women who looked happy. 
    Overall, the researchers said, men rank women more attractive than women rank men.Study co-author Alec Beall said: 'It is important to remember that this study explored first-impressions of sexual attraction to images of the opposite sex.' We were not asking participants if they thought these targets would make a good boyfriend or wife - we wanted their gut reactions on carnal, sexual attraction.' 
    Professor Tracy and Mr Beall said that other studies suggest that what people find attractive has been shaped by centuries of evolutionary and cultural forces. He said previous studies have found positive emotional traits and a nice personality to be highly desirable in a relationship partners.For example, evolutionary theories suggest females are attracted to male displays of pride because they imply status, competence and an ability to provide for a partner and offspring. 
    According to Mr Beall, the pride expression accentuates typically masculine physical features, such as upper body size and muscularity. 
    'Previous research has shown that these features are among the most attractive male physical characteristics, as judged by women,' he said.The researchers said more work is needed to understand the differing responses to happiness, but suggest the phenomenon can also be understood according to principles of evolutionary psychology, as well as socio-cultural gender norms."

    Source: Happy guys finish last: The impact of emotion expressions on sexual attraction.

    Correlated with the above traits for sexual predilection among women for less emotional men, is female preference for men with Narcissistic Personality Disorder. These men are highly dysfunctional emotionally, are prone to marital instability and infidelity, abuse and manipulation; yet despite all that, women still find these types of men alluring and reward them with relationships, families and companionship:

    "Helping to explain why this association emerged, further analyses demonstrated that it was driven by all four facets of sexual narcissism—sexual exploitation, grandiose sense of sexual skill, sexual entitlement (Study 1 only), and lack of sexual empathy (husbands only). Additionally, although partner sexual narcissism was unrelated to infidelity on average, partners’ grandiose sense of sexual skill and partners’ sexual entitlement (Study 2 only) were positively associated with infidelity, and partners’ lack of sexual empathy was negatively associated with infidelity (Study 2 only)."
    Source: Sexual Narcissism and Infidelity in Early Marriage

    Researchers V. Tamara Montrose and Carrie Haslam of Hartpury College in England, report that narcissistic traits retain their appeal even among veterans of the dating scene, as well as those who are specifically searching for a spouse:

    "The narcissistic male does not make a good partner, but even experienced females do not realize this,' they write in the journal Personality and Individual Differences. To the researchers' surprise, they found that women 'wishing to get married were more attracted to the narcissistic male personality than those not desiring marriage ' 
    Their study featured 146 British women between the ages of 18 and 28. Seventy-six percent said they were looking to get married, while 24 percent did not. The women reported how many men they had been involved with romantically in past years: 52 percent said they had zero to five previous partners, while 7.5 percent reported having 21 or more. 
    They were then presented with 20 statements related to narcissism and attraction, and asked to rate their agreement or disagreement with each on a one-to-five scale. These included 'Confidence in a male is more alluring than modesty;' 'Male vanity is an attractive attribute;' and 'I am attracted to men who take pleasure in being the center of attention.'"

    To the researchers’ surprise, they found that women “wishing to get married were more attracted to the narcissistic male personality than those not desiring marriage.” Specifically, marriage-minded females responded much more positively to such assertions as “I am drawn to a man who displays authority” and “A man who uses manipulation to influence his success at work is attractive.”Source: Should have known better: The impact of mating experience and the desire for marriage upon attraction to the narcissistic personality

    The feminist movement needs to explain how come they adamantly claiming that powerful men teach other men to be less emotional and apathetic, study after study actually find out that women are the ones opting and preferring such traits in men. This is the mixed message men have been getting from women for a long time, yet when we claim that good or nice men don't get rewarded for their efforts, they get accused of being exactly what the narcissistic men they reward; self-entitled males with a superiority complex towards women.

    Men who are good fathers, husbands and who actually do their best to have a functioning family unit and contribute positively to society, are the ones getting the short end of the stick in marriages, suffering more of the divorces, child alienation and suicide rates Here's one particular study reported by Forbes how divorce and dissolution of relationships can lead men to commit suicide due to pressure to perform in a economic crisis:
    "Another interesting finding is that while divorce and separation are linked to suicide risk in both sexes, divorced/separated men seem particularly vulnerable to suicidal 'ideation' (thoughts and planning) and to suicide itself.
    That said, there’s still a lot of pressure on men to fill out the masculine husband role, whatever socioeconomic class one is in, and the reality is that today this classic role may be somewhat unrealistic. “There is a large and unbridgeable gap between the culturally authorised idea of ‘hegemonic masculinity’ and the reality of everyday survival for men in crisis,” write the authors. One way of taking back one’s own masculinity, they suggest, is to take one’s own life.

    The reality is that there is a constellation of variables that all interplay, and can compound one another. Men of lower socioeconomic status may, for example, feel the breakdown of a relationship more, and conversely, financial problems can contribute to marital problems and pressures. When things break down for men, they really break down."

     Source: Men, Suicide and Society: Why disadvantaged men in mid-life die by suicide

    And here's the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health reporting on how child alienation through bitter disputes in divorce courts and custody hearings, are also leading causes for high suicide rates in men:

    Model 1 presents the age adjusted effects of sex on the risk of suicide. Divorced men were over eight times more likely to commit suicide than divorced women (RR = 8.36, 95% CI = 4.24 to16.38). After taking into account other factors that have been reported to contribute to suicide, divorced men still experienced much increased risks of suicide than divorced women. 
    They were nearly 9.7 times more likely to kill themselves than comparable divorced women (RR = 9.68, 95% CI = 4.87 to 19.22). Put another way, for every divorced woman that committed suicide, over nine divorced men killed themselves. 
    These results dramatise the terrible consequences of being a divorced man in America, and lead to the question: why are divorced men killing themselves? Some analysts argue that the research community has ignored a plausible explanation for the excess suicide risks experienced by divorced men. 
    As Perrault3 and Farrell4 observe, while social, psychological, and even personal problems facing women are readily denounced, societal institutions tend to ignore or minimise male problems as evident in suicide statistics. For instance, in many jurisdictions in the US there seems to be an implicit assumption that the bond between a woman and her children is stronger than that between a man and his children.5  
    As a consequence, in a divorce settlement, custody of children is more likely to be given to the wife. In the end, the father loses not only his marriage, but his children. The result may be anger at the court system especially in situations wherein the husband feels betrayed because it was the wife that initiated the divorce, or because the courts virtually gave away everything that was previously owned by the ex-husband or the now defunct household to the former wife. 
    Events could spiral into resentment (toward the spouse and “the system”), bitterness, anxiety, and depression, reduced self esteem, and a sense of “life not worth living”. As depression and poor mental health are known markers of suicide risk, it may well be that one of the fundamental reasons for the observed association between divorce and suicide in men is the impact of post divorce (court sanctioned) “arrangements”. 
            So once again, we can clearly see another major instance of the feminist movement lying through their teeth about male emotional capabilities and how "patriarchy" is responsible for the high suicide rate among men, and not female abhorrence of good, emotional men, who are the father and husband materials, and predilection for evil men.