The Fanatical Feminist

The Fanatical Feminist

Here I go again opening my big mouth, probably about to offend a lot of people, especially women.  Not because I’m being rebellious, but because I hate seeing what I’ve been seeing lately, and what I’ve been hearing lately, and I wanted to make it clear that these ‘popular’ and ‘politically correct’ opinions do not represent me in any way.

I’d like to start off by saying that I’m a feminist.  I’m a feminist in the way that I believe women should be treated fairly, paid fairly, and respected fairly in the world as an individual human being, as opposed to their male counterparts.  But, I’m not saying that women are equal, lower, or better than men… just different.    Just as the same way I don’t think people should be treated unequally because of their race, religion, or sexual orientation.  We are all different, and I celebrate those differences, but I believe that fairness, mutual respect, and compassion should be met and given based on individual aspects, not gender and so forth.

Of course, I live in the real world.. a world filled with hate, prejudice, oppression, and inequality.  I’m not blind to these issues, but I’m also not blinded by the fundamentalism from each of these factions toward, or for, each other.  I hate racism. I love people of all colors, and believe with my whole heart that equality and fairness should be meted in all colors.  But it’s not… and that’s evident in ALL colors.  Whites are not the only racists.

When it comes to feminism, I cry a lot.  I mean it literally tears me up inside when I read how women have been treated throughout our history.  Not just American history, but how women have been treated all over the world, and how women are still treated in the world.  I love this country and am glad to have been born here because I’m a woman with an opinion and mind of my own, and I’m given the freedom to express that opinion.  Had I been born in many other places, I would be stoned or tortured to even dare to express such opinions.  That’s a shame.  I don’t give a shit what religion you practice or what government you live under, if you treat a woman like shit – you’re a piece of shit and should be ashamed of yourself and hope your dick falls off.

I have nightmares sometimes about how women and little girls are molested, abused, kidnapped, forced into the sex trade as a slave, forced into prostitution, forced into labor camps, not given a voice, not given rights, and subjected to a totalitarian rule of a brutal man/woman.  It’s worse when the slavers are other women, but it happens.  I’ve been involved in many programs where I’ve tried to help women/girls flee from human trafficking or domestic abuse.  It kills me to see this type of evil in the world.  I’m not blind to it.  I see it, I do what I can, and I shed plenty of tears.  But… just because I’m fighting for women’s freedoms, for women’s rights, for women’s voices… that doesn’t mean I’m on a crusade to emasculate men in order to gain them.  This is where me and the feminist movement part ways.

I LOVE being a woman.  I celebrate it.  I love being different than a man.  I love men.  I love a lot of different things about men, and because I love and respect them, I’m not out to destroy them, demean them, debunk them, or degrade them in order to advance in this world.  Instead, I do the opposite.  I celebrate them, their differences, encourage them, strengthen them, and let them know how much I appreciate them for who/what they are… and this drives my feminist friends crazy.

I love being pampered, being adored, being spoiled by a man.  Not because I think they ‘should’ do those things because I’m a woman, but because I know they’re doing those things for me because they love me, they admire me, they adore me and want to make me happy.  I do the same thing for the men I love in this world… and this irks my feminist friends.

I love to please my man.  It brings me pleasure to please.  I love to cook for them, I love to provide the things that make them happy, I love to please them sexually, I love to make love to them and when I’m done, get up and go make them a sandwich.  (That’s the term used lately in a lot of articles.  However, I’d probably cook them a delicious gourmet meal.. not just a sandwich, but you get the picture.) I love to tell them how beautiful they are, how smart they are, how clever they are, and especially how strong they are. A brilliant mind is a huge turn-on for me, so when I see a man being clever, I compliment him on it.  A brave man willing to fight to protect me, protect the innocent, protect his country, protect those he loves is also a turn-on for me, and when I see a man who does that, I compliment him.  This is why I love soldiers, because they’re willing to put their lives on the line, and I know they’re doing it for me, for my country, for my freedom.

When I love something or someone, I want them to be happy, I want to please them, I want to see them become the best person they can possibly be and grab every opportunity in life to fulfill their dreams.  I become their biggest cheerleader, because I value them.  My feminist friends say I hurt the feminist movement by doing these things, that I’m telling men that my place is in the kitchen.  NO!  My place isn’t in the kitchen because I’m a woman, but because I’m a damned good cook and I love being in the kitchen.  I’d love for my man to be right there in that kitchen with me… cooking with me.  Hell, making love while we’re cooking would be even better.  But, a lot of men don’t like cooking or isn’t very good at it.  Guess what???  I’m not good at changing tires or oil in my car, and it’s actually a turn-on to watch my gorgeous man out there doing those kinds of things for me.  I know he’s not doing it just because he’s the man, but because he cares for me and knows I need my tires rotated and my oil changed so my car runs, etc.  A man doing things like that for me doesn’t make me feel inferior.  As a matter of fact, it makes me feel valued, precious, and appreciated.  I believe me cooking a delicious meal makes him feel the same toward me.

This struggle between men and women is a result when love becomes absent in a relationship.  When we are in love, we can’t do enough to please our partners, to appreciate them, to celebrate them, to make them happy.  When love becomes absent… that’s when what we used to do because we love them now feels like a forced chore and the roles of gender inequality began to battle.  No one thinks it’s offensive to fix their man a sandwich after sex when they’re in love, but once they fall out of love it becomes the fodder for a fight on equal rights.

In the work force, women still have a long way to go to be treated equally, but I thank God everyday how far the world has come over the last few decades.  LEAPS and BOUNDS, baby.  Leaps and bounds!  We are still moving in the right direction, but the femi-nazies need to back off and quit pitting men and women against each other.  Many of these extreme programs are fascists, not looking for equality, but imperialistic in domination.  I’m sorry, I’m NOT for that, nor will I ever be.  I still LOVE men and celebrate the differences of men and women.  YES, I will still fight for women’s rights, but not at the cost of our men.  I want men to be men, and not be afraid to be men because we live in an over-sensitive, easily-offended society bent on their emasculation.

FUCK THAT!  And if my feminist friends want to hate me for that – so be it, because I really don’t want or need their vitriol hate in my life.  If they’d concentrate on loving themselves and loving each other, perhaps we can end all this hate someday.  That’s all it is – hate.

Till next time,

~The Fanatical Feminist

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  1. Yes, I agree! When we love somebody, we should accept and embrace them for what they are, and encourage them to be all they can be, not what we think they should be. Being a feminist definitely shouldn’t be about pitting one sex against the other.

    There are indeed women who do all the ‘womanly’ things you say because the stereotypical gender roles have been ingrained in them since young, and the sad thing is they believe that woman should be subservient to men. But even from just your posts alone, I think that anyone would be able to tell that you’re a strong, self-sufficient woman who’s not bound by (gender) stereotypes. It’s maddening that some of your friends have issues with your stance on this…

    • Thank you, Sweetie. My father was an abusive asshole – to me, to my mother, and really to all human beings in general. At a very early age he tried to beat that way of thinking into my mind, forcing me and my mother to do our ‘womanly duty’, but I was rebellious even as a young child. I knew the way he abused his family was wrong, the way he abused my mother, demeaned and degraded women was deplorable. The way he hated other races and religions, the way he treated animals and those weaker than him… it made me aware of humanity at it’s most evil through his eyes, but then in all of it’s beauty despite him. I’m thankful he was the deplorable and sad human being that he was, because I’m not sure if I’d be able to see, love and appreciate the beauty of humanity without his oppression.

      I despise any man that abuses women. They are to love them, cherish them, adore them… and their women are to love, cherish and adore their men. We are to be partners, lovers, compliments to one another, celebrating our differences. We are to see one another as human, full of fallacy, full of fault, full of mistakes, but also full of beauty and love. As a woman, men are not my enemy, hate is my enemy. Disrespect, bondage, slavery, perversion… those are my enemies.

      Thanks for reading.

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