If you’ve thought you have seen it all when it comes to feminism, well you haven’t.
This by far is the biggest ‘WTF?!’ moment the left and their women will give you.
Apparently ‘toxic masculinity’ is the reason for terrorism.
And whom is spewing this man-hating language?
Janey Stephenson wrote the article titled, ‘It’s not Muslims or people with mental health problems who are most likely to kill you in a terrorist attack – it’s men’.
Get ready to read some whacky sh*t…
Mass male violence is everywhere right now. First it was Orlando. Then Nice. And Bavaria. Munich. Kabul. Fort Myers. Sagamihara.
As each massacre is reported, ministers and media leap to unpick each individual attacker’s motivations. Immediately, the snap judgments come out: if they were brown, they were a terrorist. If not, they were mentally ill.
Further probing exposes then their beliefs and contradictions: the Orlando murderer Omar Mateen worked as an armed guard for security firm G4S for nine years; the Sagamihara murderer worked at the care home he targeted but apparently believed disabled people should be euthanised.
As the attacks mount up, the individual profiling descends into morbid freefall and we overlook the most basic commonality: these crimes were all committed by men. In fact, almost all mass murders are committed by men. This is no coincidence.
Yeah, she actually wrote that and we don’t think she is joking.
I will not name these vile, violent men – not just because this would give them the recognition they wanted, but because it’s unhelpful. Instead, we need to name the real culprit: toxic masculinity.
Toxic masculinity is what entitles a man to take a weapon and take other people’s lives in the name of his values.
It seems this feminist couldn’t find anything else wrong with Islam, except their ‘toxic masculinity’.
You know because female genital mutilation, gender segregation, honor killings and punishing women for being victims of rape aren’t real issues with Islamists.
So what exactly is ‘toxic masculinity’?
According to Stephenson: The easiest way to think of it is to imagine the military. After all, soldiers are paid mass murderers. Different wars, same tactics.
Sorry Janey, but there is a serious problem with your logic there.
Comparing our military men (and women, can’t forget them) to terrorists whom strap bombs on themselves to blow up little girls at an Arian Grande concert is INSANE.
One can hardly say that they are one in the same.
If we want this violence to stop, we need to address the root cause and its everyday manifestations before they escalate. These men were not extremists existing outside of society; they are products of it. They were men drunk on the entitlement that patriarchal cultures serve them.
They did not impulsively decide to go out and murder large numbers of people; they were fired by a deep, burning desire for control.
Make it stop!!
Janey, your man-hating is showing and it’s disgusting.
But she not only hates the men, she also blames CONSERVATIVES.
Toxic masculinity finds expression in aggressive fear politics that divides and breeds hate; and as more right-wing, controlling governments take power, we only fuel the fire.
Read more: UK Independent
So there you have it.
Islamists aren’t to blame for terrorism.
‘Toxic’ masculinity is, because the military and conservatives.
According to Clash Daily: Janey Stephenson is completely wrong.
It’s the way that Islamists interpret verses in the Koran to make terrorist acts not only acceptable, but an imperative for devout Muslims.
Oh, and riddle me this, Janey — how does Tashfeen Malik, the woman in the San Bernardino terror attack fit in with your little hypothesis? How ‘toxic’ was her masculinity?
Or is it that you’re just a cis-gendered feminist assuming the gender identity of the terrotists?