The Anti-Feminist: Cringe 3.0
The Mystery of the Anti-Feminist Explained
Red Pillers, Feminists, and Anti-Feminists stand as the trio of gender extremism, each wielding their distinctive positions and paradigms in the ongoing gender discourse, a landscape marked by intense contention. The discourse has grown so controversial that it is likely to hand Democrats a victory with the female vote in 2024, considering the female vote is currently the deciding vote in American elections.1
The Tiresome Trio Explained
Red Pillers utilize a paradigm where a man is his own mental point of origin, allowing him to pursue consensual sexual success with women, regardless of traditional morality2. The Red Pill paradigm also contends that Western society operates within a framework that places women in a superior social position, referred to as a gynocentric social order.
In contrast, feminists operate within a paradigm where they perceive women as oppressed within a patriarchal system, while simultaneously promoting that women are empowered. This duality makes it challenging for a society to hold women accountable for wrongdoings because a woman can be empowered or oppressed depending on whatever narrative best serves the female subject in the midst of controversy. Historically, it was academia’s standard narrative that feminism was a movement aimed at women's liberation. However, it has become more obviously a female supremacy movement in practice.
Anti-feminists, for the most part, are women, although some men may identify as such. These women oppose feminism and refute the existence of an oppressive patriarchy. However, it is worth noting that a significant portion of anti-feminist figures on social media may not genuinely hold these beliefs, and their stance may be rooted in an angsty feminine phase that will inevitably close when either 1) they experience heartbreak, giving just cause to flippant misandry or 2) they marry and have children themselves. Essentially… when she gets picked or skipped3.
Why are Women Anti-feminist?
Having spent two years immersed in the realm of anti-feminism, I've observed several motivations that drive women to actively champion this cause:
Feminine Appeal: To be male-identified as more feminine and desirable.
Concern for Others: A woman wants to help other women avoid the pitfalls of feminism they are oblivious to.
Profitable Endeavor: Certain women see the anti-feminist niche as a potentially lucrative space within the realm of social media, driven by the prospect of financial gain.
Conviction and Morality: A woman feels deep conviction in her heart to address the evils of feminism.
Entitled Resentment: Some women join the anti-feminist movement due to a belief that contemporary egalitarianism has pushed them into the workforce instead of allowing them to stay at home. They are resentful of this.
Unresolved Personal Trauma: Some women may have experienced bullying or abuse at the hands of other women, issues they haven't fully processed, leading them to align with the anti-feminist movement to cope or seek redress.