Lauren Southern – Why I Am Not A Feminist
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[Lauren Southern – Why I Am Not A Feminist]
[Lauren Southern (Rebel Contributor):] Source: LYBIO.net
Hello my name is Lauren [Southern].
A few years ago I uploaded this photo of myself holding a say saying:
I DON’T NEED FEMINISM BECAUSE I BELIEVE IN EQUALITY – NOT – ENTITLEMENTS & SUPREMACY
To my surprise the photo is shared all over the internet from BuzzFeed and even on Time Magazine.
I got a lot of support for the photo but I also got a lot of hate and criticism.
Most of that criticism from feminists who claimed I did not know what the word feminism means because feminism is actually movement for equality.
So today I want to speak to those that feminists and explained why I’m still not a feminist and my Third wave feminism is not in fact a movement for equality.
I want to start by asking question: if feminism is a movement for equality; why do we not see equal representation of both genders issues?
And why do we not the feminists complaining about benefit that women have over men in certain situations.
I bet very few people watching this video right now know that around 100,000 to 140,000 males are raped annually in US prisons. This is more [males] rapped than females in the US annually. Yet feminists remain silent on the issue.
Almost half the domestic abuse victims in the US and Canada are men. Yet there are no safe houses for them, no court advocacy programs, no subsidized counseling or legal care like woman; despite being half the victims they’re basically ignored.
Men makeup eighty percent of suicide victims, ninety-two percent of workplace deaths, ninety-seven percent of combat death and seventy-seven percent of homicide victims.
Men are objectified. Men are rapped. Men are mistreated. Men are held to ridiculously high societal standards – just like women.
Yet, feminists continue to place this blanket judgment over all men that their all privileged and all-women that they’re all oppressed.
Yet, as a woman I will almost always win custody of children in a divorce case.
[Lauren Southern:] Source: LYBIO.net
I will receive less than half the sentence as man does for the exact same crime and actually have my rape and assault accusations taken seriously and I won’t be laughed at for not being manly enough.
With one quick Google search I can find a Safe House in my area
if I have been in an abusive relationship.
As a woman, I am more likely to get a government or military job despite qualifications just to fill a quota due to affirmative action.
And I am also more likely to get into university because of my gender.
So, if feminism really were a movement for equality – you would see feminists rioting about the 140,000 men raped; you would see them questioning the fact that women get less than half the prison sentence a man does for the exact same crime.
Yet we do not see equal representation of men’s and women’s issues.
Despite popular belief feminism is not in fact a synonym for equality.
I’m not trying to say that men have more issues than woman.
My point is that both genders have issues and to argue that feminism is a movement for equality and doesn’t just represent one genders issues is quite frankly ridiculous so this is why I’m not a feminist.
I’m not a feminist because I believe that both genders should be treated equally and both their issues should be addressed.
I’m not a feminist because I believe I should prove that I am worthy of a job rather than having it given to me to fill a quota.
I’m not a feminist because feminists are unintentionally creating a world of reverse-sexism that I don’t want to be a part of.
[Lauren Southern:] Source: L Y B I O . N E T
So I will stick to promoting equality and justice rather than a faux form of equality under the label of a gender bias word: feminism.
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