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The patriarchy at feminism's core, part deux

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Tonight on AVfM radio is the second of two parts on a show comparing two seemingly opposite and oppositional points of view. Girl Writes What, Typhon Blue and John the Other talked last week about our most prevalent and obvious opponents – and the most common point of view of opposition to the human rights of men and boys – and we compared feminism and feminists to the philosophical camp commonly thought of as the political opposite and the natural reverse position to feminism – sometimes  sloppily referred to by feminists as the patriarchy.
On close inspection, it is obvious that feminism is patriarchy, dialled up, made more violent, less equitable, more socially dysfunctional and ultimately, self cannibalizing. And the faster this can be dragged into the light of common knowledge, the sooner we can – as a culture – get off this self destructive socially toxic hell ride, and hopefully arrange our society along lines a sane person might regard as equitable.