Taking power away from men is the ultimate goal of feminism, exemplified by the feminist motto of ‘smashing patriarchy’. Patriarchy is power held by men, and specifically fathers over their families. Under feminist ideology all problems emanate from men having power, and without male dominance utopia will be created.
However, masculinity and male sexuality are immutably linked to power and status. (This can be physically observed in the libido and testosterone male traders after making significant profits). A weak man cannot be genuinely sexual or masculine. and women are sexually repulsed by weak men. A low-level encorpera employee, desperate to keep his job and dependent upon the opinion of the CEO, cannot be masculine in the presence of the CEO.
Feminism, or ‘equality’, is thus equivalent to a slow castration of the Western man. Masculinity is not equal to femininity. Masculinity it is not being nice, or good, or beneficial to others, it is the ability to dominant (in various ways), physical power, and the ability to inflict violence. If men want to protect their sexuality, we need to protect our status and dominance in society.
A conflict is unavoidable.
(For the new reader, here is a link to the latest draft (pdf, 14/Jun/2012) of the Guide for a Young Patriarch which is based on the posts made in this blog and attempts to organize them into a consistent message.)