Boycott Female Politicians and the Pink Ribbon Campaign!
by Alex Torus
There are two simple things any man can do to oppose Big Sister that require little effort:
- In any election, vote against the female candidates. Even if a female happens to be the best candidate, vote against her for whichever male is the least objectionable. Even if you are apolitical or one of those people who believes that "if voting could change things, it wouldn't be legal," do it anyways — it'll only take an hour or two and will, despite what you may think, make a difference. In a democracy, those who don't vote give their power away to those who do.
- When you're in a store, refuse to buy any product that has a pink ribbon on it. If, say, a box of tissues or a package of toilet paper has a pink ribbon on it and part of the purchase price goes to a breast cancer charity, buy the next best brand that doesn't have one. You get bonus points if you write to the company afterward to tell it why you didn't purchase its product and that you may consider buying its products in the future if it switches to a sex-neutral charity or, better yet, to a blue ribbon for prostate cancer.
Men are about half the population and it's about time we started flexing our electoral and consumer muscle.
Some men may experience pangs of conscience or feelings of guilt at even the thought of doing the above. A few years ago, before a woman with a sweet, innocent face skillfully entrapping me in order to file a frivolous harassment complaint against me gave me a rude awakening, I might have been one of them.
These men I would ask to consider the following:
- A significant number of women voters support female candidates for no other reason than because they're female. And when there are no females to vote for, these women will deliberately vote for the most feminine male candidate or for the male candidate that does the most to pander to the feminist lobby. The only way to counter this is for men to start doing the same and voting exclusively for male candidates. Politicians need to start recognizing the power of the "male vote" and to adjust their platforms and campaigns accordingly.
- It is women, not men, who have politicized disease. This old story, about feminists at an Ottawa university cutting off funding for cystic fibrosis research after learning that the disease affects more men than women, should be an eye-opener to any man who thinks that women are not motivated by malice towards the male sex (and to white males especially). And bear in mind that this is a rare case in which the haters were denounced and the story received media coverage; misandrists are doing this kind of thing all the time behind the scenes but are doing it stealthily enough to remain beneath the radar and can usually count on the Cultural Marxists who run the mainstream media to keep a lid on things when they do occasionally get caught.
Posted July 8, 2018.