His-story and Women

An argument that is often addressed to me when expressing my beliefs on the intellectual and moral superiority of Women is the following: "If women are so capable, then why have the vast majority of the famous people in history been men? How many important philosophers, scientists, scholars and so on... were women?" This is … Continue reading His-story and Women

The S.C.U.M. Manifesto by Valerie Solanas

Valerie Solanas has been one of the most iconic figures for Radical Feminists and Female Supremacists. One of her most emblematic yet controversial works is the S.C.U.M. Manifesto, which was published in 1967. Even though it's clear that many parts of the S.C.U.M. Manifesto were meant to be satirical and metaphorical, this writing masterpiece has … Continue reading The S.C.U.M. Manifesto by Valerie Solanas

Patriarchic “morality” and the degradation of the Female body

We often see men or even Women who have conservative social views and are deeply supportive of patriarchic values, criticizing Women for the way they dress. According to these people one of the main factors that make a Woman moral, is the way she dresses. They consider proper any clothes that cover most parts of … Continue reading Patriarchic “morality” and the degradation of the Female body

On Politics

Another issue I sometimes argue about with like-minded people is the relation of Feminism with politics and political ideologies. Where a Feminist or a supporter of a gynocentric society should be classified politically? The dominant opinion is that Feminism is a part of Left politics. This is because, according to the generally accepted theory, the … Continue reading On Politics

Feminism and Equality

An issue I have often came across while discussing issues related to Women's empowerment is the term "Feminism" and its relation with Gynocentrism and Female Supremacy. This is an issue that has troubled many people as there is no universally accepted definition of Feminism and we often see people giving different interpretations to the meaning … Continue reading Feminism and Equality