S o, you don't want to take our word about the strong relationship between the thinking and methodology of early radical feminists in the WKKK, and its contemporary counterpart. You don't have to.

Below are a few quotations from well-known leading contemporary feminists. There are many more than you see below. These screeds are the background structure supporting the fact-free veneer of political correctness on which American public policy, politics, campus thought, and political-correctness is so perilously based.

Mainstream Feminism -- not an innocent bystander

The beliefs of the feminists below are entirely founded in misandry. When confronted with these statements, contemporary feminists always try to explain them away, or disassociate themselves, by saying something like "Well, these are just a few of the most radical feminists, and mainstream feminism isn't like that." But when it comes to legislation and public policy, these same "mainstream feminists" sit by quietly, or work quietly in the background, while radicals pass the legislation. Many mainstream feminists justify discrimination by suggesting that "its for the children", or "its for the women". Mainstream feminists in high profile public positions nearly always oppose legislation that would bring social equality to fathers and husbands, and they oppose the creation of college "mens studies" programs that might give men an equal chance to secure equal rights in society.

One simply cannot say the mainstream feminism represents a balanced mainstream agenda given so many facts that it has nothing to do with sexual equality. Today's situation is identical to the days when "mainstream America" pretended it was not racist, quietly going along with discrimination, while the Ku Klux Klan and other radicals performed horrific acts of discrimination against blacks.

Therefore, it is entirely reasonable to fundamentally reject the policies of mainstream and radical feminism. Feminism has become the most dangerous discriminatory movement in contemporary America. We make this statement because the discrimination against men is easily provable, the political agenda is quite visible, and the historic connection of ideology and methodology with the Women's Ku Klux Klan cannot be disavowed.

We say feminism is dangerous because feminist policy is so deeply woven into law and public policy, and is so widely accepted in Washington and our state legislatures that many folks won't even take the time to question it. Where Trent Lott can be attacked for supporting segregationist policies, we make the statement that the entirety of feminism must be attacked for its wholesale enactment of deeply discriminatory policies which have created sexual social segregation in America.

What High-Profile Femininsts Believe (and feminism has not been attacked for)

Please pay particular attention to the professional position of the individuals below, many of whom run colleges, magazines, or work in government:

  • We are, as a sex, infinitely superior to men..." (Elizabeth Cady Stanton, "One Woman, One Vote", Wheeler, p.58.)
  • "All sex, even consensual sex between a married couple, is an act of violence perpetrated against a woman." .... "You grow up with your father holding you down and covering your mouth so another man can make a horrible searing pain between your legs." (Catherine MacKinnon - Prominent feminist scholar at the University of Michigan and Yale)
  • "I believe that women have a capacity for understanding and compassion which man structurally does not have, does not have it because he cannot have it. He's just incapable of it." (Former Congresswoman Barbara Jordan)
  • "I want to see a man beaten to a bloody pulp with a high-heel shoved in his mouth, like an apple in the mouth of a pig"....."Under patriarchy, every woman's son is her potential betrayer and also the inevitable rapist or exploiter of another woman." ...."for a woman, the home is the most dangerous place in the world!" .... "The traditional flowers of courtship are the traditional flowers of the grave, delivered to the victim before the kill. The cadaver is dressed up and made up and laid down and ritually violated and consecrated to an eternity of being used." .... "Heterosexual intercourse is the pure, formalized expression of contempt for women's bodies." (Andrea Dworkin).
  • "Probably the only place where a man can feel really secure is in a maximum security prison, except for the imminent threat of release." (Germaine Greer) "Men who are unjustly accused of rape can sometimes gain from the experience." (Catherine Comin, Vassar College. Assistant Dean of Students).
  • "All men are rapists and that's all they are." (Marilyn French, Author; and advisor to Al Gore's Presidential Campaign)
  • "To call a man an animal is to flatter him; he's a machine, a walking dildo." Scum Manifesto. (Valerie Solanas)
  • "I feel that 'man-hating' is an honorable and viable political act, that the oppressed have a right to class-hatred against the class that is oppressing them." (Robin Morgan, Ms. Magazine Editor)
  • " "We can't destroy the inequities between men and women until we destroy marriage." -from Sisterhood Is Powerful, Robin Morgan (ed), 1970, p.537.

  • "Since marriage constitutes slavery for women, it is clear that the women's movement must concentrate on attacking this institution. Freedom for women cannot be won without the abolition of marriage" (Sheila Cronan, 1988 Houston National Organization for Women {NOW} Conference for Women.).

  • "The simple fact is that every woman must be willing to be identified as a lesbian to be fully feminist." ( Sheila Cronan, National NOW Times, Jan.1988)

    ANALYSIS OF THE PREVIOUS QUOTE: This sentence reveals that N.O.W.'s internal goal was to convert as many women as possible to lesbianism; the ostensible external political goal being to form the large-enough base of victim-class activists needed create female-female "super-family" marriage. It also publicly admits that N.O.W.'s political goal was not to help those who are (by genetic or other substantial predilection) lesbians, but to force as many women as possible to become lesbians (or to pretend they are lesbians), or face exclusion from the feminist movement. It also admits that the dominant feminist organization no longer sought equal rights for women, but instead was pursuing an agenda that despises heterosexuality and is anti-family, antisocial, misandric, and secessionist in nature.

  • "The incest taboo can be destroyed only by destroying the nuclear family as the primary institution of the culture. The nuclear family is the school of values in a sexist, sexually repressed society... The alternative to the nuclear family at the moment is the extended family or the tribe. The growth of tribe is part of the process of destroying particularized roles and fixed erotic identity. As people develop fluid androgynous identity, they will also develop the forms of community appropriate to it. We cannot really imagine what those forms will be." (Shulamith Firestone - The Dialectics of Sex)
  • "We are, as a sex, infinitely superior to men..." Elizabeth Cady Stanton, "One Woman, One Vote", Wheeler, p.58
  • "The most merciful thing a large family can do to one of its infant members is to kill it." (Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood, in "Women and the New Rage," p.67.)
  • "Since marriage constitutes slavery for women, it is clear that the women's movement must concentrate on attacking this institution. Freedom for women cannot be won without the abolition of marriage." (Radical feminist leader Sheila Cronan)
  • "Being a housewife is an illegitimate profession... The choice to serve and be protected and plan towards being a family-maker is a choice that shouldn't be. The heart of radical feminism is to change that." (Vivian Gornick, feminist author, University of Illinois, "The Daily Illini," April 25, 1981. "In order to raise children with equality, we must take them away from families and communally raise them." (Dr. Mary Jo Bane, assistant professor of education at Wellesley College and associate director of the school's Center for Research on Woman)
  • "The end of the institution of marriage is a necessary condition for the liberation of women. Therefore it is important for us to encourage women to leave their husbands and not to live individually with men... All of history must be re-written in terms of oppression of women. We must go back to ancient female religions like witchcraft." ("The Declaration of Feminism," November 1971). "By the year 2000 we will, I hope, raise our children to believe in human potential, not God." (Gloria Steinhem, former editor of 'MS' magazine.)

Now that everyone has had the opportunity to view what radical feminists believe and have done, we trust that everyone can decide for themselves why social and civil rights is such an important issue for the "millenium male".

Now, lets go back and compare the baseline agenda of WKKK feminists of the 1880's and contemporary millenium feminists, both of which are founded in misandry:

THEN: WKKK women basically went around talking about what black men night do to them, and white men preached of the sanctity of "white womanhood". The sexually hypercharged imagery, together with economic desires of slave-owners, made widespread violence and discrimination against blacks acceptable and even necessary in the public eye. Women got what they wanted by motivating men with horrid sexual imagery about blacks, and men took up their dirty duties protecting the sanctity of "white womanhood".

NOW: Feminist women basically go around talking about what men night do to them, and many men and women preach of the sanctity of "womanhood". The sexually hypercharged imagery, together with economic desires of the legal profession, have made widespread acts of social violence, economic abuse, and discrimination against men acceptable and even necessary in the public eye. Women get what they want by motivating men and women with horrid sexual imagery about other men, and many men and women take up their dirty duties protecting the sanctity of "womanhood".

It is now incumbent on all Americans, of all sexes and all political affiliations, to right what is wrong, to do what needs to be done to stop the endless burdens placed on the taxpayer, and to do what we need to do to ensure the brightest possible futures for all women, children, and men.

"We must now grant to fathers the same right to be in the family as we have granted to women in the workplace." -- David R. Usher, 1990