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Guidelines 1-31 (short version)


I recommend that you print these guidelines for yourself and keep them handy so you can use them whenever you’re analyzing articles from the feminist news media. They can also be used when watching feminist entertainment media and even in preparation for conversations with feminists. 



Guideline 1a: Feminists’ Core-Selfishness

Guideline 1b: Omni-Deceit

Guideline 1c: Omni-Manipulation



Guideline 2a: Omni-“Oppression”

Guideline 2b: For feminists, once “oppressed,” always “oppressed.”

Guideline 2c: For feminists, if it (“oppression,” “discrimination,” “sexism”) happened to just one feminist, they act as if it happened to all of them, or that it could theoretically happen to all of them. So they all start complaining now.



Guideline 3a: Omni-“Discrimination”



Guideline 4a: Omni-“Sexism”



Guideline 5a: Omni-“Equality”

Guideline 5b: Tear down boys and men at all costs

Guideline 5c: Build up girls and women at all costs



Guideline 6a: Deny and Reverse Accuse. Feminists simply deny they have personality flaws. Then, they put you on the defensive by accusing you of having their flaws.



Guideline 7a: Feminist Media bias by uneven number of, or use of, experts.

Guideline 7b: Feminist Media bias by uneven number of, or use of, non-experts.

Guideline 7c: Feminist Media bias by omission.

Guideline 7d: Feminist Media bias by complicity.



Guideline 8a: In the Feminist Media, women may be portrayed as better than men, but no worse than equal to men.

Guideline 8b: Men may be portrayed as worse than women, but no better than equal to women.



Guideline 9a: In the Feminist Media, it is allowable to praise or celebrate only women, or to criticize or insult only men. But if they praise men in any way, they must find a way to praise women. If they criticize women in any way, they must find a way to criticize men.



Guideline 10a: Why doesn’t anybody ever say that to feminists?



Guideline 11a: Omni-attribution bias. If a man can’t get a job, it’s his fault. Feminists blame him. If a woman can’t get a job, it’s because she is a “victim” of “oppression,” “discrimination,” and “sexism,” or of not enough government enforced “equality.” Feminists blame everybody else.


If a man succeeds, feminists are quick to undermine his accomplishment (they might say he benefited from “white male privilege”), but if a woman succeeds, it’s because she did it all by herself. Feminists give her all of the credit.



Guideline 12a: Feminists get to self-define: “All women are oppressed.” But they also get to other-define: “men have it so easy.”



Guideline 13a: A 75/25 imbalance in favor of feminists.

For an individual feminist, “what’s mine is mine and what’s yours is ours.”

For groups of feminists, “what’s ours is ours and what’s yours is ours.”

Guideline 13b: For problems and “struggles” it’s the opposite, then feminists say, “what’s ours is everybody’s but what’s yours is just yours.”



Guideline 14a: Warren Farrell, “Men are biologically programmed to compete to solve women’s problems. But there’s no equivalent in reverse. Women are repulsed by the idea of men asking for help.” The goodmenproject com, August 9, 2011, “Learning to Row From Both Sides of the Boat”.

Men help women but women refuse to help men.



Guideline 15a: Selective logic and thinking. Feminists argue logically and intelligently against men, but when complaining on their own behalf, they throw their brains out the window.



Guideline 16a: Feminists use diametrically opposite starting points in a debate. Feminists assume that all women are “victims” in every situation, but that all men are never victims in any situation.  



Guideline 17a: Selective research. Feminists never (and I mean NEVER!) acknowledge an opposing argument, fact, or statistic, when their core-selfishness is involved.



Guideline 18a: Omni-complaining. Feminists can, and do, complain about anything and everything.



Guideline 19a: Omni-revenge. Revenge is a virtue in feminism.

From their perspective, they’re always just trying to balance out the universe. Because of omni-“oppression”, they feel their hatred is always fully justified.



Guideline 20a: A favorite trick of feminists is to nag, blame, criticize, and complain about everything, then deny that they’re nagging, blaming, criticizing, and complaining about everything. 

Omni-nagging, omni-blaming, omni-criticizing, omni-complaining, and omni-denial.



Guideline 21a: Feminists can be extremely vindictive.

Guideline 21b: Feminists can hold a grudge for an extremely long time.

Guideline 21c: Feminists nurse their grudges and they constantly rehearse their grudges. They remember all of their grudges against men, but they know men are too nice to do that to them.



Guideline 22a: Selective memory. They remember all of the nice things they did, and do, for you, but they forget about all of the nice things you did, and do, for them. They remember the mean things you did to them but they forget about the mean things they did to you.



Guideline 23a: Feminists love to second-guess men, but they hate to get second-guessed.



Guideline 24a: There isn’t one woman out there who hasn’t been mistreated by another woman.



Guideline 25a: Hairline loyalty/treason. Feminists can be very loyal -- all the way up until the moment they sell you out.



Guideline 26a: Self-report bias. Feminists always try to portray themselves in the best possible light, not just a good light, the best possible light.



Guideline 27a: Feminists have such reasonable standards of achievement for themselves. “She’s trying to be the perfect wife and mother.”



Guideline 28a: Feminists think all women share the same “struggles,” such as “oppression." Feminists think all women share good characteristics, such as “all women are bright” and “all women are beautiful on the inside.”

Interestingly, feminists don’t think all women share bad characteristics, such as deceitfulness and manipulation.



Guideline 29a: Feminists, liberals, and socialists see it as the government’s job to comfort the afflicted and to afflict the comfortable.

But don’t take my word for it. Here is a quote from Alison Jaggar’s book, Feminist Politics and Human Nature. Page 175.

“In both the political and the economic realm, contemporary liberals see it as the responsibility of the state to impose just burdens and to allocate just benefits.”



Warren Farrell Guideline 30a: “Men’s weakness is their façade of strength; women’s strength is their façade of weakness.”

Warren Farrell Guideline 30b: Glass floor.

Warren Farrell Guideline 30c: The Lace Curtain.



Guideline 31: "Privilege" 


March 03, 2013