GOVERNMENT ENDORSED ANTI-MALE INDOCTRINATION

Collectivisation was a total disaster in the Soviet Union but Australia’s sure-Stalin-made-mistakes-in-pusuit-of-an-admirable-goal-but-we’re-too-smart-to-repeat-soviet-excesses Marxists have proven successful at high school collectivisation. Males are today’s kulaks.

Australian schools are rolling out a widespread program of “feminist collective” clubs where kids are taught that “white, male privilege” and “hegemonic masculinity” are the root of domestic violence.

Millions of dollars of public money has been piled into the initiative, which began in 2013 and has rapidly expanded since.

The first “collective” was established by Fitzroy High School in Melbourne in 2013.

According to its website, its sessions  “revealed a sense of anger and frustration about gender inequality”. It has developed its own teaching resource named “Fightback” that has since been adopted by certain government programs.

The “Fightback” package, developed by the Fitzroy High School Feminist Collective, teacher Briony O’Keeffe its main author, is the recommended teaching resource. Born of feminism, Fightback emphasises “gender inequality” arising from “patriarchy”, gendered language (for example, the word “mankind”) and “male privilege”.

Fightback: Addressing Everyday Sexism in Australian Schools aims to provide educators with accessible resources with which to address the issue of gender inequality. The resource is designed to be used as a tool to address negative attitudes towards gender equality – held by both young men and young women – that contribute to high rates of sexism and discrimination, and ultimately to high rates of violence against women in our community. As the National Community Attitudes towards Violence Against Women Survey (NCAS) notes, ‘as long as we all continue to see women as less than equal to men disrespect and violence against women will continue to happen’.

The cited resource is far from conclusive on gender inequality, however:

  • The emphasis on aggression and conquest in male socialisation may lead to …
  • The sense of entitlement associated with the traditional masculine gender role may result in …
  • Violence, or the threat of violence, may be used to …
  • The importance attached to masculinity may result in …
  • The lower social standing accorded to women may mean …
  • Some aspects of feminine gender identities may involve …
  • Gender inequalities in access to power and resources may increase …

Leftist idol Rosie Batty doesn’t buy the gender-inequality-causes-violence argument:

Sweden is supposed to be one of the safest places on earth to be a woman. It constantly tops international surveys of gender neutrality — equal opportunity for men and women.

The country is also famous for its generous paternity leave scheme, and large number of women in the workforce and in positions of power.

But all is not as it seems. Sweden also has one of the highest rates of domestic violence in Europe.

Male on female violence is a problem throughout Scandinavia:

The Nordic countries are the most gender-equal nations in the world, but at the same time, they have a disproportionately high rate of intimate partner violence (IPV) against women. This is perplexing because logically violence against women would be expected to drop as women gained equal status in a society.

Fightback is utter rubbish based on a false premise that will likely alienate males subjected to it.

Update: Gross distortion of reality is standard operating procedure for feminists as evidenced by this Clementine Ford retweet:

Yassmin Abdel-Magied isn’t a scientist, she has an undergraduate qualification as a mechanical engineer and a short-lived career with Shell. The leftist ABC has tried to establish her as the friendly face of Islam in pursuit of the leftist agenda.

 

 

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