Athena Brown According to Pew Research, 22% of women are harassed online (in the far left category), while 32% of men are. But then my point wasn’t that women aren’t harassed.
If I’m cherry picking anything, then I’m sure you – or anyone else in this community, or in any other community, or any professor from any university, or any specialist in any field – can come here and show me how the data is wrong.
My book is free, by the way. I send it to whoever wants a copy. You’re free to scrutinize every word of every chapter. It’s copyrighted to me – Athena Brown – so you’re very welcomed to show the entire world what I got wrong.
My site and my book are both open for public discourse.
That’s. How. Peer. Review. Works.
>> The 3rd wave of feminism (as you call it, we just call it feminism) paved the way for transfeminism, for one thing.
^^^ First, transfeminism got it’s start with the second wave. See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transfeminism .
Second, I asked for 2 things.
Still waiting for those 2.
>> As for giving you an example of your misogyny, there’s no point, because it’s in everything you say!
(Okay, I guess that was misogyny then.)
>> because you don’t think what you stand for is misogyny.
^^^ Actually no, I don’t think empowering women is misogyny.
I work in mental health. The definition of empowerment that we use is “facilitating hope and recovery without detracting from personal responsibility”. That means not enabling a person towards a victim-mindset by reinforcing wrong information.
There are now more than 50 peer reviewed papers on the wage gap. Absolutely all of them – even ones published by feminist organizations – have found the wage gap to be a direct result of women’s personal decisions. That’s why in 2008, women across the country earned 8% more than men. In Atlanta Georgia, women earned 121% more. This wouldn’t be possible if this weren’t true.
EMPOWERING a woman means encouraging her to go the extra mile and put in competitive hours. DISEMPOWERING means encouraging her to feel bad and believe that things are entirely out of her hands.
This is the definition currently used in peer support. I am licensed as a peer support specialist under Oregon administrative law.
But hey, if it disagrees with you, it’s misogyny, so the entire field of psychology is also misogyny.
Otherwise, I’m still waiting for an example of something I said that was actually misogyny.
>> You say you support peer review? THIS IS PEER REVIEW.
^^^ No, telling me everything I say is wrong is not peer review.
Going through the actual links I’ve posted, and showing where they are flawed by presenting alternative evidence that is better supported by the data, is peer review.
What you’re doing now is called a tantrum.
>> Any good researcher knows that to properly research ANYTHING, you go into your research trying to prove yourself wrong. If you can, you revise your hypothesis and try again.
^^^ Right, this is the 5th or 6th time I’m saying this now – all my materials are peer reviewed.
We have deliberately gone through them and tried to find errors and mistakes. So far, we’ve straightened out most of the data, and cannot find any further errors. What you see on 4th Wavers now is correct based on the facts and evidence we currently have.
If you find something wrong, you can show me where it’s wrong, and present an alternative case better supported by data.
OR – keep telling me all the peer reviewed data is still cherry picked, just because you say it is, and that I’m a misogynist “just because”. I’m sure you will, despite having just explained to you what empowerment actually means (at least from a mental health standpoint).
>> Those poor boys. Raped a girl and it ruined their lives. Women don’t lie about being raped.
^^^ In 1985, Charles P. McDowell conducted a study of 1,218 rape reports filed in the US Air Force.
Of these, 460 were found to be proven by legal standards, but 212 turned out to be false allegations. And this time, the accusers actually gave their reasons! 20% claimed they did it out of spite or revenge, another 20% claimed it was to compensate for feelings of guilt or shame, 13% said they thought they might be pregnant, 12% said it was to conceal a love affair, and the remaining had various other reasons.
You can see the study here: http://www.mediaradar.org/mcdowell_kanin_credible.php
Now, you can look through that study, meticulously do the research, find the errors, and present those errors (we’ve done this and couldn’t find any)
– or –
You can NOT do that, and keep calling me names. Whichever one’s easier.
Transfeminism – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Transfeminism, also written trans feminism, has…