"I have been called a sexist by feminists. It's a smear, because I have strong attitudes about sexism, which I detest. I have a wife who went to work in 1962 so that I could stay home and try to be a writer, and who earned less than she would have in the same position had she been a man. That made it that much harder to survive the lean years of my writing career. I have two daughters I want treated fairly. If there's a job requiring heavy muscular effort, men are likely to do better. But most jobs today are intellectual or not heavily physical; women are as qualified for these as men and should be given the same chance and pay as men.
It became apparent that to some militant feminists, sexual interest is by definition sexist. I am a man, and I love the look and feel of women, but that is not sexism. Sexism is when a woman doing the same job as a man earns only two thirds as much, simply because of her gender. Sexism is when there are male and female workers on a job, but only the females get razzed. Sexism is when the teacher calls on boys rather than girls in class, because boys are supposedly superior. I think if the feminists got their definitions straight, they'd have a better chance of doing something about the problem."
--Piers Anthony, 1993
Why do feminists attack and bully any person they see as not feminist enough? Why do they confuse sexuality with sexism? Why do they appear to believe that it is 'us versus them'?
Take the ridiculous situation coined "elevatorgate" - a man made a pass on a woman, was rejected, and the two courteously and amicably parted. But hours later the woman takes offense saying that the situation was sexist.
This whole extremist feminism thing starts to taste like the female only "anti-sex league" from 1984. Even if the more extreme feminists aren't vowing celibacy they are truly removing themselves from the gene pool - no man would want their abuse. Oh right, as I heard shouted by activists yesterday - females can perpetuate their genes via artificial insemination. We men have no uses in society and will rightly go extinct.
I guess the crazy is here to stay.