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A real mom - 2015An Open Letter To Men From A Real Woman

Dear Men,

Everyday there’s news/outrage about the latest female tragedy, the “war on women” the #SJW feminist women, the body-shaming women. Then there’s “rape culture” and “male privilege,” and “micro-agression.” Seems to me, if you’re a man in this world, there’s nothing you can do right. If you tell a woman to smile, you’re a sexist. If you tell a woman she’s pretty, you’re reducing her to just her looks. If you tell a woman she’s smart, you’re a sexist for being surprised that she’s smart and more than just her body. If you vocalize that you think a hot woman is hot… oh geez. Bar and lock the doors, the feminists will stab you with their steely knives.

Well as a woman (yeah, it’s Courtney Kirchoff here, not Steven Crowder), here’s something you need to know: women love men. For being men.

Fathers and Equality - 2015-16Okay, several feminist keyboards have been reduced to dust. Chicas are hammering their keys like the old cavemen hammered their women before dragging them into the cave. Oh that right there? Joke. I know you feminists don’t think it’s funny. Nothing to you is funny. That’s why it’s funny.

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Yes, I know you’re out there, SJW feminists. You’re going to call me a bitch. You’re going to call me a sell-out. You’re going to say I’m an ignorant this, that, and plenty of other four and five letter words because I dared to write “women love men,” despite the glaring proof women do love men. Proof? The perpetuation of the species. You know, men and women getting together, doing the deed, having and not aborting their babies. I can hear you all yelling, PATRIARCHY” and “RAPE,” out there. Yell and scream and stomp all you want. I don’t care. Background noise.

This letter is for the men who go out and do. Who build, who create, who pursue excellence, who make the world a little better by being unapologetic MEN. I’m not talking to the jerks and the creeps. They get too much attention and they do NOT represent all men. Okay? Okay.

Sorry guys, I had to address those harpies first, because they’re shrill and annoying. Where was I? Right, women love men.

Millions of women, myself included, celebrate you guys for being dudes. We may joke about how you annoy us with your one-thing-at-a-time focus, but we love that too. Life is simpler and better with you in it. We love how you say what you mean. You’re uncomplicated, straightforward, and easy to talk to. And we usually don’t have to issue disclaimers before we do speak with you…so thanks for that.

We appreciate that you want to protect women. Despite what all the feminists say, millions of us know you care for women. We know you would pound a punk into the ground if he tried messing with us. We know you love children and want to protect them. We know you want to call your daughters “princesses,” and you’re not being patriarchal when you do.

We celebrate your ambition. One of my favorite qualities in a man is his drive to be his best. He likes to take risks because he likes to push his limits and test his strength. He likes to be challenged both in his career and in his personal pursuits. Every day he is working to better himself to be a greater man than he was before.

We love your competitive drive. Women might mock you for needing to “out do” the other guys, but *this* woman at least, enjoys it. What’s life without a little competition? Thanks for the sarcastic back and forth, for trying to one-up your buddy at the gym. Rock on. We’ll watch and cheer you on. But you better win…

We love your self-deprecating humor and how you want to make us laugh. This one should be self-evident, but sadly it’s not. Even when we don’t want to be cheered up, you still try. You’re a soldier who loves his woman. Even if your woman gives you “the look” I’d like to think that deep down she’s not plotting to smother you with a pillow when you snore; she’s appreciating your good humor. Okay, maybe she wishes you didn’t snore so much. Hey, she’s human, too.

Oh SJWs, give it a rest. Are all men like the ones I’m describing? No. But a lot of men are, and not everything is about you and your micro-agressions and fat-shaming. Stop taking up all the attention, this shouldn’t be about you.


We love how you pursue us when you like us, and we like you. Three feminist’s brains just exploded right there. Yes, men, we LIKE IT when you call us. We like it when you show us how much you care for us by actively pursuing us, even when you have us (7 more feminist brains have exploded). We like it when you open the door and treat us like queens. We like it when you make the plans, when you have direction.

So guys, when you’re constantly bitch-slapped by the loud, modern feminists for “man-spreading,” or whatever other new term they’re going to pull out of their uptight butts, know that millions of women cherish you for exactly who you are: Men. The world is a better place with men in it. Yes. I WROTE THAT. Millions of us support you. We support your careers. We support your choices. We love you for being masculine, and we celebrate you for it.

Now go chop some wood and make us a fire.

~Written by Courtney Kirchoff
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Source: Screw Off, Feminists: An Open Letter To Men From A Real Woman


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14 thoughts on “Screw Off Feminists

  1. Nice letter, but I don’t have a competitive bone in my body and consider competition an imposed behavior and not a naturally masculine one, I couldn’t care less about a career or success or outdoing anyone, and unless a gal is making it worth my while and then some, she can build her own fire. I see as much gender stereotyping in this as in your average feminist outburst, a daydream of what women want us to be and what men unnaturally strain to be despite themselves to please women. Take us as we are, please, not as you think we ought to be. God knows we have to do that for you.

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  2. When students at the University of Toronto gathered to hear a talk about male suicide, they were met with screaming feminists who shouted abuse in their faces, pulled fire alarms and other wise acted like spoiled children refusing to share their toys. Another student at Durham University in the UK, attempting to cope with the suicide of his friend, was refused the opportunity to create a society for other men struggling with emotional issues, on the grounds that allowing men space to gather was ‘controversial’ and akin to promoting ‘white rights’. All across Australia, the UK and Canada, men gather in what are known as ‘men’s sheds’, where they often engage in woodwork, bicycle and vehicle repairs, gardening, milling and furniture restoration. Men gather to engage their minds and bodies in a task, and to share some of the emotional difficulties they experience – difficulties that are often met with mocking or dismissal from the wider culture. These sheds are credited with providing men critical, life-saving emotional support in a way that men are comfortable with, and enjoy. Men and women prefer different kinds of emotional support, and both are placed into double binds when it comes to how they express themselves. Women are encouraged to openly share their emotions, and then are accused of being too emotional. And according to author and grief counsellor Tom Golden, ‘men are shamed by women and men alike when expressing their hurts and articulating their needs, but once shamed into silence men are again shamed for their failure to communicate’. The double bind for men is often described as ‘toxic masculinity’, although ‘toxic femininity’ receives scant mention. Golden goes on to explain that there are four reasons men prefer to communicate while partaking in activities, such as those offered by men’s sheds. Men’s pain is culturally taboo, making the expression of that pain without support very difficult. A woman crying alone in a restaurant is likely to elicit compassion, while a man crying will be more likely to elicit disgust. This powerful taboo means that men prefer a pretense (woodworking) to gather, even though the point of the gathering is to express their pain. The woodworking negates the taboo aspect of the discussion. Men feel they have a duty to protect others, but not to expect protection for themselves. Only when men are in groups together do they have the expectation of protection. The brotherhood between soldiers, firefighters, other groups of men who protect one another creates a way out of the bind that by needing protection, men forfeit their right to protection, because real men are protectors, not the protected. All humans exist in a dominance hierarchy. Women will behave aggressively towards peers they feel are ‘too sexy’, and men, similarly, compete with one another on their talents and abilities. Activities in all men groups offer men the opportunity to establish their talents and determine their rank, and from that position, assistance is rendered. When men know where they stand, they can admit that standing is difficult. Women ‘tend and befriend’ with greater ease than men because they have the bonding hormone oxytocin in greater quantities, amplified by estrogen. Simple biological differences between men and women create different flight or fight profiles. When men cooperate in physical spaces with one another, the tendency for testosterone to negate the effects of oxytocin is mitigated – behaving in a friendly manner with one another creates the conditions for more ‘tending and befriending’. Spaces for men are not dependent on ‘privilege’ or ‘entitlement’. Spaces for men reflect genuine biological differences in how men interact with one another and how they communicate and support one another. Spaces for men are ‘controversial’ only because the idea of men being vulnerable, and needing the support of one another is controversial. It shouldn’t be.

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