The Feminine Mystique - MGTOW
The Feminine Mystique - MGTOW
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This video is brought to you by a donation from Chris and he wants me to review the book called the Feminine Mystique by Betty Friedan. It took me a while to get to this because the book is over 400 pages in small print. I normally don't review books longer than 200 pages and to be honest with everyone I'm glad I read this toxic slurry fully of verbal Diarrhea so you guys don't have to. But before I read some words from Chris and then give everyone my impressions of this book let me first tell you about today's sponsor The MGTOW's Guide To Retiring on 200K in southeast Asia: Anyways, here's what Chris has to say: "Sandman, 2018 marks the 55th anniversary of the publication of the landmark and extremely controversial book "The Feminist Mystique" by Betty Friedan. This 1963 book has been called the Bible of and the bomb that began the modern feminist movement as we know it. I found "The Feminist Mystique" very challenging to get through and to be little more than non-stop bitching, whining and complaining. The author's big evil whipping post is the traditional 1950's upper middle class housewife. She blames a variety of scapegoats for the supposed plight of women including Freud, Capitalism, advertising, cultural anthropologist Margaret Mead, economics of the postwar era, women's magazines such as McCall's and the Ladies Home Journal, the college scene of the postwar era and to a degree, surprisingly women themselves. She thoroughly and viciously slams and trashes stay-at-home wives and mothers. She calls housework "thoroughly demeaning". She seems to avoid trashing motherhood directly but it seems obvious that raising children is a big part of the problem. She seems at least not directly to blame men for the plight of women but holds society as a whole responsibly, but the responsibility of men for all of women's problems never seems to be far from the surface. A good amount of the philosophy, facts and attitude of the book reflects the time in which it was written. For instance, she thoroughly trashes homosexuals and homosexuality and given that being gay in 1963 was considered a disease this would only go to figure. The feminist movement in the 1960's and 1970's really tried hard to distance itself from lesbians and homosexuality. The huge irony in this is of course that lesbians have been very active, vocal and visible in the feminist movement since its inception in the 1840's.
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