Women. And that kind of language, that has no implications? "We're not blaming men, we...
The omnipotent, ever present patriarchy. The invisible force that directs all of our lives and causes all oppression and all suffering, our Devil. And the beautiful, wonderful, force for justice, Feminism, the way. It's the way. It sounds like religion. It sounds like religion. And oh my goodness- for a movement that's only about equality, and isn't blaming of men, they named the force for evil after men, and the force for justice after women. And this being a movement that is very very concerned with the implications of language. So concerned that if you call a firefighter a "fireman", it will discourage little girls from aspiring to be firefighters, and sometimes discourage grown women from aspiring to be firefighters by calling them "firemen", but we can call the force for all oppression, we can call that essentially men: Patriarchy. Right? And we can call the force for good and justice: women. And that kind of language, that has no implications? "We're not blaming men, we just named everything bad after them."
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Timestamp in movie: 01:39:35
Uploaded: 19 March, 2022
Summary: The Red Pill chronicles filmmaker Cassie Jaye's journey following the mysterious and polarizing Men's Rights Movement. The Red Pill explores today's gender war and asks the question "what is... Read all