Claudius: I meant the militant MRA’s and MGTOW boys. I don’t know enough about MRA so maybe I shouldn’t have made a gross generalization. I forgot you were MRA.
I’m an MRA who hates most MRA’s. I’m for my people: the men. The feminists are waging all-out war on me and my people: the men. Shouldn’t I fight back against these bitches? I’m a bad person for fighting back against my enemies?
I’m not against women at all, though I’m as frustrated with them as any man. My enemies are the man-hating feminists, not the women.
And almost all feminists have a lot of anger towards men. Feminism is all about plugging into the anger, rage, bitterness, hatred, and resentment that most women feel towards men to some degree or other. It’s ok for women to feel that way. We men are pretty terrible. I can hardly blame them. But hating all of us is as bad as being a misogynist.
So almost all feminists are plugging into the part of themselves that feels anger, rage, bitterness, hatred, and resentment towards men. To say that they “hate men” is too simple. My Mom’s a full-blown feminist. Does she hate men? Not exactly. But she definitely has a part of herself that feels anger, rage, bitterness, hatred, and resentment towards us, that’s for damn sure.
Saying someone “hates” the opposite sex or some particular race or ethnicity, homosexuals, transsexuals, etc. is often too simplistic. Most people have a wide range of feelings for the opposite sex, different races and ethnicities, homosexuals, transsexuals, etc. These feelings can range from the most intense love to some pretty serious hatred and every gradation in between.
We say someone “hates” when most of their feelings towards the group are feelings of contempt, and they have few if any positive feelings about them. We can say that someone “loves” when most of their feelings towards the group are feeling of fondness, love, and devotion.
But most people fall somewhere in between.