The time for gender equality has come and gone


The topics of ‘feminism’ and ‘meninism’ have caused waves of controversy and we’ve all seen it, whether it be in the news or on social media.

Feminism is the advocacy of women’s rights on the grounds of political, social, and economic equality to men. However, most of the time, so-called “feminists” speak as though females are superior to males even though they say we’re all equal.

Women can walk down the street in a crewneck shirt and jeans and still be harassed, followed, and generally have their privacy invaded. It’s more than just strangers giving compliments. The thing that many people don’t want to admit happens, though, is that men get this same kind of treatment. Yes, we all know it doesn’t happen as often and it’s not always as bad, but it still happens. That’s the problem.

My opinion is, though, that males, females, transgender-discrimination_53513db1e1bc9_w1500.pnggenders, and gender-fluid citizens deserve equal rights and treatment in every way. Call it what you want, anything from “feminism” to “stupid”, but I like to think of it as gender equality. No matter what you identify as, you should have the same rights that everyone else does.

More often than not, “feminazis” call out any person, no matter the gender(s) whenever anything is said that even may remotely differ in opinion. I’ve seen it happen on more than one occasion. It’s a real problem that showcases the fact that modern-day feminism is going about getting what they want all wrong.

Another problem that the gender equality movement faces is meninism. Meninists are the men who feel like equality is a threat to their masculinity. They still have the 1950’s mindset that a woman only exists to please and serve men. This is problematic because they think of women as lesser figures which could lead to them possibly abusing and/or degrading women who don’t bend to their will.

Basically, this whole thing is getting way out of hand. Everyone, no matter what gender or genders they may identify as, deserves to live a life without being discriminated against.