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Feminist who blogged “all PIV sex is rape” now feels “threatened” because MEN read her blog

February 10, 2014

You can’t get much more into man-hating feminism than this:

Just to recall a basic fact: Intercourse/PIV is always rape, plain and simple.

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If we look at the act in more detail (skip this parag if you can’t take it), PIV is a man mounting on a woman to thrust a large member of himself into her most intimate parts, often forcing her to be entirely naked, banging himself against her with the whole weight of his body and hips, shaking her like he would stuff a corpse, then using her insides as a receptacle for his penile dejection. How is this a normal civilised, respectful way to treat anyone? Sorry for the explicit picture, but this is what it is and it’s absolutely revolting and violating.

Ooh, it’s so awful! “Large member…banging himself against her”…forgive me for daydreaming.

The upshot of this post, by a gal who blogs under the name “Radical Wind,” was that some “manosphere” bloggers got “radical wind” of it, as it were, and the post ended up with 85,000 hits in one day. If a post of mine got 85,000 hits, I’d be in blog-hog heaven, but not our friend Radical Wind. She now lives in terror:

When men view our blogs in such large numbers, it’s a threat. They’re not just looking at it, they view it with the intent of harming radical feminists and women in general. They do it to collect information so they know what next to do to prevent women from going there. They batter radfem work in public for all women to see and show the result of their verbal and written battering as an example of what will await women if they do, think or say the same. They write nasty and threatening comments, that in order to trash, I have to read at least a few words of. Even though it doesn’t hurt my feelings, they are still harmful and inevitably affect my thoughts.

85,000, that’s the maximum number of views I had in one day a couple of weeks ago when the liberals and MRAs circulated my PIV blogpost for punishment. Unlike a normal blogger, attracting 85,000 hits isn’t something I want to celebrate. It’s threatening: you know they’re after you, it only means you’ve hit men’s radar and you have no idea what they plan to do. Will they attempt to hack into my blog? Will they try to find info about me? The kinds of thought this leads me to is 85,000 men going after me in real life. Probably a bit less if you discount the women. If that happened, how on earth could I hide from tens of thousands of men?

Here’s a clue, Radical Wind. The U.S. has a population of 300 million. I wouldn’t worry. You could, of course, enroll at Wellesley, where your equally terrified sisters have deemed a statue of a man to be a rape threat.

Posted by Charlotte Allen

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9 Comments
  1. Let’s say she’s right. How is what she’s bemoaning and fearing wrong? Society should force “her” kind to live in terror…if we’re going to extend the hand-out of letting her kind live at all.

  2. lib permalink

    And rejecting the male desire to invade your own body is “man-hating” how?
    What a ridiculous reversal!

    • Steve permalink

      Choosing to reject the possibility of a man penetrating your OWN body is absolutely your prerogative, and nobody should be making her feel bad about that.
      But to say that every woman who has ever chosen to let a man inside her (or, depending on their perspective, maybe some of those ladies prefer to think of it as using a man’s member for their own enjoyment and gratification) is the victim of a sex crime is a gross misunderstanding of the nature of sex crime.
      Apart from anything, she clearly thinks that any woman who wants “PIV” is *mistaken* in their own understanding of what they want. That’s incredibly patronising. Of all the (approx) three billion women in the world who’ve chosen to take part in PIV – and about whom she knows basically nothing – she thinks SHE knows what THEY want to do with THEIR bodies BETTER than they do.
      And THAT deserves ridicule.

  3. ‘And rejecting the male desire to invade your own body is “man-hating” how?’

    Individual choice is not at issue. The article’s description of the very act that bought (almost) each and every one of us into existance as “unnatural” is, in the article’s context, either man-hating or undeniably ignorant. My money is on the latter.

  4. Matthew Chiglinsky permalink

    All sex is rape? And? So what? Is that a bad thing?

    http://agalltyr.wordpress.com/2015/02/09/rape-is-as-natural-as-murder-and-theft/

  5. geocedille permalink

    I confess I am part of the 85.000 hits, and not only once, since I show her blog to all my buds. And yes, the poor darling is right! It hits men’s radar for sure : We all laugh so mutch reading that crap! That’s why it went so viral. It’s the best online joke since the invention of the internet. You are falling asleep during a boring diner? Just say “anyone knows the All PIV is rape blog? !” and I garanty the rest of the evening will be one of your most enjoyable social entertainment ever. Try it.

    She feels fear? Ridicule does not kill.

  6. Steve permalink

    So, her argument is that a rapist is doing something no worse than a man having sex with a woman who’s well-up for it? If I were a feminist – oh wait, I am – that’s not a message I’d want to put out there.

  7. @geocedille Couldn’t agree more. I found it late and literally almost fell out of my chair laughing. No joke. Almost every line had us laughing and when we got to the bit about sex being dehumanising I laughed so hard that I found myself leaning over the armrest with my head almost on the floor, the chair creaking under the strain.

    I have to admit, the girl can write. It may not be what she intended, but she has a talent that can be developed. If she puts her mind to it.

    She inspired us – click our name to read the artcile we wrote in response at the time.

  8. NoikoYen permalink

    Damn statues are always giving people a hard time with their leering gazes, often naked bodies, and inability to move, think, breath, or influence the world around them.

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