#MeToo isn't about sexual harassment, it's about destroying masculinity

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'For years now it has been widely accepted, truth be damned, that women in America usually, if not always, get the short end of the stick. Turn on the television, flip through a magazine, or search America’s airwaves and you’ll be deluged with stories about women who wonder how their needs can best be met, how they can balance their lives better, or how they can deal with the myriad of problems and dangers they face. Women’s grievances dominate the conversation, and it is women on the Left who lead the charge.

The thing about grievances is they're a lot like crabgrass: The more heat they get, the more it spreads. That’s what’s happening in Hollywood right now with the #MeToo movement and its faux concern for victims of sexual harassment.

The current outcry against men in power has nothing to do with giving a voice to victims. It's about putting feminists in power.
What would feminists do with this power? Among other things, destroy all that is left of men and masculinity. Listen carefully to Oprah’s speech: “We all have lived too many years in a culture broken by brutally powerful men. For too long women have not been heard or believed if they dared to speak their truth to the power of those men. But their time is up.”'

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Perhaps #MeToo started...

... as a movement against powerful men's exploitation of their positions as it edged toward sexual misconduct if not actually went there. But it quickly morphed into a flag for feminists to rally around for the purposes of dislodging men in powerful positions (even ones who put themselves there) with the hope of replacing them with women. But notice this: most successful men are there b/c THEY are successful. THEY succeeded, and not b/c they were men, or white, or whatever, but b/c THEY had the talent and abilities to succeed.

Look at Garrison Keillor. Is a woman now going to replace him? No. A female Keillor-like woman may one day appear but she will do so b/c of her creative talent, not her femaleness. Knock down Garrison K. and you have no one to replace him with b/c... he is Garrison Keillor.

Feminists lie to themselves and think powerful men are powerful *because* they are men. That is where they are wrong. Powerful men are powerful *because* they are powerful.

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