I think there should be laws similar to those in Germany today that outlaw selling Nazi memorabilia, or giving a Nazi salute. Like Nazism, gender feminism is just that evil and destructive that the mention of it should be carefully regulated. Nazism has done a lot of harm to a lot of innocent people and so has gender feminism. Anyone, drawing a feminist power symbol on a church or men's club should be prosecuted for a hate crime and serve hard jail time.
Women (or men) who've taken women's studies courses, or worked on women's commissions, or worked in the domestic violence or sexual harassment industries should be required to take sensitivity training in how not to hate men. It wouldn't be a bad idea to require anyone having had a liberal studies course: sociology, polly sci., etc. to have the same. :?
I certainly don't doubt that the inherent malignancy of the gender
feminists is every bit equal to that of the Nazis in the 3rd Reich. Hands
down, no question!
But honestly now, the scale of their accomplishments is nowhere near the
same par. So those kinds of extreme de-feminazification measures sorta
sound like overkill, in my opinion.
Not to say that I wouldn't enjoy doing such things, but such things would
be likely to rebound upon their creators for the simple reason that the
majority of people wouldn't understand the need for it.
And because of this, the feminists could slyly position themselves as
misunderstood suffering righteous hero-martyrs taking a bum rap.
And then they could worm their way into favor amongst the gullible
disaffected elements of society, thereby kickstarting their historical cycle
back into motion again.
I think I would limit measures to exposure and mockery in the realm of
education and popular entertainment. For example, feminists would be
given a ludicrous depiction in children's books and TV cartoons. Then, as
the kids got older, they would be treated to units in their history classes
that would give them the "skinny" about feminism's impact on society in
the late 20th century.
If all of this were done right, kids would be too embarassed to affect
feminist rhetoric and regalia, and those who did would be subjected to
customary school disciplines, but nothing "over the top." In most cases,
peer pressure alone ought to do the trick.
New genres of espionage/action movies and books could tell of heroic
MRA "agents" battling the evil plots of feminazi orgs, etc.....
in the late 20th and early 21st centuries.
And so on. All very pseudo tongue-in-cheek, of course..! :wink:
And let's not forget the stand-up comedians who would find an
inexhaustible gold mine in feminism's foibles....