The Pointlessness of Criticizing Feminism

I am extremely vocal about criticizing feminism in real life, but I have seriously evaluated whether my resistance is ultimately pointless when pragmatic social outcomes are considered.

For example, anyone who votes for a third party candidate in U.S. general elections is throwing their vote away. The impulse to make a principled stand is certainly admirable, but what is the point if one’s efforts simply go to waste?

I encourage others that their efforts are not in vain when real change can happen on a gradual level. Whereas voting has no outcomes aside from win or lose, every mind that is unplugged from the feminine matrix is a small victory for the world. Publicly criticizing feminism is not pointless on the individual level, but it is pointless to expect widespread social change.