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The Fraud of Feminism

Ernest Belfort Bax

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. . . is gloomy and overcast, there is no power of argument by which I can prove that I am right and he is wrong. I may point to the sun, but if he chooses to affirm that he doesn’t see it I can’t prove that he does. This is, of course, an extreme case, scarcely likely to occur in actual life. But it is in essence similar to those cases of persons (and they are not seldom met with) who, when they find facts hopelessly destructive of a certain theoretical position adopted by them, do not hesitate to cut the knot of controversy in their own favour by boldly denying the inconvenient facts. One often has experience of this trick of controversy in discussing the question of the notorious characteristics of the female sex. The Feminist driven into a corner endeavours to save his face by flatly denying matters open to common observation and admitted as obvious by all who are not Feminists. Such facts are the pathological mental condition peculiar to the female sex, common. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Gobsmacked, sad that so little has change since 1820.

Bax does a good job pointing how men are disadvantaged in criminal and divorce law, as well as in practice in the courts. Much of what he says about public sentiment when it comes to female criminals still applies today. He also does a good job identifying inconsistencies in feminism (ex. how wha...more

This would of aged a lot better if he would of just stuck to the sociological insights without adding in the crank medical/biological theories e.g. "...it is not an uncommon thing for surgeons at the present time to remove the ovaries in obstinate cases of hysteria", "...on the principle of the d...more

Far more timeless, classic than most books marketed as such, a prescient gem I ensure all women-relations of mine read and wholeheartedly agree with before we take our involvement anywhere beyond a nod of recognition. One could consider writing an updated response, though one with the functioning...more