- NOTE: This is my response to an Interaksyon feminist opinion writer.
Dear Tricia Aquino,
No, I’ve never called Deniece Cornejo “pokpok” or whatever that UP academic said about her. But I believe that she’s lying, and like men– yes, like men– a woman is also capable of lying. Also, I see her as part or an indispensable co-conspirator of a crime committed, unfortunately, against her opposite sex. And because of that, you cannot blame others, who unfortunately do not share your radical, outdated feminist views, for passing judgment.
I am not responsible for what you and others think. You said, “the bashing of Deniece bares how Pinoys really see women”… Well, that’s how you think of women. You regard women as WEAK, mentally and physically INFERIOR, and FLAWED. Stop degrading women with your biased, ideologically motivated feminist views. Again, we’re not responsible for how you think of women or for what you think of us ‘pinoys’. Don’t ever forget that you are still part of this society.
You see women as the social victim or the oppressed regardless of facts or what they do or think, or notwithstanding the fact that they are ‘moral’ beings who are also capable of committing good and evil.
That’s NOT how I and others, I believe, see women. I see women like you and Deniece as equally capable as men. I see them as equally mentally superior as their alleged ‘oppressor’. And that’s the reason why we had two female presidents in this country and why we have female executives and politicians today. I see them as essential part of our society. And they can be great leaders, too.
However, like men, women can be criminals and liars and charlatans as well. Like men, women are also capable of committing heinous crimes. They can also collaborate or conspire with men for the commission of a social wrong or immorality.
I don’t see Deniece as a ‘woman’ (according to your own feminist definition of ‘woman’). I regard her as a mentally capable human being who can also do both good and evil.
So, stop shaping your judgment of how we as a society think according to your biased, prejudiced feminist views.
In my humble opinion, your op-ed is one big proof that feminism is indeed a mental disorder. That the feminazis let their ideology cloud their judgment. To them, facts are irrelevant. What is relevant, for people like you, is that you’re a woman and the other creature is a man. Your version of class warfare is always men (the oppressor) versus women (the oppressed). The two cannot coexist at all.
Here, your goal is never the achievement of the truth, fairness, and justice. You clearly have a one-sided view of everything, and I find it ironic that you, like many feminists, have the audacity to claim to advocate equality. Your social goal is not merely economic and social equality, but metaphysical equality as well. Well, I think it is impossible to make men and women metaphysically equal. And this simply cements my ‘belief’ that feminazis are quintessential hypocrites and cheap publicity-seekers.
Stop playing the victim card. We’re now in the 21st century. I repeat, in our society women are as capable as men. Women are protected by our laws. Yes, there are laws that I find unfair to women, but that’s NOT the issue here. The issue is whether Deniece is part of a crime or used her ‘femininity’ for the commission of a crime. See? If men can use their ‘masculinity’ to perpetrate a wrong or a crime, women can also do the same thing.
This issue is not about women versus men; it’s about the truth versus dishonesty. The feminazis unfortunately cheapen women and rape with their misguided ideological beliefs. Rape is a legitimate crime that can be committed by both men and women. It should not be cheaply, wrongly used to harm or destroy anyone.
Deniece and Vhong Navarro and all the parties involved in this issue are now being judged BY YOU (don’t ever tell others you’re being neutral here) and me and others, NOT because of their sex or gender, but because of what they did. Enough with your feminist madness.
I think that real intellectual for WOMEN, Camille Anna Paglia, will definitely eat the intellectually bankrupt feminist creatures like you alive.
- The leftist Gabriela feminazis have joined the fray.
- Libertarian feminist Camille Paglia trashes Stalinist Feminism.
She said: “I am not weak!” Listen to her view of rape.
- This Navarro-Cornejo case looks and sounds like the controversial Duke lacrosse case that nearly destroyed the lives and future of Duke lacrosse players who were falsely accused of rape by a scheming, extorting black woman.