For some reason, especially after the criticism that I got from some "Anonymous", I've been feeling the need to clarify what I'm trying to do here on my blog.
I am not a Female MRA/MGTOW groupie. If you are coming here to find all censure of women and all praise of men, than go to an MRA blog. I am not going to be one of those women who cow-tow to prejudiced male opinion because I feel some kind of "Female Guilt".
I am not a Feminist. I will and have spoken to great length of my adverse opinion of Feminism. I do not do this because I think they have done some horrendous offense to men - I started this blog before I even knew what MRA/MGTOW was, before I knew how much fathers struggled in custody cases, and before I had any sympathy for single men who blew me off because I wasn't good enough for them.
I am a Christian. I write against Feminism because I believe it is against the word of God. And holding such a view, I will write and focus what I write against feminism towards that regard. Anti-Biblical.
Because I try to base my criticisms of Feminism biblically, I will also be highly critical of men - because they suffer from the same epidemic of humanity that women suffer from - SIN.
I will not be nice to men because they are so brutally treated by women. I will be nice to them out of their own right and because they are human - but I am not going to sit here and pretend that they are incapable of injustice, wrong-doing, abuse, greed, and pride.
I will, as an attempt to witness to any woman who stumbles across this blog, to provide a balanced background - which includes acknowledging struggles that women of history may have faced - but to always bring my readers to the point that God put in place a certain order for the world and how that can bring women peace and happiness in following it.
I have not always done a good job on this, I am not always focused on this, but that was my vision when I started this blog.
So any man that comes here and thinks I'm being too harsh on men because men are the victims here, I'll tell you to go and read your blogs on what you have to say about "White Guilt" and Black Victimization and take a real critical look at how you view yourself.