Things feminists hate shopping list (part 5)

Things feminists hate: The fifth portion of the list of web pages and graphics that fell victim to a feminist hacker attack, Apr. 19, 2013

    One of the things feminists hate: Senator Anne C. CoolsThat photo had been targeted also in the previous hacker attack, March 15th, 2013

    Male Identity Crisis

    Social Engineering Has Produced Killer Kids

    By Richard Lessner Manchester, New Hampshire
    Union Leader, August 12, 1998
    The majority of violent crimes are committed by young men between the ages of 15 and 25.  Increasingly, however, we are seeing horrific crimes being committed by younger and younger boys….

    (That web page had also been targeted in the March 15th, 2013. hacker attack.)
    In about 1997, Joni Mitchell had a tearful reunion with her only daughter Kilauren Gibb, whom she had given up for adoption 32 years earlier. Barely three years later they were engaged in bitter strife, and Kilauren Gibb was involved in a custody battle with her boyfriend over her daughter, while Joni Mitchell was supposed to have slapped her daughter Kilauren.
    One of the things feminists hate: Joni Mitchell and her daughter Kilaureen Gibbs

    One of the things feminists hate:: Joni Mitchell and her daughter Kilaureen Gibb

    That photo had also been targeted in the March 15th, 2013. hacker attack.)

    One of the things feminists hate:: Louise Malenfant

    One of the things feminists hate:: Louise Malenfant, a feminist fighting for men’s rights

    Fathers for Life is the home for Louise Malenfant’s web pages: Parents Helping Parents
    Louise Malenfant was a woman who helped parents (primarily men, of course) who had their children apprehended by the state due to false abuse allegations.  She also helped them when they had to face access denial in spite of court-ordered visitations.  She represented them in court and worked to have local police forces to establish rues and routines whereby they were more likely to enforce child-visitation orders.
    Luise Malenfant passed away at her home in April 20016.
    Almost to the day, on the seventh anniversary of Louise Malenfant’s death, feminist hackers targeted her photo in their hacker attack, so as to make it impossible to access the photo.  The photo is displayed at the end of all of Louise Malenfant’s web pages.



    Just recently a ‘battered woman,’ for that is how she saw herself, came to me for help.  Her lover, who lived apart from her and her children, had beaten her up badly and she was forced to go to the hospital. He then took her back to her own house and stayed with her in order to look after her while her wounds healed.
    ‘You are not a battered woman,’ I said with a sigh. I define a battered woman as a woman who is a genuine victim of her partner’s violence. ‘You are a violence-prone woman, a victim of your own need for violence.’  I sighed because those two sentences uttered twenty-five years ago in my early work at Chiswick caused me to be hated and despised.  I became the nation’s conscience.  I dared to say publicly that women can be as violent as men and that women were a great deal more psychologically violent than men.  In this woman’s case we have a great deal of work to do and he needs to find himself a good therapist….(Full Article)

    Article published in The Observer, 2000 04 09 — An obituary by Erin Pizzey, describing the life of her grandson and the circumstances of his death.  He committed suicide. He could still be alive if he had been treated in a hospital instead of being jailed.  But, he was a man, a young man.


    Original title “FRAGILE”

    By Erin Pizzey
    I realise I am frightened of writing this article about the death of my twenty-two year old grandson Keita Craig.  I’m frightened for two reasons; the first is because he was diagnosed last summer as a ‘paranoid schizophrenic’ and the image of schizophrenia is that of a knife-wielding maniac.  In the end, Keita did indeed conform to this media stereotype.  He attempted to snatch a handbag from a perfectly innocent woman and then punched a man who tried to stop him.  Keita was very gentle and we think it was a cry for help; a failed attempt as it turned out, to get somebody in the huge phalanx of ‘experts’ that invaded his life to pay him some kind of concrete attention.  What the poor woman must have seen was a six-foot man of mixed race attempting to mug her.  If she’d had time to look at him she would have seen that he rocked uncontrollably from side to side.  This was one of the many unwelcome side effects of the bi-monthly injections.  Secondly, how does anyone explain the crippling and unpredictable effects of mental illness not only for the sufferer but also for the family?….(Full Article)

    (That web page had also been targeted in the March 15th, 2013. hacker attack.)

    How The Women’s Movement Taught Women to Hate Men

    By Erin Pizzey, founder of the modern women’s shelter movement
    e-published with permission
    We were sitting around a coffee table in my house, in Goldhawk Road, Hammersmith in London listening to a bossy woman wearing National Health round glasses and a long Indian skirt. She smelled of incense and too few baths.  We were all nursing large gin and tonics which was the staple drink in the Women’s Lib. Goldhawk Road weekly meetings.
    We were trying to follow her convoluted explanations about our ‘role in society.’  As far as I knew, I had a very simple role in society. I had always wanted to have lots of children, be happily married, and free to tend my house and garden and cook three course meals for my husband.  ‘What could possibly be wrong with that I asked?’  ‘Why,’ she said angrily, ‘are so many married women deprived of the status of independent human beings?’  The answer was; because marriage is based on the property concept, therefore it must be abolished.  I looked at the other women in the group, Angela, a teacher, had more of an idea of what was going on.  She had trained as a teacher and was used to this confusing amount of jargon.  ‘What is wrong with owning a house?’ I asked.  I was obviously a hopeless brain drain.  ‘You,’ she said turning on me, ‘live in a mink-lined trap,’ her face was frozen with rage.  I decided I’d better shut up and see what else I was getting wrong.  ‘Why are the mores of our society unfair to women?’ was her next question.  The answer to that was ‘Because men are natural oppressors.’….(Full Story)

    This is a second file location for the article that is identified under item #6.
    The conetents of the two web pages is identical, with the first URL having been limited to the eight-character file-name that was the standard limit at the time the article had first been posted.
    Both versions f the article had been targeted by the feminist hacker on April 19, 2013.
  10. (2017 07 o3: That file has gone missing once more, and I don’t know yet how that happened or what that means, but I will check some more.  In the meantime, here is a copy of the original.)
    One of the things feminists hate: Erin Pizzey, what she stands for, and her book 'Prone to Violence'

    Image of the cover of Erin Pizzey’s Prone to Violence, an image that is being used in the sidebar of the webpages that mention Prone to Violence, to advertise the book and the links to its full text.

    A web page with a short article describing the circumstances of the suicide by Clifford Peacock (U.K.), a man who cracked under the constant demands for more child-support payments and child access denial.

This is was the last installment of parts of the list of web pages and files that fell victim to the April 19, 2013, hacker attack.  The following is an index to all of the parts in the series:

A feminist shopping list of things to hate


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