Is Modern Feminism starting to undermine Itself? | Jess Butcher | TEDxAstonUniversity

  • Published on Sep 5, 2018
  • Entrepreneur, Non-Exec Director and Angel investor. Co-Founder of Blippar, one of Britain’s best-funded technology scale-ups and one of the world’s leading computer vision and augmented reality technology platforms. She is the recipient of numerous female entrepreneur and tech awards including BBC’s Top 100 Women and Fortune’s Most Powerful female entrepreneurs and is a passionate start-up mentor, public speaker and writer on subjects as diverse as women in technology, female entrepreneurialism, digital innovation, digital detox and work-life balance. She received an MBE in the 2018 New Years Honours List for her services to technology and entrepreneurship. Entrepreneur, Non-Exec Director and Angel investor. Co-Founder of Blippar, one of Britain’s best-funded technology scale-ups and one of the world’s leading computer vision and augmented reality technology platforms. She is the recipient of numerous female entrepreneur and tech awards including BBC’s Top 100 Women and Fortune’s Most Powerful female entrepreneurs and is a passionate start-up mentor, public speaker and writer on subjects as diverse as women in technology, female entrepreneurialism, digital innovation, digital detox and work-life balance. She received an MBE in the 2018 New Years Honours List for her services to technology and entrepreneurship. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

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  • Ruben Pinamonti
    Ruben Pinamonti 16 hours ago

    Great talk, awesome speaker!

  • Nathan Frey
    Nathan Frey 19 hours ago

    After women got the right to vote, the need for feminism ended. It’s that simple.

  • andrew dunsmore
    andrew dunsmore Day ago

    The world has much bigger problems than Feminists & selfish idiots.

  • Kevin Githaiga
    Kevin Githaiga Day ago

    Feminism is cancer and humanity is in its third stage. Amputation is the only recourse, there is no way to salvage it. The competitive victim hood mentality of the 3rd wave is leading humanity into a crux event where one will have to die for the other to endure. Will men continue to be sacrificed... or will the epically miscalculated and utterly unattainable goal of equality be dropped. Can't we all just be comfortable with the differences inherent in the genders that actually complemented each other in the past. Humanity is an organism that thrives on the necessary symbiosis of the two sexes, if we are to have any kind of future men and women have to work together...without divisive ideology imposing unrealistic and impractical Marxist notions of 3rd wave.

  • Kevin Stein
    Kevin Stein 2 days ago

    Thank you

  • Rob R.
    Rob R. 2 days ago

    Whoa! Great talk! I am pleasantly surprised.

  • Rob R.
    Rob R. 2 days ago

    The answer is 'yes.' You are blind if you can't see this.

  • valinperal
    valinperal 2 days ago

    My dream this morning was of a world without handymen, without garbagemen and plumbers a world like the aliens from the movie District 9 that self implodes...

    All because 80% of women don't want the men who work those jobs and soon no man will want to work that job if it means a life time of loneliness.

  • H K
    H K 3 days ago

    I love you Jess Butcher.

  • Raymond Ativie
    Raymond Ativie 3 days ago

    Good bless you

  • G S
    G S 3 days ago

    I never knew Boko Haram had kidnapped over 10,000 boys, had only heard about the girls being kidnapped.

  • Danish Dude
    Danish Dude 4 days ago

    The answer is YES, because it is fascism all the way

  • ZambetulDePrimavara
    ZambetulDePrimavara 4 days ago

    Well, I'm a 22 years old girl and the last year in Computer Science Engineering and honestly, I don't see what are the feminists talking about.
    One of my teacher told me 2 years ago that it will be easier for me to find a summer internship because I'm a girl and I know 5 languages. I know it's strange, but it's the reality. In Computer Science there are conferences only for women (why????).
    I heard that they try to balance in a lot of companies the number of women and men, as a result sometimes when it is a choice between a woman and a man with mostly the same profile (or even the man a little better, but not a great difference), they may choose the woman.
    This is what I heard, but...
    From what I've seen in my 2 internships in the field, is that there is actually a comfortable environment... At the beginning the men may keep a little the distance, but when they see that you work, put pertinent questions, have a good attitude, get their jokes... they are really nice and you are really welcome to the team. And I didn't get the impression that they look necessarily for girls to hire. It seemed that they hired who they think is good for the job and for that I'm grateful. Maybe my internships were in 2 good companies, who knows...
    I don't understand what is all about. For me everything seems to be fine.

  • Zechariah Judy
    Zechariah Judy 5 days ago +1

    My understanding is that physical abuse isn't much more likely to come to come from a man than a woman, but that men performing physical abuse are more likely to cause injuries requiring medical treatment, or to kill someone. This should NOT be taken to mean that slaps and shoves are okay, but to say the abuse isn't the same across genders just because it is equally common.

  • andrew097
    andrew097 6 days ago +1

    It's just part of global social theory at this stage. Nothing less then propaganda to destroy Western society. Fueled by jealousy and rage.

  • Shane Von Harten
    Shane Von Harten 6 days ago +1

    Q : is modern feminism starting to undermine itself?
    A : no. its been doing it for years!
    equal rights are a great idea but the modern movement only preaches hate and segregation.
    you cannot make friends by creating enemies.

  • LifeWhyz Music
    LifeWhyz Music 7 days ago

    *EDIT TITLE:* _How Long Ago Did Feminism Undermine Itself?_

  • K.Nizzles
    K.Nizzles 7 days ago

    FINALLY! This woman has perfectly articulated everything that I’ve been trying to tell my friends for the last few years.

  • Bert Brantjens
    Bert Brantjens 8 days ago

    Want to hear another gender inequality? This stuff could never be said by a man, he would be booed of the stage and probably destroyed in the public debate.

  • Shashank Gogoi
    Shashank Gogoi 8 days ago

    Jess is hot af

  • Komoko
    Komoko 9 days ago

    I wonder if 1st wave feminists would be disappointed if they looked at what their beliefs have become today

    • Komoko
      Komoko 4 days ago

      Ascension 3030 they had somewhat of a reason to protest though. There were actual rights that they didnt have, today feminists are useless

    • Ascension 3030
      Ascension 3030 4 days ago

      1st wave femiunsits were every bit the man haters that todays putrid feminmists are. Educate yourself with real information

  • James
    James 9 days ago

    A smart, beautiful, balanced woman that has logic and reason. How rare and amazing.

  • Rikske Patat
    Rikske Patat 9 days ago

    Feminism has become an attribute for hate, naming and shaming. The third generation of feminists are no real feminists, they are political troublemakers who do great harm to what real feminism is. They undermine true feminism.

    • Ascension 3030
      Ascension 3030 4 days ago

      True feminism is cancer and has been since day 1 of its destructive existance.

  • Baron Vonsnazzy
    Baron Vonsnazzy 9 days ago

    ...starting to?

  • John Rosebush
    John Rosebush 10 days ago

    Good luck to you, Jess, you spoke the truth, they REALLY hate it when you speak the truth

  • Spect Tator
    Spect Tator 10 days ago

    They need a true man that take the leadership of the movement

  • Everything You Need To Know

    Starting? Wtf, bit late

  • Dissident101
    Dissident101 11 days ago

    Starting to? It's beyond repair, feminism is now toxic femininity.

  • AshutoshRS
    AshutoshRS 11 days ago

    263 feminazis disliked this video

  • Jianju69
    Jianju69 12 days ago

    "...and if 50-50 *is* the ultimate aim, then shouldn't we be arguing for quotas for more men in the fields nursing, teaching, veterinary science... more women on the front lines, in construction, in refuse collection..."
    No, it simply isn't about "50-50". It is about more money & more power for women. That is all. It really is that simple.

  • Pete Watson
    Pete Watson 13 days ago +1

    Women are never happy, no matter how good they have it in life.
    Do I care?

  • Crispy
    Crispy 13 days ago +1

    And people seem to wonder why I'm sorta leaning towards that misogynistic feel.
    Do I want to identify as a misogynist, no.
    Do I have too, yes!
    Alot of Men have told these Women about the outcome and yet they still refuse to listen, coming out now wont undo the damage that's already been dealt.
    GG dudes it was a fun

  • Resistance
    Resistance 13 days ago

    How Civilisations Die
    Is demography destiny? And does drastic demographic decline entail the death of civilisations? Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad believes it does. Unsurprisingly, in 2010 Ahmadinejad denounced the increasingly prevalent “two children per woman” attitude amongst Iranians as “a formula for the extinction” of Iran.

    Tayyip Erdogan, the Prime Minister of Turkey. called upon Turkish women to have at least three children each.

    Demographic decline is, of course, a dread future that has confronted the West for some time. As Mark Steyn observes in America Alone: The End of the World as We Know It (2006), Europe faces the “Four Horsemen of the Eurocalypse”:
    Death-the demise of European races too self-absorbed to breed; Famine-the end of the lavishly-funded statist good times; War-the decline into bloody civil unrest that these economic and demographic factors will bring; and Conquest-the re-colonization of Europe by Islam.
    The implications of this are profound. As Goldman observes about the decline of civilisations in general: “the death of a culture is an uncanny event, for it erases not only the future but also the past, that is, the hopes and fears, the sweat and sacrifice of countless generations whose lives no longer can be remembered”.
    Goldman believes that there is a civilisational tipping point, a moment when the spiritual and cultural resources of a people or a nation are exhausted or destroyed and it is no longer possible for them to attain or retain a sense of immortality through participation in a great chain of generations stretching from the past into the future. At this point some nations “fight to the death. Others cease to breed. Some do both.” Global politics over the next half-century will be determined largely by which countries choose which of these paths.
    The nature and scale of the global demographic future are becoming ominously clear. As Goldman points out, on present trends, “in the second half of this century most of the great powers of the past-Germany, Spain, Italy, Russia, and Japan, among others-will cease to function. A century later they will have ceased to exist.”
    In Western Europe, by 2100 the working-age population will have fallen by about 40 per cent, and in Eastern Europe, Russia, and East Asia by some 66 per cent. The least fertile European nations face a population decline of 40 to 60 per cent, with Germany’s population projected to decline by 98 per cent over the next 200 years if present trends continue.
    The spectre of Eurabia, with the continent dominated by a Muslim majority by century’s end, has long haunted vigilant scholars and commentators, such as Bat Ye’or (Eurabia: The Euro-Arab Axis, 2005); Tony Blankley (The West’s Last Chance: Will We Win the Clash of Civilizations?, 2005); Walter Laqueur, (The Last Days of Europe, 2007); and Christopher Caldwell (Reflections on the Revolution in Europe: Immigration, Islam, and the West, 2009). According to these analyses, we are living through the self-extinction of the European civilisation that shaped the world we live in.
    Muslims who are successfully resisting integration into their host societies. In Civilization: The West and the Rest (2011), Niall Ferguson observed:
    if the Muslim population of the UK were to continue growing at an annual rate of 6.7 per cent (as it did between 2004 and 2008), its share of the total UK population would rise from just under 4 percent in 2008 … to 28 per cent in 2040, finally passing 50 per cent in 2050.
    Various other demographic projections indicate that the Muslim communities in Italy and Sweden will more than double over the next twenty years; France will be an Islamic republic by 2048; Muslims will form a majority in Holland by 2030; and Germany will follow suit shortly after that. The late Libyan President Gaddafi boasted in 2006 that “the 50 million Muslims of Europe will turn it into a Muslim continent within a few decades”.
    The threat of Eurabia, it now seems, is much closer than this vision of a stealthy takeover implies, as the Arab countries in North Africa and the Middle East slip further into crisis.

  • Henrique
    Henrique 13 days ago +1

    "Indeed. The joke is on them, however, because men, are NOT GOING BACK to the plantation. I hope that men realise that women who talk like this are only being self serving ( maybe this lady had a son born and suddenly started seeing men's issues). They seek to bring us men back to the table so that we can fix their mess just as she said it, and when they find themselves in a comfortable position again, they'll revert back to being the cunts that they are by their very nature. Do not trust them. Do not believe them. Do not fall for their attempts to bring us back to the table. Go your own way, men (do not mentor or hire them, do not vote on them, do not marry, do not help or give preference / make their life´s easy, use condoms) and remain on that path regardless of what cunts like this one dangle in front of you." I agree !!

  • Julius Cesar
    Julius Cesar 14 days ago +2

    I always tell my little daughter that she will always be daddy's little princess no matter what feminists say

    THIS GUY 15 days ago


  • Jack Johnson
    Jack Johnson 16 days ago

    Is there really any relations between marxism with feminism ?! Did karl marx write something about feminism ?

    • Ascension 3030
      Ascension 3030 12 days ago

      Yes feminism is a far left, marxist branch of idiocy

  • Hoosier On The Run- Travel Vlog

    Thank you sooooo much for these videos! -a female minority

  • Celairgil Faenmirion
    Celairgil Faenmirion 17 days ago

    I teach IT at a university and try as we might, my colleagues and I just can't get prospective female students interested (we're overjoyed if we get just one woman to enroll in a given year). The IT workplace could use more women but it seems many just aren't interested for some reason. However there is almost a 1:1 male:female technician ratio in auto-mechanics and welding... go figure...

  • Hazerder
    Hazerder 19 days ago +3

    Yeah, why women and children? Equal rights?

  • ItsTheBibby
    ItsTheBibby 20 days ago +2

    I love all these silver bullets I'm finding against toxic feminism.

    • ItsTheBibby
      ItsTheBibby 12 days ago +1

      +Ascension 3030 Suppose I want to stay optimistic.

    • Ascension 3030
      Ascension 3030 12 days ago

      you could just say feminism, no need to be redundant

  • limeros88
    limeros88 21 day ago

    Be the change you wish to see in the world, in other words be for things not against.
    Example: if you hate racism don't hate on racists, you become what you hate, a hateful divisive person that only works from his/hers identity. Instead work for inclusion, lift up people and support them no matter their origin, and you'll become a shining beacon for what you believe in. In the end this is the kind of people that leave a mark in history and in people's hearts.

  • H krnz
    H krnz 21 day ago +2

    Just watch Bear Grylls "The Island" if you want to see what happens when women face the same challenges men do.

  • nope datt
    nope datt 21 day ago +1

    Don't be a victim. Can you change my mind on this?

  • Tony Mo
    Tony Mo 22 days ago +2

    Thats why men have MGTOW, get rid of them asap.

  • Enrique Campos
    Enrique Campos 22 days ago +1

    Cassie Jay is that you?

  • Authority can Suck it with Authority

    Hey TED is it possible to have a MEDIAN VOLUME WHEN RECORDING?
    2018? Teleporters trips to MARS? Not likely, cannot even produce vids with a median volume...or convince nincompoops that GOVT IS SLAVERY!

    • Ascension 3030
      Ascension 3030 12 days ago

      why dont you adjust your volume, you little whiny complainer

  • t e r I N E E D L E R
    t e r I N E E D L E R 23 days ago

    OMG I’ve always felt equal to not less than. If I got a gig because a quota needed filling I’d feel like offing myself! Nothing could be more insulting. Luckily I don’t have to be concerned about that s much. But I don’t like listening to those screwball femnazis mewling and puking about how beastly men are! This is like munchkin haus syndrome by proxy the way this third wave femmy nists are influencing university age girls these days! Thank you pretty British lady for taking sense.

  • herodog1
    herodog1 23 days ago

    Life experiences such as motherhood and fatherhood, oftentimes changes one's outlook and opinion regarding these issues.

  • Fulgrim88
    Fulgrim88 23 days ago +3

    Short answer: yes. Essentially, somewhere along the way women got the equality they were craving for (and then some) and now they don't know what to do with it. Thery are still caught up in the old victim role and its reflexes, lashing out at strawmen. And more often than not being themselves immensely sexist and oppressive in the process, fueled by the unchallenged axiom that women - as the inherent victims - cannot be either of those things

  • jon snow
    jon snow 23 days ago +1

    Unfortunately we have to all admit that for EVERYONE to be happy again we need to start reverting back to when women had less control. Women since this 80's have been out of control. Just look at their choices in men since then. They only pick men in their circles of life. No man can court a woman unless they happen to be thrown in their life by circumstance. So then men get desperate hitting on women at work, at the gym, etc. Then women cry harassment because they can't go to these places without men hounding them. You get to know someon by dating them, go out with the nice decent looking guy that asks you unless he totally turns you off. Also, women don't get that by invading the work force your chances of finding a man that makes more than you do greatly decreases. They all think that the man they date should make more than them but how can this happen if you're all out there fighting for jobs?
    When the day comes that a man can stay home all day having done minimum house work and the woman comes home after working all day with flowers for the man saying "Honey, get your nice clothes on I'm taking you out tonight for a nice dinner.", and feels good about doing it, then we'll be equal. Women want and NEED men to take control of them and their lives. Women are out of control and are unhappy.

    • silver starlight
      silver starlight 4 days ago

      +Ascension 3030 well, for a person who has never met me and doesn't even know my name, you sure have a pretty strong opinion of me.

    • Ascension 3030
      Ascension 3030 10 days ago

      +silver starlight because men know that you would lose respect for him, cheat on him and treat him worse than a homeless person. Just a matter of time. Otherwise, good luck convincing an intelligent man, that you are a needle in the giant haystack and that he should risk his life based on that.

    • silver starlight
      silver starlight 10 days ago

      +Ascension 3030 I know that hypergamy is real, that's literally what I said in my comment, and that's the reason why a woman like me cannot find a man who's willing to be a stay-at-home dad.

    • Ascension 3030
      Ascension 3030 12 days ago

      +silver starlight Hypergamy is real, honey. You can claim whatever you want, but reality is that women will not settle for a man of lower status then themselves. Stay at home dads are routinely praised by practically all women, yet are cheated on and divorced at much higher numbers than men who are breadwinners.

    • silver starlight
      silver starlight 12 days ago

      Most women want their husband to earn more than them, but there are also women like me who would be very happy to have a stay-at-home husband. However, the problem is that I haven't found that man yet

  • Mgtow-M3 Modern Masculine Men

    I love 3rd wave feminism.
    I love when men discover the hard way how women really is.
    This is when men discover a new truth and say; I don't need you to be happy!

    • Bad Puppy
      Bad Puppy 18 days ago +1

      Mgtow-M3 Modern Masculine Men, Happiness will never be found between the arms or legs of a woman. If there is one truly great thing about this modern third wave feminism it’s the breakdown of the “kinder, gentler, nurturing” myth of womanhood.
      Today, finally, men are starting to learn terms like hypergamy. We are finally starting to see how undervalued and disposable men are, and how that is not acceptable. We see a single mother with a young son and think “that kids screwed.”

  • Daniela Mato
    Daniela Mato 24 days ago

    brillante. reforzaría (además de la igual capacidad de inflingir daño entre hombres y mujeres) algo que ya dejamos de decir en voz alta, como si no existiera: hay hombres absolutamente maravillosos, y muchos están aterrados por el dedo acusador la correción política. temo que eso haga que, entre la mímesis y el silencio, los vayamos perdiendo de vista.

  • rvharikrishna
    rvharikrishna 24 days ago

    part of left politics, a big part perhaps

  • Zachary Hellman
    Zachary Hellman 24 days ago

    Modern civilization is starting to undermine itself (and no feminism is not off the hook)

  • David Dickerson
    David Dickerson 24 days ago

    I'm glad I listened to the whole thing. She had a few good points buried in the middle. But mostly just the usual sophism conservatives use.

  • Leodous Kyron
    Leodous Kyron 24 days ago

    This was the biggest waste of time at a Ted talk. Well at least I got though to the end ... that is something.

  • Metastate12
    Metastate12 24 days ago +1

    Good talk. Awful sound.

  • Jonathan van dorsten
    Jonathan van dorsten 25 days ago +1

    How about you throw it all out of the window start with a clean slate?you cant have equality with feminism, it doesn’t exist within the same sentence

  • nathan whitworth
    nathan whitworth 25 days ago +1

    I like this woman though , she speaks sense .

  • Kaepora Gaebora
    Kaepora Gaebora 25 days ago

    I agree with this video but I hate the comments. So much hate

  • Paris Bielby
    Paris Bielby 25 days ago +1

    This woman is fascinating and I would be happy to hold a fraction of the awareness, leadership and humble attitude that she possesses.

  • Peter Hamilton
    Peter Hamilton 25 days ago +1

    wow, props

  • From Zombie To Superman

    Before I watch, this happens with every major direction we take. Everything leads to tyranny without breaks. Jordan B. Peterson says it best I think, when he says the better a nation treats their women, the better the nation it becomes. Just look at Scandianvia. Feminism wasn’t created by strong women, it was created by weak men that didn’t stand up to those assholes back then, women merely took the opportunity men gave them, without knowing what they were handing over. The opponents of feminism in general don’t want to lose that masculine overhand and face consequences for treating someone unequally. The supporter of this new feminism, are the same types as the men that want to subjugate women. Bill Burr was right, tyranny is gender neutral.

  • Flo111p
    Flo111p 25 days ago +1

    Thats the kind of feminism that I truly support. However its barly feminism, just shouting out for equality, women and men likewise.

    • Ascension 3030
      Ascension 3030 12 days ago

      +Flo111p how does this nonsense have anything to do with my post?

    • Flo111p
      Flo111p 12 days ago

      +Ascension 3030 Im sorry to hear that. Its your opinion, but I have to disagree. Men and women are biolocally very alike, they share beliefs and hopes and desieres, yet some men still think that women are less valubale. I noticed that Im not flawless and do treat women in another way then men, but not necessarly worse, just different. Stop thinking about men or women we are humans. No more.

    • Ascension 3030
      Ascension 3030 12 days ago

      feminism is cancer, form day 1 of its putrid existence

  • Ricky 18
    Ricky 18 25 days ago +3

    Facts over feelings

    • Kaepora Gaebora
      Kaepora Gaebora 25 days ago

      Yeah, men have no feelings, most women can't have an opinion because they have too much feelings, that's why men leaded for centuries and that was better that way! Society need to be leaded by intelectual people, women would destroy society. Facts over feelings.

  • John Cooper - Art of Social

    Thank you to this woman!

  • Luc Therriault
    Luc Therriault 25 days ago +2

    Very thorough, neutral and logical analysis of gender equality.

  • Frank Auto Enthusiast
    Frank Auto Enthusiast 25 days ago +1

    There should be more women like her ---Brilliant

  • Cassian
    Cassian 25 days ago +1

    This idea that men are openly out to get women is ludicrous. There are plenty of bad people, many of whom happen to be men. But to suggest that there's a 'culture of oppression' that induces men to go out and tell women how to act is just not true.

  • Garrett Slosson
    Garrett Slosson 25 days ago

    If you really take the time to think a 50/ 50 split in all fields would be fundamentally unequal, due to the fact that unqualified persons might enter the job just so the company can make a quota. Equality of outcome is the opposite of equality and equality of opportunity is the best way to ensure people are given the same chances in life. Men and women will never be equal, as long as there are differences from person to person, nothing can be equal between us, but that's not a bad thing. There's an old saying, jack of all trades master of none, if we were all the same, yes we'd be equal, but everyone would have the same strengths but more worryingly, the same weaknesses. The fact that no one is equal is what makes humanity and civilization as a whole strong. It's like life, life is fair, because it's unfair to everyone, just like the sexes will never be equal because, wait for it ... they're different.

    • Ascension 3030
      Ascension 3030 12 days ago

      affirmative action has been in place for decades. What do you think that is?

  • Karen Gertis
    Karen Gertis 25 days ago +1

    I think our education system has done a drastic disservice to boys. They push so many educational opportunities for girls but not for boys. You can have girls only science or robot clubs but if they did a boys only club, it's sexist.

    • Kaepora Gaebora
      Kaepora Gaebora 25 days ago

      I guess they do that because they are a minority in this field. They feel better with other women I guess, just like men feel better with other men. But I don't see that as an opportunity it's more like a gathering to meet people like them

  • cemares
    cemares 25 days ago

    msybe its time to start to consider sick people. or old people. Not in a PC, feminazi way though, like a decent human being. Ok we are doing so well. What can we do about people with bipolar, immune disorders, chronic diseases. Or 3 world countries. Again not in a PC way ! By actually meaning it. Not just nagging about it. Start controlling your bullies women..

  • Thomas Hathaway
    Thomas Hathaway 25 days ago

    Check out I.D.W.'s Eric Weinstein, They have a similar message. socially liberal while maintaining independence of thought.

  • Joel Vincent
    Joel Vincent 26 days ago +1

    Talks sense. Excellent content!

  • Björn Brombach
    Björn Brombach 26 days ago

    What a great and reasonable speech. If only this could spread more and help change things for the better.

  • Progressive Nihilism, the mansplainer

    No no no
    Please don't tell anybody this. The best way to defeat feminism in ALL its aspects is more feminism. Let it blow up organically and make some changes in the explosion.

  • M H
    M H 26 days ago +1 has undermined itself.

  • Dale Hewie
    Dale Hewie 26 days ago

    Is there a version of this where you can actually understand the audio?

  • Daniel Shore
    Daniel Shore 26 days ago +3

    "You shall know them by their fruits".
    It was always poison.

    • Pony Gol
      Pony Gol 25 days ago

      And diluting that poison and poisoning the societal water supply doesn't give one plausible deniability.

  • Michael Schofield
    Michael Schofield 26 days ago

    A very valid point that needs to be made more.

  • tumarfa
    tumarfa 26 days ago

    This woman shows clear signs of internalized misogyny. Her speech is being controlled by both the men in her life and by the greater patriarchy.


  • Gurbachan Singh
    Gurbachan Singh 26 days ago

    An excellent perspective

  • Alternative Facts Survivor

    Crazy feminism was a movement poisoning from the right to block the left political leverage harvesting.

  • john snag
    john snag 26 days ago

    i was forced into a shame i can not get over and im told im wrong ,judged guilty .but i had told her i was not able to give her what she wanted ,so she just sabotaged my life for her wants. im strong but broken.

    • Kaepora Gaebora
      Kaepora Gaebora 25 days ago

      I couldn't even tell my psychologist what I felt shame about and I couldn't even think about it and I had panic attacks because I kept denying my feelings and thoughts when I was confronted to the situation that reminded me of what I am ashamed of.

  • john snag
    john snag 26 days ago

    you have just made me hopefull that i can rid my shame.

  • James Allen
    James Allen 26 days ago

    Starting to? Has been for a long time.

  • scifi fan 77
    scifi fan 77 26 days ago

    Raise your son not to be a victem... so its mans responcsbility to be strong snd look after women.its always this narativr.. men bad women strong... lady go join the military and fight your own war.. im done being a man.. go fie for your country... i wount.. go work 80 hours a week... i wount... work yourself into an erly your fellow womem csn laugh at you... its all up to women.. so go out there and build the world.. ill be here laughing when were all dead

  • Uncle Tyrone
    Uncle Tyrone 26 days ago

    The sound quality is horrible

  • Caroline Smyth
    Caroline Smyth 26 days ago

    Time for actual feminism to kick in instead of the fake one.

    • Pony Gol
      Pony Gol 25 days ago +1

      Why do feminists think that feminism exists in their imagination.

    • Joshua Noneyour
      Joshua Noneyour 25 days ago

      +Caroline Smyth 30 years of satanic mysandrists, yeah I'll have to disagree. My mother was one of those, im 23, and I view your gender as the enemy. Have a nice day.

    • Caroline Smyth
      Caroline Smyth 25 days ago

      +Joshua Noneyour It's never too late. Everything changes. Nothing stays the same.

    • Joshua Noneyour
      Joshua Noneyour 25 days ago

      Too late.

  • Matthew Fox
    Matthew Fox 26 days ago

    Did the room have a downgrade?

  • Ozone The Great
    Ozone The Great 26 days ago

    Honestly, feminists seem so angry at everything I have trouble understanding what their gripe is about in the first place.

  • Ara Ara
    Ara Ara 27 days ago +2

    Since when women are a "minority"? If anything it's men that are a "minority", math is not an opinion.

    • Pony Gol
      Pony Gol 25 days ago

      An opinion that disregards counter evidence is prejudice.

  • Electrical Engineering
    Electrical Engineering 27 days ago +2

    Beginning to undermine? They are the cause of a huge devide which will only increase because most of them have a marxist utopian vieuw.

  • Mich Hell
    Mich Hell 27 days ago +3

    Starting!? Lol.

  • Francesco Montella
    Francesco Montella 27 days ago

    TED? Is this TED?

  • Spiro Ketal
    Spiro Ketal 27 days ago +1

    "It's not my daughter I'll be worried about in this world, it's my sons". Yes, I was thinking the same thing.
    I would once have been quite happy to be a mentor to anyone - but not so much in these times.
    I'll save my efforts for my own kids.

  • Entrenched Mgtow
    Entrenched Mgtow 27 days ago +2

    Feminism has been actively undermining itself since it left the starting gate. Everyone knew it, and didn't say anything about it for decades. Now, with the exponential growth of MGTOW globally over the last decade, and tens of millions of Men turning their backs on women and marriage, NOW people talk about the problem. Men stopped listening decades ago, just in case you didn't get the memo.

    • Jolfgard
      Jolfgard 25 days ago

      Since it left the starting gate? What was so wrong about the suffragette movements? I honestly see no problem with women having a right to vote, and I'd consider it unfair if this was not the case.

  • Don Dressel
    Don Dressel 27 days ago

    Excellent know wonder young men are running away from marriage
    There’s nothing in it for them but years of alimony and child support
    And of course poverty
    My ex-wife wanted out because in her words she had let me take away her independence
    When I met her she had nothing
    I sold my home so we could buy a home together
    It was her first home
    When she left she took all the furniture and most of the money from the home
    She also had been awarded 165 thousand in a work comp settlement that I helped her with
    She a nice retirement that I had convinced her to contribute to otherwise she would have pissed away her money on knickknacks
    I ended up on my moms couch while she moved out of state into a nice home with an acre and a half
    Oh did I mention she gave away 65 thousand in a romance scam online that I desperately tried to stop

  • Matthew Coast
    Matthew Coast 27 days ago

    It's about time someone is talking about this