Misogyny and Political Correctness
Political correctness and misogyny are both wrong, and for the same reason. They attack and abuse the beautiful qualities that women are more likely than men to possess while robbing the world and the next person of these beautiful qualities. Warmth, kindness, tenderness, beauty and love are under attack from both misogyny and political correctness. Which makes both political correctness and misogyny destructive, malicious and profoundly wrongful phenomena.
The politically correct attack women's right to have beautiful qualities and men's right to be with women who have these qualities. Denied the ability to be with men who would appreciate and love them for these beautiful qualities, the women who have them are stuck with misogynistic brutes who continuously abuse and attack them while benefiting, without appreciating, from what such women have to give. The politically correct then see this abuse and generalize it upon all men, including on men who hate brutality against women, and treat liberal-minded men like rubbish while doing nothing to help women who are actually being abused and blaming them for their suffering.
The result is not a difficult one to describe. With political correctness, we see the worst women in the history of humanity maliciously abuse both the women who have beautiful qualities and the men who appreciate them - for the most part liberal-minded men who see and value beauty and goodness in women. Meanwhile in the rest of the world outside the politically correct phere of influence, brutal misogynists batter, degrade and abuse women who have amazing qualities - benefiting from them without appreciating or rewarding and while instead responding with malicious abuse - while prevailing upon other men, even the ones who are not naturally violent or misogynistic, to likewise abuse women as part of serving God or as part of loyalty to male gender.
This results in a horrendously perverted state of affairs, in which the worst elements in each gender abuse the better elements in the other gender, while destroying the good in their own. The politically correct destroy the goodness in women; the misogynists, in men. They both prevail upon their own gender to be the worst things they can possibly be, then attack the other gender. The result is a vast degradation both in condition and in quality of humanity.
The solution - the primary solution - is to stand up to both of these abominations. The politically correct have no more the right to claim to speak for women than the misogynists have the right to claim to speak for men. There are many women far superior to the politically correct, and there are many men far superior to misogynists. And it is important that both such women and such men know that they are, in fact, a superior article to these usurpers and keep the goodness within them alive to share with the people who would appreciate and reward such a thing.
Another solution is simply this: Reality. With cross-cultural and cross-institutional flux, malignant cultural practices are challenged by the reality of people's choice and rational interest. In the same way as international economy makes winners of best business and best workers, so international matches for marriage makes winners of men and women who are willing to be good to their partners and losers of men and women who are not. With large enough cross-cultural flux, women who are willing to be good to men and men who are willing to be good to women stand to be with each other and have positive relationships, while both the politically correct and the misogynists will have to change.
When faced with two sets of usurpers - the misogynists and the politically correct - falsely claiming to speak for their gender
and as part of falsely claiming to speak for their genders bludgeoning the rest of their gender out of their best qualities, there
is a need for a superior way for men and women to relate. And that means keeping their beautiful qualities in face of the
bludgeoning and the oppression and coming together with partners who would respect and value these qualities. Neither the
misogynists nor the politically correct are worthy of speaking for one half of humanity. And the less both voices are minded, the
better the situation both for women and for men.