Beauty and the Beast – Red Pill Analysis by Stefan Molyneux


In Disney’s remake of the classic tale Beauty and the Beast, Emma Watson plays Belle, a “bright, beautiful and independent young woman, is taken prisoner by a beast in its castle.” Is Beauty and the Beast filled with the anti-male female vanity stoking tropes that has become commonplace in modern Disney films? What is the truth about Emma Watson’s rendition of Beauty and the Beast – is it a fun children’s story, or vile and dangerous propaganda?

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Woman Viciously Attacks Man And Stabs Him, Then Sues Him For Damages!

In the video posted below, a psychopath brutally attacks a man, punches him in the chest, hits him in the back with her knee, kicks him in the ribs, scratches his face, stabs him and nearly murders him, and then has the audacity to sue him!

If it was a man who had been the aggressor, it would have been dead silent in the courtroom, not to mention that he would have been headed straight to jail. However, since we are dealing with the privileged gender, it is a different story altogether.

For some reason, it is acceptable in society for a woman to hit a man, but not the other way around. Men are always the ones who end up on the wrong side of the law, even when innocent. Media does not show pictures of bruised and battered men. Even though men are half of the victims of domestic violence, 100% domestic violence shelters are for women, none for men. Women who file false cases of domestic violence are not punished by law.

The double standards are blatant and appalling.

Domestic violence against men is a serious problem, but men don’t report it not only due to social stigma but also because men are the ones who get arrested, even if they are victims. It doesn’t matter how violent a woman is, if a man pushes her away, even in self-defense, or in many cases does not even touch her and calls the police, he will be the one the police will arrest. This is due to the lies that the woman will come up with, and the police always side with women.

Male victims of domestic abuse are reluctant to report attacks because they are often subjected to false accusations themselves …. It was thought much of the underreporting was due to men feeling embarrassed by the stigma of being a domestic violence victim. But new research has suggested that many of those who do come forward risk being arrested themselves, after their abusers make false accusations against them.

Dr McCarrick said: “Men find it incredibly difficult to talk about their experiences of domestic violence because of the shame and emasculation they feel is associated with it. To find the courage to speak out, only to be accused of violence themselves, is incredibly disheartening and ultimately prevents countless men from reporting intimate partner violence.” – Telegraph

Sexism Against Men Is Real Sexism

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Gynocentricism is the scientifically proven fact that almost every man, woman and child has been raised and instilled with a woman’s point of view. Men are taught to give women special treatment from birth and women are taught to expect preferential treatment from from men.

Gynocentricism is by definition sexist however it has become the default social model for most of the planet. Men are trained to suppress emotions and always be considerate of a woman’s feelings, men are trained to sacrifice, work and die to provide for women’s happiness.

Men and women are trained to always take the woman’s side over a man. Women are taught to support each other and view men’s pain and suffering as less important. Men are taught that fighting, dying and sacrificing themselves is noble but women experiencing any emotional distress is terrible.

This sexist attitude and maternal brainwashing has seen men literally dying to protect women who quite often take the sacrifices men make completely for granted. This is real sexism and it is taught at a very early age and reinforced in our society through society, the media, education and legal system.

Government Sponsored Sexism

1) Real sexism is almost no shelters for male victims of domestic violence.

2) Real sexism is men getting harsher punishments for the same crime.

3) Real sexism is countries with compulsorily military service for men.

4) Real sexism, courts that takes children from fathers based on gender.

5) Men cannot even vote or get citizenship without enrolling for the draft.

6) Real sexism is numerous government departments dealing with women’s issues but none dealing with men’s issues.

7) Male infant circumcision/genital mutilation is legal and performed widely and even completely socially accepted but female genital mutilation is not.

8) A young boy raped by a woman can be forced to pay child support to his rapist if she gets pregnant, that’s real sexism.

9) Many countries do not even recognize female on male rape. It can maximally only amount to “sexual assault” that’s real sexism.

10) Real sexism is having no special laws like VAWA to protect men, even though men are the majority of victims of violent crime.

11) There are drives to fill quotas for women for the high paid roles but not in the dangerous jobs dominated by men, thats real sexism.

12) In the army, police, fire service or any other position women have to meet much lower physical standards than men.

13) Real sexism is services for men only given a fraction of the funds that services for women are given at a government and a social level.

14) For the same crime, irrespective of the gender of the offender, the perpetrator gets more punishment if the victim is female rather than male.

15) Most divorce laws are skewed against men, men can lose half his properly, money and children to a woman who decides to leave him.

He is expected to pay for this betrayal, especially if he has already provided for and supported her, this is real sexism.

Social Sexism Against Men

16) Real sexism is being mocked when raped because you’re a man.

17) Men are expected to not show emotion and remain stoic at all times.

18) Victim blaming is acceptable ONLY when men are the victims and women the perpetrator. This is real sexism.

19) Real sexism is having your gender stereotyped by society as being violent, abusers, etc.

20) Men’s lives are given less value in any emergency situation.

21) Male children are often given harsher punishments by teachers for the same level of mischief as girls.

22) Young boys are given less care and attention by parents than girls and beaten over twice as often as girls by parents.

23) Violence against men by women is much more socially acceptable.

24) Affirmative action for women only in jobs, education, grants, etc.

25) Men enrolled in are often given tougher, more dangerous tasks to perform than women in the same post (in a job) This is real sexism.

27) Males who complain about being objectified are shamed as being “mentally fragile” or their sexuality is questioned. This is real sexism.

28) Men do not have the privilege of showing affection to each other in public as women without people questioning their sexuality.

29) Men are expected to ask women out, pay for dates, decide on the venue – if she rejects him he is often labelled creepy or needy.

30) If a man slaps a woman, he is an abuser and a monster, If a woman slaps a man, “he must have done something to annoy her”

31) When a man breaks up with a woman, he is called a “jerk”. When a woman dumps a man, “he must have failed her somehow”

32) Men are excluded from many positions such as babysitters, etc.

33) Young men having to pay higher car insurance is acceptable but the idea of women having to pay more for health insurance is not.

34) Despite the fact that the real victims of sexual discrimination are men the term sexual discrimination usually excludes men and the vast majority of surveys and news stories about sexual discrimination dont include men.

35) Our culture and media makes the assumption of men as guilty, violent offenders where as women are given special treatment at every turn.

36) In modern movies and TV violence against men is glorified but violence against women is regarded as especially horrific.

37) Many news reports will read the number of people killed and then highlight women and children as more tragic than male death.

EG: “37 people were killed in a bus crash including 17 women”

38) Men are expected to carry heavy things for women, give up their seats for women, shovel snow, mow gardens and do any other job involving manual labour, that women do not wish to perform.

39) Real sexism is a society where men are taught that a man’s role is to work, provide, pay and die in order to ensure a woman’s happiness.

40) Real sexism is the fact that men working longer hours in harder more dangerous jobs to earn more money to pay for women’s choices is being turned into a weapon against men.

The greatest lie that has ever been told is that the men who gave blood, sweat and tears to build civilization were privileged. They fought, died and gave everything they had for a society that takes them for granted. Men have built the very ground you walk on, and have died in the millions to create everything you touch.

Source: Real Sexism

Also read: Men: The Real Victims Of Domestic Violence

This Man’s Gut-Wrenching Story Of Domestic Violence Will Make You Squirm

I am a 31 year old, well-to-do banker, working for an international bank in Maharashtra. A firm believer in the institution of family and marriage, I entered into an arranged marriage in December 2014 with a girl from Delhi. She was an IT professional, working in my city and seemed to be someone who shared my values and beliefs. Before the wedding, I had clearly mentioned my desire for a nurturing and supportive relationship, and a family life and she reciprocated with her own desire for the same.

But days after the wedding, all my ideas about a fulfilling marriage and relationship came crashing down. After we returned from our international honeymoon, planned by her, paid by me, she insisted that we live separately, away from my parents. I gave in to her demands, feeling that as a newly married couple, it was obvious that we would need our privacy. I also employed two maids to help her with cooking and the housework. My wife did not even lift a finger to do anything in the house. Even basic cleanliness and cooking was taken care of by me or the maids. She would also frequently drink, smoke and abuse me verbally. She also slapped me a couple of times in front of my friends and relatives. But I overlooked these incidents, thinking that she needed more time to adjust.

I had a huge friends circle and wanted her to feel at home with them as well. But, she made no effort to integrate herself with them and ensured that I started isolating myself from my friends. She often went out with her friends and sister, but did not include me in her plans. I would often find out where she had been courtesy her Facebook updates and photographs. When I wanted to accompany her, she refused saying that she was an independent individual and did not want me to tag along with her. I was extremely hurt and upset with this behaviour, as I was going out of my way to ensure that she felt at home with my friends, while she was avoiding spending time with me, in the company of her friends.

In an effort to establish a rapport with her family and keep her happy, I footed bills of all the expensive gifts and family vacations for her family. In return, I had to suffer taunts and humiliation in front of her family members, as well.

Things became worse, when she started abusing me for calling up my parents or trying to visit them for a couple of hours on the weekends. Isolated from my friends and family in order to keep my marriage working, I started losing my peace of mind and sanity. The psychological harassment grew by leaps and bounds and I spent nights sleeping in my car just to escape her constant taunts and allegations.

Like all Indians, I had also been brought up to believe that marriage is for keeps and all marriages face some teething troubles. I believed that with love and understanding, things would improve. I also kept this reality hidden from my parents so that they weren’t troubled.

In the four months that we lived together, she didn’t spend a penny on anything and constantly made demands on me for fulfilling all her desires, material and physical. I co-operated, I realize now that I was foolish in hoping that things would improve. She left for Delhi in May 2015, citing a family emergency. After that she didn’t pick up my calls or replied to my messages. A few days later, I got a summon from the Crime Against Women cell in Delhi, where she had lodged a complaint against me and my parents on allegations of cruelty, dowry and harassment.

The shock of this allegation was further compounded, when I realized that she had walked away with valuable jewelry, including items that belonged to my mother, other valuables like my laptop, camera and hard drives.

The allegations, trips to Delhi, the unreasonable demand for alimony, which is much more than my capacity and the sheer emotional toll it has taken on my parents and me is immense. The breakdown of the marriage has affected us physically, emotionally and psychologically. My mother has needed therapy to cope up and I have become a shadow of my former self.

In our country, when a marriage doesn’t work out, blame is automatically allocated on the boy and his family. Luckily, my friends, neighbors are people who were first-hand witnesses to the behavior of my wife have been supportive. I shudder to think what would have happened without their encouragement. I would probably have ended up as a statistic of men committing suicide due to harassment.

My gullibility and immense faith in the institution of marriage is a bygone thing. Now, all I want is to be out of this mess and try and gather the scattered pieces of my life.

Originally published on Times Of India

Also see: Men: The Real Victims Of Domestic Violence