Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Violence Against Women by Violent Women: The Third Rail of Feminism


Throughout history unspeakably cruel crimes have been committed by violent women against women and girls. But the heavily-funded 600+ Women’s Studies departments in United State universities and the multi-billion dollar domestic violence industry seem to want to pretend female victims of violent women do not exist.

The reason for this treatment of female victims of violent women is that detailed case reports of atrociously cruel and gratuitous murders and tortures of women committed women would, if they were given the attention they deserve, would undermine the entire ideology that justifies a biased, misandric, approach to dealing with social problems

Thus, from the perspective of the domestic violence movement, female victims are, in a very real sense treated as second-class victims, whose stories need to be kept under the rug.

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• FEMALE VICTIMS EXCLUSIVELY •


• VICTIMS OF BOTH SEXES •

Acid Queens: Women Who Throw Acid (includes victims of both sexes)

Creepiest Female Serial Killer Quotations (includes victims of both sexes)

Creepiest Female Serial Killers (includes victims of both sexes)

Female Serial Killers of 19th Century America (includes victims of both sexes)








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Update:

“PARANOID,” SHE SAID:

On June 22, 2013 a website called Fem It Up! Put out the following false statement in reference to The Unknown History of MISANDRY.

“Here’s a whole website devoted to exposing the history of “misandry” by telling the sordid tales of female serial killers who targeted men, like Vera Renczi and Viktoria Foedi Rieger. Don’t think the irony is lost on me that I am using a paranoid Men’s Rights site to make my case.”

[Christina Paschyn, “Jackie the Ripper: Where Are All the Female Serial Killers on TV?” Fem It Up!, Jun 22, 2013]

Apparently the author did not spend much time working on her psychiatric diagnosis of “paranoia,” since she failed to notice that the website is not devoted primarily to female serial killers, but also contains extensive historical sources on chivalry justice, racketeering (Heart Balm Racket, Badger Game, Alimony Racket, Allotment Annies, etc.), Revenge-Motivated Maternal Filicide, the early history of the Men’s Rights Movement (1910s-1920s), and most notably, violence by women against woman, as exemplified in “Female Serial Killers Who Liked to Murder Women” and “The Forgotten Serial Killers” about child care providers who murdered children (of both sexes, mind you).

The history of Female Serial Killers is, nevertheless, an important topic on The Unknown History of MISANDRY, it must be said..

Our research has identified 700 cases, the vast majority of them unknown to experts.

By the way, the majority of victims of female serial killers have been, in the aggregate, women and children.


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