The police in the United Kingdom are on a quest to prove to the world that sexism is still alive and well. So they made the video below as proof, and, in an ironic twist of fate, the video does prove there is an obvious gender bias going on. Against men.
Apparently the police force in North Yorkshire has declared misogyny a hate crime. It’s the latest effort by the UK to make women more safe (see UK Police Now Deem Staring at a Woman’s Breasts a ‘Hate Crime.’ Yes, Really.). Just not from handsy migrants.
No word yet on whether misandry (hatred against men) will get its own campaign…
Oh, and by “misogyny” they mean anything men do that women don’t like. No, really. Peep the list of examples below.
From today, misogyny will officially be recognised as a hate crime by North Yorkshire Police. It will target incidents carried out by men and boys towards women and girls simply because of their gender.
Examples of this may include:
- unwanted or uninvited sexual advances
- physical or verbal assault
- unwanted or uninvited physical or verbal contact or engagement
- sexually graphic and explicit obscene language
- use of mobile devices to send unwanted or uninvited messages or take photographs without consent or permission
My favorite? Unwanted or uninvited verbal contact. THOU SHALT SPEAK NO WORDS IN MY DIRECTION, SEXIST! Until I’ve had my coffee, of course.
Protip to civilized countries: maybe stop empowering women with the tools to become vindictive, hangry menstrual monsters. The result doesn’t exactly scream “equality” (see Woman Makes Up Fake Rape Story. Because She Was ‘Traumatized’ by the Election and Rape Culture? Woman Fakes Rape, Kidnapping to Con Boyfriend). But the message it does send is how delicate, wimpy, pampered and unrealistic WOMEN are. Which, last I checked, wasn’t exactly what classical feminists fought for. In fact many a classical feminist is pirouetting in their graves as these sissies insist on preferential treatment.
All of this comes courtesy of shrieking feminists who claim the system is rigged against women. Not so. In fact, if anything, it seems there’s been quite a bit of rigging in favor of women lately. Now a woman can say “this man verbally harassed me!” and he’s charged with a crime. Where “verbally harassed” can be “he looked at me wrong and said I was pretty” or some such malarkey. Progress.
While we’re on the subject…