In an absolutely appalling case of victim blaming, inspirational feminist Clementine Ford has been labelled as the leading cause of men’s rights groups across Australia.
Shining a light on how evil and abusive men are with inspirational quotes like “all men are rapists” has lead to Ms Ford being described as a perfect role model for young women across Australia.
Not being able to cope with a beautiful, strong woman finally telling it like is has lead to a rise in men’s rights groups, according to psychologist Tracey Brimmer.
“What we’ve found is that the average young man doesn’t even have the decency to admit they are part of the problem and agree with everything Ms Ford says” Dr Brimmer confirmed.
Although it’s well known in society how misogynistic and vile men can be, Dr Brimmer says it only goes one way.
“It’s actually impossible for a woman to hate men. That’s not something that exists in our society.”
“Hatred of men is actually brave and courageous and we need to celebrate the women who are willing to openly display their hatred towards men.”
“This is what will lead to better relationships between the sexes.”
Dr Brimmer also said misogynist’s were rampant in modern society but misandrists, or women who hate men, aren’t a problem because misandry is inspirational.
“No one has even heard of a misandrist. All I hear are inspirational women finally given a voice to air the anger and bitterness they feel towards males for not doing exactly what they wanted”
Sydney men’s rights activist (MRA), John Stevos, said it was true he joined his group in order fight back against the ideas of women like Clementine Ford.
“I didn’t like what those women were saying so I joined this group. But now there’s a new group of women who don’t like us and they say we’re the problem for not liking them.”
“Luckily there’s another group rising up to fight the people who don’t like us”
“That should solve the problem”