You seem upset.
However, resorting to ad hominem attacks will not serve to strengthen your position, especially in the face of easily verifiable evidence which contradicts it.
First of all, let me assure you... women do not scare me. If men who oppose feminism scare you, perhaps it would help if you directed some of your energies toward finding a way to control your emotions.
Now let's move on.
You accuse me of somehow trying to derail the argument in order to... what... "distract" you? This is clearly untrue.
Our difference of opinion is basically twofold:
You are saying that Boxxy is a feminist, and that feminism is good.
I am saying that Boxxy is not a feminist, and that feminism is bad.
The primary issue is this:
You are promoting feminism, and I am pointing out its flaws.
You raise the issue of "Smexxy", and attempt to contrast it with "modesty".
Yet a woman can be modest and sexy at the same time. The two are not incompatible.
Just as a man can be both gentle and strong.
Being feminine does not make women weak. It makes them women.
The more women seek to be like men, the more they cease to be women, just as men who seek to be like women cease to be men. This is not merely an opinion, but a self-evident fact of nature.
To put this in the vernacular of chan-speak, I suppose one could say that, "feminism=faggotry".
Feminism is not sexy. It only pretends to be. Femininity, on the other hand, is quite naturally, and extremely so.
You misuse the angry post of Catie in response to the vulgar comments and other disparaging things posted on the Internet regarding her, by attempting to portray it as an example of feminism.
That is not feminism. It is righteous anger, and righteous anger is absolutely gender neutral. Feminism has nothing to do with it.
You go on to give a definition of "rape" that is so bizarre as to be almost laughable, which effectively nullifies the sympathy for your position on feminism which you clearly intended to provoke with it.
You assert that "tough guys" who called her their "Queen" in her absence were angered when Catie returned to claim her life on the net, but without any proof at all that these angry "tough guys" you refer to were, in fact, "guys" at all, and if they were, you offer no proof whatsoever that they were not simply a few odd jelly neckbeards and betafags.
Speaking as an actual, real-life "tough guy" who has never stopped loving Boxxy, should I then be "offended", or even shamed, by such a sexist, or dare I say, "anti-male", "feminist" remark? LOL. Get out of town.
Then you mention "choice". Feminism does not give women the right to choose. Basic humanity, or the simple state of being human, does that, and again, basic humanity is absolutely gender-neutral. Feminism has nothing to do with it.
You say there are feminists who believe women are superior, as if they do not represent the majority of mainstream proponents of feminism.
Here are a few quotes, taken from a source I have already provided you:
"I feel that 'man-hating' is an honorable and viable political act, that the oppressed have a right to class-hatred against the class that is oppressing them." - Robin Morgan, Ms. Magazine Editor
"To call a man an animal is to flatter him; he's a machine, a walking dildo." - Valerie Solanas
"I want to see a man beaten to a bloody pulp with a high-heel shoved in his mouth, like an apple in the mouth of a pig." - Andrea Dworkin
"Rape is nothing more or less than a conscious process of intimidation by which all men keep all women in a state of fear" - Susan Brownmiller
"In a patriarchal society, all heterosexual intercourse is rape because women, as a group, are not strong enough to give meaningful consent." - Catherine MacKinnon
"The proportion of men must be reduced to and maintained at approximately 10% of the human race." - Sally Miller Gearhart
"Men who are unjustly accused of rape can sometimes gain from the experience." - Catherine Comins
"All men are rapists and that's all they are" - Marilyn French
"Probably the only place where a man can feel really secure is in a maximum security prison, except for the imminent threat of release." - Germaine Greer.
Yet you say that my view of feminism is a "propaganda myth" that "tough guys" (there's that term again, lol) and "misogynists" like to circulate around the Internet. Well if that's true, then the above quotes must have most certainly come from a few "misogynists" who apparently think they are "tough guys".
Finally, you claim that feminism "is about support and respect for women's choices, and women's voices, nothing more. And nothing less."
If feminism is what you say it is, then it certainly wouldn't cause the many problems that it most obviously does. I have already described these problems in general terms for you in my original post. Further details and descriptions are freely available for your review.
Anyone can deny facts, but denial does not make those facts disappear.
The fact remains that feminism is not what its proponents claim it to be. It is not empowering. It is divisive. Femininity alone gives women all the power they need, and it does so exponentially, but without sacrificing the love of men, which they naturally desire.
And no, I wasn't referring to Christians, per se, as members of the "bad religion", because in its essence, Christianity does not promote, nor condone the murder of innocents. Any self-proclaimed "Christians" who do have simply been corrupted by Judaism, just as femininity has been corrupted by feminism.