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Steps of a dehumanization campaign and how it has been used against male society by feminism

  1. Name - describe the group based on using the imposed perception of a characteristic or characteristics common to its members as its defining characteristic(s).
  2. Defame - ascribe negative personal traits to the overall group and advocate the belief that said personal traits are common to all members of the group.
  3. Blame - cite social or political issues, and assign responsibility for having caused those issues to the target group with either no evidence, or "evidence" based on ideological beliefs about the issues and the target group, unsupported by solid facts.
  4. Shame - impose a sense of guilt upon members of the target group in relation to the social or political issues for which the group is blamed and transmit perception of that guilt to the general public, so that the public will treat individuals within the group as guilty.
  5. Tame - use the sense of guilt, combined with societal prejudice, to subjugate the target group. This involves the application of rules and regulations imposed upon the group, but which don't apply to everyone else.
  6. Reign - use the combination of defamation and subjugation to govern a reduced societal perception of the target group as people, enforcing an overall treatment of its members as second class citizens. 
All of these steps are achieved or supported using threat narratives, in which the perpetrator group presents or represents the target group as a threat by feigning helplessness and painting the target group as both malicious and more capable/powerful than themselves.
Feminism's take on this:

  1. Name - The target group is the male segment of the human population. Being male is used as the defining characteristic to which traits are attributed. (Examples; male violence, predatory male sexuality, male privilege.)
  2. Defame - Academic and political feminists have spent decades attempting to insinuate upon male society the perception of having as universal traits violent tendencies and predatory nature
  3. Blame - Patriarchy theory, the core aspect of feminist ideology, infers victim status on women as a population by claiming a discriminatory environment, and blames a male-created, male-perpetuated, male-dominated power structure for that environment. (Example - the wage gap myth, glass ceiling myth, gendered discussions on intimate and partner violence.) 
  4. Shame - Feminist advocates treat all individual men as components of the "Patriarchy" machine, accuse male society of using violence to impose the claimed discriminatory environment for predatory reasons, and attempt to impose upon each individual man a sense of participation in causing perceived female losses or damages purportedly inflicted by mechanisms thereof. (Example - the Teach Men Not to Rape campaign.)
  5. Tame - Feminist advocates use imposition of male guilt over individual female suffering, combined with treatment of all men as inherently violent and predatory, as a rationale for demanding preferential treatment of females to the detriment of males, and as an emotional battering ram to break down male resistance to the discrimination against men that such a system would represent. (Example, advocacy for laws like VAWA and the Paycheck Fairness act)
  6. Reign - Academic and activist feminists use a combination of biased or fraudulent research, theory-based essays, propaganda, social guilt, and predatory exploitation of perceived victim status to maintain a politically and socially dominant position over male society. This has resulted in the ability of feminist groups to successfully agitate in wealthy nations and international organizations for the enactment of discriminatory law and policy mandating preferential treatment for women at the cost of infringement or outright violation of the human rights of men.

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