This is for all the newcomers here. If what you see on the side bar makes you feel like you're seeing a confirmation bias of our theories, this post on a mainstream media outlet, psychologytoday.com should, I believe, be enough to convince you.
Why Modern Feminism Is Illogical, Unnecessary, and Evil
modern feminism is illogical because, as Pinker points out, it is based on the vanilla assumption that, but for lifelong gender socialization and pernicious patriarchy, men and women are on the whole identical. An insurmountable body of evidence by now conclusively demonstrates that the vanilla assumption is false; men and women are inherently, fundamentally, and irreconcilably different.
Further, modern feminism is unnecessary, because its entire raison d’être is the unquestioned assumption that women are and have historically always been worse off than men. The fact that men and women are fundamentally different and want different things makes it difficult to compare their welfare directly, to assess which sex is better off; for example, the fact that women make less money than men cannot by itself be evidence that women are worse off than men, any more than the fact that men own fewer pairs of shoes than women cannot be evidence that men are worse off than women. However, in the only two biologically meaningful measures of welfare – longevity and reproductive success – women are and have always been slightly better off than men. In every human society, women live longer than men, and more women attain some reproductive success; many more men end their lives as total reproductive losers, having left no genetic offspring.
This has already been explained in one of the sources in the side bar as what is known as the apex fallacy-comparing the plight of the vast majority of women to lives of aristocrats and top classes of men.
Finally, modern feminism is evil because it ultimately makes women (and men) unhappy. In a forthcoming article in the American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, Betsey Stevenson and Justin Wolfers of the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania show that American women over the last 35 years have steadily become less and less happy, as they have made more and more money relative to men. Women used to be a lot happier than men despite the fact that they made much less money than men. The sex gap in happiness (in women’s favor) has declined in the past 35 years as the sex gap in pay (in men’s favor) narrowed. Now women make as much as, sometimes even more than, men do. As a result, today women are just as unhappy, or even more unhappy than, men are.
TL;DR: Author explains how feminism is based on myths, and is not only completely (yes COMPLETELY) useless, but is also harming both genders. It is misandry on an open level, combined with a misogyny on a subtler level.
PS: After some more searching I also came across this article also posted on psychologytoday.com-
Why Anti-Feminism Is Illogical, Unnecessary, Evil, and Incredibly Unsexy
You might be wondering-did I just pick out, once again, what confirms the red pill theories?
Well, apart from the fact that the title of this article itself contains an ad hominem fallacy directed towards the author of the previous article mentioned above ('Incredibly unsexy') which is also garrulous for such a serious topic, upon searching for the names of the authors, I came across the following information-
Author of Why Modern Feminism Is Illogical, Unnecessary, and Evil - Satoshi Kanazawa - an evolutionary psychologist
Author of Why Anti-Feminism Is Illogical, Unnecessary, Evil, and Incredibly Unsexy - Gina Barreca - professor of English literature and feminist theory.
I do not think I even need to explain which of the two opposing articles is written by a more credible and scientifically inclined author. You are free to verify anything that I have written on here by yourself.