How wonderful is it when feminists can use pseudo-science to pervert reality especially through: 1) Denying the same response in women and blaming it in men 2) Equating trauma, not directed, in most cases at people with abuse 3) Taking genderless fears, especially the general lack of control and misrepresenting as controlling behavior over women 4) Lying that gender roles weren't created by women
Want some examples?
O.K. I'll give them but let's first see and understand the PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms as is explained by the well-known Mayo Clinic:
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition that's triggered by a terrifying event — either experiencing it or witnessing it. Symptoms may include flashbacks, nightmares and severe anxiety, as well as uncontrollable thoughts about the event.
Most people who go through traumatic events may have temporary difficulty adjusting and coping, but with time and good self-care, they usually get better. If the symptoms get worse, last for months or even years, and interfere with your day-to-day functioning, you may have PTSD.
Post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms may start within one month of a traumatic event, but sometimes symptoms may not appear until years after the event. These symptoms cause significant problems in social or work situations and in relationships. They can also interfere with your ability to go about your normal daily tasks.
Negative changes in thinking and mood
Symptoms of negative changes in thinking and mood may include:
· Negative thoughts about yourself, other people or the world
· Hopelessness about the future
· Memory problems, including not remembering important aspects of the traumatic event
· Difficulty maintaining close relationships
· Feeling detached from family and friends
· Lack of interest in activities you once enjoyed
· Difficulty experiencing positive emotions
· Feeling emotionally numb
Symptoms of changes in physical and emotional reactions (also called arousal symptoms) may include:
· Being easily startled or frightened
· Always being on guard for danger
· Self-destructive behavior, such as drinking too much or driving too fast
· Trouble sleeping
· Trouble concentrating
· Irritability, angry outbursts or aggressive behavior
· Overwhelming guilt or shame
So, now, the examples: "Save for a couple of buildings, including the local bakery, the whole town was "wiped out", she said. Hundreds of homes, including Judy's, were razed, dozens of residents — her neighbors, colleagues, friends — were killed.
"We lost everything that day," she told ABC News. "The only thing we got out of the house was the dog. Everything else was gone." "We lost everything that day," she told ABC News. "The only thing we got out of the house was the dog. Everything else was gone." "But for Judy, the crisis was only the beginning of another: within weeks her husband's domestic abuse had escalated sharply, she said, with his angry outbursts and controlling behaviors suddenly more fierce and unpredictable than she'd ever known them to be' That's not abuse, that's trauma and PTSD fitting the above description. It happens to men and women. Feminist blame men but help women. Some more? "For years (pseudo)experts have been studying the links between natural disasters and violence, with evidence suggesting events like earthquakes, hurricanes and bushfires can unmask or exacerbate domestic abuse, particularly against women, as a result of factors like trauma, financial hardship, unemployment and drug, and alcohol use" Again, it's a link to trauma and PTSD, not abuse. It can happen to men and women. Abuse is denying this reality, blaming men and selectively helping women. And here: "The program provides women in regional communities with legal advice, as well as financial counseling and social work support, via video consultations with frontline partner organizations" Yeah, the misandrist society gives all the help to women but blames the traumatized men. Also
"We know from experience that disasters exacerbate family violence situations and women are often at higher risk during the stressful recovery time following a bushfire," said Elisa Whittaker, who manages the service. Again, it exacerbates trauma, not violence while the help is reserved for women and the incitement for men. And it goes on: "Men's feelings of a loss of control or sense of failure to defend and protect their community, for instance, may have triggered complex emotions like inadequacy and shame, which is linked with some men's use of violence" Again, not linked to violence but PTSD from trauma. And this of course: Other men, she found, seemed to be struggling under the pressure of their own — and the community's — expectations that they, as men, should be able to cope with the trauma, to carry on afterward unfazed. One psychologist, she said, told her about a female client who reportedly said: "she wanted a man who would protect her in the fires or die attempting to". It's women indoctrinating men and using them as disposable tools but men are to blame And it continues One after another the men gave us stories that amounted to, 'anger was more acceptable than tears,'" she said. "It was alright if they punched a hole in the wall … but if they cried, it would suggest this guy is really not coping. "One man told us that he was so fractured after the fires that he would go into work at a firefighting organization and just put on this solid, unhappy face and grunt at people so they wouldn't talk to him. He said that was the only way he could get through the day — he didn't want to cry." Yeah, why would a disposable tool cry if he's expected, by women of course to die, and feminists blame him? And the incitement continues: At the same time, Dr. Parkinson said, there was also "enormous pressure" from friends, family, and police to "deny or forgive" men's violence, which she described as a "silencing of women". No, there's enormous pressure to deny female violence which isn't silencing women but men. And there's this pressure to stop men reporting this shit, again, the silencing of men not women. And most importantly, there this culture of false allegation, again not silencing women but men. "He became increasingly angry about what had happened, about the things that had been destroyed, and that anger was turned against me. "Thinking through it now, the core of abuse is to do with power and control over another person, and when this monster of a bushfire came through, I think his feelings of control were threatened. He had no control, he'd lost all of his possessions, but the one thing he thought he could control was me, and our relationship." Still, she kept trying to explain away his behavior, she said, telling herself it was connected to the stress they were under, that things would change. Yeah, he became angry not at her but what happened, that PTSD from trauma, not abuse. He, of course, lost control over the situation, not her. Regaining it amidst is trauma is controlling anyone. It happens to men and women. Denying it to men is indeed a feminist and female power and control game. That's misandry. And that's abuse. https://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2020-02-24/domestic-violence-anticipated-spike-bushfires-crisis/11980112?pfmredir=sm