Radical Feminism vs. Culture of War

For a long time, men globally enjoyed engaging in sports. Among many options, their favorites included assembling players from different cultures to fight for distinct territories. If human culture has a favorite sport, it is warfare.

Men criticize radical feminism because women no longer want to have children to be pitted against each other in wars. Instead, they choose to care for themselves as they would for a baby, accepting only men who treat them with dignity and respect.

The “make love, not war” slogan didn’t work. People still don’t know how to make love. Women no longer want to dedicate their lives to contemplating human coldness, raising children without fathers, or experiencing violence, even in its subtlest forms.

The resulting phenomenon of the sexual revolution, which encouraged women to have various sexual relations with different partners, finally garnered respect for feminine energy. Because, regardless of one’s religion, hiding a lack of love behind God’s words is irrelevant.

Women became like men, increasingly entering the workforce to gain respect in this world. Biologically, however, it is challenging for women to fulfill a role that tends to suppress feminine biology. Women grew tired of waiting for men to change and decided to take matters into their own hands.

I write this with a hint of humor, acknowledging my role as a woman and the possibility of emotional trauma influencing my perspective. I am taking responsibility for my part in the battle of the sexes—applause for me.

Women are from Venus, and men are from Mars. A cliché, but true. In astrological biology, women are associated with Jupiter, Venus, and the Moon, while men are linked to Saturn, Mars, and the Sun. This biological dynamic may be inverted in some couples due to personality factors, but not on the global scale witnessed in Western culture today.

In times of crisis, roles may temporarily invert, such as when a husband dies in war, and the woman becomes the provider for her children. However, when a gender assumes a role out of fear rather than love and self-awareness, it takes a life path that is not its own.

Solutions in Relationships:

Celibacy is a powerful tool for female empowerment—a war of love. The mantra “If it’s not a hell yes, it’s a hell no” is revolutionary, signaling a shift in self-perception and deserving love and commitment.

Women do not need to fight; gentle, loving communication can solve disagreements. If the initial spark in a relationship is fading, remember what made it special and gently bring those elements back.

Reflections for Men:

Women share their bodies and intimate selves when they feel completely secure. Even within a marriage, consent is essential. Men choose their female partners to understand their worlds better, committing to loving, supporting, and understanding them through all phases.

Commitment is an ongoing process, and amidst distractions like social media, communication remains key.


Women need not assume masculine roles if they don’t want to. Life is more than work or proving oneself. It is dance, art, spirituality, and creation. Life is also about saying no when one feels disregarded, not becoming a hostage to insecurities. Spiritual growth first, self-love next, and then consider others.

To men: there’s no need to fight to the death, metaphorically or otherwise. Respect others’ opinions; accepting others is accepting yourself. Admire a woman’s spirituality; find strength in it. Discuss feelings, but don’t get bogged down—being overly emotional makes one lose objectivity. A powerful man knows his strength and doesn’t turn life with others into a battlefield.

Today’s world offers choices. There’s nothing wrong with recognizing natural predispositions, but let’s make conscious choices beyond religion or societal norms.