A feminist politician has denounced men complaining of sexual discrimination at the hands of women as being nothing more than “gang rapists” who “should be ashamed.”
Yoko Tajima, a former Social Democrat member of the Japanese House of Councillors known for outspoken feminist views and appearances as a TV “talent,” spoke out against men complaining of unfair treatment at the hands of women.
Speaking about criticism of the increasingly controversial “women-only” carriages in operation on various Japanese rail lines, which have been criticised as forcing men in overcrowded carriages whilst women enjoy substantially less packed carriages, she denounced men with the temerity to complain about unequal treatment as being “the same as gang rapists”:
Some have been complaining that women-only carriages and women-only discounts represent sexual discrimination against men…
Isn’t the reason we have those carriages because of men? Before they start quibbling over such things, they should do something to root out the perverts amongst themselves!
Things like “ladies day” are there to help reverse the low incomes women have. They should be sympathetic, but instead they turn around and complain – this is sheer cruelty.
It’s the same as gang rape! You’ve no chivalry, you should be ashamed!
The irony of a feminist complaining of a shameful lack of chivalry amongst men hardly bears mention.