Living the female entitlement dream


One aspect of the rise in feminism and the corresponding power that women now enjoy is their ability to accuse a domestic partner of the crime of domestic violence with near impunity. If the police are called to a domestic dispute then the vast majority of the time the man in the situation will be arrested, even if he himself was the victim of domestic violence. And women sure are able to dish out a lot of violence, particularly when they know that their word is better than a man’s.

One of the negative consequences of this is the fact that men are now finding themselves with a criminal record of domestic assault or at the very least their name in a database that can be used against them in the future. This can have far reaching and long lasting implications.

No visas for domestic violence convictions.

Visitors to Australia can be refused entry or kicked out if they have been convicted of domestic violence, under a new federal government directive.

Immigration Minister David Coleman’s decision came into force on Thursday, the Herald-Sun reports, barring anyone who has committed violence against women or children from the country.

“If you’ve been convicted of a violent crime against women or children, you are not welcome,” Mr Coleman said.

“Wherever the offence occurred, whatever the sentence, Australia will have no tolerance for domestic violence perpetrators.”

The double standards would of course be astounding if not for the fact that we live in a society where women are collectively and individually absolved of the responsibility of their actions on a regular basis. Women have enormous financial and social incentives to falsely accuse a man in their life of some sort of abuse. They’ll get a financial reward in the court settlement, they will enjoy the virtuous label of being a victim and a “survivor”; if they’re really smart they’ll throw in a diagnosis of post traumatic stress disorder, and now they get the additional benefit of seeing the man kicked out of the country if he is a visitor or refused entry in the first place.

Take special note of the final sentence. It doesn’t matter where in the world the accusation and sentencing took place. As far as the Australian government is concerned, any conviction is good enough, even if it took place in a nation that might have dubious legal practices.

The final nail in the coffin of so-called equality is that women are not held to the same standards. According to the conservative Australian government, domestic violence can only be perpetrated by men against women or children. Notwithstanding the statistics of women to commit the same abuse, both against their husband and children, for some reason women get a free pass on this matter.

But no matter how many advantages modern women have against the male sexual underclass, women are constantly told that they are the ones that are hard done by. They are the ones that have to fight just to have their voices heard. The absurdity of the situation would be obvious to everyone except for the fact that women want to believe it and weak men see their own embracing of the chimera of the inequality of women to advance their own pathetic value in the sexual marketplace.

Dream crazier? It can’t get much more crazy than it is right now.

This article was originally published at, where Adam Piggott publishes regularly and brilliantly. You can purchase Adam’s books here.