Instead, his video nails their blatant hypocrisy and double standards when it comes to advocating for gender equality--which, of course, means equality for them and their gender. (Men and women they politically disagree with? Not so much!)
My favorite part is when he smacks down the concept of "victim blaming":
[Apparently], I engage in victim-blaming because I want to educate women about risky behavior that increases the probability of them being raped, just like I want to educate people about running virus protection on their computers.
Hey, it's not their fault they got a virus. The blame lies solely on whoever writes these computer viruses. But why should we have to do anything different when we haven't done anything wrong?
How horrible it is to advise a victim or potential victim of a home invasion to install a deadbolt or alarm system? Actually, those things are okay, because they're not feminists issues; but as soon as you get to an issue such as rape, it's an unforgivable sin.