Forbidden Thoughts

by The Council of Disobedient Women


Massey Wellington Student Association had a sit-in today.

Imagine a sit-in. On a campus. Against a women’s rights meeting. Did the ’60s really happen or did we fucking dream it?

They gathered in the student square, an echo chamber. Sitting on soft pillows of self righteousness. Cushions of delusion, wrapped in their safe space blankies. 

A pink and blue banner enforcing gender norms, they themselves were all dressed in their baby colours too.

They demanded Feminism 2020 be cancelled. If Speak Up for Women’s website were a book, they’d be burning it. 

Any wrong speak on their Student Union Facebook page was quickly deleted. When someone asked why it’s hate speech for women to campaign and speak about female sex-based rights it was deleted in minutes.

Whatever you do you must not speak of what the event is really about. 

SpeakUp4Women responds to disinformation about the Massey petition


  1. Honestly, what were ActionStation thinking?
    What was Massey University thinking?
    What was the students union thinking?

    These three organisations, the National Women’s Council and transactivists captured national media have declared war on the women’s liberation movement.

    I doubt that all but a tiny minority of those who signed the ActionStation petition have read anything on the website of Speak Up For Women. They’ve all signed because they’ve been told that there’s “hate speech” to confront. They’ve been lied to.

    ActionStation need to hold a mirror up to themselves.

    By using their resources against a group of women who want to talk about feminism they’ve taken a deeply misogynistic position.

    I’m not surprised that traditionally patriarchal institutions like a university and its students association should act so contemptuously of women. But ActionStation should know better.

  2. Feelings, it’s all about feelings. (please put to the music in your mind) When two young women were interviewed locally about their Black Lives Matter action in Portland, Maine (Maine is the whitest state in the United States), they emphasized their feelings and how the police should respect their feelings.

    This is the state of way too much of young people’s political activism. Apparently they were told constantly as children that other people were interested in their feelings and haven’t yet learned that in reality no one is interested in your bloody feelings. They FEEL for all those oppressed trans people so it’s time to persecute anyone who suggests that a discussion would be nice.

    I have no respect for those who sail through life on an ocean of feelings. And feelings are not the same as genuine emotion.

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