It’s called passionate violence

Gender violence is a big lie. No man kills or mistreats a woman “for the mere fact of being a woman.” A man who kills a woman does it out of jealousy, revenge, induced by alcohol or drugs, to collect insurance, hide another crime or because he has met another woman. But not for being a woman. Nor any woman. That is a gross lie, a ridiculous political theory that is not that it has no scientific basis, but that it is totally anti-scientific and anti-empirical. However, the lie has been repeated so much and, above all, those who disagree with it have been so threatened that they take it as the truth out of their own interest, mental laziness or to avoid getting into trouble.

Gender violence does not exist. What exists are genres of violence

The reality is that nobody, except for a certain type of psychopath, very specific and almost non-existent in the population, kills women because they are women. In fact, in these cases, it is about serial killers like the parking lot killer or Jack the Ripper, who kill unknown women but, curiously, usually leave their own partners alone. Neither no one is limited to attacking women for being sobut there is a certain type of abusive people who are abusive towards women, men, children, the elderly, the disabled and any person or animal over which they believe they can have an advantage.

gender violence does not exist. What exists are genres of violence. The use of the word “gender” as a synonym for “sex” was born in the US due to the puritanical determination of the Anglo-Saxon world to avoid this last term, which is the correct one. From there, a great fable has been built up to the current madness. A theory so fragile that its defenders are unable to sustain it over time without changing its meaning every time a new ideological wind blows. First it was that physical violence exercised by a man against his female partner or ex-partner. Later this had to be expanded because that kinship that the comprehensive law of 2004 included and continues to include is contradictory to the statement “for being a woman”, and thus any type of violence exercised by any man against any person began to be classified as gender violence. woman, regardless of whether she was his partner or not.

The expression «passion violence», which encompasses the violence that is born of the passions

But this did not last long either. When the transsexual movement (now called simply “trans”) became strong and this distinction between sex and gender began to be popularized in the media, they also gradually stopped talking about gender violence to start talking about “sexist violence», an expression that is now falling into disuse in favor of its plural, «macho violence». Who knows how all this involutes in the future, but it is clear that such a flimsy theory from an intellectual point of view, which undergoes constant twists in its meaning and application and which continues to be the subject of debate even among the gurus of the genre, is not can be translated into laws, much less into a whole punitive system and tax collection system against heterosexual men, with its author crimes, its special courts for men and its massive campaigns of indoctrination and propaganda that, to top it off, have not managed to reduce a apex violence against women, quite the opposite.

The expression «passion violence», which encompasses the violence that arises from the passions, specifically from the low passions: pride, anger, lust, greed, envy. What have been the capital vices of a lifetime, which however today are promoted in all its modalities and formats, mainly by the same feminist currents that say they want to eradicate evil from society.

It is completely irrational to think that the ideology of “because I’m worth it”, whose doctrinal body is reduced to four individualistic slogans that can perfectly be summed up as “think of yourself and do what you get out of there” is going to help something to end with any type of crime or abuse. A murderer – and a murderess – kills mainly to eliminate someone whom he considers an insurmountable obstacle in his life. That is what ultimately promotes the feminism: the emancipation and liberation of everything and everyone. Taken to its ultimate consequences, this elimination of obstacles ends in the shooting murder of two girls in Cuenca and the subsequent suicide of her mother.

It’s called passionate violence