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Feminism has Failed; Virtually Every Aspect of the Feminist Movement has Backfired, Says Noted Author Stefan Aarnio

The Feminist Crusade was supposed to make things better for women but it all backfired. Women, who largely used to stay in the comfort of their homes, are now pressured to get an outside job and may soon be drafted into the armed forces. Life was better for women before feminism according to author Stefan Aarnio.

WINNIPEG, Manitoba, April 26, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Feminism has failed. Everything feminist leaders tried to do has backfired. Their crusade was supposed to make things better for women but it all backfired. Now women have to work and they are pressured into fighting in the armed forces. Life was better for women before feminism. That's the opinion of Stefan Aarnio, author of the book "Hard Times Make Strong Men," who continues his opinion saying, "The failed Feminism movement comes from Communism which also failed. Equality for everyone? Feminists only want to be equal when it benefits them."

Interview with Stefan Aarnio:

1. Why do you say feminism has failed? What examples do you have for this claim?

Answer: Where do I begin? Before the feminist movement, women got to stay in a safe home and live a life of leisure and later raise children in that home. Today millions of women have to go to work. Tomorrow millions more might be drafted and possibly get killed. "Prior to feminism, the closest women got to that level of danger was watching vicariously at other people's messed up lives on Soap Operas while they continued to live safe, protected lives at home while their husbands were working and doing whatever was necessary to protect his family and tribe."

2. What's wrong with women who want to work?

Answer: Nothing, if they want to. Everything if they have to.

3. What's wrong with having women serve in the military?

Answer: Think about it. You'll figure out the answer. If I had a choice between having my wife's body come back dead in a body bag vs. having her at home and vibrant and very much alive, I'd choose the latter not the former.

4. A counter-argument can be made the masculinity has failed with there being a huge backlash toward 'toxic masculinity.' What do you have to say about that?

Answer: There is nothing wrong with true masculinity that includes being a gentlemen to feminine ladies (not feminists), where a man puts his life on the line for his woman and his tribe.

True masculinity includes being a moral, thoughtful man. Feminists have done their level best to repel gentlemen.

5. In your book, "Hard Times Create Strong Men," you describe what being a strong man looks like. Is it mostly about muscle and machismo or is there more to it?

Answer: There's far more to be a truly strong man than meets the eye. For starters, as I said, a strong man is a moral man. To be strong, when you make a promise you need to keep it, and that especially goes for marriage vows. Throughout history, Masculinity has always been about power, while femininity has been about morality. When power and morality come together, that is the whole package. A man in his base state is primal like a wild beast, but when you add morality you get a really well-rounded man, something more than a wild beast. A good and feminine woman can soothe the savage beast.

6. Tell us more about your book, "Hard Times Creates Strong Men"? And where can a person go to learn more about what it takes to be a strong man, contributing positively to society, family, and culture?

Answer: They may visit StefanAarnio.com or HardTimesStrongMen.com to find many valuable resources as well as getting a copy of "Hard Times Creates Strong Men."

7. Give us a final thought on how modern feminism fits into the larger picture of our current culture compared to historical norms.

Answer: Hard times make strong men. Strong men create good times. Good times create weak men. Weak men create hard times. We are in the final stage before it all falls apart and has to be rebuilt--and not upon the bedrock of feminism or other failed cultural experiments.

About Stefan Aarnio:

Stefan Aarnio is a national expert on the topic of masculinity and the 'antidote' to feminism.

Aarnio says, "Feminism has failed. Everything feminist leaders tried to do has backfired. Their crusade was supposed to make things better for women but it all backfired. Now women have to work and are pressured into fighting in the armed forces."

Stefan's latest book "Hard Times Make Strong Men" has been a popular discussion on talk shows across America. Stefan boldly defends traditional masculinity and denounces such wimpy things as college campus 'crying zones.'

Stefan Aarnio is an award-winning real estate investor, award-winning serial entrepreneur, motivational coach, and educator.

Having built his fortune through purchasing real estate at 40-60 cents on the dollar, Stefan became an avid student of negotiation at a young age testing and learning the principles in this book first hand in the real world.

On a day-to-day basis, Stefan is the CEO of two multi-million-dollar companies and travels the world educating business people and entrepreneurs to bring forward the next generation of success.

Stefan Aarnio has written multiple books and has produced hundreds of podcasts and videos.