Feminist writes book about the wipeout of the population of men so women will “miss” and “admire” them

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A very uninspired cover of a “Woman World”

An author by the name of Aminder Dhaliwal has a new book out which imagines what would happen if the population of men were gone. From the Amazon description:

“The hilarious and wildly popular instagram comic about a world with no men.

With her startling humor, it’s no surprise that Aminder Dhaliwal’s web comic Woman World has a devoted audience of more than 150,000 readers, updated biweekly with each installment earning an average of 25,000 likes. Now, readers everywhere will delight in the print edition as Dhaliwal seamlessly incorporates feminist philosophical concerns into a series of perfectly-paced strips that skewer perceived notions of femininity and contemporary cultural icons. D+Q’s edition of Woman World will include new and previously unpublished material.

When a birth defect wipes out the planet’s entire population of men, Woman World rises out of society’s ashes. Dhaliwal’s infectiously funny instagram comic follows the rebuilding process, tracking a group of women who have rallied together under the flag of “Beyonce’s Thighs.” Only Grandma remembers the distant past, a civilization of segway-riding mall cops, Blockbuster movie rental shops, and “That’s What She Said” jokes. For the most part, Woman World’s residents are focused on their struggles with unrequited love and anxiety, not to mention that whole “survival of humanity” thing.

Woman World is an uproarious and insightful graphic novel from a very talented and funny new voice.”

Hollywood Reporter did an interview with this feminist. Read the whole interview here. From their report:

“In Aminder Dhaliwal’s Woman World, the end of the world has arrived… for men. The new graphic novel from Drawn & Quarterly collects a series of Ignatz Award-winning cartoons by the former Cartoon Network storyboard director (Dhaliwal now works for Disney TV Animation) set in a future where mankind has died off for mysterious reasons, leaving women in charge of everything — and the result is gentle, hilarious and arguably a far better world than the one we currently have.”

The feminist just wants the book to encourage women to “miss” and “admire” men. From the interview:

“The word “feminism” often sparks an instant negative reaction online. I thought creating a comic in which men have gone extinct was exactly what internet misogynists would expect a “feminazi” to do. So within that construct, I wanted to focus on the love and sweetness of the world and make the women miss and admire men.”

My boyfriend is in the military. I already admire him. And I get plenty of chances to miss him when he is deployed, especially when he was in the sand box for a year.

The feminist also wants to explore a “softer approach to masculinity.”

I was thinking of what movies explore a softer approach to masculinity, and Paul Blart hits that fun spot. It’s about a soft authority figure — a new kind of masculine. I love the idea of future anthropologists studying the 21st century and finding inaccurate forms of media to define a culture.”

Did I mention that my boyfriend is in the military? That “new kind of masculine” isn’t going to go over so well in a combat zone. And we’ve already got that kind of masculinity (or lack thereof). Ever hear of a Soy Boy?

The feminist author is free to write whatever fiction she wants. Her product certainly won’t be making its way onto my bookshelf.


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8 responses to “Feminist writes book about the wipeout of the population of men so women will “miss” and “admire” them

  1. Have these ignoramuses never read historical diaries and letters between examples such as Woodrow Wilson and his wife and John and Abigail Adams? Or any other historical writings, showing men to be much broader in their concerns and compassion than they had ever imagined? I think SOMEBODY needs to get out, …to the library. But even, most of these writings are free online now, so there is no excuse. I just can’t grasp the stupidity. Autobiographies are always a rich source of history also. Imagine, we don’t have to GUESS what they were thinking!!!They wrote it down!!!

  2. They are all about divisiveness in all its forms. Race, gender, class, politics, religion. It’s all about dividing people. First one must identify, then learn to “hate” anyone else.

    It’s more than a little scary how easily all this has been done. To actually get people to hate themselves for their race is quite an accomplishment. Sane people don’t do things like that.

  3. CogitoErgoSumantra

    I’m not that saddened by the fact that an Indian female living in Canada has these views (or at least purports to), nor that she is able to publish them to a world-wide audience, nor even that she finds a coven of similar believers among feminist-left progressives. There have always been freaks & geeks who stand together, outside the social norms of acceptable thought & behavior.

    The thing I disdain is that she and her spewage, and that of folks like her, are gaining an ever-increasing audience thanks to the Internet and the increasing distance our civilization is putting between itself and any sort of God-centered definition of morals and absolute values. *That* is what allows it to flourish.

    I fear the time will come, and it won’t be centuries, but rather decades or even years from now, when her ideas are held favorably by a majority of people.

    Unless something is done to set things right again… before that fall.

    • CogitoErgoSumantra

      BTW, did anybody else see this about Norm MacDonald (SNL alum) getting spurned for declaring that the Me2 movement has gone too far?

      He also opined that Chris Hardwick, Louis CK, and Roseanne all got treated pretty unfairly by the PC progressives. Horribile dictu! How dare he!

      Granted, I was never a big fan of his. And I think, from what I’ve read, Louis CK *admitted* his guilt (although he made his 1y comeback last month, much to the lament of the Me2s). But Norm’s right; there IS no room for dissent on the Wacky Left. *He* deserved no attacks by the wacky left…

      Many radical feminists *do* seem to have it in for men, and the Me2 movement seems a very easy way for them to get men (and now even corporations) dismissed from power. What a way to get to the top!

      Kinda like getting one’s way by claiming racism, genderism, homophobia, etc.; there *may be* such issues and guilty parties, but saying it doesn’t make it true, and folks should still be considered innocent until proven guilty, given the chance to prove that innocence, and then allowed to sue for defamation and false charges, lost wages, etc. when the facts prove their innocence!

  4. And it dies out in 1 generation.

  5. I doubt if there will ever be a world devoid of men.
    It there is any truth at all to the Bible, man was created first. So why would even the thought of a world without men even enter her mind except as I think she means that with her boyfriend not around , she misses him and admires him more than when he is.
    And we know today, if at no other time in history, it is man who is behind the world domination scheme and women and minorities are just being used to bring it about and just as in other civilizations throughout history, women will be the subjects of men and subject to men.

  6. I do admire and miss our great American women. Too many of them have already left.

    I miss, but see some of those in the movies, inside the commercials being shown on TV, in the Hollywood Awards programs, in those role models being provided for our schoolchildren and college students, as well as those “successful”, but plastic women who are being constantly talked about and shown in media, and who are constantly pushed as being models for reprehensible public behavior from inside almost every afternoon TV program, women’s and media magazines, and MSM expose’ reports.

    I miss all of the truly great women there. But, I’m glad to know that many of them still are around, taking care of their children, attending to normal business, and being faithful and productive wife’s or [generally struggling these days] business people. Many of those have been deluded to want to aspire to be one of those others and to pretend to admire them, the plastic and hollow ones. But other than that, our women often have the very best of lives, though difficult at times, and they remain by far the best women in this world. These are the women who are intelligent and who love our American country and people, and all of our proud heritages which were given to us by the virtues of our previous multiple generations of hard-working American men and women. We men who do have this kind of woman at our sides and inside our homes know that we, and our American nation of still great people, remain fortunate to have and know those who remain the true and real great women of our nation.


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