On a slightly different topic, the question arises if I am a misogynist or an antifeminist.
Do I believe in misogyny? No – but I believe in the harsh condemnation of people who act in their own interests at the expense of others. Since all human beings do that – right down to my own father, who acted in his own interest in order to acquire a woman who was acting in her own interest – I consider myself a misanthrope. I believe that all human beings act, understandably, in their own vested interest and devise ideologies or align themselves with ideologies in order to achieve what they want.
Do I believe in anti-feminism? I actually don’t know what feminism is. To understand it I would require reading that would take a very long time and devotion of energy to fully comprehend the scholastic background of it. However, I assume, like every other politicized movement, that it is something engineered to benefit a particular group. Is that a bad thing? No, of course it isn’t. But like all politicized movements it puts its own interests at its own heart, does not sway from it, and makes no compromises in accumulating whatever resources it requires; so essentially it is no different from MRA’s, red-pillers, communists, Neo-Nazis, Republicans, Democrats, Liberals, Conservatives, or any other categorized party that values itself and its party base and ignores complete universal objectivism, simply because it is not important to itself.
A prime example would be white “red pillers” who condemn white western feminism and then utilize Asian feminism to get laid. So in this case, anti-feminism is just as corrupt and two-faced as feminism.
One thing I do not like is duplicity. In the case of Asian feminism, it is duplicitous in assigning particular blame to Asian patriarchy, ignoring white patriarchy. Contrarily, white feminism assigns blame to white patriarchy while ignoring non-white patriarchy. Even if I went on the assumption that feminism itself is a condemnation of patriarchy (I don’t know, is it?) it doesn’t seem to be very universal in its condemnation.
Unfortunately Hapas are really at a crossroads in this regard.