In the past month, the fertility monitor “Fertility Monitor” has been trending on Twitter and Facebook.
According to the creator of the website, “Feminist” is a term coined by conservative bloggers, in reference to feminists who argue that women’s biological and sexual characteristics are not to be compared with men.
Fertility monitors often display the word “feminist” in their headlines, and in the case of the site, the phrase has also been used to describe “anti-feminist bloggers.”
“Feminists have been promoting their ideology for many years,” the creator wrote on the website.
“The Fertility Monitor is a tool to keep track of these feminists.
They don’t care if it’s a woman’s birth control method, her weight, her gender, or whether or not she’s married.
Their goal is to control our fertility, and that’s what the Fertility Monitoring website is all about.”
The creator of FertilityMonitor.com, a website that monitors women’s fertility, has a history of making headlines for his own purposes.
In December, a group of conservative bloggers took the “F” word out of “Fetish Monitor” after it began displaying a picture of a man wearing a shirt that read, “If you like your men and want to see them happy, we don’t mind, just be nice to me.”
The “Fete Monitor” website also used a similar phrase to describe a woman who was “fertility monitoring” and was wearing a T-shirt that read “Men can get pregnant.
But not by me.”
The term “Fetus Monitoring” was used in an article by a conservative blogger who claimed that the “sexist” “sexism” of women who are “fetishizing” their partners “is literally destroying men.”
In response to a call for the removal of the Fete Monitor website from Twitter and a blog post from a conservative writer who claimed to be a former Fete monitor, the website’s creator told Mashable that he had been referring to “the Fete Monitoring website for some time now.”
He added that the phrase was not a direct reference to him personally.
“I’m not going to name the individual who wrote the article,” he said.
“It’s just that it was one of the first things that came to mind.”
The website’s founder told Mashables that he made the decision to “put a disclaimer” about the term “fetish monitor” because he felt it was not acceptable to use the term in an advertisement.
“We had a lot of backlash on social media,” he told Mashably.
“People said ‘why would you want to call someone a Fetish Monitor?'”
The creator also said that he decided to remove the website from social media after he noticed people criticizing the website for the title and logo.
“After a few days of that, I made a decision to remove it from Twitter,” he wrote on his website.
“There are a lot more than 50 people who have already used the Fetish Monitoring logo in their tweets.
I think it’s very offensive to call them Fetish monitors.”
Fetisherman and FetusMonitor.net are not the only conservative-leaning websites that use the phrase “fetus monitoring.”
“Fetishes are not real,” the Fetus Monitor website reads.
“They are a fake social construct.”
Mashable reached out to the website to get a comment on whether the term would be removed from Twitter, but the site did not respond by press time.