Sunday, January 1, 2017

The Sisterhood and a Profound Weariness: Unbiased Analysis

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Having for decades been exposed to the hostility of radical feminists, to the enormous harm they have done the schools and universities and the military, to relations between men and women, to their ashen tediousness and endless fury, their  victimhood,  I finally began to yell, “I’m mad as hell and I’m not going to take it anymore.” At least, not quietly. Some thoughts, expressed with the gentility characteristic of this worthy column:

To begin with, there is  problem of forged credentials. Radical feminists do not represent women. They represent radical feminists. Other women typically say that they are feminists, meaning in favor or equality of pay and opportunity, but explicitly reject the ideological baggage of the radicals.

4 comments:

  1. What a bunch of disgusting females. Drop them off in Arabia and watch the attitude adjustment.

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  2. Slutwalkers as walking billboards...must be a new academic major. indyjonesouthere

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