My hope is that feminist, racial justice, reproductive rights and LGBT movements build a coalition that centers on the lives of women who lead intersectional lives and too often fall in between the cracks of these narrow mission statements.
Reading through these quotes, one notes the conspicuus absence of certain and particular things. You will not find, in any of them, an assertion of support for individual rights or free market principles. You will not find, in any of them, any quantifiable, concrete, or cogent goals, just the usual left-wing twaddle about collective struggle and empowering marginalized groups of people. Likewise, you will not find any deviation in thought; in fact, each feminist’s goal is pretty much a re-worded version of every othr feminist’s goals.
What is common throughout the quotes is an acceptance as fact of left-wing myths that have been thoroughly debunked in the real world. Myths such as womenfolk only earning seventy-something percent of what menfolk make, the myth that American college campuses are Rape Zones where gang-rapes are just a typical fraternity initiation ritual, and the myth that what happened in Ferguson was that a totes innocent black schoolboy was gunned down by a racist cop.
What these vacuous quotes really reveal is that there really is no feminist movement. Rather, the feminists are just one unimatrix in the Progressive Left Borg collective. There is no individuality, no freedom of thouhgt, no questioning of dogma; just drones mindlessly repeating the insipid pieties of the left.