Remember when feminism was just women wanting an equal shot at access to the economic, cultural, and political life of our society? I actually don’t, but I have watched a lot of sitcoms from the Early-to-Mid 1970s and I think that was the gist of the 1970s feminist movement.
“Heteronormativity and gender roles also rear their ugly heads on Valentine’s Day. Gifts for ‘him’ or ‘her’ are clearly divided and marked and it’s almost impossible to find cards that represent queer couples. . . .
“It’s not hard to see why Valentine’s Day is problematic for many feminists. Celebrated traditionally, Valentine’s Day magnifies many of the very systems of domination that we work to critique and dismantle.”
These women are not about equal access to society, they want to tear society down and replace it with some kind of Matriarchal Collectivist … thing. Some openly call for Genocide of all (or most) of the penis-bearers.
And one of the sisterhood is putting that ideology into practive; the feminist who claims she had an abortion because she found out her baby was male (and killing it, by the way, was a very “empowering” experience.
I stand by my decision to abort my baby because it was a male.
I don’t hate men, I hate the patriarchy, what men, and even some women, turn into, I wasn’t going to let that happen with my offspring. The chances were greater that it would with a male, it was unacceptable.
If the curse returns, I would do the exact same thing all over again.
First, “I don’t hate men.” Right, and Brian Williams singlehandedly liberated Auschwitz. What she did is the very definition of evil; she destroyed another life for purposes of pure gratification. She justified killing her baby because “It would have grown up to be a man, and men are the problem.” But is her justification that much different than those who favor abortion because “Most of the women who get abortions are poor black women, and their babies would just consume welfare and end up incarcerated.” (As one pro-abortion Progressive Leftist put it, “Populations we don’t want too many of.”)
I think Robert Stacy McCain’s conclusion is correct. All radical feminists are nuts, and some are pure evil.