Thursday, January 26, 2006


Mike Adams responds to an angry feminist and takes a look at today's women's movement in a series of funny columns (Part I is here) that highlight some of the reasons he isn't able to take them seriously anymore:

American feminists generally do not become feminists because of some well-defined political goal. For example, in your email you enumerate several important political objectives. You want to vote. You want to be free to hold elective office. You want rape to be illegal. You want to be able to work. You don’t want to be forced to get and stay pregnant at all times. You want genital mutilation (of females) to be illegal.

I have an important newsflash, Daisy: You have already achieved all six of these political objectives. But, nonetheless, you continue to rant. And you continue to live in the past. That makes it difficult to take you seriously.

Amen, brother. Part II can be found here.

You know, it occurs to me that American women today need feminism like...oh, I don't a fish needs a bicycle, perhaps?

Sometime in the mid to late-20th century, the women's movement became trapped in amber, and they stopped roaring. Today their petty grievances have the shrill character of mere petulant whining.

Get a real life, girls.

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