Sunday, March 12, 2017

Let's have 'A Day Without Whiners'

Patrice Lewis dubs American feminists a collective 'pain in the heinie'

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This week, as you doubtless know, we saw “A Day Without a Woman” (or, as I call it, a Day Without Whiners) sponsored by George Soros and coinciding with International Women’s Day, during which “… women and our allies [acted] together for equity, justice and the human rights of women and all gender-oppressed people, through a one-day demonstration of economic solidarity.” We were assured this was done in the “spirit of love and liberation,” except for any women who refused to participate. They were promptly branded “privileged,” “ignorant” and “devastatingly selfish.”

In advance of this august occasion, a bronze statue of a defiant little girl was placed in front of the famous Wall Street “charging bull” statue. The child purportedly was challenging Wall Street’s “traditionally male environment” to increase gender diversity.......In many regards, the statue of the girl exemplifies the whole feminist movement: defiantly doing stupid things in the name of, um, love and liberation, and then getting trampled beneath the sharp hooves of the movers and shakers who reside in the Real World and actually get things done. Feminists suffer under the universal delusion they’re actually important, rather than a pain in the heinie............Read more

 

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