Feminism With Its Overcoat Wide Open...
When you study this PDF file which I am about to share with you, you might feel as though you've gotten hold of a classified document that was smuggled out of the Sisterhood Kremlin! If you have ever had the least doubt that feminism is a totalitarian ideology that could make the world into a nightmare police state, this ought to scotch your uncertainties -- and if you don't feel simultaneously numbed, fatigued in your brain, chilled in your veins and overpowered by despair upon reading this stuff, then I fear you are beyond all help, my friend!
What you will find is 149 pages of citations from hardcore, radical academic feminist writers -- including Catherine MacKinnon! Here's a little teaser for you:
". . .But when women are segregated in private, one at a time, a law of privacy will tend to protect the right of men "to be let alone" to oppress us one at a time. A law of the private, in a state that mirrors such a society, will translate the traditional values of the private sphere into individual women's rights to privacy, subordinating women's collective needs to the imperatives of male supremacy. . ."Well. There is absolutely no way you can reason with a self-validating mindset like that, and it is fruitless to even undertake such. That is why I say: don't bother arguing with feminists! It makes more sense to simply trade with them in their own coin, which roughly means that whatever they do to us (morally and intellectually speaking) we are entitled to throw right back at them!
But ask yourself very, very seriously if you wish to live in the kind of world that you know feminism would ultimately create. And then, tell me if you think it is feasible to "persuade" feminism to NOT create that kind of world? No? Then what else might be the options. . .?
Anyway. . . in this same document, you will find many samples of feminist handwriting appearing as comments in the margins -- which might be of interest to all you graphology experts out there! (I've already tried "tracing" some of these cursives with a pencil in order to pick up an intuitive feel for the various personalities! ;) One interesting thing I noticed was that the handwritten word "women" had in several places been corrected by a later scribe to read as "womyn" -- by overwriting the letter 'e'!
Fair warning: This is a 7-megabyte file.
Very well, you have been warned. So here it is:
I'm tempted to say "enjoy", but I'm not sure that's appropriate. . .