They Have Done Something Rash
Here is another revelation of feminism's true face, on a par with the Agent Orange files. The Real Feminist we are now dealing with calls herself "Krista", and she even claims to be starting her own movement. The following, taken from her blog, will assuredly whet your appetite for more. Click on this to get a more readable version:
So, Krista is a female supremacist, a bio-essentialist, and undoubtedly a Manichean essentialist as well. You will see from her picture that she looks like the kid next door. But she would be right at home in the Radfem Hub private forum, in the august company of Bonobabe, Luckynkl, JourneyMistress and all the rest.
Bear in mind that such feminists are "extremists" because they represent the extreme development of an organic underlying principle. So they are not outliers. They are not extreme sui generis. Rather, they are extreme in context, in reference to a unifying continuum. They are the extremity of a particular something.
So yes, I mean that all feminists are like this, but that not all feminists are so far along the road. But disaffection toward males, whatever its extremity or proximity, is the binding factor that glues all feminism together and makes it "monolithic". And radical feminism is like a crystal ball. It shows us what the feminist future will be if feminism follows its evolutionary trajectory to the logical endpoint.
In the following blog post, Krista allows how castration would be a deuced sharp idea:
Charming stuff, yes?
A bit of encouraging news. We may predict, that as the social heat and pressure upon feminism ramps up and up, more and more such people, saying such things, will be squeezed to the surface where non-feminist men and women can have a good look at them. For you see, the psychic tension within feminism, induced by fear and guilt, will grow unbearable if it cannot vent the toxins in this manner. So I am expecting more Kristas to be popping up. If we are wise, we will manage our rhetorical strategy in such a way as to occupy the moral high ground.
I am archiving the content of Krista's blog, and I would encourage you all to do likewise.