Thursday, January 26, 2012

The Life and Death of Radical Feminism

Was "state-sponsored, anti-family radical feminism" one of the "greatest tragedies to befall both genders"?


  1. Yea, Stephan Molyneux is obviously the first person I trust on radical feminism. First of all, HE'S A MAN. Like all men, he benefits from the patriarchy. We should listen to Molyneux about radfem as much as we should listen to a KKK member about anti-racism.

    His theory that radfem exists to destroy the mother-child bond is the most ridiculous thing I've heard. I can tell you right now that NONE of the radfem stuff I've read has anything to do with destroying the mother-child bond in any way. This is, to be clear, total and complete bullshit.

    That is to say, it's MOLYNEUX.

    If you listen to this imbecile as your guide to radfem, you are fucked up in the head.

  2. I think he makes a few very great points. It appears that the venomous tone of your reply, ad hominum against Stephen and anyone who listens and agrees with some points with an open mind, shows quite a bit of fear that Stephen may be right and others may see the truth in the feminist facade.


    1. No... my anger is a reflection of the fact that someone is spreading lies against radfem when he's obviously read absolutely nothing about it. This is not even a case of "a little bit of knowledge is dangerous": this is a case of "having NO knowledge is fucking dumb."


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