July 5, 2012
MARK RICHARDSON, at Oz Conserative, writes about a feminist writer who for years penned articles against marriage and fidelity. Then one day, her longtime boyfriend decides he agrees with her.
Here’s a good question. How many women read her articles and did the same thing to the men who would have been their loyal spouses? We will never know.
Female writers have done so much in the last two hundred years to destroy the things that are most important to ordinary women that a case is to be made for a period of prolonged female silence similar to the days when the best women authors wrote with male pseudonyms. As a female writer, I would happily oblige if it meant that the vast majority of feminist harpies would retire or perhaps start a writers’ colony on a deserted island.
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