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Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Jonathan Kay: How did the École Polytechnique anniversary get transformed into a festival of cynical, hyperfeminist propaganda?

My comments on the National Post site.

I'm not sure if many of you know about the Duluth Wheel used in most DV shelters in North America, in Anger Management programs for men, and in Academia. It is psycho babble that posits Men wish to inherently control women (its in our genes) and we use many forms of behaviour to do it including physical and psychological coercion. It states that the Patriarchy is responsible for everything that ails women. In simple terms man is bad - woman is benign.

Women, therefore, need a protector from men and this is the nanny state. Statism, when it comes to females, is the new patriarch. The lead agency is the Status of Women Canada, the countries lead proponent of misandry.

In order to continue the flow of money to SOW and all the Provincial equivalents that funnels it into programs, Academia, studies, DV shelters, counselling programs and bricks and mortars where required requires marketing.

The Victim oriented feminists like Rebick, Michelle Landsberg in her day et al use December 6 as one of their lead events to market their victim hood and remind politicians to bow down to the fact, if male, they owe females big time for the transgression committed by one nut bar. All leftoid politicos, and some red Tories buy into it because it is seen as the Politically Correct thing to do. All leftoid media jump on the band wagon for the same reason. It has no downside when it comes to voters - or so they think.

It is an event to market victim feminism not remember the tragedy of these people killed and wounded, some of whom were men. That is what modern 3rd wave feminism does and they are good at it. Most men are afraid to utter discord in fear of their family jewels being treated in a fashion not overly consistent with good breeding. Many are metaphorical eunuchs.

In simple terms the comparison of Sebrenica with Montreal is stark. Females have far more value than males. After all we are men and because of our testosterone and socialization we can just suck it up but women (according to the feminists) are far more fragile and cannot.

Here is one of the many comments by a victim feminist who clearly hates men.

"Under patriarchy, every woman is a victim, past, present and future. Under patriarchy, every woman's daughter is a victim, past, present and future. Under patriarchy, every woman's son is her potential betrayer and also the inevitable rapist or exploiter of another woman."

Andrea Dworkin Liberty, p. 58. MJM

Posted: December 09, 2009, 1:15 AM by Jonathan Kay

On July 12, 1995, Serbian forces near Srebrenica began cleansing the local population of Muslims. Like the Nazis who greeted Jews at the concentration camps, the Serb commanders sent their prey off in different directions. Women and children were put on buses, and expelled to the Muslim-majority Bosniak territory up north. But the men, including boys as young as 14, were directed instead to a building described as the "White House."

They never came out. Most were killed with a single bullet to the head, but others were left to die through more gruesome methods. More than 8,000 Bosniaks perished in the Srebrenica massacre, all but a few dozen of them male.

In other words, this genocide wasn't just aimed at Muslims, but more at male Muslims. If you were a woman, you lived. If you were a man, some Serbian Josef Mengele would wave his hand and dispatch you to the charnel house.

And yet, do any of us mourn the dead of Srebrenica as anything except human beings — as opposed to martyrs for manhood? When the 15th anniversary of this episode is observed in July, will male bloggers wail about their lot — about how they live shorter, more violent lives than women? Will the event become a pretext for complaints about, say, child-custody bias in family courts?

Somehow, I doubt it. So why is our observance of the the École Polytechnique Massacre — whose 20th anniversary passed over the weekend — always shot through with exactly this sort of crass activism?

I happened also to have been studying engineering on December 6, 1989 — not at École Polytechnique, but at McGill University, a few miles away. When the news hit, I was with my metallurgical engineering classmates, cramming for exams in a social room we called "Club Met." The fact that Marc Lépine's victims were so much like us made the tragedy seem even nearer. We played broomball tournaments at École Polytechnique, and competed for the same summer jobs. Never did any of us — that I can recall, at least — identify this as a female tragedy. It was a tragedy, full stop. Only later on did perceptions change, as the identity-politics industry cashed in on our grief.

Lépine was a one-off, mentally disturbed child-abuse victim and social reject who conjured bizarre conspiracy theories about women he'd never met — in the same evil way that Virginia Tech gunman Seung-Hui Cho said he hated "rich kids" and "charlatans." To connect his views to the prejudices and allegedly misogynistic policies of society-at-large is absurd. Yet every December 6, this is exactly what many commentators do.

In recent days, blogger Judy Rebick explained that Lépine's act was actually part of a popular "backlash" aimed at rolling back "legal abortion, a rape shield law, pay equity, employment equity and constitutional equality." A recent front-page article in The Toronto Star describes the 1989 killings in the same breath as the fact that "the Harper government slashed funding for women's rights groups. We still make less than men, for working the same jobs. Other than in Quebec, we still don't have universal daycare." Another Star writer has made an annual early-December cottage industry of publishing anti-male screeds, and then reprinting the stray misogynist replies she predictably gets from angry readers — offering them up as maudlin proof that Canada is populated by legions of potential Lépines.

These people aren't memorializing the victims of December 6, 1989. They're transforming them into snuff-film props.

This sick phenomenon has infected Ottawa. Last week, opposition MPs on the House of Commons status of women committee actually refused to take part in a non-partisan ceremony marking the 20th anniversary of the killings led by Helena Guergis, Minister of State for the Status of Women. The reason? "We consider this (ceremony) a hypocritical gesture because her government has shown itself from the beginning to be hostile to all women's demands," said BQ MP Nicole Demers. "I find it difficult to stand beside a minister who chooses ... to endorse the elimination of the long-gun registry," added Liberal MP Anita Neville.

Their message, in other words, is that the École Polytechnique massacre can't be memorialized by just anyone. For a political priestess to bless the names of the dead, she must have a particular, politically correct interpretation of the tragedy. Why, for all we know, Guergis might even — dear lord, could it be true? — oppose universal daycare.

What's the lesson of the École Polytechnique massacre? There is none that I can see — and certainly none that has anything to do with abortion or pay equity. A year from now, when the usual suspects assault you with their recycled December 6 claptrap, tune them out: It's a day to think about victims, not victimology.

jkay@nationalpost.com

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Dec 08 2009 8:58 PM

Claptrap is quite correct Jonathan.

Well said.

by Wattowattowatto
Dec 08 2009 9:13 PM

Leftists typically have no issue with feigning outrage or grief in order to advance their failed, socialist ideology through lies, and tricks of illogic to fool the foolish.

by MIKUS11
Dec 08 2009 9:13 PM

Garbil Gamil (Marc Lepine's real name) was a woman hating Muslim son of a woman abusing father.

The memory of these 14 young women has been tarnished by the feminazi movement turning this into a rallying point for useless gun control in this country.

Had the $2B wasted on gun control and the firearms registry been put towards helping potential psychopaths and providing help for abused women, we wouldn't have the Dawson College shooting and the continuation of domestic abuse leveled towards women of this country with little to no support network to help.

by pkuperis
Dec 08 2009 9:14 PM

It's been 20 years since the shootings and we still have legal abortion, pay equity legislation and rape shield laws. If there is a "popular backlash" it is an ineffective one.

by Straightup
Dec 08 2009 9:30 PM

Harper spent 4 BILLION on pay equity. $4 BILLION!

I believe that was in the 08 budget. It's only for union gov employees of course [whole other issue we could spend pages on] but did they some how miss the 4 BILLION. ??

by Straightup
Dec 08 2009 9:32 PM

Thanks...good article.

It seems the media like trumped up nonsense then lets the extreme wacks voice their wacked opinions far too often.

See global warming...

by Denis Pakkala
Dec 08 2009 9:58 PM

Great analogy Jonathan.

I was in engineering from 1990-1995. I am quite certain that most of the men and women were primarily students and considered the Montreal victims as fellow students. Everyone was far to busy to be thinking about gender politics.

by Advokat
Dec 08 2009 10:02 PM

While I agree with just about everything Mr. Kay wrote in ths piece, I do feel duty bound to point out that Judy Rebick is a crazy person.

by Sassylassie
Dec 08 2009 10:04 PM

The extreme leftwing activists seem to have reached the apex of their fantisism, they have no place to go but down beit feminist, environ"mentalists", and the fanatical socialist/communists. Like all ists they are mired in their demented dogma and can't seem to find their way out.

Straightup I suspect the feminists wouldn't be satisfied if we imprisoned all males for them to abuse at will, the hatred is primeval in nature me thinks.

by OracleMan
Dec 08 2009 10:21 PM

Excellent article by Jonathan Kay. Dec. 6 is a warning to men (and women) that by being skeptical of feminist demands, not gullible, we are all little Marc Lepines. That's the message of Dec. 6: Shut up or we'll slander you as a murderer.

Margaret Wente has denounced this travesty and calls it a Death Cult, a terrific expression. The Globe even weighs in on the side or reason, with an editorial. We're making progress, but future governments must acquire a spine. No more official support for the Day of Anti-Male Slander.

Wente's article is here: www.theglobeandmail.com/.../article1392013

by Mattson1
Dec 08 2009 10:27 PM

Where are these hardline advocates when woman are forced to adhere to male conceived laws (ie; Sharia) in contavention to our Canadian Bill of Rights? How about directing some action towards real "now" womans' issues while leaving the public mourning out of it!

by Now hear this
Dec 08 2009 10:30 PM

How? The media gives coverage every year to this sorry capitalization on a tragedy. So, it continues. That's why.

by Sassylassie
Dec 08 2009 11:06 PM

Good question Mattson, watch this video and keep in mind this is in a public park in the US not down down Saudi Arabia.

Link: www.youtube.com/watch

Note to feminists, I found a vast group of women hating misogynistic males go get them sisters.

by gardzilla
Dec 08 2009 11:48 PM

Know what else happened on December 6th? 2000 Canadians died and another 9000 were injured in the world's largest accidental explosion which happened in Halifax.

If all of those people were women we would still hear about it in every newspaper to this day. Instead, nobody remembers and L'ecole Polytechnique is all anyone ever talks about on December 6th.

by anewposter
Dec 08 2009 11:58 PM

"In other words, this genocide wasn't just aimed at Muslims, but more at male Muslims."

...by men.

by RB Glennie
Dec 09 2009 12:11 AM

*Garbil Gamil (Marc Lepine's real name) was a woman hating Muslim son of a woman abusing father...*

oh, shut up.

If you're going to clutch at straws, at least get the name right: he was named Gamil Gharbi at birth.

However:

-Lepine was not raised a Muslim

-His father had little to do with his upbringing

-according to what I understand, Lepine professed to be an atheist

-during his attack, he never invoked the name of Allah or anyone other deity to justify what he'd done (nor yet in the suicide note he composed before hand)

-Lepine sought to change his name as soon as he was legally able to do so, and had been calling himself `Marc Lepine' for years before that

I don't know where this `Marc Lepine was a Muslim' meme got started.

It does the noble cause of anti-jihad no good when you simply take from the fact that Lepine's father was a Muslim, that Islam was responsible for this mass murder.

By all means, criticize this feminist death-cult of the victims of Dec. 6, 1989, but don't build an even worse lie about it being the fault of Muslims.

by bchunter
Dec 09 2009 12:26 AM

Not to even hint at supporting the insane actions of an a-hole, but it's worth noting that one of his complaints was that women were being admitted to engineering schools with lower high school grades than were required of men, and that reverse discrimination (ooops. I mean proactive equity gender balance something or other....) was rampant. This clearly didn't justify what he did, but was nonetheless true.

I had been working for Ontario Hydro a few years earlier as a co-op engineering student, and it was well known throughout the organization that being a female engineer meant automatic promotions, regardless of talent, in order to fill quotas. The women who were actually talented tended to hate the policy because it tarred them with the "she only got this job because she has breasts" brush and made their jobs more difficult. And the less skilled women who were promoted into positions above their abilities can't have had much fun either.

Any "backlash" that was occuring at the time was people like myself questioning how "equality" could be reconciled with quotas and preferential hiring and admissions. Now that every university in Canada (except 2) has a female majority of undergraduate students, when can we expect the disapperance of the "women only" scholarships?

by MIKUS11
Dec 09 2009 12:31 AM

Why shouldn't it be the fault of Muslims?

Its a more plausible response than blaming every gun owning man in Canada for this tragedy.

by pittsky
Dec 09 2009 1:14 AM

Great article. I am always upset that the left twists tregedies like this to promote their politics. Like gun control.

Unlike the Association of Chiefs of Police--who receive funding from CGI (a Registry IT contractor), frontline police officers' unions have largely dismissed the Registry as worse-than-useless. Really, it was no more than a make-work programme for PSAC employees and a porkbarrel for IT companies like CGI and Honeywell (also, former donors to the Liberal party, when campaign laws allowed this). Nearly two BILLION disappeared into the Firearms Centre's expenses, including things like $13.5M, in one year, for 'travel expenses'.

It should be noted that Wendy Cukier and Kim Doran are still under investigation, by the RCMP, for 'The Coalition For Gun Control' (actually, just Cukier herself) illegally receiving over $300,000 in grant money, from then-Justice Minister Alain Rock's office.

by Denis Pakkala
Dec 09 2009 1:44 AM

I remember discussing admission requirements with female engineers when I was in engineering at about that time.

The admission requirements were generally about 5% less for women. On top of that, if they maintained higher than 80% average, they got $3000 free money per term, just for being female.

I still don't know how any of these women were disadvantaged in any way to require such a significant advantage.

Discrimination against men isn't anything new in this country, but it is the only politically correct and acceptable form of discrimniation remaining.

by Denis Pakkala
Dec 09 2009 2:15 AM

The Toronto Star describes the 1989 killings in the same breath as the fact that "the Harper government slashed funding for women's rights groups.{they are discriminatory!}

We still make less than men, for working the same jobs {but less experience}

-The Toronto Star is notorious for perpetuating feminist myths and political attacks {same with CBC}

Stay tuned for the next feminist victimhood celebration...V-day, then mother's day.

by RB Glennie
Dec 09 2009 3:07 AM

mikus, it was not the fault of the Muslims (Dec. 6 89) any more than it is the fault of all men.

Don't condemn one type of bigotry to succumb to another...

by claybstr
Dec 09 2009 3:34 AM

It's so refreshing to see that the writer actually gets it.

This tragedy was not really about guns. They were just the tools that a misguided and bitter young man used to vent his anger. Had he not had a gun, he would have found some other way to take his revenge.

The money spent on the long gun registry would have been better spent on dealing with mental health problems than the useless long gun registry, because there has not been any positive societal benefit from it.

Once we start focusing on human behaviour instead of inaminate objects, we will start to solve the problem.

by willie719
Dec 09 2009 3:47 AM

The Toronto Star, the Globe and the CBC, among others, continue to state that Harper cut funding to the status of women. However, they cut funding to liberal leftist outreach groups, and redirected that funding to on the ground help. Thus, instead of funding creeps like Rebik and her band of leftist, man hating cowards, they took her money away and actually gave it to women's shelters and the like, where the money actually would do good.

Also, when the above media refused to mention this, and before the last election, the government increased funding to the status of women above and beyond what they cut overall. Thus, the funding actually increased under Harper. But of course, this rarely, if ever is mentioned by the above media slime.

Same goes for pay equity. Time and again, the same media, and the opposition, bleat on about how Harper is not living up to pay equity in the federal government. Wrong. Instead, the government has left it up to the unions to fight for the funding.

So now, when unions get pay increases to their workers, THEY will get the blame if women are not on par in salary with men. They can no longer blame the federal government, nor can the liberals or the NDP. And of course, the media never mentions this. They repeat the lies of the opposition that it is the Harper government that is not living up to pay equity standards, while giving no blame at all to the new responsibility of the unions.

One thing I found out while watching a Senate hearing, that has never been repeated in any media is this. What unions would repeatedly do when victorious in winning increases to their workers, is they would funnel all of the pay increases to a particular group, and NOT give these pay increases to their women workers. The unions would blame the government, and the opposition and the media, in tandem, would blame the conservatives, and before that, whoever was in power.

They would repeat this over and over again, always blaming the government, but the unions got no blame or scrutiny. Then, when Harper gave the power over to the unions recently to fight for women's eqality, they, and the typical cowards in the media, went ballistic in the House of Commons and in editorials. They attacked him for hating women etc. but what they did not mention, was that he had handed over the power to the unions to fight for pay equity. This has never been mentioned in any media outlet I have come across.

So next time you hear unions or the opposition or the media blame Harper for women's pay equity, you can now legitamately point the finger at their unions. They have won the power to truly fight for women's equality. Let's see if they live up to their rhetoric, or if they continue to lie and point the finger at the government. And we'll see if the liberal media finally tell the truth, of continue with the lie as well.

After all, just recently the Star pegged the debt of Ontario at $130 Billion, lowballing it. It currently stands at $193.3 Billion dollars. Ask yourself, has the Star, the Globe or the CBC EVER mentioned what the debt is and how it has bollooned to such an obscene level as they have the conservatives with their $500Billion debt? And why would the Star under report, purposely, the true debt of ontario by a staggering $60 Billion dollars? I thought, according to Mr. Liberal, John Moore at CFRB, that the Star was the best paper in the country. How so Mr. Moore? Do you condone such a lie? Oh right, I forgot, you're a liberal, it's in all liberal's blood to lie, cheat and steal taxpayer's money,and generally deceive the population, so your criminal buddies can continue to get elected, while they pay off every union, special interest group and immigrant, even to over pay welfare by a staggering $1Billion. What's a billion. A billion here, a billion there, but it's all for the good of buying off your liberal buddies.

Point to me any conservative government (Harris, Mulroney, Harper), that has so casually blown tens of billions like Chretien, Martin, and now McGuinty has done? You can't. This only happens under liberal governments. $14 million was spent on any inquiry into Mulroney accepting $300K in brown envelopes AFTER he left office. Yet where is the public inquiry into the billions wasted by liberals. How about an inquiry into e coli in ontario, that has killed thousands (not seven, as Walkerton did). How about an inquiry into Smitherman buying off all of his rich liberal buddies at the ehealth department? How about an inquiry into Pau Martin and his Canada Shipping Lines, or how chretien lobbied for his billionaire buddies in the Desmarai family in the Team Canada trips to China. How about for Martin and him doing the bidding for the Thompson family?

by Rectificatif
Dec 09 2009 4:03 AM

The tales of Affirmative Discrimination are interesting. But inside the "softer" studies, such as culture and history and philosophy, the rot is much worse; not just incompetents getting jobs, but humans leaning to hate and to hate themselves.

This is a lot more toxic than any 5% advantage to girls. You should know that anti-male feminism is official ideology. It is impossible for a young male, in any of the "opinion-making" careers, not to embrace male-bashing; it's the requirement in the feminist faculties.

Word gets around. This is one of the reasons why fewer and fewer (real) men go to college.

As Judy Ribbitt says, this was not just a "male" crime; it was a "crime against feminism." Unintentionally. she cues us to how this tragedy has been both politicised and exploited.

The night of the tragedy, you'll recall that Barbara Frum (the Immortal one) did the extensive coverage of it. She was obviously distressed. At one point, she interviewed an academic from, I think, U. of Manitoba, some sort of professor of "gender" studies.

The academic was decked out in a elfin beret, perhaps to make himself less male to the women in his department. At any rate, this is the feller who fired the first public shot: All men bore responsibility for Marc Lepine. All men were potential killers.

I don't know who this fool was and I don't wish to know it. Ms Frum stared in disbelief and she gamely challenged him. He glared at her and repeated the charge.

That's the last time this blood libel was opposed, in any popular medium. Since then, it has become the most vicious piece of anti-male propaganda on the Planet.

As good as these cautious new steps are -- the Globe articles, for example-- there's a whole barn to clean. Politicians must be chased out of the feminist Hate Sessions of December 6.

by MikeMurphy
Dec 09 2009 6:23 AM

I'm not sure if many of you know about the Duluth Wheel used in most DV shelters in North America, in Anger Management programs for men, and in Academia. It is psycho babble that posits Men wish to inherently control women (its in our genes) and we use many forms of behaviour to do it including physical and psychological coercion. It states that the Patriarchy is responsible for everything that ails women. In simple terms man is bad - woman is benign.

Women, therefore, need a protector from men and this is the nanny state. Statism, when it comes to females, is the new patriarch. The lead agency is the Status of Women Canada, the countries lead proponent of misandry.

In order to continue the flow of money to SOW and all the Provincial equivalents that funnels it into programs, Academia, studies, DV shelters, counselling programs and bricks and mortars where required requires marketing.

The Victim oriented feminists like Rebick, Michelle Landsberg in her day et al use December 6 as one of their lead events to market their victim hood and remind politicians to bow down to the fact, if male, they owe females big time for the transgression committed by one nut bar. All leftoid politicos, and some red Tories buy into it because it is seen as the Politically Correct thing to do. All leftoid media jump on the band wagon for the same reason. It has no downside when it comes to voters - or so they think.

It is an event to market victim feminism not remember the tragedy of these people killed and wounded, some of whom were men. That is what modern 3rd wave feminism does and they are good at it. Most men are afraid to utter discord in fear of their family jewels being treated in a fashion not overly consistent with good breeding. Many are metaphorical eunuchs.

In simple terms the comparison of Sebrenica with Montreal is stark. Females have far more value than males. After all we are men and because of our testosterone and socialization we can just suck it up but women (according to the feminists) are far more fragile and cannot.

Here is one of the many comments by a victim feminist who clearly hates men.

"Under patriarchy, every woman is a victim, past, present and future. Under patriarchy, every woman's daughter is a victim, past, present and future. Under patriarchy, every woman's son is her potential betrayer and also the inevitable rapist or exploiter of another woman."

Andrea Dworkin Liberty, p. 58

by Rectificatif
Dec 09 2009 6:55 AM

Dwarkin was a clinical hysteric and sociopath from New Jersey. A self-described lesbian, she nevertheless married a male who described himself as an effeminist gay man. It musta been made in heaven.

Armed with some sort of college degree in English lit, she more or less defined radical-feminist sociology and psychology, which speaks volumes about the meticulous disciplines called sociology & psychology, but especially its radical-feminist wing.

Dwarkin's earnest venom extended far into Canadian life. As Wikipedia points out, "In 1992, the Supreme Court of Canada made a ruling in R. v. Butler which incorporated some elements of Dworkin and MacKinnon's legal work on pornography into the existing Canadian obscenity law. In Butler the Court held that Canadian obscenity law violated Canadian citizens' rights to free speech under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms if enforced on grounds of morality or community standards of decency; but that obscenity law could be enforced constitutionally against some pornography on the basis of the Charter's guarantees of sex equality."

... which in many ways lays the groundwork for our current HRCs and all of femino-stalinist State policy in Canada.

Dwarkin's co-conspirator in Canada was Catherine MacKinnon, another frenzied ideologue of the campuses. During the Bernardo-Homulka trials, MacKinnon crossed the border to provide a defense for Homulka, perhaps because Ms MacKinnon was attracted to Karla and titilated by the case; at any rate, MacKinnon was instrumental in ensuring Karla's sweet prison deal and early release.

by ArthurJ1956
Dec 09 2009 7:44 AM

Jonathan, your opinion is controversial, but you're getting support from some high-profile bloggers. Particularly notable is the Srebrenica Genocide Blog.

srebrenica-genocide.blogspot.com/.../ecole-polytechnique-massacre-montreal.html

by rumples
Dec 09 2009 8:11 AM

MikeMurphy

It's always refreshing to hear from someone who has gotten in touch with their feminine side.

by Tossed Salad
Dec 09 2009 1:30 PM

Mike you forgot to mention

"I feel that 'man-hating' is an honorable and viable political act, that the oppressed have a right to class-hatred against the class that is oppressing them." --

Robin Morgan, Ms. Magazine Editor.

"To call a man an animal is to flatter him; he's a machine, a walking dildo."

-- Valerie Solanas,

SCUM Manifesto

You grow up with your father holding you down and covering your mouth so another man can make a horrible searing pain between your legs."

-- Catherine MacKinnon

"Men who are unjustly accused of rape can sometimes gain from the experience."

- Catherine Comins

"All men are rapists and that's all they are"

-- Marilyn French, Authoress;

(later, advisoress to Al Gore's Presidential Campaign.)

"Probably the only place where a man can feel really secure is in a maximum security prison, except for the imminent threat of release."

-- Germaine Greer.

For those of you who say not all women are like that I beg to differ. You who are complicit by your silence are just as bad as the above affronts to humanity. The above and their type will answer for their crimes and it will not be pretty.

by numberlady
Dec 09 2009 2:57 PM

Wow! It only took until the second sentence to get to the Nazis'. Feh...

by MikeMurphy
Dec 09 2009 3:52 PM

by numberlady Dec 09 2009

2:57 PM Wow! It only took until the second sentence to get to the Nazis'. Feh...

and by rumples

Dec 09 2009

8:11 AM

MikeMurphy

It's always refreshing to hear from someone who has gotten in touch with their feminine side.

_____________________________

A couple of feminists with not a lot to say. How unusual is that?

I have a question? What is a feminine side? Does that mean you have, if female, a masculine side?

That is not a rhetorical question. I'm always interested in delving into feminist (victim brand) mythology, debate and discussion. I am a researcher and have a thirsting quest to understand this tribe of females. Don't be shy now! :)

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