Hoff-Sommers reviews O'Beirne's book

Started by Men's Rights Activist, Jan 30, 2006, 08:21 AM

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Feminists don't want to admit this fact as it goes against their relentless pursuit of opening up all jobs and professions to equal numbers of females.

Well, some jobs and professions anyway.
In 95% of things 100% of people are alike. It's the other 5%, the bits that are different, that make us interesting. It's also the key to our existence, and future, as a species.

Men's Rights Activist

IMO, since not all women  comprise those groups as she as pointed out in the book, it is only some women who make the world worse.  Looks like you dodged the bullet this time Roy.
Life, Liberty, & Pursuit of Happiness are fundamental rights for all (including males), & not contingent on gender feminist approval or denial. Consider my "Independence" from all tyrannical gender feminist ideology "Declared" - Here & Now!


I agree with your statement to a point, but if O'Beirne is referring to the beginning of this feminist madness - especially the period between 1969-1971, then she is right on. Back then, men were caving in all over the place and I remember it very well! And, back then, the law still was not owned by the fembots: bear in mind that they were still marching in the streets and holding sit-ins at male only clubs and the like. They had to resort to those tactics precisely because they had yet to gain political and legal power.

Interesting No2fembot... reluctantly I will adjust my opinion to include those cowardly men of that time (I was quite young then and thankfully insulated from such things)... as far as I am concerned they belong in a separate category of androgen deficient, or worse, androgen insensitive 'males'.


MRA --
IMO, since not all women comprise those groups as she as pointed out in the book, it is only some women who make the world worse. Looks like you dodged the bullet this time Roy

You're right...because she precedes her every condemning remark with "women who make the world worse..."

So the author refers only to a sub-category of women. Only those who subscribe to, or support, or tacitly go along with feminism.

But there's a problem.

She ends her book (the very final sentence) by stating -- "Mother Nature Is a Bitch!"

Where's the disclaimer in that?
It's a terrible thing ... living in fear." (Roy - hunted replicant. "Blade Runner.")

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