Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Misandry, the white feather campaign and World War 1

If the work of our finest War Poets is anything to go by, the target of their resentment was not so much the men at home as the women.

And yet feminists still manage to convince everyone that it was women who were uniquely oppressed in the past.

"The “feather girls” shared this delusion that the Great War was some glorious game. It was easy for them to accuse others of cowardice, knowing that they would never be forced to prove their own bravery."

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