Wednesday, January 21, 2009

[feminism] one woman's take on it

An anti-feminist


Dare I mention this interesting post? :) For personal reasons, I make no further comment whatsoever.

10 comments:

angus said...

I'm with you James, lips buttoned.

TBRRob said...

Agreed -- my girlfriend doesn't need no feminist dogma to keep me in line.

UBERMOUTH said...

LOL I clicked on your link,thinking I would meet a likeminded individual and I did!
You always catch me in my Nellie Olsen moments. :)

deaieme said...

Wasted on me, matey - I can't read grey on black.

BobG said...

That was refreshing. It's good to see a woman who doesn't believe that women have to be one of two extremes; a feminazi or a submissive chattel. A woman can be strong, intelligent, and independent without losing her femininity.
Just my opinion.

PaganPride said...

It always amuses me when people like BobG say 'She's this and that "without losing her femininity" - what exactly is this femininity that is in such danger of being lost?

James Higham said...

Ah, Pagan Pride, that's a manly secret.

Thanks, folks.

Oldrightie said...

I love all things feminine!

Gracchi said...

I'm with Pagan Pride- I know plenty of women who are feminists and don't recognise that they have lost any mystical 'femininity' just because they fancy having a job, a vote and all the rights men have.

Oh and could someone inform me about how mainstream feminists are Nazis- I haven't noticed them murdering millions in concentration camps recently. Godwin's Law is proved yet again.

James Higham said...

Well, I don't think this last one was my comment, Tiberius. :)