A reflection on my piece in the Wall Street Journal
And this is "woke." This is F*CKING WOKE. Taking the most disadvantaged women in the world, victimized by male violence often from childhood, and subjecting them to yet more because penises are more important ... this is what they call feminism now?! This is insanity. These men are incels in dresses who have managed to gerrymander male violence against women into progressivism, and the vast majority of extremely stupid young women are falling for it. I cannot believe my eyes.
Trying to set a topic off-limits is a pretty good indicator its adherents don't think it is actually a debate they can win honestly.
In Canada most of the racists attacks on visible minorities are done by white liberals in the name of diversity- most common is immigrants who hold the wrong opinions. Numerous stories of people, being fired from universities for holding the weong opinions
I had been looking forward this piece in a combination of dread and curiosity about how this experiment would play out in California. It's even more horrifying than I anticipated. Thank you to Abigail Shrier and the WSJ for this reporting--I hope it will lead to more sensible reforms going forward. One of the most moving books I read last year was Alice Johnson's "After Life." It's hard to imagine how anyone could actually reform in prison the way she did if they are living in the kind of terror described here.
Thank you, Ms. Shrier, for being willing to take up this fight. Too many people are in the dark, and far too many women are being harried, silenced, and threatened on the topic.
Thank you, thank you, a thousand thanks to you.
Thank you for giving a voice to these women. The abused carried out under the banner of gender ideology continue to take my breath away. The debate has, unfortunately, confirmed that a great many people do not see women as human.
This is horrifyingly wrong - on every level.
The people responsible for these policies are literally violating the human rights of these women according to the Geneva Convention. How are these sick freaks actually in positions of power? Who considered them fit to govern? How is America collapsing so quickly?
So, next somewhere down the line, will young offenders face the same fate? What about all the teens who commit crimes and what is the future for girls/boys schools. I really think people are not thinking this through at the higher levels. It all feels a bit like a Frankenstein movie being played out in slow motion before our eyes.
I would sue for cruel and unusual punishment
This is as harrowing as anything Margaret Atwood wrote about in The Handmaid's Tale, and it isn't fiction.
A fund raiser for a legal suit against this via the War on Women