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84GudEnuf? October 31, 2011 at 1:56 am This keeps happening. Whenever I start feeling comfortable with feminism, a shark bites me just when I feel safe enough to go back in the water.
This radical feminist thinks the best way to end the patriarchy is to murder all baby boys. Finally, a solution!
Please note that that that comment was written by the blog author herself, and not some random commenter. And she has significant legion of followers, judging from the post’s comment count.
85YOHAMI October 31, 2011 at 2:02 am GudEnuf?,
Killing male babies. Wonderful. Why is that you want to be comfortable with feminism, at all?
86Anacaona October 31, 2011 at 5:30 am Relevant to the things space exploration has done for us talk:
Relevant to Moon Landing Hoax:
I encourage my daughter to see herself as a future Wife and Mother regardless of if she will have t work outside the home or not. When she plays “astronaut” she takes her “babies” with her and her “Husband” in her “rocket” (cardboard box that has been colored on to look like a rocket). Often children don’t interpret the message the way the programmers want them to and it pleases me that children are smarter that most workers at the ministry of indoctrination.
This is a really cool mothering from your part. Considering your family part of your sucess not an obstacle, we need more of that.
So I have this weird psychological aversion to all things STEM related, but it’s not because I think STEM fields are uncool. I think they’re pretty awesome, actually, but I’ve always thought I wasn’t brainy enough for them.