It’s rare for women to be excluded from the feminist fold. They’re very much about the collective.
Occasionally, what we now call cancel-culture or a pile-on will strike the individual female whose opinion has offended the feminist ideals.
But a group of women, or a professional body of women is unusual.
This week nurses are in the spotlight because of our health crisis. I don’t see anyone now blaming those nurses who chose not to get vaccinated (calling them selfish) and the cause of the catastrophe?
No. Now, we’re down to, “We don’t want that filth near us.”
The hysteria of the rabid feminist supporters and sympathisers has reached fever-pitch amongst the Labour faithful.
The feminist leadership will be worried. I doubt they ever imagined covid giving them a headache of this nature.
I read about a feminist, Simone de Beauvoir.
As she made arguments, about being a woman.
“One is not born, but rather becomes, a woman.”
Which is an argument, against Sartre.
“There is no such thing as ‘nature’ which determines how we must act. Denial of this radical freedom is a kind of self-deception, or ‘bad faith’ as Sartre calls it”
In effect she argues, that society defines what a woman is.
And in her time, that culture was decided by men and socioeconomics.
So women being controlled, couldn’t act in ‘bad faith’.
Yet society also defines what a man is, as it also did back then.
And in my time, that culture is decided by women and socioeconomics.
So men being controlled, couldn’t act in ‘bad faith’.
The patriarchy, is also the matriarchy.
Both exist at the same time, enslaving the genders to each other.
So I agree with Simone, and claim it’s nature.
Look nature is evolving, very quickly.
Sartre is more correct for the individual, but not society.
Society imposes the endless decisions, on the individual.
Evolution would say, society would slowly evolve to be better.
Society’s would fail, but it’s replacement would absorb good ideas.
Millennia of society’s, have created today’s society.
Simone exposes the flaw, in feminism.
That it only looks at the woman’s, point of view.
It pretends that Sartre, is not flawed for men as well.
I am looking forward to seeing any of the white fibbons, feminazis response to single mothers and governments abuse towards children who cannot consent to being born, what decisions they can make qbout their bodies. After all it is, my body my choice, so where do we draw the line on this. I can’t wait to hear a response about the abuse inflicted by single mums, the state, jacinda ardern, and her fellow feminazis. Those poor children without any bodily atonomy and choice all beinv driven by a rapid mob of entitled abusive post menopause women. How dare they make coercive decisions about childrens bodies and their rights. Unbelieveable.
I have always looked at the Green Party, with amusement.
As politicly, I would describe myself as similar.
I just have a more capitalist view, while the party looks socialist.
There is an accusation, that they are very feminist.
Maybe 32 voters, just couldn’t vote for a man.
So to me I question why the Green Party, is naturally left wing.
And wonder how well a right wing, Green Party will work.
Being best friends with business, helping to speed up projects.
Think for example, the desire for everyone to have lighting.
Not everyone, has access to electricity.
Yet for the price of a toy, people can have lighting.
A small solar panel, battery and an LED.
For a few dollars, even the mud brick home can have lighting.
Yet to make it happen, the Greens must support the factory.
How else would you make the millions, of aid packages needed.