July 28, 2014

What Is Feminism?

Over at The Federalist, Leslie Loftus critiques feminism:
. . . one of the many versions of “feminism is the radical notion that women are people and people are equal.” . . . This is lovely sentiment, but actions speak louder than words. . . . contemporary feminism neither is nor was about simple equality. In practice, it is anti-domestic, anti-men, and frankly anti-woman.
Read the rest here.

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