Going My Own Way

Working to instill masculinity in men

Sunday, February 27, 2005

It is curious how feminists, when crossed,
turn into shrill, hysterical harpies—or, in the case of MIT’s Nancy Hopkins, delicate flowers who collapse
at the slightest provocation—precisely the images
of women that they claim patriarchal sexists have fabricated to keep them down.
feminists get hysterical
Feminuts wonder why they are scorned, ridiculed,
and not taken seriously anymore.
This article give you the answer.
A "taking them to the cleaners" work of art