Monday, November 30, 2009

Another Feminist Bites the Dust

I thought feminists thought that men and women were equal, as in, you know, "the same"? Equally endowed, equally capable, equally suited for, e.g., mortal combat, firefighting, working in a coal mine (although after a generation of feminism, unlike careerist type positions, the ratio of men to women coal miners remains tragically imbalanced, if coal-mine death statistics are to be believed -- evidence that patriarchy and suppression of women lingers on in the dark pits of the mines away from watchful feminist eyes).

But, I digress. Here's today's topic:

"do we seriously think that a female teacher sleeping with a male pupil is on a par with a male teacher sleeping with a girl pupil?"

Gee, I thought, you know, before the law at least, we were all, like, you know, equal. But, I guess not. Some of us are more equal than others (hello, Caledonia?!)

"And there lies the rub – should the law be treating male and female pupil victims equally when male and female teenagers are so different?"

So. Different. Rock my world!

Another feminist bites the dust.

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"... nothing intellectually compelling or challenging.. bald assertions coupled to superstition... woefully pathetic"