Schiros is us
Tue Aug 29 22:26:40 CDT 2000
I guess I see your point, but I think you may be missing there's. You
glorify their argument too much when you say it's to "get away from
you." Or maybe it's yourself you glorify too much.
I don't think things are quite as black and white, as cut and dry, as
you might think.
At the risk of sounding like the flower child--Why does everything have
to be about *competition*, man? Why do you assume that getting *away*
from a male-dominated activity means "running?"
You know, can't we all like, get along, and stuff? Why do you see
things in terms of "biggest justification?" Do you drive a really big
THE WORLD WILL BE A HAPPIER PLACE WHEN WE REALIZE WE AREN'T REALLY ALL
COMPETING WITH EACH OTHER FOR THE SAME THING.
> Matthew Schiros wrote:
> Why does it seem that the biggest justification for the Women's RR is
> "By allowing this RR to happen, we can let women not have to deal with
> people like you/your arguments"? Is this what the feminist community
> wants? A bunch of scared little girls running into the corner, crying
> like bytches and sealing themselves off from the rest of the world
> every time the Big Bad Conservative Corps comes around? do you
> consider women who don't agree with your identity politics bullshit
> traitors? Are they your version of what the black radicals call
> "Uncle Tom's" and "Oreo's", people who don't agree with their
> "identity groups"?
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