Valerie Solanas was a real feminist trailblazer. She believed that men were quite literally the root of all evil throughout the course of human history and therefore needed to be exterminated from the face of the planet via mass murder. It doesn't take a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Michigan to realize that Solanas was utterly insane and hopelessly committed to gender-based violence. Indeed, she practiced what she preached, which is why she shot Andy Warhol.
Any true feminist would simply distance herself from Solanas and her legacy of gender-based violence. She is no more worthy of study than a homeless psychotic eating out of a garbage dumpster. But Breanne Fahs has written a sympathetic biography of Solanas.
Of course, Fahs can't help but see some good in Solanas, the violent genocidal feminist who advocated mass murder in the name of gender equality. After all, Fahs is the director of the Feminist Research on Gender and Sexuality Group at ASU. Her website describes it as "a group that engages students and faculty to fuse activism and rabble-rousing scholarship." Roughly translated, that means it is her job to make the insane appear to be sane and to repeat utterly ridiculous ideas until they appear to have an air of legitimacy.
Of course, no radical feminist is worth her salt unless she helps to reduce the stigma associated with violence in the name of women's liberation. After all, this is a movement that rests on a foundation made of the corpses 55 million innocent children.
The next generation of feminists will likely be angry - but for a different reason than previous generations of genocidal feminists. They won't be angry because no one will pay them as much as they are willing to pay a man. They'll be angry because they can't get a job in the first place because no one told them to avoid choosing a major ending with the word "studies."
Let's just hope they don't decide to overthrow the government, institute complete automation, and eliminate the male sex. It would be much easier if feminists would shave their armpits, put on some make-up, and eliminate gender studies.
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