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Vulgarizing Sexual Politics Down

binc Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 7:44 AM
A great many that don't post do read these posts. Without the sybil/arty types, this site would simply be a conservative cheerleading site preaching to the choir. Since sybil/arty/whatever throws in leftist talking points that have nothing to do with the article it illustrates the lefts desperation and it also allows rational rational posters to respond with facts.
More than a century and a half ago, when early suffragettes fought to win the vote, they campaigned for equality as a source of independence and dignity, a means for a woman to stand equally with a man. The vote would uphold a woman's capacity to be fully human under the law, and from the law the culture would change. The early feminists assumed a moral superiority over men, which is why so many were active in the temperance movement.

Others muted the differences between men and women and were satisfied to preach absolute equality. But they all reckoned...