Woeful. The level of ignorance about gender politics displayed by the following extract alone is extraordinary:
Men’s rights advocates’ willingness to play feminists at their own game not only fuels the cult of victimhood, it does nothing to challenge the vast feminist quangocracy that identity politics has created.
That there is a minister for women and a veritable industry of charities and organisations charged with tackling ‘women’s issues’ is an affront to universalism, that, inevitably, knocks problems affecting men down the policy pecking order.
But the answer to this is not a men’s minister, an International Men’s Day or more funding for men-specific charities. We need to throw out this divisive genderism altogether, and work out how we can best serve everyone’s aspirations and interests.
Slater has nothing to say about how ‘we’ might ‘throw out this divisive genderism altogether’. Why would feminists in positions of power allow the source of their power to be ‘thrown out’?
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