On my ‘to do’ list for tomorrow was a link to an appalling recent piece by Suzanne Moore in New Statesman. Fortunately Paul Elam has spared me the task, and added some insightful commentary on the harridan, here. An extract from her article:
All the man victims, trapped by masculinity. Who could hate them? Their oppression is structural. You can’t hate them individually, can you?
You know what? I can. Please don’t confuse that with bitterness. I am in touch with my emotions enough to know the difference between personal hurt and class hatred.
As a class, I hate men. I’ve changed my mind. I am no longer reasonable. I want to see this class broken.