A short piece by Andy Shaw in the current Spectator Life. The end:
7. Laugh — feminists are funny
It is a sexist myth that feminists do not have a sense of humour. Simply reading the tweets of many feminists shows that they are, in fact, extremely funny. We should not confuse heightened moralistic outrage with a humourless approach. Feminists love jokes. For example:
Q: What is the quickest way to a man’s heart?
A: Through his chest with a knife.
However, some jokes are designed to normalise the patriarchal ideological hegemony. When you hear these, you should ask the joke-teller to reflect on his inherent misogyny and apologise. An example could be:
Q: How many feminists does it take to change
a light bulb?
A: One to change the bulb and ten to share her pain.
If you hear the following joke, you should report the teller to the police. He would be guilty of a hate crime:
Q: How many men does it take to change a light bulb?
A: None, let her cook in the dark.
Show your support for feminist women and avoid the public shaming that results from making a mistake.
Be a new man. Go FeMan.