Our thanks to Jeff for this. An extract:
In recent years the world’s leading literary awards have been dominated by women, with last year’s Booker Prize being jointly won by Margaret Atwood and Bernardine Evaristo.
The awards have been dominated by women for one reason alone – women (almost invariably feminists) have corrupted the judging processes. It remains the case that in fields where performance can be measured objectively, women rarely (or never) compete at the highest levels with men. This is as true in fields where physical strength plays no part, as in fields where it does. Women’s chess, anyone?
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