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This deserves to be highlighted, firstly because it’s unintentionally funny. It does rather overstate the position within the Labour party but I’m sure more right-leaning readers will be delighted to see the mess the party has got into as rival “victim” groups victimise each other. And there is an element of satisfaction as feminists, the very people who “problematized” sex and gender in pursuit of deconstructing masculinity and declaring men to be uniformly a menace, now fall foul of these very ideas. They’re falling behind in the victim Olympics and are unsurprisingly miffed about it.
It seems Mr. Harriet Harman was simply a pioneer when he won an “all-women shortlist” Parliamentary seat while Ms. Harman was Deputy Leader of the Party. In a sense one admires the resourcefulness of Labour men if they can get the jobs their biological sex excludes them from by “wearing lipstick and a pink hoody”, surely adopting feminine “gender” is exactly what feminism demands of biological men? I’m almost tempted to join the Party just to cheer on the mayhem. And just who was it who has pioneered “no platforming”, social media campaigns and Twitter storms, boycotts of people and companies, improbable claims of feeling “unsafe”, declaring an “unwanted compliment” is tantamount to a hostile act, even assault. In short all the panoply of tactics Ms. Wershbale now complains about, honed by radical feminists like her in the first place! Nice to see Julie Bindel also complaining again.
One thing our Rebekah is unlikely to muse upon, why aren’t there “Trans Exclusionary Men’s Rights Activists” storms picking on women who like to think or dress themselves as “men”? Are all the toxic Patriarchs just all inclusive softees after all? Even worse, do they simply accept people on face value and not obsess about bodily functions? Or more prosaically perhaps it’s because there are no “men’s rights” to protect after all. Maybe all along all the privileges and protections were the other way………
In the meantime, is it still a fiver to join Labour? Or maybe we should just laugh as Rebekah lists all the feminist tactics now turned upon her.
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