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Monday, August 12, 2013

Robert Stacy McCain Goes Deep Inside the World of Hardcore Feminism

Or I should say "patriarchal oppressor" Robert Stacy McCain is entertaining as hell with all his recent reporting on the "radical Marxist lesbians" of the "totalitarian feminist left."


He's been posting up a storm. See, "Blame Joan of Arc," and "Yes, Ma’am, However…"

Robert's mostly humorous at the two posts cited above, but he whips out some beefy feminist fluency at his more recent entries, "Taking Feminism Seriously," and "Why Does Lesbian @SaraAlcid Want to Help More Women Kill Their Babies?":

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It isn’t every day that a “Queer Feminist” with a diploma from Bryn Mawr (undergraduate tuition $42,870 a year) decides she needs my attention, but I’m so grateful for Miss Alcid’s encouragement to expand on what I said this morning:
“Professor Aptheker is exactly right: If you want to be a true feminist, you must be a Communist lesbian.”
The inherent radicalism of the women’s movement — its theoretical foundation in Marxism, its implacable antagonism to traditional marriage and other institutions of bourgeois society — is not generally understood outside such campus cauldrons as Bryn Mawr.

Feminism is a totalitarian ideology. It cannot be co-opted or moderated. You cannot negotiate or compromise with feminism, because the ambitions of feminism are without limit. They can accept nothing short of the complete overthrow of “hitherto existing society” (Marx and Engels) resulting in their own dictatorial authority. Halfway “reform” (to which the bourgeoisie may agree in its attempt to stave off this upheaval) can ever placate the revolutionary, because the radical does not seek reform, but rather destruction. And the problem that most conservatives have, in trying to cope with radical movements, is that the typical conservative cannot imagine how fanatical — how rigidly unreasonable, how full of passionate destructive hatefulness — the radical really is. Notice how Sara Alcid illustrated her Valentine’s Day article...
Continue reading.

The post is da bomb. The woman's a freak. A walking oxymoron, she's claims herself a "queer feminist" while working for some totally obscure reproductive health advocacy group --- because, you know, birth control and abortion is all about LGBT rights, or some bullsh*t.

And now apparently shocked at the "intimidation" of being quoted on the Internet, Ms. Alcid has protected her tweets --- a victim, no doubt, of "patriarchal oppression":

You can't make this stuff up...

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