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August 22, 2007


bright strangely

i put it to you, that he doesn't describe anything resembling "different but equal". this is what he actually says: "A woman's husband, and her baby, will love her even if she doesn't play the trombone. So cultivating a unique skill isn't essential for her."

his theory is the same as the feminist conspiracy he claims to be rebutting. men protected women from harm and success/exceptionalism as a resource. i'm not stating that to claim men are evil, but he seems to be studiously ignoring that when he comments on the mysteriously absent patriarchy. how is it not exactly what he describes?

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