It has been noted by many commentators over they years that an oxymoronic singular objective of a movement dubbed “feminist” is to achieve some false notion of parity by behaving like men.
Sure, good men have certain admirable qualities that any person, regardless of gender, would do well to emulate. In the classic musical My Fair Lady, Professor Higgins comically extols these qualities while lamenting their apparent absence in women singing…
Why can’t a woman be more like a man?
Men are so honest, so thoroughly square;
Eternally noble, historically fair.
Who, when you win, will always give your back a pat.
Why can’t a woman be like that?
Alas and alack, these are not the qualities that the feminist movement extols in its futile search for equality. The feminist movement promotes an ideal much different than Henry Higgins. Feminists promote behavior in women that is most despicable in men. Greed. Avarice. Selfishness. And lust. To be equal to men, you must be just like the worst of them.
Recently, I came across an article that exemplifies this notion taken to the extreme. Before I link to this article, I must warn you that its content is extremely vulgar and sexually graphic. I will do my best to summarize and sanitize here so that readers do not need to subject themselves to understand my points. But if you have the stomach, you can find it here.
Tracy Clark-Flory is a sex and relationship staff writer at Salon. That sentence is the scariest notion in the world.
In a recent article, Ms. Clark-Flory happily regales her readers with a tale that would make her a scoundrel among men, but in reality it probably makes her the saddest woman on the internet.
She begins by telling us that she just saw her favorite male porn star enter the bar and she immediately expresses the desire to sleep with him….