The Inane is Oppressive

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While the supply of manufactured grievances that progressives can dig up may seem inexhaustible, sometimes you get the idea that they are scraping the bottom of the barrel when they can write long articles on why being the one to change the toilet paper is oppressive, and actually mean it seriously.

The raison d’être of feminism is to work towards gender “equality”, never mind that their understanding of the term and proposed solutions are based on a distorted view of gender relations.

The problem starts most of the general goals of historic feminism have more or less been achieved, which is what we have seen in the past few decades. By all objective measures that first and second-wave feminists would have found reasonable, their demands have largely been met (to the eventual determent of western civillisation but that’s for another post).

This causes a problem for modern feminism, which faces a rapidly diminishing amount of gender-grievances they can mine for their equality racket. The result? We see modern feminism become increasingly absorbed in navel-gazing, finding inequality, oppression and sexism in every mundane thing.

The demands of feminism will never be met, because the practical existence of feminism is defined by needing to find examples of inequality to be unhappy about. If one cannot be found then something shall be created in order to fuel the next fad in social activism. The revolution will never be finished because the revolutionaries don’t know how to do anything else.

This is why you should never attempt to placate feminists and SJWs by giving in to their demands. Mockery is the appropriate response for the next time you see a progressive attempt to get on the soapbox for the latest fashionable inane grievance cause.

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