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Old 31-01-2018, 04:19 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by iamawaveofthesea View Post
no but the ones that aren't will have pressure applied to them by the militants

I'll give you an example...

Lets say that a woman WANTS to be a mum. She knows that the first 3 years of a childs life are critical in its formation. She wants to give her child the best start, she and her partner look at their finances and decide they can manage if she becomes a fulltime mum

The militant marxist feminists will then accuse that woman of not being a good feminist or of letting the team down. She should go back to work and help women to win market share of the jobs.

They will shame her and imply that she is not loyal to the cause of the sisterhood. peer pressure doesn't always stop when people leave school...
In my experience, most women, including the feminists I know would laugh at such a notion. That's not to say that peer pressure doesn't exist. But, I don't know who these feminists are that you talk about. They must be a very small minority, 'cos I was under the impression that that argument went out with the 1980's.
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