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Old feminism: “Cut up men”; New feminism: “Reduce the male population by 90 percent”

August 19, 2014

What you get when you let feminists go to grad school in the social sciences:

Further research into designer babies will be necessary: manipulating gender or sex, prenatal sex discernment, sex-selective abortions, development of dual-female progeny (babies created from two mothers), and numerous other mechanisms will be utilised in order to achieve these aspirations. They won’t be enforced or mandated to achieve the goal in the short-term, but merely heavily encouraged in the early stages.

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I believe we must remove men from the community and place them in their own specific sections of society, akin to subsidised or state-funded reservations, so they can be redefined. We can make not only men safer, but women as well. By subsidising said reservations through the state we can provide men with activities, healthcare, entertainment, shelter, protection, and everything that one could ever require in life. This will remove conventional inequality from society. By reducing the number of men to 10 percent of the total population, their socio-biovalue will be raised.

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Children should be raised communally and by the state. The nuclear family model is a breeding ground of deceptions, mediocrities, treacheries, hypocrisy, and violence. It needs to be abolished. Bigotry, prejudice, and antiquated convictions are passed down through each generation. The conventional family unit indoctrinates our youth and drains them of their potential. My solution would be to assign children caretakers whose task would simply be to provide shelter, food, clothing, and protection for each child—all of which would be yielded by the state. Perfect girls will be conceived, developed, and engineered in state-owned breeding centers. They will be bound together in a communal venue under the instruction and control of female savants.

Well, this beats her previous idea, which was “International Castration Day.” Or at least I think it does.

h/t: Instapundit

Posted by Charlotte Allen

 

 

 

 

 

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4 Comments
  1. lol, she sounds like she wrote this after one-too-many walks of shame where the man never called her again.

  2. Surely this is intended as satire, no?

  3. Alas, I don’t think so.

  4. A ‘brave new world’ indeed…

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