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Top 10 feminist fiascoes of 2014–No. 1: UVA “rape” hoax; No. 2: Wendy Davis

December 22, 2014

My latest blog post for the Los Angeles Times:

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  1. Lastango permalink

    It’s not easy to narrow this down to just 10. Other candidates might include:

    == Vitriolic attacks by feminists against #WomenAgainstFeminism. To give feminists credit, they know the social power of appealing young women in the media, and they recognize the threat posed to their monopoly on the ideological leadership of a core constituency. They knew they had to nip this phenomenon in the bud, but by attempting to do so through denigration and verbal violence they confirmed the precepts and objections of the #WAF posters.

    == Lena Dunham’s book… and everything Mz. Dunham later said about her book. She is sooooo over. The feminists have lost a major media/cultural weapon.

    == The book “The Price of Silence” (about the Duke lacrosse case), and the media’s pimping of the book. Anyone who missed this can catch up by reading this short piece:

    http://www.newrepublic.com/article/117383/william-d-cohans-duke-lacrosse-case-book-gets-many-things-wrong

    It’s no accident the book appeared during an election year in which the Democrats were under pressure and had decided to bet the farm on the Rape Culture and War On Women frauds.

    == This Tide commercial. And no, I don’t buy Procter & Gamble products anymore. That includes Crest, Gillette, etc.

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