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Reader’s Comment of the Day: Do we really need reminding how ghastly these feminist harridans are?

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In response to Laura Perrins: Five bossy feminists you would rather not hear from, weirdvisions wrote:

The feminists are indeed entitled to their opinions. I, on the other hand, along with the majority of women who do not believe that men are a universal evil that must be emasculated and feminised, am entitled to my own opinions. That is to ignore the nonsense spewed by these ridiculous harridans and treat it with the withering contempt it deserves. While I admire this site and its contributors (I have been a lurker almost from the outset) do natural women (I mean the non-rabidly feminist ones) really need to be reminded, on a regular basis, how perverse and undermining militant feminism is?

By all means please comment on the latest stupidities these wimmin spout because they do provide a target-rich environment, but be aware that preaching to your choristers with opinion pieces like the one above can become rather repetitive and a little pointless. Save your ammunition for when it counts. And keep up the good work.

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