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Gendered predjudice and the wrath of the Left

Radical feminism is struggling with reality

7 February 2020

10:00 PM

7 February 2020

10:00 PM

Despite the term hysterical being criticised as having a sexist history and connotation, it is difficult to describe the reaction to Bettina Arndt’s Australia Day honours as anything but. The complaints accusing Arndt of supposedly sympathising with a paedophile and other such alleged misdemeanours are just a smokescreen for her real crime – betraying the feminist cause by prosecuting problems faced by men and boys.

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