On not presenting the annual Vagina Monologues:
“’At its core, the show offers an extremely narrow perspective on what it means to be a woman,’ wrote Erin Murphy, a representative of Mount Holyoke’s student-run theater board, in an email. ‘Gender is a wide and varied experience, one that cannot simply be reduced to biological or anatomical distinctions, and many of us who have participated in the show have grown increasingly uncomfortable presenting material that is inherently reductionist and exclusive.’”
So someone not born with a vagina, but who thinks he is a woman, might feel bad after watching the monologue. Huh. I “feel bad” after reading about stupids. Does that make me a victim?
Of course it does! Of course I am a victim! I am offended by stupid people. They make me feel bad because their stupidity means I am smarter than they are and I have more common sense, and knowing I am smarter is so not nice in these years of the Progressives.
All the people who wore “pussy hats” at demonstrations and in court rooms and etc., weren’t they offending men who say they are women but don’t have a vagina? (Except the one worn on the head, that is.)
Who’s going to pay the emotional bill for all this nonsense?
“And, as usual with liberal social engineering, it’s women who have to make the biggest adjustments to the new order. They are being told that they are no longer unique as a sex, and that someone who was a biological man for thirty years of his life before transitioning to becoming female can now not open compete with them in sports but is, apparently as much a woman as they are.”
Link at maggiesfarm.