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I’ve always assumed that is not you in the pic. I have a hard time squaring it with your commentary over the months.

88Susan Walsh October 25, 2012 at 5:26 pm
Oh, M3, don’t start with the whining about women. Please.

89Susan Walsh October 25, 2012 at 5:32 pm

Eh, I take your point, though I think you’re missing the real issue – the feminist movement is so fractured and fragmented that it is simply impossible to make a broad statement that one agrees or disagrees with feminism. I am on record as being a gender equity feminist, which I believe gives me the right to avail myself of all those nice little bennies. (Re the Pill, feminists do not get credit for that. It was that + the Women’s Movement that brought us the Sexual Revolution.)

I believe that the goals of gender equity were achieved long ago, and what is called feminism today is actually a female supremacy movement. Books like “The End of Men” which celebrate the diminishing achievements of males, are detrimental to a healthy society, in my view.

Specifically, I reject any and all aspects of Sex-Positive feminism, so popular on college campuses today, and the branch of feminism Nathan Harden is arguing against.

90Susan Walsh October 25, 2012 at 5:34 pm

Did you notice the second comment there:

I don’t wear any, that’s not to say I don’t need to, I just don’t see the point. Once you’re in a realationship, your man will see you makeup-free, blemishes and all. What I’m trying to say is, wear makeup if it makes you feel good