100 years ago, feminism was about getting equality, quite legitimately. But in its modern form...no, they may SAY that, but really it's about getting privileges by manipulating the courts, men, and also other women if they get in the way.
Its most blatant form can be seen in the recent Fox News case. Like ALL Fox News females, this particular one looked like a Miss Universe contestant, and it's quite clear that was a major reason she was hired. In fact, she WAS!! A former Miss America.
But when she wasn't given a new contract at age 50...no doubt because of being replaced by someone younger with the same 'qualifications'..she ran screaming to the courts, alleging that the boss, a Mr, Ailes, was a mollester and so forth.
Now, I dont' know how much of a molester Mr. Aides was, (Given that Fox News looks like a Miss Universe contest ,I have no doubt there is a sexist atmosphere in the newsroom, and that elite males like Ailes nearly always face no criticism for it.).
BUT, ahem, my sister, you never said ONE WORD against him for decades, so long as you rose in the Fox News hierarchy. Your silence meant that other women would be afraid to speak out, since they'd be left to swing in the wind by sisters like you;.you enabled Mr. Aides, if in fact he even did what you are alleging in an obvious retaliatory accusation.
As always our feminists use sex, use their looks, whenever it's convenient for them, are silent about whatever the elite men do....ENABLE and cooperate with those same men often by sleeping with these same 'sexists' to advance their careers..
And then scream sexism if it isn't getting them what they want.
Or, as in a recent Take, a feminist argues that women shouldn't be given points for modesty, because such a judgment values them for their looks. They should be free to show cleavage and dress in skin tight jeans all they want, because I am WOMAN, etc.
But ALL of us, men and women, are constantly judged on our looks! Men are also supposed to be modest at work...few jobs allow tank tops or muscle shirts...
Why should women have some special privilege to avoid this judgment???? It sure doesn't smell like equality, to say the least.