Category Archives: Feminist myths

The Walking Penis…

A rant on the gendered war, ‘friends’, ‘family’ and moving forward: The lessons for me from the last few years is that friendship and even personal relationship with relatives is a conditional and fickle thing so at this age I … Continue reading

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Getting Real About Domestic Violence and Abuse in NZ

WTFU people, feminism and white ribbon are the problem not the solution. Feminism was certainly the agent for putting domestic abuse and violence into the public arena.  However its ideological position on domestic violence and other aspects of social life … Continue reading

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Revisiting Moses’ early water travels or drowning our sons at birth.

  From at least the 1980’s the admirable goals of equity feminism of were more vocally superseded by the strident ideology and political rhetoric of radical or gender feminism.  In their world view gendered relating between the two halves of … Continue reading

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Hoary chestnuts alive and well in the ‘sisterhood’!

An examination (response to) of feminist assertions on the issue of women and body image and its relationship to the patriarchy (men). How self reflection may be more helpful for human relationships than continuing with the gendered socio-political theories of feminism. Continue reading

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