Continuing the discussion from Game of the year 2013, not for girls:
Which is ironic as these discursive movements seem to hold their cornerstone in women believing that they understand and hold adequate insight into the minds and lives of men-as-a-class. This is nothing short of pitting the middle-class against the middle-class while Occupy dies slowly in it’s sleep. When the cross-hairs were aimed at the 1% it took them little time to manufacture a new outrage (via their owned media outlets and the desire for clickbait) from which they are separate and protected from harm. Sorry, but I don’t care nearly as much about people saying mean things when we have a wealth gap that goes unspoken and unaddressed for three decades.
It would be nice if those fighting this fight would even acknowledge that women’s experiences aren’t universal and that there exists a certain line across which one goes from trying to help to making things worse by sanctioning equally awful behavior in the name of “social justice”.
Frankly, this just feels like infighting. Keep the plebs squabbling over the scraps while the rulers do whatever they want whenever they want to whomever they want.