What Happened When We Gave Our Daughter My Last Name
The Hairpin

“It was uneven, but it had been uneven the other way for millennia (though matriarchal societies did exist once upon a time) and sometimes the pendulum has to swing wildly before it can even out.” I am not sorry to break it to you: that is not how pendulums work. This idea of “well, we have to now go this far in order to make up for the ‘patriarchy’” is nothing short of a corrupt, fairly disgusting, feminist dogma; very harmful, very outdated and sustained only by feeble-minded feminists and SJWs of both sexes. In all, here is quote that seems to apply to you very well:
“Equality is related to the direct interest of individuals who are bent on escaping certain inequalities not in their favour, and setting up new inequalities that will be in their favour, the latter being their chief concern.” (Vilfredo Pareto).

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