Well it doesn’t freak me out as much as it did initially. I was just sick over this, for a while. But I am now just questioning all this.
Well it doesn’t freak me out as much as it did initially.
Amber Lisa

I’d like to relate how I first experienced the inversion state of the RedPill, so jump on the wayback machine, if you will. Year is about 1982 or so and I’m taking women studies classes at iusb.edu . I’m in class instructed by Dr Gloria Kaufman and it flashed on me the true meaning of Kurt Vonnegut’s short story, Tom Edison’s Shaggy Dog. If you have not read it, please do. It’s a short read.

Anyway, is is what I think of now as the first writing that I know of suggesting that maybe men aren’t as in charge as “we” believe.

I did express my thoughts about this to Dr Kaufman but she wasn’t having any of it. And I was ok with that. I’d learned by then not to talk too much : )

So the point I want to make is about how seemingly incompatible views of reality can be examined speratly. I learned by reading and studying feminism to examine how living in a sexist society was detrimental to me as a male.

I not at all finished here but need to do some real life : )