I’ve been thinking about this; the real social construct is the conditioned disposability of men.
Jhagi Bhai

Absolutely agree:

When I was watching coverage of the women’s march on Washington it became very clear from interviews with participants. They were all for the most part airing grievances about things which had nothing to do with the new president or with any kind of “systemic oppression.”

They were for the most part complaining basically that they were poor and life was hard.

It seems to me that the march was not against Trump or sexism or whatever. It was a giant outpouring of subconscious rage against the results of fifty years of institutionalised feminism.

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