- Sep 28, 2004
- It's a free country.
- Basic Beliefs
...says the guy who wrote:It seems that the only folks who are trying to feel superior, or enable folks to feel superior, are those who try to exclude folks.
I would eject anyone from a department who makes arguments such as theirs that "is" of their dubiously definite "sex" informs any kind of "ought" might not have the wherewithal to hack it in academia in the first place.
And people who think like you are taking power over schoolgirls, constructively excluding them from school bathrooms by making those bathrooms a safe-haven for sexual harassment, and de facto saying to those girls "by power of our strength, the strength of our subculture's religious faith, and the strength of our friends, on school grounds you may not for your own sake do bladder evacuation to yourself."Superiority is fundamentally taking power over someone. Saying "by power of my strength, or the strength of the traditions of the past, or by the strength of my friends, you may not for your own sake do some thing to yourself."
That's what this is about.
(No doubt when the unintended but entirely foreseeable consequences of their actions ensue, those progressive lunatics tell themselves they didn't exclude the schoolgirls -- the schoolgirls excluded themselves. When an employer allows the men who work for him to sexually harass a woman to the point where she finds it intolerable and quits, the employer no doubt likewise thinks to himself that this was the woman's choice and has nothing to do with him. That will not save him from an adverse judgment in the woman's wrongful termination lawsuit. It's called "constructive dismissal".)