[DEBATE] : Re: Too bad Zuma didn't drown in the shower
leehall at sprynet.com
Mon Apr 10 14:20:16 BST 2006
Peter Mahlangu: It appears that you do have a problem with feminism per se.
Feminism per se is the theory that pointed out to us that the personal is
----- Original Message -----
From: "Peter Mahlangu" <tshankimahlangu at yahoo.com>
To: "debate: SA discussion list " <debate at lists.kabissa.org>
Sent: 10 April 2006 08:06
Subject: [DEBATE] : Re: Too bad Zuma didn't drown in the shower
I don't have a problem with feminism per se, and I
admire feminist victories like female suffrage, female
leadership in govt and business (Maria Ramos and
Phumzile Mlambo-Ncguka spring to mind) and the
judiciary,etc. In fact, the only students who used to
beat me academically, at school and in University,
were all female, without exception.
The problem starts when today's "gender activists"
(actually a disgrace to feminism) start lecturing
women and men on what are essentially private issues
("you have the right not to cook dinner for your
husband", "you have the right to go to an all-girls'
night out and come back at 12:00 midnight"). So-called
independent women start believing this non-sense and,
predictably, marriages and relationships disntergrate.
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