I used to think so, too, for many years. But so much of the feminist agenda is incoherent that I started wondering what they really wanted. Until I came across this quote by David Horowitz,
>An SDS radical once wrote, "the issue is never the >issue. The issue is always the revolution." In other >words, the cause---whether inner city blacks or women--- >is never the real cause, but only an occasion to advance >the real cause, which is the accumulation of power to >make the revolution.
- ------------------------- These ambitious objectives provoked a crisis in the country, which was finally recovering from the turmoils of World War I, revolution, and civil war. But this did not trouble Stalin, because Communist regimes thrived on crises.
"Crisis alone permitted the authorities to demand---and obtain---total submission and all necessary sacrifices from its citizens. The system needed sacrifices and sacrificial victims for the good of the cause and the happiness of future generations. Crises enabled the system in this way to build a bridge from the fictional world of utopian programs to the world of reality."
When, following Salin's death, his successors would opt for stability, decay would set in because the citizens no longer saw the rationale for the sacrifices demanded of them. - -----------------------------------
A man like Rahm Emmanuel, thuggish but brilliant, would know all about this.
In other words, do not be deceived by the apparent agenda. It is nothing but misdirection. Pull back the veils of "gender equity" and look for what they plan to do. It has very little to do with getting girls to work calculus problems and great deal to do with