Last week we highlighted the fact that this letter makes feminists look incompetent by stepping over a century of legislative change resulting from pressure campaigns from women’s groups. As we looked ahead at the issues under discussion, we noticed that many of the issues on the list are things that affect both sexes and some affect men more frequently than they do women.
As we pointed out before, many of the groups that signed onto the letter are not specifically women’s groups, either. They were politically similar to each other, but their politics are not gender-specific. In other words, a political faction is promoting gender-neutral talking points by falsely labeling them “women’s issues.
Why would they do that?
Tune in Thursday, March 2 at 7:30 PM EST to hear the badgers further discuss “feminists’” letter to congress, and potential answers to that question. Check out the dropdown menu at the top of https://www.honeybadgerbrigade.com/2023/03/02/secret-agenda-behind-feminists-letter-to-congress–hbr-talk-251 for viewing and listening options.
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