Feminists are discovering what censorship is like — and by their own hand, at that. Gosh, turns out not to be so much fun, doesn’t it, ladies? Perhaps it’s time for feminists to try a new tack: dialogue. Might be scary, but might be worth a chance. David King comments on a Woman’s Hour interview with feminists Jane Fae and Caroline Criado-Perez conducted by Jenni Murray.
“The One Good Man sees all other men as feckless, immoral, weak, beneath him. The One Good Man is good because he knows he is the only good man. He is special.” These are the words of Alison Tieman, who gives us some brilliant insight into the nature of “good” men, or at least those who obsess on making that claim.
For White men, being the target of widespread cultural hatred is a new experience. For Black men. now targeted again, it will be nothing less than a return to their early post-African roots. For Black men, feminism is the end of their civil rights movement.