The Feminist View: Any Critical Response To A Woman's Publicly Posted Message Is Hate And "Troll-Siccing"
What I find is "uplifting" of women is treating them as we'd treat men -- that is, treating women as equals, which supposedly was the mission of feminism.
Unfortunately, today, as I often say, feminists tend to demand that women be treated as eggshells, not equals.
About that, here's one of my posts for today -- told in tweets. I got this one when I woke up this morning.
And I'll answer it with another tweet, from evolutionary psychologist Diana Fleischman (in response to the tweet embedded below hers):
Anyone of either sex can jump into your online conversation on Twitter. That's the point. https://t.co/JmxqyqLx9R— Diana S. Fleischman (@sentientist) March 8, 2017
Diana Fleischman was responding to this tweet:
Hey tomorrow (IWD) would be a great day for dudes 2 not jump into every woman's online conversation.— Ijeoma Oluo (@IjeomaOluo) March 8, 2017
Also today & Thursday & maybe always..
Amazingly, the tweet about how I should "uplift" women by treating them like they're too fragile to deal with any sort of response to messages they put out publicly has this profile behind it:
Yet, according to her and other women, the International Women's Day Message is as follows:
Int'l Women's Day Message: We're Women, And We're Pathetic And Must Be Treated Like Newborn Baby Ducks
P.S. I've got screenshots of the tweets here. I have a pretty intense writing day, doing a few corrections on my book manuscript, so if any of these power feminists delete their tweets, please email me at adviceamy at aol, and I'll post the screen shots in place of the tweets.