which puts the smackdown on this kind of text which steals the language of feminism to promote self-serving narratives. I am also a fan of
which explains the agony of any "movement" that serves the interests of a large group (say 50% of the population.) The gist of it is that activism is a business. A small group can take a small amount from everybody else with a small amount of effort. For instance Virginia Slims can stage a fake "protest" to encourage woman to smoke easily. A group that authentically serves all women (or all men, or workers in general) faces terrible agency problems (e.g. leadership can steal a few percent of the money that goes by, and feed the rest back into fundraising)
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