Most appropriate in its asininity and absurdity; perfectly captures the emotional and intellectual maturity of feminists.
When they cotton on to this, it will be removed, of course.
Last night, on the eve of International Women’s Day, news outlets and social media seized on the mysterious appearance of a statue of a defiant young girl staring down the famous Charging Bull statue. As it turns out, the statue of the little girl symbolically defying Wall Street was installed by… Wall Street itself.
The statue perfectly captures the essence of feminism: A childish sense of defiance lacking a clear objective. It is childish defiance for the sake of childish defiance.
The feminists at Village Voice are quite taken with the statue itself, but complain that this feminist message comes from a patriarchal corporation. That feminist empowerment is portrayed by a girl, and not a woman, would at first seem counterintuitive. A statue honoring the strength of men would…
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