The Erasure of Women Continues

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What an unbelievable time we live in.

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Thank you for posting this article. My heart sank while reading it but thank you anyway.

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Ya I read about this earlier. I can’t believe it! Disgusting!

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The banality of evil. Everything gets reduced and emptied of meaning.

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“Menstruation, pregnancy, childbirth, and breastfeeding belong exclusively to women.”

Well, maybe not the breastfeeding.

I have to doubt this happens often. For one thing, lots of babies don’t take paci’s (which is essentially what these dads are for their babies), for another, that has got to hurt the dad like nothing else! (Or are my babies the only ones that chomp on their paci’s because they are mad no milk is forthcoming?!)

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This is what happens when people support radical left ideologies like 3rd wave feminism that is hellbent on eliminating differences between the genders. They create a monster that devours its makers.

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“To each their own” was also wrought over the gates of Buchenwald, but not every use of the phrase is a direct comparison to the holocaust.

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Unbelievably stupid time…

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Men have embryonic mammals glands only.

It is extremely rare that a father can produce milk for a child and maybe ofteh related to hormonal imbalance. Not sure that a newborn can survive only a man’s milk.

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It’s like a bad acid trip.
Are we gonna wake up or will it just keep going?
scream

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  1. The ‘masculinizing’ of women.
  2. The feminizing of men.
  3. The confusion of children.

“Male and female He made them”

Who opposes this?

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The article was more about the destruction of women than just the packaging of female products.

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Jedem das Seine does indeed have a history that predates the Second World War. To the best of my knowledge, “the banality of evil” was coined by Hannah Arendt to describe the Holocaust and had not previously been used in any other context. Furthermore, although Jedem das Seine does have a perfectly legitimate meaning in German, the phrase is avoided because of its association with Nazi atrocities. Similarly, nobody now would use the phrase Arbeit macht frei, even though it was used before the creation of the Nazi system of labour camps. The phrase “the banality of evil” is inevitably evocative of an atrocity such as the Holocaust. To use that phrase to describe sanitary towel packaging is ridiculous and offensive. It’s not even evil. It is perhaps a little silly. I would perhaps consider using the phrase “the banality of evil” when describing, for example, some of the perpetrators of the atrocities that took place in the former Yugoslavia.

It is not about the destruction of women. Women are not being destroyed. Another term for the destruction of women—the actual destruction of women—is femicide.

And so the stupidity and insanity of the 60s and 70s sexual revolution come home to roost in the most absurd manner. Women wanted to be “equal” to men in EVERY respect and so now they see the irrationality of their requests. Men having babies and menstruating! Ah the chickens…

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Today I identify as an oak tree. Stop the bigotry against oak trees! Lol.

Better look a little closer at what the article said if you continue to believe it is about sanitary napkins.

And I agree absolutely agree with the author that there is an erasure of women happening. We can call it destroying women. womanhood, erasure or whatever but it is happening and it is evil.

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I did read the article and I thought it was ridiculous. It’s scaremongering and simplistic.

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