Radical Feminism: Radical feminists think they're advocating for women's rights.

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In light of recent events at Harvard University, there has been much sentiment against any form of negative speech about women. The primary complaint is the existence of sexist double-standards (i.e. pimp vs. whore), followed by the "denunciation" of women who speak their minds. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that those two facts would be the first thing prospective radical neo-feminists (henceforth referred to as "feminazis") would gripe about.

First thing's first. Feminazis define feminism as: "Feminism is the radical belief that women are human beings. It encourages sharing ideas, thoughts, frustrations, and constructive debate that concern genders. With a Republican in the White House and the re-emergence of sexist music videos, there is a strong need for feminist ideals to be known and acknowledged by today's mainstream."

Nonsense! The feminist agenda is the last thing one would want dominating society. Not only do they want equal pay at work, but they want women to be exempt from military conscription.

At the workplace, they want anything that could potentially be relation to sexual harassment outlawed. Ask yourself: who are the sexists here?

This is the perfect segue into the feminazis' next point: women are underrepresented in government and politics, especially with a Republican in the White House, and that society is too sexist for a woman President. This preposterous false accusation of the right wing should be blatant enough even for liberals to see. I don't know about other states, but I've seen plenty of "hillbillies" in Texas wear "Condi in '08" t-shirts, and an equal amount in New York. What seems to be the secret message? I can't seem to figure it out. It appears to be something about Republicans wanting to elect Condoleezza Rice for President in 2008 if she chose to run.