So now we’re suddenly close to having the same perspective? Not that long ago I was a hysterical, feminazi who held outrageous positions that nearly no-one else in the country supports. I really think you need to get that Llama costume! You really have no idea what your actual position is or whether you are coming or going.

Edit: This is a quote from you, “Did you ever wonder why most men aren’t interested in supporting feminists or metoo? You should consider that it’s not because they’re scared, it’s because they’re turned of by the vitriolic hysteria, the demands, and the shaming if you don’t fall in line. Why is it that over a year later and metoo has not made any substantive change for a majority of women? You should consider that it is not because of society’s deeply ingrained sexist attitudes, but because people are disturbed by the hyperbolic reaction to even the slightest whiff of a man making a misplaced joke,”

Meanwhile, “According to the recent Harvard CAPS-Harris survey, 55 percent of American voters have a favorable view of the #MeToo movement.” Meanwhile, it’s blatantly clear that these claims are not in the slightest bit hysterical or vitriolic and that those being shamed are well deserving of such shame. Meanwhile, actual structural changes being made to actual offending organizations.

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