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posted by [personal profile] dglenn at 05:24am on 2012-03-13

"I, for one, think it wholly rational for a conservative thinker embrace difference feminism, since the movement has been one wave behind feminism at every turn. When liberals moved to fighting de facto inequalities in the 1960s, conservatives just got around to agree that de jure inequality was a bad thing. And when liberals began questioning difference feminism and promoting movement diversity in the 1990's, conservatives came to terms with modern rape laws, reformed custody and divorce laws, and women in the workplace.

"So it's not a surprise that now conservative thinkers are embracing ecofeminism, right about 30 years after mainstream feminism rejected it. Basically, give it a few decades and we'll see our fair share of Riot Grrrl conservatives."

-- raorao, 2012-02-21 [ thanks to [info] realinterrobang for quoting it earlier]

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posted by [personal profile] minoanmiss at 11:37am on 2012-03-13
*makes a note of this analysis*



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