Just as anti-racism is racism against whites, anti-sexism is sexism against men. Heatstreet demonstrates a couple of ways it can be applied to the topic of books.
[Feminazi Caitlin] Moran, a Times of London columnist behind the best-selling How to Be a Woman, argued that reading great works by males will make young women cripplingly insecure.
She named J. D. Salinger, William Faulkner, Raymond Chandler, Ernest Hemingway and Philip Roth as male writers particularly worthy of being ignored.
In an International Women’s Day article written for the publishing house Penguin – who sell an awful lot of books by male authors – she said: “If I had one piece of advice for young girls, and women, it would be this: girls, don’t read any books by men.”
To draw attention to female authors, a Cleveland bookstore celebrated Women’s History Month by turning every male-written book in the fiction room backward on its shelf.
Eight of the all-female employees of Loganberry Books went through about 10,000 books, a process that took about two hours. They’ll leave the books turned around for the next two weeks.
In an interview with Cleveland Scene, [owner Harriett] Logan said the display was “a metaphor of silencing the male voice—at least for this month.”
Maybe next time Women’s Day rolls around, women of the moonbat persuasion can take their spite to the next level of lunacy by eschewing any technology developed by men. They can crouch in the bushes and think pure thoughts about how much better the world would be without the male gender.
On a tip from rpp618.