Friday, November 11, 2005


The godmother of anti-feminism writes:

...In 2004, Rep. Louise Slaughter (D-NY) introduced a bill of over a hundred pages to authorize a high-level Office of the Victim Advocate (OVA) in the Department of Defense; fortunately, it didn't pass. In 2005, congressional feminists sponsored a four-page version of the same bill, which likewise went nowhere.

But the feminists are resourceful. They have persuaded Rumsfeld's Community and Family Policy office to award a contract to Wellesley College Centers for Women to make recommendations about establishing an OVA in the Pentagon.

The recommendations are wholly predictable -- they would be based on Slaughter's failed legislation. They will call for setting up an OVA in Washington to provide feminists who major in Women's Studies with tax-funded jobs from which they can pursue worldwide feminist goals in the Armed Services and destroy the career of any man who stands in a woman's way....

Surely Wellesley will copy portions of the Slaughter bill that authorize feminist pork. The victim is to be provided a victim advocate, a victim counselor and victim support liaison, and lucrative contracts are to be awarded to the domestic-violence service industry to train the Defense Department on how to support self-proclaimed victims....

Yeah, this isn't a real problem is it?

Nearly 12 percent of the women who graduated from the United States Air Force Academy this year [2003] were the victims of rape or attempted rape in their four years at the academy in Colorado Springs, with the vast majority never reporting the incidents to the authorities, according to a survey by the inspector general of the Defense Department.

... Brig. Gen. Johnny Weida, the commandant of the academy, warned the institution's 4,000 cadets that he would not tolerate violations of its honor code, or cadets who looked the other way while the classmates acted in ways that undermined the academy.

"We are warriors," General Weida was reported to have told the cadets today. "If we don't reverse this trend, the very existence of this institution is threatened. Together, we will fix this."

...Of the entire enrollment, 19 percent said they had been the victims of sexual assault and more than 7 percent said that assault took the form of rape or attempted rape. Four out of five women never came forward to report that they had been assaulted, the survey shows....

More statistics here.

Yeah, you're right, Phyllis -- nothing to see here, move along.

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