Look what feminism has become: Censorship is the pill we should all fear the most, by Brendan O’Neill.
Here’s a truth about censorship we too often forget: it is more insulting to the people it is designed to protect than it is to the people it is designed to shut down….
In truth, The Red Pill isn’t evil or all-powerful. It’s a pretty mild, pretty interesting documentary about the rise of the men’s rights movement in Western nations. …
We’re witnessing what we may call the “lady-proofing” of public life. Just as parents baby-proof their homes to protect little ’uns from scrapes, so feminists want to lady-proof the internet and politics and culture to protect women from controversy.
Censorship was once justified with the cry of “Won’t someone think of the children?” Now it’s done with a yelp of “Won’t someone think of the women?”