Jenny Gunnarsson Payne writes in answer to my letters to the editor, feminism is ”a long and rather straggly thought”. Where we can agree.
My main intention was to show that there are several variants of feminism. For many people, it can be awkward when theorists raging free.
in the academic, political and ideological context in which it is interest to discuss the different variants of feminism. Some of them are, in my opinion, so unrealistic that it belongs in the radikalfeminimens källarlokaler.
Jenny Gunnatrsson Payne seems to imply that it is remarkable to see the gender perspective, gender equality and sexual equality as a threat to the heterosexual nuclear family and the christian civilization, themselves pillars. I don't. You must be faithful feminist to think there is something strange.
there be for the reason that in my letter to the editor to say something about that I write articles in what you call ”right-wing” New Times? I write articles in several newspapers and in social media because I think it is fun to write. I won't stand for other than my own articles. You are looking for is to try to undermine my morals, honor and reputation.
Jenny Gunnarsson Payne is associate professor in ethnology. It is typical for förgrämda flemister and readers that, when the arguments runs out, proving access to the opponent with a grip that would have given a fail in the scientific community?
In the discussions I have with non-scholars put forward the view that they find it difficult to understand feminists who think that women are oppress in a patriarchal Sweden, at the same time these feminists are often quick to defend islam, which is one of the world's most reactionary religion which stands for a färfärligt the oppression of women.
really needs to be a revolution of liberation for women. If it is this islamic oppression of Swedish feminist foreign policy is to fight, it would be good. But the feminist minister of foreign affairs Margot Wallström (S) and other concerned most with plakatpolitik.
”Democracy is threatened when feminist critics are in power” is the title of Jenny Gunnarsson payne's text. But it is just the opposite. It is threatened, God forbidden, if feminist extremists would come to power.