Scientific Politicians In The Midterm Elections

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Do I really have to supply you with stuff that's so easy to google? Type in "wwgd rabid feminasties" and it's the first result.
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See? I hope your big "gotcha!" is not that the two words were never adjacent or something, because anyone who reads it can tell you were railing against whatever you think rabid feminasties are. You used the word rabid in who are actively trying to alleviate women prisoners' suffering, then...you win, I guess. I didn't know that any group that doesn't simultaneously try to tackle all social issues for all people is extremist, but I guess I was wrong. And something else Is that not something to be concerned about, especially when examples of clear discrimination can be seen elsewhere--hiring practices using identical resumes except for gender, for example?

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Good one, a mastery in red herrings and distortion. Examples of discriminations you find are the ones you look for, hypocrite:
http://www.cuil.pt/r.php?cx=0028257...&ie=UTF-8&q=gender+bias+against+men&sa=Search

Enjoy the Kool-Aid.
 
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