Towards a new paradigm on gender equality.
Politically correct feminism is everywhere you look. It inspires obedience and it follows the flock. Hardly anyone remembers the old masters anymore. We are surrounded by fanatics who need attention, demand likes, are on the lookout for an audience, and thrive on sensationalism.
Damned Feminist isn’t a good book about feminism. It’s not trying to make friends or enemies on the left or right, among men or women. It’s not trying to save anyone. It wants to propose a rethinking of the ideological orthodoxy of certain feminist trends, their acceptance of the state and public policies that try to legislate sexuality or impose quotas, the morality that rejects such vital topics as prostitution and surrogate motherhood, and the use of abuse to offer an image of women as “victimized” by men.
State-sponsored feminism, policy feminism, characterized by its simplicity, its electoral efficacy, its accommodation to institutions, has imposed its mores over the original feminist rebellion, the one that linked feminist demands to universal values like human rights, freedom of expression, sexual liberty, or the presumption of innocence.