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Mittwoch, April 01, 2015

"Frauen sind bessere Menschen"

Women are not equal to men; they are superior in many ways, and in most ways that will count in the future. It is not just a matter of culture or upbringing. It is a matter of chromosomes, genes, hormones, and nerve circuits. It is not mainly because of how experience shapes women, but because of intrinsic differences in the body and the brain.

(...) There is a birth defect that is surprisingly common, affecting a key pair of chromosomes. In the normal condition the two look the same, but in this disorder one is shrunken beyond recognition. The result is shortened life span, higher mortality at all ages, an inability to reproduce, premature hair loss, and brain defects variously resulting in attention deficit, hyperactivity, conduct disorder, hypersexuality, and an enormous excess of both outward and self-directed aggression. The main mechanism is androgen poisoning. I call it the X-chromosome deficiency syndrome, and a stunning 49 percent of the human species is affected. It is also called maleness.


Hier findet man die volle Dosis feministischen Faschismus, Auszug eines Buchs des Professors für Anthropologie Melvin Konner, bei Amazon Bestseller Nr. 1 im Fachbereich Gender Studies. (Ja, so sind Sie drauf, unsere Genderstudenten: Geschlechtsunterschiede sind allesamt konstruiert und Männer schon biologisch minderwertig.) Sie stimmen Konners Auffassung nicht zu? Dann lassen Sie sich von anderen Professoren, etwa Michael Kimmel und Rolf Pohl, mal lieber schnell erklären, warum Sie ein ganz gefährlicher Antifeminist sind.