Feminist uncertainly principle

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The feminist uncertainty principle refers to the tendency for feminists to be evasive on their position on key issues. This comes naturally from the many internally inconsistent and contradictory ideas within feminism. Eg, Feminists have often advocated violence while simultaneously maintaining feminism as an ideology of peace (and often placing the blame for all violence at the feet of men).

In recent years the tendency for feminists to be evasive has declined and leading feminists are now more inclined to take concrete positions. This has made the work of anti-feminists easier as demonstrating the flaws within feminist ideology is then as simple as pointing to the words of leading feminists. A recent example of this was an episode of the Australian talk show Q&A in which prominent feminists stated that the police should be abolished and that women should be violent towards men.[1]

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