That is, the madness being caused by a womb not being well used:
The four-week “learning journey” recommends that staff read Me Not You: The Trouble with Mainstream Feminism, a book by Alison Phipps, a professor of gender studies at the University of Sussex.
Summarising the book’s central premise, the Oxfam document says white feminists need to ask themselves whether they are causing harm when they fight sexual violence.
It then links to Prof Phipps’s Twitter account and a thread which summarises the main themes of the book, including: “White feminist tears deploy white woundedness, and the sympathy it generates, to hide the harms we perpetuate through white supremacy.”
Not that we could ever do this but an interesting thought. What about if you only ever got to teach grievance studies if you actually had children. Enough so you had at least one of each – that’s two for the hard of thought – and raised them yourself.
There’s a certain thought that actual, long term, exposure to the innate differences would rather explode much of the varied subjects. The people doing the teaching, all this critical thinking, just don’t have much experience of actual human beings.