Every feminist assumes that she will be the almighty queen, taking personal revenge upon the hated men. No feminist gives a thought to the possibility that it will be some other woman who will take revenge against, for example, the feminist’s own son.

Not that feminists tend to reproduce, of course, but the “revolution” may fizzle out once it has eaten enough of its own.

“‘You can’t make an omelet without breaking eggs’; why explicitly mention the eggs broken?” Mises draws attention to the “left’s” callousness.

The assumption here is that the feminist ideology is perfectly great, but it needs to be accompanied by the woman being in power and, with that power, making others suffer.

When the tables turn, and she’s the one who suffers because of feminism, why, that’s just unfair, a sob story.

Feminism was never supposed to hurt her, you see, only those she hates.

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