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In a similar vein Men for Hillary points us to "The Feminist Reawakening: Hillary Clinton and the Fourth Wave" by Amanda Fortini

Not so long ago, it was possıble for women, particularly young women, to share in the popular illusion that we were living in a postfeminist moment


Blogger angryyoungwoman said...

Really? You really want to be personal enemies with the million people who donated to Obama's campaign? Because, seriously, I donated $30 of my disability income to his cause and if that qualifies me as your enemy, WOW! I think you might be taking other people's political opinions too personally.

You know, if Hillary gets the nomination, I'll donate all I can to her. Because I'm a democrat and I like her. Barack has a better plan for the disabled, so I'd rather see him in office, but I'll go for Hillary.

3:59 AM, April 19, 2008  
Blogger Greenconsciousness said...

hmmm I don't know where this post says I want to be enemy of anyone. I think that regardless of what Obama says now, we will get from him the agenda of the wealthy male identified left wing. This includes alliances with middle east thugs who oppress women. I believe he actually has contempt for people such as us. he can manipulate us so he does. Obama has not achieved anything for anyone but himself to date nor has his wife. Bill and Hill started their life with immediate achievements. I think Obama is focused on status and adulation. I think he will be a disaster for women and the country. In any case, I am voting for a woman this year, even if I have to scrawl her name all over the ballot.

8:56 AM, April 19, 2008  
Blogger angryyoungwoman said...

Hillary is much wealthier than Obama (as is McCain, though I'll give you credit that you won't vote for him), and Obama started his career with community organizing in the poorests communities in Chicago. I'm not unfamiliar with the work that takes, it's no small accomplishment. His work in Illinois is often downplayed, but it is a lot of work. His wife also has done a lot of work, not the least of which is rising from her life in poverty in the south side of Chicago. I don't see any reason to tie Obama to the Middle East or Islam--it is pure prejudice and racism to do so.

I would also love to see a woman in the white house. I'd love to be able to point to Hillary Clinton as president and tell my niece "you can do that someday," but I think it would be just as inspiring to see a black man as president. We neither live in a post-racial nor post-sexist society--and that is very sad.

6:22 PM, April 19, 2008  
Blogger Greenconsciousness said...

Name one BO accomplishment from his organizing days, one institutional change that benefited poor people. Everyone says they are an organizer -- was he paid? By what organization? Is it still there?

I was an Alinsky organizer and I started the first DV shelter in WI and have a list a mile long of other accomplishments. Tell me how BO helped the people he was paid to organize. I really want to know.

Most men I know who say they are organizers collect big salaries and use it as a stepping stone -- build a personal base of support and then move on politically.

Also, was this before or after he was a law professor? His wife did nothing for anyone but herself. That is just a fact.

6:34 PM, April 19, 2008  
Blogger Greenconsciousness said...

As far as tying him to Islam, his biological father and step father did that. They also sent him to exclusive schools and gave him a privileged childhood. His mother died alone and he did not go to the funeral although he lies about her worth to him now that he needs women's votes.

BO's entire paternal relations are Muslim. His biological father had 3 wives. That he denies these connections just disgusts me. That you think it is racist to make the connections shows his doublespeak is effective.
Not true but effective.

His afro-centric church is anti-Semitic which is why he feels so comfortable there - he heard that garbage his whole life from his father's family.

But none of that would be important except that he has said he will meet with thug theocrats from the middle east with no pre-conditions. Anti-Semitism is the religion of the male left cloaked as sympathy for the Palestineans who accept no truce and no compromise.
Hamas and Hezbollah are the left's thug state strong-man heroes. No one looks at the status of women living under Hamas and Hezbollah. BO never speaks out on the condition of women under the Muslim theocrats. This is why his connections to Muslim funders are important to me.

BO is deliberately using sexism against Hillary while crying racist over that which he knows is legitimate criticism. If he doesn't do it he has his surrogates do it. There is so much.

Have you played the videos on my site? Just click on them and listen.

But if you want to vote for Obama, OK. I just have no faith that he will actually produce for us. And everything is so critical now. To get a fumbler and callow male in the white house with all the men that have hated women so much on line and in the media during this campaign === well, it will open many eyes and do nothing to help race relations.

I do not agree with Hillary that both candidates are fine. I thought Kerry was a loser and I think BO is exactly the same with less experience. I am not going to hold my nose and vote anymore. Not after the boys would not do it for us after my 62 years of doing it for them. Never again!

7:03 PM, April 19, 2008  
Blogger angryyoungwoman said...

His biological father left when he was three. His stepfather and his mother divorced when he was still quite young. He briefly attended school (a very liberal madrasa that was school for children of many faiths, not just Islam) in Indonesia, not the Middle East. He then went to school in Hawaii, which exposed him to many cultures--as Hawaii is quite diverse (and tends to be more open than the rest of the US). Unless you expect his father to have embedded him with some kind of pervasive "Islam gene" or you really think those elementary school years spent in Indonesia are going to make a difference, I don't think he really has much connection to Islam. Hell, I was raised mormon, my name's still on their records, and my whole family (except my little bro) is incredibly conservative--and yet somehow I wound up a pro-choice feminist.

I did see videos of Obama's pastor--but I watched the sermons in their full length. I have to say, I found them quite moving actually. The oft-quoted line from his famous 9/11 sermon, was quoting a white man from Fox news. Of course to the general public, it's much scarier to see a black man say these things.

I agree that Hillary Clinton has faced a lot of sexism and that is infuriating. I can't vote for someone just because she has faced sexism, though, especially when her plans would be harmful to people with disabilities. She's also said a few questionable things about abortion (compromising with the anti-choice camp, etc). The truth is, I'm not fully satisfied with either candidate, I would prefer Obama because of his plan for disabled people, but I will vote for HRC if she is the nominee.

I don't want you to think I'm singling you out for an argument. It's just that so often in the feminist blogosphere I'll find bloggers referencing Obama-voters as Obamabots or equally insulting names, as though we couldn't have a legitimate reason to vote as we do, as though we can't be feminists and vote for Obama. A lot of WoC are voting for Obama because they feel he can better represent them, and a lot of us with disabilities are voting for him because his plan for us is better. It gets a bit tiring and offensive when the feminist community treats us like we are being traitors for voting according to our consciences.

12:38 AM, April 20, 2008  
Blogger Greenconsciousness said...

BO's whole book was on the influence of his father and other men in his life.
His church is anti-semitic and pro Palestinian and pro other Muslim theocratic patriarchs. BO says what he needs to say at the time and never reveals who he really is which is very Muslim.

I think it is very odd you criticize Hillary on abortion when I know you were over at Reclusive Leftist and read how Obama almost voted for Roberts to be confirmed for the Supreme Court because he admired him. BO did not vote for Roberts only because he was advised it would hurt his chances for reelection. But he praised Roberts "intellect".

Now to the big question. Yes, I consider women such as yourself male- identified. To choose Hillary after she has won the nomination is hardly the choice of a feminist. When we are in a battle for our lives and women choose to abandon other women for men it is very likely they have done this all their lives every time the chips were down. You identify with men not with women. With their power, with their charisma, with their winner status and believe they will butter your bread better that a woman with a track record. You don't identify with women. This is a form self - hatred just like body hatred.

This is what I believe from many years of watching women through organizing struggles. There are women who identify as feminist because they are working out a family dynamic they have not resolved. There are women who identify with feminism to win equality for women and to open up the world and all its' choices to women. The family dynamic feminists do not really identify with women - they are destructive in the groups. I have no sympathy with them anymore although I used to get hooked in. Phyllis Chesler explains this better in her book, "Women's Inhumanity to Women"

This election is the final bright dividing line. In this election we self identify and line up. Our choices in this election says everything about our self and where we belong. It strips us of our pretenses. I will never believe any woman who supported BO over the Hill is a feminist and I will never trust her to stand with women in our struggle for liberation. When the struggle gets hard she will leave and weaken the group.

11:26 AM, April 20, 2008  
Blogger angryyoungwoman said...

I don't think my feminism should be called into question because I support Obama--he is the best candidate for me. I could call you ableist for not supporting him, since you are support HRC and her plan for the disabled is, in fact, very poor. I won't, though. I will give you the benefit of the doubt.

You see, I am more than just a woman. I am a disabled woman--and I have to have that constantly in my mind. Even when I'm not thinking about it, something happens (I have a seizure, I see the scars of my many surgeries, I have to take a handful of pills, an aid comes to my apartment to make sure I can shower and eat) to remind me that I am not just a woman. I'm disabled, too. If I were just a woman, I could just vote for the female candidate. But since being disabled tends to be at the forefront of my life, I have to vote for the candidate with the best plan for me (who won't also blow up the world). Women have more identities than just woman.

Personally, I don't buy the "ties to Islam" thing. Even if Obama were Muslim, I wouldn't see a big problem with it. My heritage is Jewish, I have friends from the Middle East. The only people who were ever offensive to me about my heritage were Christians in my home town and strangers in Germany. I know we discussed before the class I took on Islam and you said it was propaganda, but I really don't think my Mormon professor who used to live in the middle east for business purposes would teach a propaganda class on Islam. I don't find the religion any more threatening than any religion. I find extremists and fundamentalists (of any religion) scary, but not the everyday practitioners.

1:51 AM, April 21, 2008  
Blogger Greenconsciousness said...

And the status of Muslim women just does not concern you. See? Women just never factor into your world view. Your teacher was a man and you never even think he may view a patriarchy which pays him differently than a woman under Sharia law.

This is the deal. BO will not produce for you. He may have big talk about what he will do for you but that is all it is. You mean nothing to him and he will not produce for you. He will produce for the nuclear power industry which funded his campaign and the boys who want to privatize social security who funded him and the Arabists and Muslim funders but he will not produce for you. If he gets elected, come back here in a year and let me know how much better it is for you.

6:49 AM, April 21, 2008  
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