Here is her initial post.
I posted about that here.
Her reply to my post: Can't take the Paki out of the boy.
She starts off with this:
Isaac Schrodinger, another fellow Pakistani apostate who didn’t lose his sexism when he lost his Islam
Readers can view my writings and make their own judgments about the validity of that statement. Though, I did find her statement quite rich.
Recently, she posted these lovely remarks:
I tell you, I fucking HATE men. I’ve said it before on this blog - twice, if I recall - and I’ll say it again: I hate men.
I guess it's true: one can't take the sexism out of certain Pakistanis.
Getting back to her reply:
They don’t even pretend to think women are equals. Then they ascribe their sexism to factual reality. Then they turn around and declare Islam’s misogyny is a reason to leave it. It’s really lovely.
Of course. Leaving a religion where women are treated as slaves should mean that I ought to see phantom sexism in the choices made by women in the West -- choices that lead to gender imbalances in fields like psychology (more women) and physics (more men).
Hey, Isaac? Feel free to stop reading this “train wreck” at any point. I won’t miss you. After all, I never read your blog, because I find your wingnutty views ridiculously silly.
I am just not "Paki" enough for her.