I am frequently disappointed with the male version of the Muslim apostate - yes, they reject the untruth of Islam, but they are often extremely sexist.
For the sake of argument, let's say the above is true. This means that the Apostate is disappointed in others for the lovely trait she wholly owns. For her, sexism is horrible unless it's directed against men.
I have found one Pakistani man who, when he liberated himself from a false religion, also embraced feminism.
So silly as the last excerpt will show.
Notes of a Freethinker is a blog worthy of your perusal.
I found a most interesting post there from last month:
Femininity, along with masculinity, is a social construction, both of which, to the jaundiced eye of a feminist, cannot be justified by appealing to the essential natures of women and men, on account of there being no such magical essential natures. "One is not born", in the famous words of Simone de Beauvoir, "but rather becomes, a woman".
There is no magical female/male polarity, no magical in-born trait that makes you a woman or a man.
This makes a lot of sense; though, not in the way the author intended. Feminists will forever be bitter. They will always complain and hurl the word "sexist" if you dare disagree with them. They're similar to communists -- they both ignore human nature. For them, "the oppression" will never end. The differences among the genders that they see, most people correctly attribute to innate differences. The feminists, however, see a mythical patriarchy.
I encourage readers to comment.