The Distinction Between Believing All Women & Taking All Women Seriously

Todd Friel, from Wretched Radio, argues a solid case for the importance of maintaining the distinctions between hurt feelings and physical violence; as well as maintaining the distinction between ‘believing all women’ and taking all women seriously.

I don’t want to draw the Ford-Kavanaugh debate out on this blog, but I stumbled onto this video. Friel’s presentation has to be one of the sanest things I’ve heard said in relation to the subject, the rhetoric and the raw emotion associated with the debate.

 


 

4 thoughts on “The Distinction Between Believing All Women & Taking All Women Seriously

    1. Rod Lampard says:

      Having been raised in an environment where lies and half-truths veiled reality (from both genders), I’m passionate about this kind of stuff. There’s a lot to tell, maybe I’ll get the chance to share that via a p/m one time. I wasn’t a fan of the mob ruling during this debate.

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      1. thehomeschoolmomblog says:

        Mob rule seems to be a growing, scary trend. What happened to objectively looking at facts, weighing the arguments, and coming to a justified conclusion?

        It has become a world where emotions run the day, and how we “feel” is the highest court. People react before they think. And, frankly, seem to enjoy picking fights.

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