This is the most controversial post I have ever written in ten years of blogging. I wrote it because I was very angry at a specific incident. Not meant as a criticism of feminism, so much as of a certain way of operationalizing feminism. A few days ago, in response to a discussion of sexual harassment at MIT, Aaronson reluctantly opened up about his experience as a young man:
What kind of ridiculous mess So I know I say this in dissenting opinion, as many on my friends list are partial to this book, but I could not stand it. So before I go off on my tirade, I must explain.
Let me explain that two is pretty low on my scale. One star is dramatic. Roth has an interesting concept. I felt like I could feel what the author was thinking. Lol who needs to do that to write a book?
No I know how to write a book, okay. You know what was a good book? Small petite girl, check. Living in an underground compound, check. Lessons about bravery and self-sacrifice, check.
Small girl trains with other people who are jealous of her success, check. Jumping on a moving train. What else is cool? Jumping off a roof.
Oh yea that sounds cool. I gotta think of more cool things, hold on. The whole thing is rushed and just…completely nonsensical and full of trope after trope.
So what is supposed to be super awesomely cool people just, to me, looked like a band of idiots. Wigs, did you like anything about the book though? She must have written those on a good night. I feel like they kind of dropped all of the other outside nonsense and kind of focused on just human things.
I enjoyed this particular one where Four was under a blue spotlight in a dark hallway it she described how his eyes were black and shadowed while the rest of his face eerily lit or something like that. Just here and there were some bits of description I liked.
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