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Response to thucythucy (Reply #6)

Fri Mar 30, 2018, 01:08 PM

7. Not a Tolkien reference. Their usage of the phrase is tied to the desire that men

Not a Tolkien reference. Their usage of the phrase is tied to the desire that men (Kings) should once again (i.e., 'Return' to) have absolute dominion over females in all aspects. It's a common theme during his self-described 'hetero-tribal meetings.'

When I began listening to the Hof and other feminist voices a few years ago, some posters sent me a link to his blog, and I spent a month there one afternoon reading his... opinions. Somewhere on that blog (and I recall this specifically because I'm a bit of a Lord of the Rings fan) he wrote about being frustrated that a lot of people thought he was referencing Tolkien's work whose writing he thought, were partially to blame for the west becoming effeminate.

"Legalize rape so less women will be raped." Yeah. He actually said that.

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