What About The Men: Chapter 1, Introduction and Principles

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Ozy Frantz is a student at a well-respected Hippie College in the United States. Zie bases most of zir life decisions on Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, and identifies more closely with Pinkie Pie than is probably necessary. Ozy can be contacted at [email protected] or on Twitter as @ozyfrantz. Writing is presently Ozy's primary means of support, so to tip the blogger, click here.

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  1. Damn! I’m already excited about this book. Great work :)

    One small thing (wearing editor’s hat): “In some ways, his wealth shields him from racism: however, he is still more likely to be called a racial slur than a white person is”. Can someone be called a racial slur? I’d suggest “more likely to be subject to a racial slur” etc.

  2. CitizenOf1Earth says:

    Good luck. I’ve made many of these same points to feminist friends and they fall on deaf ears. Ideology is a bi… pain in the ass.

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