So women had a big march. They did not specify what they really wanted. Here is an amusing attempt to elicit their goals (warning — pixelated boobs alert),
So we all are left reading between the lines as to what they really want. Commenter Saracen II over at RPG’s attempted to do just that,
The Women’s March was absolutely about women’s rights.
The right to conceive a child without informing the father.
The right to carry it to term without informing the father or obtaining consent.
The right to terminate a pregnancy without informing the father or obtaining consent.
The right to designate any male as the father and compel financial support.
The right to remove children from their father’s lives.
These rights are now up for serious and believable re-consideration.
Reproductive responsibility is in the wind and these people dread it.
The March was Grand Theatre to lull and polarise us before the topic is ever raised.
Considering these desires, it is obvious that they could not come out and say exactly what it was that they want. A Manosphere truism is that women very often try to get what they want via subterfuge. Perhaps that is what is going on here. Or Saracen is giving them too much credit; perhaps they don’t know what the heck that they want. Or it is just a big shit test as suggested in Part I of this series. What do you think?