It seems like feminists take an issue with everything from a mystical pay gap to the way men sit on subways, but never protest against Sharia law or radical Islamism.
Now, the UK's Women’s Equality Party admits it has no stance on Sharia courts.
PEGIDA UK campaigner, Anne Marie Waters contacted the feminist party an email after receiving a promotional email from them.
The Women's Equality Party sent Waters the following email back, “The Women’s Equality Party is a non-partisan political party and the issue of Sharia councils is a partisan one so we do not have a party line. That said, we are proposing specialist support services for those who have been forced into marriage or suffered FGM or honour-based violence.”
Waters told the feminism-based party's logic was absurd.
“This is a matter of fundamental importance for women’s basic rights, much less equality. Its admirable that you want to support people forced in to marriage etc, but wouldn’t prevention be better? That involves some serious courage,” Waters replied according to her website.
“It is clear to me that you will focus on uncontroversial matters while ignoring unimaginable cruelty to women right under your nose. Such a shame. Feminism has really become a joke,” she added.
Well, there you have it.