It's been a while, I know. And I still have nothing new to say. But with the Internet all awash in misty watercolor memories of a seemingly ancient political scandal, and seeing all sorts of fallout articles about how Millennials view feminism, I thought I'd dredge up an old, unpublished gem from my laptop's innards that I think is a wee bit timely. It's a parody essay about feminism, written from the view of an ignorant-yet-trying-to-be-intelligent high school student in 1998. It was rejected - years ago - for publicationelsewhere when I initially wrote it in 2007, so hell, why not here? ("Hell, why not here?" is, coincidentally, a rejected tagline for this site.)
I reiterate: it's a parody essay, written in another character's voice. It does not reflect my own opinion, beliefs, or general knowledge. Don't be all snarky and quote any lines out of context. And again, think 1998. Oh, and it's supposed to be funny, or maybe it isn't… but that's the way it always goes here at "web…blah…log."
I shouldn't have to qualify a post that much, but it's the Internet, so you know that I do.