Ian Keldon wrote:
Coren comes off as the typical "feminist man", bending over backwards to find and decry misogyny to establish that he's "not like that".
I don't particularly agree with his criticisms (though I think the Severine bit was kind of awkwardly shot), but these are hardly ones unique to him. Women feminists have raised them as well.
And they're just as invalid when raised by women. Hyper-sensitivity has been an issue haunting feminism (and other organized "victim" movements) for decades now.
But the "converted" men in feminism seem to be particularly bad about engaging in it, for some reason.