This week Summer and Joy talk the patriarchy (whatever that is) submission versus servant leadership and their new Feminist of the Week.

GET EXCLUSIVE CONTENT BY Supporting through PATREON

4 Comments

  1. Eleanor Bertin

    Lamentably ridiculous paper on cultural appropriation of poutine (my phone wants to change that to pouting — which seems apt somehow. )
    What’s troubling though, is that cultural appropriation is the latest PC fad, here in Canada at least, and it’s attended by fear.
    Can I allow my children to wear an aborigonal costume if they are not aboriginal? No.
    Can I write a book whose protagonist is in a wheelchair from the first-person POV if I, as a writer, am not in a wheelchair? No. Ad nauseum.
    Heavy sigh. Eagerly awaiting the day the whole intersecting feminism nonsense implodes.
    Quebecois — individual(s) born in the Canadian province of Quebec. Pronounced Kebeckwah (equal accent on all syllables).

    Reply
  2. Jay Ryder

    I still find it strange that you write about “the patriarchy” as if it has nothing to do with you. Canon Press and Apologia *are* unapologetically patriarchal, are they not?

    Reply
    • Summer White

      Are you saying we haven’t found The Patriarchy because we ARE the patriarchy? So meta.

      Reply
      • Jay Ryder

        Yes, that would be a better way of putting it.

        “The point is that patriarchy is inescapable” – Doug Wilson

        Reply

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

©2017 Sheologians is kept nice and tidy by netflud

©2017 Sheologians is kept nice and tidy by netflud

Share This

SUBSCRIBE TO THE

SHEOLOGIANS NEWSLETTER!