And what questions, exactly, am I avoiding? The quite disturbing fact that GC feminists (at least in Canada) are aligning with prominent, perceived-by-many-to-be-bigoted politicians, politicians who presumably go against MOST of their core beliefs re feminism, suggests to me that the GC movement's beliefs are incredibly flawed (as well as potentially bigoted). An incredibly blind, disturbing strategy. It makes me ill, now. And I was actually publicly blasted for pointing this out. That has elements quite similar to those of a cult. It's an emotional strategy. Not rational. And will NOT convince most rational Canadians. Ridiculous, really.

Re questions? Yes. I have definitely returned to my true beliefs. It feels like leaving a cult. The willingness to align with perceived bigots helped me, greatly, to question, but didn't make me return to my belief system. The space to do so, once leaving the GC movement, did.

PhD in clinical psychology, writer, mother. Someone who needs to simmer down, already.

PhD in clinical psychology, writer, mother. Someone who needs to simmer down, already.