'Feminism Can Be Thought of as Like a Corporation'

Barbara Oakley, author of Cold-Blooded Kindness, is interviewed at Times Higher Education:

“Feminism can be thought of as like a corporation. It’s interested in its constituents. Well-meaning feminists are often trained only to see a certain way, only to support their constituents. That is partly what underlies the spurious research on battered-woman syndrome. Anyone who questions whether battered women are only simple victims is put in the pillory and crucified.”

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