A woman telling another woman she can’t enjoy giving a blowjob is like a man telling another man he can’t cry or he’s a pussy, or that he’s gay if he uses moisturizer. (It’s interesting that both hyper-masculinity and fundamental feminism both seem at times to revolve around the same concept of trying at all costs to avoid seeming feminine.)
And saying there’s no such thing as an aggressive woman, only a woman pretending to be a man is like saying there’s no such thing as a black man with a job, only a black man pretending to be a white man. Stereotypes about women by women are still stereotypes about women. It’s kind of troubling that I–someone who has been repeatedly called an “anti-feminist” by this crowd–give women far more credit with, for instance, regard to intellect and free will (e.g. they are capable of doing things because of personal volition, not because they are simply mindless tools of men) than people who claim so hard to be feminist.
If you want to win a war against discrimination, you might not want to use discrimination to do it. Even if you defeat the initial discrimination, how are you going to disarm your own?
Also, you might want to rethink your strategy if its fundamental component is “You ought to be ashamed of yourself because of a quality you were born with that is beyond your control, regardless of who you are on the inside.” So many bad things have happened throughout history that have started with that attitude that I don’t think it’s one anyone ought to adopt for any purpose.
Of course, in all seriousness, and political philosophy aside, I wish Twisty an expeditious recovery from cancer, completely devoid of any and all physiological and psychological hardship. Good luck.