In response to undeniable evidence that British women have taken their newfound feminist privileges to mean that they are free to engage in something akin to mass prostitution, hardcore feminists are trying to find a silver lining in the PR disaster that feminism is fast becoming.
Writing for The Telegraph, Ceri Radford acknowledges that young women are letting it all hang out and, in her words, wearing “underwear to nightclubs.”
However, Radford, ever the optimist, writes that this is good because it proves that women now have a “choice” to have sex with whoever they want. Since when have men generally had a “choice” in this matter?
Finally, she suggests that it is better for a woman to be a shameless hussy than a wife:
I feel far more sympathy and concern for the woman trapped in a miserable marriage by a culture untouched by feminism than I do for the British girl shivering in her skimpy outfit on her way home through the snow because she’s too vain to wear a coat.
Indeed, this is what feminism was about all along: better a public whore than a wife.