Feminism: a moral panic scale

Feminists manufacture moral panic and synthesise hysteria as a tactic for preparing the psychological conditions necessary to impose their irreversible legal, economic, and social advantage on civil society. Fainting couches were popular in the 19th century in the treatment of hysteria in women. The following is a handy guide to the likelyhood of requiring a fainting couch depending on the prevailing degree of synthetic moral panic:

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