"This is literally the most hilarious article I've ever come across. You can't be serious, right? I mean, which tenth-century village did they pull you out of? Man, you can't just re[eat the same BS of 'yoU DON'T KNow whAT YOur TALKing about' It makes your already weak argument even weaker if that were possible - women don't understand politics or economical science? Are you kidding me? Have you ever spoken to a woman before?
"Okay, let me give you some background to this. I am a woman. I am fourteen. I have been published, have the highest grades in my YEAR group at school, debated for my county and WON, can run ten miles and you mean to tell me that there's something inherently wrong with me because of my gender? What are you suggesting I do, buddy? Give up my aspirations to make a difference and allow you and your fascist opinions lord over everyone?
"It's quite funny that you've written this on a blog, because I guarantee you that if you voiced your 'opinions' to any women over the age of thirteen you'd see that perhaps we're not all as quiet as that poor woman you first oppressed. You, my backwards friend, are the epitome of misogyny and oppression. I hope you don't ever have children, because you're surely going to infiltrate their heads with your ridiculous propaganda and actually hurt people, instead of sitting on your ass at home behind a screen.
"I'm sure once you take a look outside the country club you'll see that we, the women, do not want your white privileged ideals anywhere near us
As you can see she is marginally literate and ruled by her feelings. And I'm sure she understands "economical science." And can run ten miles, too. And, of course, she really is 14.
Clearly, another budding Wonder Woman. A rational, literate Wonder Woman who has no problems staying on target about articles she reads.