Now that we know that they did have the audacity, and that there may be plenty of other sex rings around the country just like the one in Rotherham, can we expect feminists to wake up to reality? Will there be a million-woman march in London denouncing multiculturalism? Probably not. And even if such an event were planned, it would quickly be hijacked by those feminists who wanted to protest against patriarchy. And then those protesting on behalf of the Palestinians would want to get involved, and by that time the original point of the march would have been entirely lost, since there is nothing I have heard about the Palestinians that suggests they would denounce these sex crimes.
Could we even count on feminists to invent a slogan like "Re-Invent Multiculturalism: Stop Empowering Sexists?" I doubt it. If feminists have been in so much denial that they could not foresee what happened at Rotherham -- despite the fact that plenty of us warned them about it -- then it is easy to imagine that they will blame the wrong people or dismiss the episode as an outlier or forget about it completely (assuming they have even heard about it).
Because of this, it is time for young women to take over the feminist movement from their elders, who obviously are completely incapable of running their own revolution anymore.
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