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September 8, 2008 | by  | in Opinion |
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Top 5 Controversial Feminists

1. Margaret “birth control is a woman’s right to choose, and useful for forcing poor people not to breed” Sanger
2. Shulamith “women should be liberated from giving birth – it’s like shitting a pumpkin” Firestone
3. Valerie “men are walking abortions” Solanis
4. Germaine “taste your own menstrual blood” Greer
5. Joel “I heart my penis” Cosgrove

Top 5 MTF women
1. Georgina Beyer
2. Christine Jorgensen
3. Calpernia Addams
4. Margaret Thatcher
5. Joel Cosgrove

Top 5 alernative spellings for “woman”
1. womyn
2. wimmin
3. wommon
4. woah… man!
5. Joel Cosgrove



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