Katie Roiphe -- who I think it one of the most brilliant opponents of rape-culture feminism around -- defends herself against the absurd criticisms of her recent piece on the joy of motherhood.
Conor Friedersdorf also jumps to Roiphe's defense.
From what I gather, Roiphe's detractors are upset about the subtitle of the article ("Why won't feminists admit the pleasure of infants?") . . . which Roiphe did not select.
I've been a fan of Katie Roiphe for a little while now. She's an excellent writer and thinker. Here is an old piece where Roiphe attacks the alarmist and self-contradictory ideology of rape-culture feminism . . .
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