Political Correctness and Beautiful Women
One argument that I've heard from the practicioners of political correctness is that a beautiful woman can't also be a good human being. As far as these people are concerned, if someone is not beautiful then nobody else has the right to be beautiful, and someone being beautiful hurts other women's self-esteem.
By the same standard, no students have the right to get A's because some students get F's.
By the same standard, nobody has the right to be materially well-off because some people are poor.
And yet nobody except Communists themselves argue that one needs to be a Communist in order to be a good human being.
People are different, and they will always be different. Some will be more endowed than others. Some will be willing to do more than others. That some people are not well off does not mean that nobody else should be well off. This is the case with money; this is the case with intelligence; and this also is the case with beauty.
One statement that needs to be made in addressing such people is, "Beautiful women are people too." And many beautiful women also have many other good qualities. I've known beautiful women who are also brilliant, who are also kind, and who are also hard working or compassionate or humanitarian or all of the above. Which makes them altogether better people than the abusive harpies who want to beat them down.
Instead political correctness has been nothing but this: An excuse by the worst women in the history of humanity to maliciously attack and ruin the lives of their betters. There is nothing compassionate about it and there is nothing progressive about it. These people are driven by greed and hatred. And in claiming that they speak for the women of the world, without other women having voted for them to do so, they practice a vast and illegitimate power grab - a power grab that is also unconstitutional. No, these women do not have the right to speak for 50% of humanity. That is because the 50% hasn't voted for them as their representatives; and that is also because most of the 50% are better people than they.
This may lead some to ask, "If women aren't representatives of women, then who is?" This is a subset-superset fallacy. The particular women who are involved in political correctness do not begin to represent 50% of humanity. Not only are they vastly different from most other women, but they also are the worst women to be found. And no group should be represented by the worst elements in it. Each group in public debate should be represented by its best.
There are any number of women who've inveighed in intelligent ways against political correctness. Most of them don't want medieval way of life, but neither do they want to be nasty, malicious harpies. They want to be women and they want to have male companionship; they also want to be treated right by their boyfriends and husbands.
Making that possible will do far more for womanhood than anything that we see from political correctness.