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 Feminist Slanders Exposed by Orinoco

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Feb 18, 2002
I have gone to A lot of trouble to translate the following transcript from a Spanish university graduate student thesis and I expect to be rewarded for it.

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Who was the guilty party: the Fierce Wolf or Little Red Riding Hood? There are issues here that are incontrovertible and which we will attempt to enumerate.

Little Red Riding Hood was very aware of the risk of encountering THE BIG BAD WOLF. His presence was a constant threat in this neighbourhood. She (indeed no one in the area) was not unaware of the constant hunger of the BIG BAD WOLF.

Had Little Red Riding Hood offered the basket of goodies, which she was ostensibly taking to her granny, to the wolf instead, the incidents that followed most likely would not have occurred. The BIG BAD WOLF did not attack LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD immediately; on the contrary; he attempted to engage her in civil discourse.

LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD in fact tempted the THE BIG BAD WOLF and it was she who led him to granny's house.

Granny was plainly an idiot to have mistaken THE BIG BAD WOLF for her granddaughter. Is there anyone foolish enough to argue this?

When LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD arrives and finds THE BIG BAD WOLF in her granny's bed, she does not become alarmed.(?!)

The fact that LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD confused THE BIG BAD WOLF for her granny proves beyond doubt that she was an infrequent visitor to her granny's house.

THE BIG BAD WOLF signals his intent to warn LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD by asking her a series of exceedingly foolish questions.

When THE BIG BAD WOLF ate LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD it is because he was left no alternative.

It is likely that THE BIG BAD WOLF and LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD engaged in sexual activity of some description either in granny's bed or previously in the woods.

The argument that upon hearing THE BIG BAD Wolf's question "Where are you going, LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD?" the reply was "to the arroyo to wash my box." becomes, increasingly [cada dia] a stronger and more convincing one. In this way, it was LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD who provoked the THE BIG BAD WOLF'S natural instincts; first the sexual instincts and then the predator's instincts.

The mother of LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD is not blameless: did she not allow the little child to wander off alone in the woods?

These 14 points are clear and precise. Those who expend themselves developing methods to libel the Fierce Wolf have not paused to consider the manipulation that has been made to his character, his activity and his reaction to clear and present provocation by Little Red Riding Hood.


Jokes aside... (none / 0) (#1)
by tkatchev on Tue Feb 19th, 2002 at 12:57:42 AM PST
But seriously, the original parable of the "little read riding hood" is a very clear and unambigious one:

"If you associate with unknown men, you risk getting raped."

It's as simple as that, and trying to tie in a feminist dialectic here is stupid.

Peace and much love...

Feh! (none / 0) (#2)
by Orinoco on Tue Feb 19th, 2002 at 01:47:09 AM PST
Rattling a stick inside the swill bucket of political correctness doesn't work anymore.

Please explain. (none / 0) (#3)
by tkatchev on Tue Feb 19th, 2002 at 06:57:49 AM PST
Please explain how "political correctness" is related to the point of my post.

(I feel like I'm talking to a grad-school AI project.)

Peace and much love...

Not yet (none / 0) (#4)
by Anonymous Reader on Tue Feb 19th, 2002 at 10:46:07 PM PST's still doesn't work anymore.

What does (none / 0) (#5)
by hauntedattics on Wed Feb 20th, 2002 at 05:11:25 AM PST
political correctness have to do with the morals of fairy tales? They all had them, you know, particularly those by Messieurs Grimm.


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