If you take feminist dogma seriously -- and their lackeys on campus and elsewhere certainly seem to -- its implications for public policy are staggering.
It suggests, just for starters, that no woman should ever become President. And a woman like Hillary, who reportedly likes to toss them down with abandon, should never set foot in the Oval Office.
Imagine a President Hillary. At State dinners, it's customary for various dignitaries to propose toasts, and for those present to drink to them. (To abstain would be rude.) Who knows what Hillary might have done after a few toasts.
At a State dinner with Germany, she might have consented to take all of their Syrians.
At a State dinner with England, she might have consented to rescind the results of the Revolutionary War and pledged allegiance to the Queen.
At a meeting with the Governor of Alabama, she might have consented to bring back slavery.
And who knows whom she might have given our nuclear codes to.
This is the Hillary Presidency that the feminists envisioned, anyway.
To take the analogy one step further, Hillary could then have taken all those foreign heads of state to the World Court in the Hague for having taken advantage of her while she was inebriated.
Instead of hearing about "regret rape," we'd hear about "regret pacts."
There are plenty of other implications for the new stance on drinking and consent.
If a bride has more than two glasses of champagne at her own wedding, that could now constitute grounds for annulment.
As for the wedding night, well, forget any plans the groom had for that!
And, really, women shouldn't be prosecuted for DUI's anymore. You see, it's not that they're irresponsible and drive drunk - it's that they were too drunk to be able to make a decision about whether or not to drive. They certainly can't be held responsible for that!
It appears that feminists, for all their big talk, really believe, deep down, that men are adults and women are children. Why else would they say that a woman -- but not a man -- is incapable of consent after a few drinks?
Personally, I have a much higher opinion of women than the feminists do. I think they remain lucid and logical -- as much as they were beforehand, anyway -- after a few beverages. I don't believe that a few toasts turn them into helpless quivering blobs of insentient protoplasm.
It is interesting, though, to know that's how feminists see women.