In truth, there is no such thing as sexual politics. Even the New York Times has recently been forced to confess this. The iron law of the friend-enemy distinction precludes any such thing as sex politics or “gender politics,” for the simple reason that it is impossible to kill all the men on earth or all the women on earth. To even picture such a thing is nothing but a sick masturbatory fantasy, which is in fact what any “gender politics” really is.
There is no such thing as “women everywhere,” except, in accordance with Professor Cuza’s theory of the science of anti-Semitism, in only one way. There are only women of a religion, race, nationality, class, creed, time, and so on. However, there is one exception to this.
Harriet Tubman was not an exception, as she fought only for Black people. Queen Elizabeth was not an exception, since she fought for only the English. Queen Isabella, on the other hand, indeed was a “woman everywhere,” for in fighting Jewry, Aunt Belle fought for all mankind.
Of course, this argument could just as easily apply to men… To a certain extent, we’re just using women as examples because they’re more aesthetically interesting symbols. That argument amounts to the same, whether it is deadlier in men or in women.