A feminist journalist who in 2003 spent 18 months passing as a man which included joining a bowling team, staying at a cloistered monastery for monks and going to strip clubs has sadly died by suicide.
Norah Vincent (55) chronicled her experience as “Ned” in her best selling book “Self-Made Man”.
However, after experiencing life as a man the feminist lesbian fell into a deep depression even spending a year in a psychiatric institution.
Many of her feminist fallacies of men living easier lives than women and benefiting from a patriarchal society were turned on their head as Vincent quickly realised the opposite to be true.
Rather than a society run by men for men she found society was incredibly indifferent to be suffering of men in a way unfathomable to women.
“Manhood is a leaden mythology riding on the shoulders of every man,” she wrote, and they needed help: “If men are still really in power, then it benefits us all considerably to heal the dyspeptic at the wheel.”
Vincent wrote during her stay at mental health facility.
The ground-breaking journalist found herself estranged from her journalistic colleagues for not towing the woke line on issues such as “the patriarchy” and transgenderism.
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