Re: Sexual dimoprhism in human brain...

Ralph L Holloway (rlh2@COLUMBIA.EDU)
Mon, 20 Feb 1995 01:31:06 -0500

Ruby, I wasn't the one who made any comment about Shulamith Firestone!
Soeone else posted that, not me. If you are going to flame me, at least
get it straight what I say and what someone else is saying... Jeepers...
R. Holloway.
On Sun, 19 Feb 1995, Ruby Rohrlich wrote:

> You apparently read only my posting and not Holloway's original one, where
> after discussing the asymmetry of the male brain, he then said something
> like "I wonder what the followers of Shulamith Firestone would say to that".
> This woman is a pioneer feminist; what is Holloway doing bringing her
> into a discussion of the assymetry of the male brain, except
> woman-baiting in some perverse way. I would suggest that, since you
> ackcnowledge, I believe, the oppression of women, that you at least
> become acquainted with the two sides of an issue before you hold forth on
> the special responsibilites of women anthropologists. I don't think
> these responsibilities are any more special than those of male
> anthropologists. Ruby Rohrlich.