Confusion in a C-cup
FOR an instance of truly self-defeating commentary, I refer to Kavita Daswani's 'Storm in a C-cup' (Sunday Morning Post Magazine, January 8).
While it appears the writer might have been vaguely criticising the (thankfully) defunct school of political correctness, her preoccupation with the notion of a male feminist voice in a university debate forces this reader to question the point of her article. What might have been a constructive argument ended as a spate of sheer nonsense; ironically, this piece served only to highlight the author's confusion of matters on the feminist agenda with the separate issue of who may serve as their proponents or critics.
MARGARET M. MAHER Sha Tin