As much as I’m into separatism, I wish it’s youtube proponents were not such elitist wankers.
Sekhmet has such a boner for gayboyz and violent leftist/black men, you bet if she could replace all het women with gaybros she wouldn't think about men's violent nature twice. But hey, dick worship is only bad if straight-white-privileged dick, cuz we radical. Although she did make a vid about a white male conservative fucking politician being oh so rad in denying raped women abortions, in which she just put the words of many smart women into the mouth of a man who never fucking meant it.
Same thing about the several fucking videos about how everyone does feminism wrong but fucking Malcolm X was such a great feminist because let's just extrapolate a bunch of shit the man said about his black male liberation movement and ignore the fact he never said anything fucking remotely like that about women. How we ought to have a violent revolution. Oh yes, black men can play war all they want, they have black women to force to pick up the slack, service and fix them up, for revolution, baby. who is supposed to do that for us if we are to go military, when they have all the fucking weapons and handmaidens? Anyone could whine all day that "I don't get my revolution because other women are bad and stupid" and yet offer no solutions.
That is a surprising oversight, because in a bunch of other videos where the complains about straight women she does assert the obvious fact that men can't do shit, including women's oppression, without putting women to do all the actual work. You'd think it's obvious we can't copy men's homework as we don't have a subjugated class to force the dirty life-sustaining work onto.
But then the former assertion could be made unthinkingly, just as a convenient way to blame other women for shit men do. While she read so much work by male left, Sekhmet seems to neglect works written by radical feminists, possibly because she views all white women as spoiled and unworthy to listen to like modern malestream leftist do, and unfortunately most radfem writes are/were white. In another video she mentions she doesn't know where did the concept of care as unpaid work comes from ("it's just relationships!"), when even libfems talk about women's unpaid labor occasionally and some male leftists wrote about that.