1. Canada's new cabinet has fifty percent those weird types of Canadians who are called women (and more ethnic and racial diversity, too). Justin Trudeau, the new prime minister, explains that shocking choice of women like this:
“Because it’s 2015.”Now if anti-feminists are correct, this government should fall on its butt in ten seconds, from sheer incompetence. But I doubt it will. Good for Trudeau.
2. Twelve Irish priests have refused to stay silent about women not being allowed into the priesthood:
“Discriminating against women encourages and reinforces abuse and violence against women in many cultures and societies,” the group said.
A document, issued in 1994 by Pope John Paul II, reiterated the Church’s strict stance on women entering the clergy – and also banned further discussion on the matter by the clergy.
Pope John Paul II’s views on female priests were repeated by his successors, Pope Benedict XVI and Pope Francis.
A statement from the 12 priests published on the Association of Catholic Priests website read:
“The strict prohibition on discussing the question has failed to silence the majority of the Catholic faithful. Survey after survey indicates that a great many people are in favour of full equality for women in the Church. But it has managed to silence priests and bishops, because the sanctions being imposed on those who dare to raise the question are swift and severe.”
3. Something better is happening in the "banks are too big to be allowed to fail" category.