Stein des Anstoßes war (wieder mal) britischer Sarkasmus gegen amerikanischen Feminismus.
Hier ein Originalzitat von Richard Dawkins, das im Netz richtigen Wirbel machte:
Zitat Dear Muslima Stop whining, will you. Yes, yes, I know you had your genitals mutilated with a razor blade, and . . . yawn . . . don't tell me yet again, I know you aren't allowed to drive a car, and you can't leave the house without a male relative, and your husband is allowed to beat you, and you'll be stoned to death if you commit adultery. But stop whining, will you. Think of the suffering your poor American sisters have to put up with.
Only this week I heard of one, she calls herself Skep"chick", and do you know what happened to her? A man in a hotel elevator invited her back to his room for coffee. I am not exaggerating. He really did. He invited her back to his room for coffee. Of course she said no, and of course he didn't lay a finger on her, but even so . . .
And you, Muslima, think you have misogyny to complain about! For goodness sake grow up, or at least grow a thicker skin.
Das muss man sich dann erst mal auf der Zunge zergehen lassen... Ausgelöst wurde das ganze durch die leicht feministisch angehauchte Rebecca, die in einem PodCast von einer Reise zum Atheistentreff nach Dublin (und von ihren Erlebnissen mit Männern) berichtete.