Quote by R. Emmett Tyell
Women's liberationists spread the word that the only peaceful family is one in which either the wife is enslaved or the husband is androgynous.
This quote is criticizing the ideal of the "peaceful family" according to women's liberationists. It suggests that these liberationists argue that in order for a family to be peaceful, either the wife must be subjugated or the husband must reject traditional gender roles. The quote implies a critique of these two extremes, suggesting that the notion of a truly peaceful family should not involve the oppression of either spouse or the denial of gender identities.
While the Copernican principle comes with no guarantees that it will forever guide us to cosmic truths, it's worked quite well so far: not only is Earth not in the center of the solar system, but the solar system is not in the center of the Milky Way galaxy, the Milky Way galaxy is not in the center of the universe, and it may come to pass that our universe is just one of many that comprise a multiverse. And in case you're one of those people who thinks that the edge may be a special place, we are not at the edge of anything either.
I can still see it. There's a love seat, two armchairs with a lamp table in between. Jack Kennedy is sitting in one armchair and Bobby Kennedy's sitting in the other. Mr. President, it's absurd, I'm not qualified. Look, Bob, he said, I don't think there's any school for Presidents either.