C. M. Sheffield
Puritan Board Graduate
I don't doubt that's true in certain instances. But Byrd has a habit accusing or insinuating that men are sexist simply for offering a critique of her actual writings. You can't say you want to be treated equally in the arena of ideas and then cry "Misogyny!" when your ideas are subjected to scrutiny and critique.It's a sad story: she really wasn't treated right. And her being a woman definitely had something to do with her treatment. Being an attractive woman didn't help. That can be threatening to men. Especially nerdy, theological ones.