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Equality vs. Equity

February 24, 2012

Equality is the enemy of equity. Equity is on the side of all seven virtues: Prudence, Courage, Moderation, Justice, Faith, Hope, and Love. And since equal waiting time is more equitable than equal cost of facilities, I support Li Tingting.

Fed up with long queues for ladies’, Li Tingting made headlines when she and 20 women marched into a men’s public toilet in the southern city of Guangzhou carrying colourful placards calling for equal waiting times for both sexes. […] Local media reported after the protest that provincial officials in Guangzhou had responded by agreeing to increase the number of women’s toilets by 50 percent — a pledge Li says should be taken nationwide.

Equity trumps equality. A no-brainer. Except, of course for anti-brained lefties. (Anticipating the discovery by our diligent scientists that just as there is such a thing as anti-matter, there is such a thing as anti-brains. Produced by effective elite-engineered education, government, and media. Fully effecting our elites on their Road to Dystopia.)

Full disclosure: I have personnaly witnessed the effects of the reported Chinese inequity in our Nation’s capital city. And the appropriate prudent and just response of a portion of our local citizenry. On several occaisions where facilities provided by pub owners and/or government-parade-complex officialdom, have proved inadequate to the annual celebration of the spiritual and cultural father of the modern West, the celebrants have cheerfully shared the facilities normally reserved for those of the male persuasion.

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