Feminism gives ground for very serious complaints. However, the social location of those whose voices get amplified by the media ensures that they mostly take the form of yuppie kvetching: there can’t be anything wrong with feminism that more and better feminism wouldn’t cure, so that things become what they should be for me. Here are a couple of bits from Australia, the first by a TV talking head who was startled that even yuppie kvetching attracts feminist fury because it suggests there are problems with actually-existing feminism, and the other an account of a visit to Australia by Naomi Wolf. The author of the latter piece finds fault with Miss Kvetch on the ground that what’s needed is not better feminism for the privileged but better social services for abused children and other victims of the new moral order. Naturally, she doesn’t put it that way.