Anonymous was a woman. That pithy aphorism was found on buttons and stickers in the 1970s, as the formerly invisible contributions of women to art, literature, politics, religion and civilization came to light, were discussed in universities, and flooded popular culture.
Thus it's only appropriate to re-purpose it to wonder out loud who was the "anonymous" author of a malevolent op-ed at The (going) Postal Nation, as referenced by Canadian Cynic: I could swear it wasn't April 1.
Commenters observe that it walks and quacks like Barbara Kay. It certainly does have her smudgy fingerprints all over the place, in particular the lack of solid evidence and the overwrought rhetorical styling.
Will Mère Kay own up or evade taking responsibility for this trashy screech attacking Women's Studies programs in universities?