I'm midway through the Admed "Killing Joy" article, and I just wanted to pose a question before I forget it. Can we relate her argument back to Valarie Solonas, or rather, to the interpretations of her actions? I'm thinking particularly about Ahmed's argument that positioning feminists as inherently angry, as sore losers who are pissed that they can't be happy in domestic bliss like everyone else, is a way of ignoring the causes of that anger. Did the focus on Solonas's anger, her mental illness, her clear dislike of men, become a way of avoiding dialogues about what pissed her off in the first place?
Also I just really liked the title I came up with for this question.