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    always criticize

    Feminists always criticize him for what they call "penis power talk", yet they are unscrupulously pushing their brutal female supremacy agenda against everybody who disagrees (with them), especially white male conservatives.

    Is it correct and natural? Should I better replace "yet" with "on the other hand", "although", etc.?
    And I don't know if "unscrupulously" is a common word in everyday talk.

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    Re: always criticize

    Absolutely correct and natural.

    Not to say that I agree with the writer, of course.

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