In the 1990’s this was a joke but today it is our reality

BOSTON - JUNE 24: Protesters objected to the MFA's "Kimono Wednesday" event, where the museum invited visitors to try on a replica kimono in front of Claude Monet's "La Japonaise." The museum had kimonos for people to try on and pose as Camille Monet did in the painting. (Photo by John Blanding/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)

BOSTON – JUNE 24: Protesters objected to the MFA’s “Kimono Wednesday” event, where the museum invited visitors to try on a replica kimono in front of Claude Monet’s “La Japonaise.” The museum had kimonos for people to try on and pose as Camille Monet did in the painting. (Photo by John Blanding/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)

The below comedy sketch was made back in 1992 but watching it today it is actually a realistic representation of what is currently going on inside Western Universities and on social media everywhere.

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Do today’s Social Justice Bullies realise what caricatures they are? They have been brainwashed by their professors into believing this nonsense.

  • dumbshit

    Wow, 1992, who would have believed that this would become the norm! The popular theory is that trends rotate. May that be the case, with this madness!

    • sonovaMin

      I can remember girlies straight out of journalism school saying similar things to me about my cartoons in the late 80s. It all started then.
      They tried to mongrel me into submission but failed. Pretty much all of the cartoonists have meekly caved in.

      • dumbshit

        Hang in there, by your finger nails if you have to! Have to say I don’t garner popularity, with my thoughts, especially with ex university in laws!

  • Momo

    I have a 4 year old and 2 year old daughters. They want the girl toys. They don’t want the boy toys. They don’t care about gender binary. They just want a toy to play with (for the evening and then I chuck them out…)

    • DeplorablePersonOfColor:WHITE

      Hillary (and Michelle) wanted the White House so they could ‘shape’ the children for four years. Obviously a ‘village’ could do better…and create…’village people’?

  • cows4me

    When it’s all said and done it’s about control by way of belittling, shaming and accusing those who don’t bend to collective thought . Progressives infest universities where the young are quickly brainwashed to swallow this crap. Political correctness, fake outrage is away to shut down debate so things that were once abhorrent or strongly challenged are excepted without a whim. In this way progressiveness or it’s first cousin totalitarianism might have another chance to rear it’s ugly head.

  • Usaywot

    None of those girls are Japanese, well possibly the middle one, but how dare they speak on behalf of all Japanese.
    Edit: typo

    • DeplorablePersonOfColor:WHITE

      ‘How very dare they….”

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