Transgender Women say that Pussy Hats are Offensive

When the Left start eating each other I find it very amusing. It’s like Twitter will be once all the conservative voices have been purged. They will have no one else left to turn on so they will turn on each other. We are told that everything is racist these days and now even if you are a politically correct, pussy hat wearing third wave feminist you are now offensive according to fake women transgender women.

That’s right the male patriarchy have donned high heels, swallowed some hormone tablets, got a boob job and now are telling biological women that their Pussy hats are offensive.

Now if someone could just put a Pussy Hat on a Golliwog there will be Leftie heads exploding all over town.

A year ago, they stormed the streets of big cities and small towns to make their views known: Women’s rights are human rights. Many wore on their heads what became the de-facto symbol of feminism in 2017, the pink pussyhat.

The Women’s March is back in 2018 with its Power to the Polls anniversary protests on the weekend of Jan. 20-21. The focus during this Women’s March reboot is to register more women to vote, and to elect women and progressive candidates to public office.

Just like Gays are all expected to vote for progressive candidates women are all expected to support them too.

But this time when marchers take to the streets in cities from Lansing to Las Vegas, there could be fewer pink pussyhats in the crowds.

The reason: The sentiment that the pink pussyhat excludes and is offensive to transgender women and gender nonbinary people who don’t have typical female genitalia and to women of color because their genitals are more likely to be brown than pink.

“I personally won’t wear one because if it hurts even a few people’s feelings, then I don’t feel like it’s unifying,” said Phoebe Hopps, founder and president of Women’s March Michigan […]

What she means is she won’t hurt the feelings of people who identify as “progressive.” I bet she would happily offend women who voted for Trump or who are Pro-Life.

[…] “It doesn’t sit well with a group of people that feel that the pink pussyhats are either vulgar or they are upset that they might not include trans women or nonbinary women or maybe women whose (genitals) are not pink.”

The problem with being a regressive “progressive” is that there are so many different victimhood groups that you need to placate. There will always be one group that is offended. For example, they have a Sharia law advocate leading the march yet again, Muslim activist, Linda Sarsour who wants America to replace its legal system with one that will execute Gay people for the crime of being Gay and raped women for the crime of being raped. This is why their problem is a LOT bigger than just a few knitted pussyhats. They are supporting conflicting victimhood groups with completely different agendas.

[…] The color pink was chosen “because pink is associated with femininity,” the Pussyhat Project posted on its website. “We did not choose the color pink as a representation of some people’s anatomy. Anyone who supports women’s rights is welcome to wear a Pussyhat. It does not matter if you have a vulva or what color your vulva may be. If a participant wants to create a Pussyhat that reflects the color of her vulva, we support her choice.”

[…] The hats were so popular in the run up to the 2017 Women’s March on Washingtonthat there was a run on hot pink yarn in Michigan. Shops couldn’t keep it on their shelves.[…]

But since then, the idea has begun to sour among some feminists.

[…] Another activist scheduled to speak at the Lansing march is Lilianna Angel Reyes, a transgender woman of color who said she will wear a pink pussyhat […]

[…] “I definitely understand that there are people that are concerned that the pussyhat, the pink cat hat, is very specific for people with vaginas,” Reyes said. “But … it was a very specific thing, … specific to when President Trump said ‘Grab ’em by the pussy,’ and so to me it was a play on words that shows power. I also think for me, it’s more symbolic.

“There are people who believe that because not only is it a pink pussy, which can mean only white women, that it could be a race and a gender thing.

“For me, it doesn’t read that way.”

[…] The Women’s March chapter in Pensacola, Fla., posted to its Facebook page that it is discouraging marchers from wearing the hats to this year’s event.

“The Pink P*ssy Hat reinforces the notion that woman = vagina and vagina = woman, and both of these are incorrect. Additionally, the Pink P*ssy Hat is white-focused and Eurocentric in that it assumes that all vaginas are pink; this is also an incorrect assertion,” […]

-freep.com


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