Feminists attack women

So the feminist movement screams for justice at all levels. Women must have equal pay. Women must be equally represented in boardrooms and in politics. Women are freely allowed to accuse men of sexual assault even if there is no evidence, and the sisters will all rise up and defend them.

But if a woman thinks for herself, then the feminazi can turn on her like there is no tomorrow.

Warning. This article is from The New York Times, so don’t expect a high level of accuracy or subjectivity. quote:

After a confirmation process where women all but slit their wrists, letting their stories of sexual trauma run like rivers of blood through the Capitol, the Senate still voted to confirm Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. With the exception of Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, all the women in the Republican conference caved, including Senator Susan Collins of Maine, who held out until the bitter end. end quote.

Yes. They had heard all the facts of the case, made a judgement call (possibly based on their political leanings, but that is nothing new) and decided to vote for Kavanaugh anyway. That is what you would expect them to do. quote:

These women are gender traitors, to borrow a term from the dystopian TV series “The Handmaid’s Tale.” They’ve made standing by the patriarchy a full-time job. The women who support them show up at the Capitol wearing “Women for Kavanaugh” T-shirts, but also probably tell their daughters to put on less revealing clothes when they go out. end quote.

Gender traitors. That is what women who think for themselves are now. Gender traitors. quote:

They’re more sympathetic to Senator Orrin Hatch of Utah, who actually shooed away a crowd of women and told them to “grow up.” Or Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, whose response to a woman telling him she was raped was: “I’m sorry. Call the cops.” end quote.

Or you could just store it away for 35 years and then break the news just as the guy is about to be promoted to the best job of his life. Y’know. Like all the good girls do. quote:

These are the kind of women who think that being falsely accused of rape is almost as bad as being raped. The kind of women who agree with President Trump that “it’s a very scary time for young men in America,” which he said during a news conference on Tuesday. end quote.

It is a very scary time for all men. A woman can make a claim of sexual assault from 35 years ago with no evidence and ruin a man’s career, and the sisterhood will just punch their fists in the air. Disgraceful.

But wait… there’s more. quote:

But the people who scare me the most are the mothers, sisters and wives of those young men, because my stupid uterus still holds out some insane hope of solidarity. end quote.

Your uterus has nothing to do with anything, sister. I brought my son up to be respectful towards women, and he always is. But he can do nothing if some harpie wants to make a false claim against him for something that happened when he was 15, which has been completely overblown in her mind. That could be his career ended. Yes, I’m terrified of that. quote:

We’re talking about white women. The same 53 percent who put their racial privilege ahead of their second-class gender status in 2016 by voting to uphold a system that values only their whiteness, just as they have for decades. end quote.

Ah. So now that women are capable of thinking for themselves, we have to do some racial profiling. These are ‘white women’. That explains it then.

Don’t worry, the sisterhood is equally obnoxious to black women who can think for themselves too. Just ask Candace Owens. quote:

White women benefit from patriarchy by trading on their whiteness to monopolize resources for mutual gain.

This elevated position over women of color comes at a cost, though. Consider what Kellyanne Conway, a top adviser to the president, said at a dinner last year for New York’s Conservative Party. She suggested that higher birthrates are “how I think we fight these demographic wars moving forward.” The war, of course, is with non-white people. So it seems that white women are expected to support the patriarchy by marrying within their racial group, reproducing whiteness and even minimizing violence against their own bodies. end quote.

I truly have never come across any woman who has decided to have children because of their colour. What absolute drivel this is. quote:

The pedestal is a superior, if precarious, place. For white women, it’s apparently better than being “stronger together,” with the 94 percent of black women and 86 percent of Latinas who voted for Hillary Clinton. end quote.

So those women who decided to vote for Clinton are all good, whereas those who decided to vote for Trump are evil. I always thought voters chose based on their political beliefs or the policies of the candidates. Obviously, I’ve got that wrong. quote:

During the 2016 presidential election, did white women really vote with their whiteness in mind? Lorrie Frasure-Yokley, a political scientist at U.C.L.A., recently measured the effect of racial identity on white women’s willingness to support Trump in 2016 and found a positive and statistically significant relationship. So white women who voted for him did so to prop up their whiteness. end quote.

Have you had enough of this garbage yet?

White women who voted for Trump did so either because they believed in his policies, or because they didn’t like Hillary Clinton. They may not have liked being described as ‘deplorable’ either. But to say they did it to ‘prop up their whiteness’ is just madness. Nobody does that. Whiteness is not an issue generally that people spend time thinking about and the writer, Alexis Grenell, is a white woman, so she knows this.

I always thought that the feminist movement wanted to produce strong-minded women who could think for and stand up for themselves, but the feminist movement of today is not like that. It wants to produce a world full of female sheep, that will fall in line with everyone else. That’s not feminism; that’s tribalism. But if you don’t, sister, then you are in trouble.

 


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