Posted on | February 26, 2016 | 93 Comments
Melissa Fabello (@fyeahmfabello on Twitter) is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Human Sexuality Studies at Widener University. Fabello is managing editor of an anti-male/anti-heterosexual website called Everyday Feminism dedicated to promoting an “LGBTQIA+” agenda, and she is also a close personal friend of Twitter commissar Anita Sarkeesian.
Melissa Fabello‘s feminism is about inciting women to hate males generally, but she particularly delights in expressing contempt for heterosexual white men, constantly mocking them as ignorant bigots.
Deliberate insults are a form of hate propaganda. Melissa Fabello is promoting hatred of men. Melissa Fabello is encouraging hatred of heterosexuals. And it would seem that Melissa Fabello, who is white, especially despises men of her own ancestry and ethnicity.
Is it surprising that the people she constantly derogates, categorically impugning them without any concern for their human dignity or individual merit, sometimes wish to call attention to the fact that she is a vicious hatemonger? And why should anyone expect that the people Melissa Fabello so blatantly insults would respond to her spiteful messages courteously? Exactly why should anyone be polite to a fanatical anti-male/anti-white/anti-heterosexual ideologue?
Yes, of course! Whatever rude and demeaning things a feminist says about men, we are always expected to silently accept her putdowns. No man is allowed to answer Melissa Fabello’s insults. It would be “hate” for a heterosexual to remark that Ms. Fabello’s website Everyday Feminism might more accurately be called Everyday Queerness.
“Right now, today, as of writing this, I identify as queer.
But I didn’t always. And no, I’m not referring to that
awkward, uncomfortable time in my life where I knew
that something felt ‘off,’ but I couldn’t quite place it,
and so I paraded around in the charade of ‘straight.’
I mean that a few years ago, I identified as homoflexible.
And before that, a lesbian. And even before that, bisexual.”
Melissa Fabello is sexually dysfunctional, and cannot obtain psychological or emotional satisfaction through normal sexual behavior. Because she is so profoundly abnormal, Melissa Fabello hates (or perhaps envies) anyone who is not as confused and unhappy as she is. “Sexuality” is not confusing to normal women who actually like men, but feminists . . .
Well, why should I bother to finish that sentence? Feminism Is a Totalitarian Movement to Destroy Civilization as We Know It, and Melissa Fabello never wants to hear a word any heterosexual white man has to say. Mellisa Fabello doesn’t believe heterosexual white men have anything to say that anyone else should ever hear. Melissa Fabello is a feminist, and the First Rule of Feminism is “SHUT UP!”
Dear patriarchy… pic.twitter.com/VrugaVheuY
— Melissa A. Fabello (@fyeahmfabello) October 2, 2015
— Melissa A. Fabello (@fyeahmfabello) February 20, 2016
White men are so hard to talk to. Even when you’re *nicely* telling them they’re wrong, they fall apart over it.
— Melissa A. Fabello (@fyeahmfabello) September 27, 2015
Excuse me, Ms. Fabello, if I’m “hard to talk to,” but it was probably just a coincidence that on Feb. 19, while you were meeting with Twitter commissar Anita Sarkeesian to “talk media and feminism over dinner,” Comrade Sarkeesian’s close personal friend Del Harvey was shutting down my Twitter account.
.@twitter’s "Trust and Safety Council” appears to be silencing conservatives.
— PJTV (@PJTV) February 25, 2016
— wombat_socho (@wombat_socho) February 25, 2016
— Instapundit.com (@instapundit) February 24, 2016
— Ali A. Akbar (@ali) February 25, 2016
The #FreeStacy movement, a grassroots response to Twitter’s Feb. 19 decision to suspend my popular @rsmccain account, has received international attention. You can help support this movement by including the #FreeStacy hashtag on your Twitter messages, by retweeting messages in support of this movement, and by signing up at PublicStatus.org, which is dedicated to defending free speech rights on social media. Thanks to everyone who has helped spread the word.
- Feb. 20: The #FreeStacy Story: Why Was My @rsmccain Account Suspended?
- Feb. 21: #FreeStacy: ‘A Girl’s Name’
- Feb. 22: #FreeStacy: @rsmccain ‘Will Not Be Restored’; @SexTroubleBook Suspended
- Feb. 22: The Hateful Lies of Feminism
- Feb. 23: What @FemFreq Didn’t Say
- Feb. 23: The #FreeStacy Protest Continues
- Feb. 24: #FreeStacy: Have You Mentioned @srhbutts Lately? Perhaps You Should
- Feb. 25: #FreeStacy: Does @Twitter @Support Child-Porn Defender @AlisonRapp?
- Feb. 25: #FreeStacy: Why Won’t @Jack Make @Twitter Stop Harassing @PaxDickinson?