Posted on | March 25, 2016 | 20 Comments
A lot of stupid things are marketed as “feminism” in the 21st century, as the Feminist™ brand has become more obviously a racket than a political movement. People get rich peddling the Feminist™ brand, and the gullible young women targeted as the market for this product seldom stop to ask the simple question, “Cui bono?” Who benefits from the feminist racket? What’s in it for them? And what’s in it for you? Idiots never recognize feminism as the crooked three-card monte hustle it really is. They keep buying, buying, buying the brand — expecting to achieve “equality” and “empowerment” — and when the product fails to improve their lives, they are told by the (well-paid) professional vendors that their continued misery is proof of the Evil Power of Patriarchy.
“What you need,” says the feminist racketeer, “is more feminism!”
In the 1990s, Susan Faludi became a New York Times bestselling author by telling women that a right-wing Backlash explained why the feminist movement of the 1960s and ’70s had failed to solve their problems. It would not do to admit that, like everything else that emerged from the New Left and the “hippie” counterculture, feminism was simply a bad idea. Go watch Laugh-In reruns, buy a Nehru jacket and start ending every sentence with “man,” if you’re into some kind of Woodstock nostalgia trip, but don’t try to tell me Ronald Reagan is to blame for the disappointing consequences of the Women’s Liberation movement.
Faludi’s Backlash theory helped spark a revival of feminism in the 1990s — the so-called “Third Wave” — and now here we are, 25 years later, and everywhere we look, young women are ranting about misogyny, objectification, “rape culture” and “dismantling our capitalist imperialist white supremacist cisheteronormative patriarchy.” At what point will women wise up to the fact that feminism is a neo-gnostic cult, insofar as it is not simply a pyramid scheme, a scam by which academics and other professional vendors of feminist ideology enrich themselves?
When I was nine, I finally found out the real reason why my parents got divorced when I was two. I remember my older sister and I would ask our mom what had happened between her and our dad, and she would always respond that our father would tell us when he was ready. . . . Well that day came. . . .
She explained to us that alcoholism and addiction is a disease and it can cause a person to do things they normally wouldn’t; it can even change a person completely. . . .
I made it to my freshman year of college before I started drinking, and to the end of my sophomore year before I started doing drugs. It’s not that I forgot about my dad and what substance abuse did to him, I just figured it wouldn’t happen to me because I would never let it get that out of control. . . .
Molly, acid, pills; I loved them all. But cocaine, cocaine was my soul mate. . . . Blow just made me feel invincible and confident, like all the problems that usually come with risk-taking and impulsivity just didn’t exist for me. I was the life of the party, I got bartenders to dance on tables with me, I gave and got champagne baths, I did lines off all sorts of body parts, I got invited to every after party I wanted and then some.
“Party girl! Woo-hoo!”
We all know the type. Tiernan Hebron says she stopped doing cocaine in February 2015, although she didn’t stop drinking, and the reader may well be wondering, what does this have to do with feminism? Well . . .
I Took off My Top and Walked Down
Hollywood Boulevard for Gender Equality
This summer, pictures of my naked breasts were plastered all over the city of Los Angeles and on social media. . . .
I’m a rally organizer for the Free the Nipple campaign and the walk that took place on Hollywood Boulevard [in September 2015] was the culmination of my work over the last two months. . . .
I felt empowered and free as we chanted, “Free the nipple” and “Desexualize the female body.” . . .
You can read the rest of Tiernan Hebron’s account of her topless activism for “gender equality,” or you could buy an Abnormal Psychology textbook from Amazon.com and read up on narcissistic personality disorder and borderline personality disorder and try to figure out exactly what kind of crazy Tiernan Hebron is. While I don’t have a degree in psychology, I know crazy when I see it, and Tiernan Hebron is definitely crazy.
Also, some readers may be curious what Tiernan Hebron’s naked breasts look like, but trust me, it’s not worth the time to Google. If you’ve seen one recovering cokehead with pierced nipples, you’ve seen ’em all.
McCain’s Law of Toplessness
The probability of a woman going topless
is inversely correlated to the likelihood
that any man wants to see her topless.
Feminism is a way for foolish women to excuse their bad decisions by blaming patriarchy. Given her history of bad decisions, Tiernan Hebron is likely to have a long, successful career as a feminist, which makes me sad. Snorting cocaine and dancing on tables are ultimately less harmful than peddling a bankrupt ideology, and certainly a lot more fun.
Speaking of bad decisions, she’s a Bernie Sanders supporter.
— FreeStacy (@Not_RSMcCain) March 25, 2016
Feminism attracts women too crazy to understand that turning their mental illnesses into the basis of a political movement is never going to solve their problems. Attempting to rearrange society to accommodate the deranged theories of crazy women — the social construction of the gender binary within the heterosexual matrix — will predictably result in a society that produces even more craziness. Instead of lunatics being locked up in mental wards, they’re parading around half-naked in support of a geriatric socialist’s presidential campaign: “Feel the Bern!”
— FreeStacy (@Not_RSMcCain) March 24, 2016
— Riv (@StopRiv2016) March 15, 2016
— FreeStacy (@Not_RSMcCain) March 24, 2016
— Riv (@StopRiv2016) March 14, 2016
"Human nature cannot be eradicated by ideology."
– SEX TROUBLE, p. 115 https://t.co/SJtA8I8rcd
— FreeStacy (@Not_RSMcCain) March 11, 2016
— Missy J (@MissyJ93) March 14, 2016
— FreeStacy (@Not_RSMcCain) March 10, 2016