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Dry-Humping the Patriarchy, Because @LaurenJauregui Is a Feminist Like That

Posted on | August 31, 2017 | 2 Comments





Some readers may recall the name Lauren Jauregui, not because you’ve ever heard any songs by her girl group Fifth Harmony, but because she decided to make a feminist statement after the 2016 election:

Anti-American left-wing teachers at an all-girls Catholic school in Miami taught bisexual pop singer Lauren Jauregui the radical feminist beliefs that inspired her outspoken opposition to President Trump.
A member of the group Fifth Harmony, the 20-year-old Jauregui denounced Republican voters as “racist, homophobic, sexist, xenophobic, a–holes” in a November rant in which she compared Trump to Hitler and declared her pride in being “a bisexual Cuban-American woman.” In that Nov. 18 message, Jauregui specifically cited her attendance at an all-girls Catholic school in condemning Republicans as “narrow-minded” and “selfish.” Saturday [Jan. 22], Jauregui attended the pro-abortion “Women’s March on Washington,” obscenely condemning “patriarchy.” . . .
In an interview with the feminist web site Nylon . . . Jauregui defended federal funding for Planned Parenthood, America’s largest abortion provider, and credited her feminist politics to attending Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart in Miami . . .

Read the whole thing, in case you’ve forgotten (or never cared) who Lauren Jauregui is or what she said about Republican voters.

Lauren Jauregui, Jan. 21, 2017


She vowed a “revolutionary fight for justice” in January, but even an America-hating anti-capitalist pro-abortion feminist has to pay the bills, so Lauren is shaking her money-maker for heteronormative cash:

Fifth Harmony bumped and grinded while surrounded by shirtless male dancers for He Like That, the second music video off their third studio album released Friday.
Lauren Jauregui practically bared her entire rear-end in a corseted mini-skirt for the raunchy reggaeton-tinged track, which has already amassed 500K views on YouTube.
‘Pumps in the bump, pumps in the bump / He like the girls with the pumps in the bump,’ the girl group sang.


Yeah, that “revolutionary fight for justice” is a tough job. Lauren Jauregui is fighting “patriarchy” under a management contract to Simon Cowell (male) making profit for a record label headed by L.A. Reid (male) which is owned by the multi-trillion-dollar conglomerate Sony.

Lauren’s Daddy paid $30,000 a year to send her to a Catholic girls school, where the radical teachers taught her a lot about “social justice,” but she apparently never learned the definition of irony.

The patriarchy is laughing all the way to the bank, sweetheart.