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The Cul-de-Sac of Feminist Stupidity

Posted on | June 20, 2022 | No Comments

What is a feminist? A woman who can’t get along with men. Feminism is an anti-male ideology, a political expression of the collective resentment of such women, none of whom has ever stopped to think that perhaps men are not the problem. This thought never occurs to a feminist for the same reason that a Nazi would never doubt that Jews are the problem.

This person sets up a Kafka trap, where a particularly obnoxious woman is made a barometer of “vile misogyny,” which is sort of like asserting that you’re a racist if you dislike, say, Louis Farrakhan.

To suggest that women use Taylor Lorenz as a “screening question” for potential is not helpful because (a) most men will likely react “Taylor who?” but (b) there is no such thing as a heterosexual man who knows who Taylor Lorenz is and doesn’t despise her. There are also plenty of women who hate Taylor Lorenz, I’m sure, but the idea of maklng her an idol deserving reverence, and excommunicating all men who don’t genuflect before her — well, it’s not helpful, as I say.

And that’s just it — feminists, who can’t get along with men, don’t want to help other women get along with them either. Because feminism is an anti-male movement, it is also an anti-heterosexual movement.


Do you see the point here? The bisexual feminist divorced her husband and now it’s important for her to be openly QUEER so she can be a role model for her daughter in hopes that she, too, will never have a successful heterosexual relationship. By the way, it’s easy to discover that (a) this woman’s ex-husband is Russian, (b) he suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) after which (c) he became abusive toward her.

There is no such thing as “bad luck,” according to the leftist worldview, there is only systemic oppression, so if you’re a woman who married a foreigner who suffered a brain injury that changed his personality, this isn’t just your personal misfortune — no, you’re a victim of social injustice! And your experience qualifies you to offer advice to other women who didn’t have the same bad luck (or didn’t make the same mistakes) that you did. Why is it that the experiences of happy, successful women — the ones who don’t marry brain-damaged foreigners — cannot be generalized as a universal ideology? Why is it only the bitter women — the bisexual divorcees with abusive ex-husbands — who are allowed to lecture us so authoritatively? Only a “vile misogynist” would ask such questions, I suppose, but at least I’m not a brain-damaged Russian.




 

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