Tuesday, June 27, 2017


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A new movement has erupted on social media led by evil feminists who share of goal of destroying men or their will to live.

The Twitter hashtag #WasteHisTime2016 has exploded with tens of thousands of suggestions on how to waste a smitten man’s time.

The time wasters include:

Even corporate America has jumped on the bandwagon with self-promotion:

Thankfully, men have responded with more reasonable suggestions for their loved ones:

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Late last week, radical feminist Gloria Steinem appeared on the CBS This Morning show to hawk her latest book. As part of her screed, she whined that after decades of mocking the word “feminist” by radio personality Rush Limbaugh, he had turned it into a “bad word” because the popular radio personality “talks about feminazis every day.”

CBS This Morning co-host Norah O’Donnell set the stage for Steinem’s rant against Limbaugh by pointing out that actress Meryl Streep doesn’t consider herself a feminist. She says she considers herself a “humanist” – a word popular with atheists and agnostics.

When asked why the word “feminist” now has a “bad connotation”, Steinem offered this fiction.

Most Americans actually identify themselves as feminists. “If people just go to the dictionary and discover that it means a person, male or female, who believes in the full equality of women and men then they do subscribe to it. And it is a majority now, which it didn’t used to be.

In other words, most people are “feminists” but they are just too dumb to know it.

Many believe Steinem finds support for her theory based on a poll conducted by the leftist website Vox, which revealed that:

“18% of respondents “identified as feminists” but “[e]ighty-five percent of people favored ‘equality for women,’ and 78 percent agreed that they believe in the ‘social, political, legal, and economic equality of the sexes.”’

Based on this characterization of what feminism means in general and for Steinem in particular is that 85% of Americans support her radical views on abortion which the she argues women “need” because it is a “sacrament.” (Editor’s note: 85% support by Americans for the notion of “abortion on demand” is a ridiculous conclusion and Steinem knows it.)

At the same time, Steinem argues that “violence against women” was the most important women’s issue today. CBS hosts did not ask her to elaborate on this view or explain why society doesn’t do more to stop the violence against unborn girls that die at the hands of the abortionist.

Instead, Steinem was allowed to rant on that:

“What is tied, I think, for first place is, first of all, violence against women. Because there is so much worldwide, whether it’s sexualized violence and more time or domestic violence like here, or, you know — I mean, there’s just so many… Because there is so much violence, for the first time that we know of, there are now fewer females on Earth than males.

So, you know, we really need to look at this and understand that when a country is violent against females it’s the biggest indicator that they will be militarily violent too. It needs to be part of our foreign policy.”

If she is right that there are less women on earth than males, one can only wonder why Steinem did not cite China’s “one child” policy in a culture that values boys over girls and that girls are not only aborted because they are girls, they are also aborted by force at the heave and heartless hand of government.

For his part, Rush Limbaugh responded to Gloria Steinem’s accusation that he turned the word “feminism” into a “bad word” by aligning it with his word “feminazi” because it “better explained what they (radical feminists) were all about.”

Limbaugh acknowledged that he turned the world “feminism” into a “bad word” because he exposed it for what it was. Quoting his radio show transcript, Limbaugh said:

“So, once again, your host, the harmless, lovable, little fuzzball, Rush Limbaugh, now blamed for destroying a word, ruining a word, ruining the definition of a word, feminism. But her definition is not even close to the way the feminazis use the entire feminist movement.”

“It was based in leftist ideology.” “It was based on men are predators and men are evil and men are men. It was designed to create a war between and against men and women.”

“All I did was expose it. That word “feminazi,” they never gotten over because that word actually better explained what they were all about. It rang so true.”

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Amber Rose is not a name I’d ever have occasion to recognize. Yet, her presence has blown up over the last few years for normal, trashy-celebrity, reasons. Romantic links to powerful men, a clothing line, provocative social media engagement, red carpet “outfits”, and modeling contracts have augmented her celebrity beyond what should be called for. Add on a handful of television appearances, lest the daily reminders of her vapidity should wear off between her demographic switching their glances from phone screens to television screens, and you’ve got a fame fueled piece of socialite news.

There is no real reason to know who she is or to remember where she came from. She has not contributed much artistically or socially to the world. Though, this past weekend she was crowned the queen of feminism for the next five minutes.

Rose held a “Slut Walk” in L.A. on Saturday. She really did. The walk was meant to “empower women” through an organized protest about apparent double standards and whatever “slut shaming” is supposed to be about. Hundreds of supporters came out. Women were dressed in their finery, from lingerie to other revealing clothes. This is not the first “Slut Walk”, but it has been perhaps the most publicized.

The event is being lauded as a loud cry for feminism. Rose is being lauded for her brazen fight against, well, being told to conduct herself differently. Really what it seemed like was a loud cry for Rose saying she should be able to do whatever she wants and not reap any consequences.

In a speech she broke down about terrible things that her ex-husband, Wiz Khalifa, and her ex-boyfriend, Kanye West, have said in interviews. West’s comment that he had to take, “30 showers” before being with now wife, Kim Kardashian, was countered with a sign held by Rose’s mother that read, “F–k yo 30 showers”. It was hard to see the event as anything but a giant pity party for Rose’s feelings. In fact, media coverage has been spare about anything but Rose. This seems more like a publicity stunt to keep Amber Rose in the limelight than was is to empower women.

But the topic du jour has made ways for people like this to twist the truth into something that suits them. It doesn’t help that there are men saying dumb things to hurt women’s feelings, then all men have to be held responsible.

Signs like, “Strippers have feelings too” were held up during the event. Even by Rose who has admitted that the “financial pressure” to support her family drove her to perform as a stripper when she was just 15.

The objectification of women has been convoluted by the media and the left for a long time.

Women don’t just have a right to their bodies, they also have a responsibility to treat themselves with respect. When you don a string bikini and dance on a pole, you are not demanding respect. You are not inviting someone to consider your feelings. You are not asking someone to see you as a human being. The world is full of creeps. Being half-naked and wondering why you’re being objectified by creeps seems more than a little ignorant.

Women like Rose want to have their cake and eat it too. They want to wear whatever they want in a world where there are people who can’t be trusted to respect their bodies. The first line of defense is to respect your own body first. Women should be empowered to stick up for themselves, not point the finger at people who very likely are unwilling to change.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying that rape is right or that women ask for it in anyway. They don’t. But the best offense is a good defense. There are still men in this world and in this country who want to hurt women.

Don’t cover yourself in raw meat and go into the lion’s den. Maybe just don’t go into the lion’s den at all.


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