Patriarchy For The Win: Dove's 'Real Moms' Ad Features Man Who Thinks He's A Woman
What a shock. The transgender movement has had a real impact on biological women: females are getting pounded in athletics by sexually confused boys and men, girls are being forced to undress in locker-rooms with males, and women are getting passed over for gender-specific awards, most notably Glamour's 2015 Woman of the Year award.
Well, the patriarchy has just scored another win over the fairer sex: Men can now be mothers, too! Women are no longer special in this regard.
In an ad for Dove's new "Real Moms" campaign, a sexually-confused man is featured as one of the "real moms."
“Moms are redefining what it means to be a ‘good mom,'" reads the opening text of the ad.
“We are both his biological parents,” say a biological male named Shea. “You get people that are like, ‘What do you mean? You’re the mom?’ We’re like, ‘Yep. We’re both gonna be moms.’"
The man later adds, “There’s no one right way to do it all."
The mothers featured in the ad come from all walks of life, ranging from a cattle rancher to tech executive.
"There's so many ways to be a good mom," says one woman named Jackie, a rock climber.
"To #RealMoms everywhere, trust your way," reads the text closing the ad.
Feminists, of course, are cheering the ad.
“I love the campaign’s overall theme of ‘There’s no right or wrong way to be a mom — only your way,’" wrote Dana Rudolph in a blog for lesbian mothers. “As one of the other moms in the ad says, ‘Do what fits your family. And trust yourself.’ That’s pretty much the best parenting advice I can imagine.”
Cosmopolitan magazine gushed over the ad:
Dove is back with another ad campaign to melt your heart into a little puddle on the floor. This time, they are showcasing all the different and modern ways Millennial women are parenting now. One of those mothers in their new commercial just happens to be transgender.
Others, though, were outraged over the political move by Dove, complaining that women were taking "a back seat to men, even when the subject is motherhood."
" I don't think the ad executives at @Dove understand the line they crossed. #realmoms are mad as hell and we're not gonna take it anymore," wrote another outraged female.
If you haven't figured it out yet, the Left's endgame is sameness, not equality.