Unlike other leftist groups, feminists hit us at our most vulnerable spots: our wives, our husbands, our children, our bedrooms and our houses of worship.
They get personal.
Not only do they seek to brainwash our daughters into becoming promiscuous she-wolves who spend their weekends waving "My P–ssy, My Choice" signs at an Amber Rose "SlutWalk," they also conspire to mutate every man into a sniveling pajama boy and transform our view of children as blessings from on high into commodities for self-fulfillment.
With the election of President Trump, 2017 offered plenty, some might even say far-too-many, raging feminist moments for us to laugh (or fulminate) at as we head into the New Year.
Here are the Top 10 Raging Feminist Fails Of 2017:
Only in Trudeau's progressive utopia of Canada could a trans man be elected to lead one of the country's leading feminist organizations. This all completely smacks in the face feminists' idea of "patriarchy."
In early December, the largest feminist organization in Quebec elected a transgender man, Gabrielle Bouchard, as their new president. The Federation des Femmes du Quebec is basically the Canadian version of America's NOW, and "represents some 300 feminist groups and about 700 individual members."
Bouchard's appointment did not go over well in some of Quebec's media circles who said that placing a man as head of a feminist organization only served to reinforce the patriarchy. Bouchard rejected such claims.
“They are saying we'll tolerate trans women as long as they are not in a position of power,” Bouchard told The Canadian Press. “We’ll tolerate lesbians in the movement as long as they stand 10 feet away.”
Bouchard accused his critics of falling into a patriarchal construct that “presumes all women live the same experience — which is not true."
“All the barriers I face are actually based in sexism," he said. "They also happen to be based in transphobia. I am living at the intersection of trans identity and being a woman, and it creates a marginalization that some women don’t face.”
So long as they identify as transgender, men can not only strip women of their sporting championships, but also their leadership positions.
The feminist thinker Simone De Beauvoir once said of stay-at-home moms: “No woman should be authorized to stay at home to raise her children. Society should be totally different. Women should not have that choice, precisely because if there is such a choice, too many women will make that one.”
Flash-forward to 2017; one of Beauvoir's disciples took that a step further by proposing that stay-at-home mothers should actually be made illegal. Here's what Australian columnist Sarrah Le Marquand had to say about making the traditional practice a crime.
Rather than wail about the supposed liberation in a woman’s right to choose to shun paid employment, we should make it a legal requirement that all parents of children of school-age or older are gainfully employed.
Only when the female half of the population is expected to hold down a job and earn money to pay the bills in the same way that men are routinely expected to do will we see things change for the better for either gender.
Only when it becomes the norm for all families to have both parents in paid employment, and sharing the stress of the work-home juggle, will we finally have a serious conversation about how to achieve a more balanced modern workplace.
In perhaps one of feminism's most intellectually honest moments, Le Marquand concluded her piece admitting that the word "choice" has become a buzzword that holds no real sway. Ultimately, she really does believe her egalitarian utopia will only be achieved by force.
"Only when the tiresome and completely unfounded claim that 'feminism is about choice' is dead and buried (it’s not about choice, it’s about equality) will we consign restrictive gender stereotypes to history," she writes. "... only when we evenly divide the responsibility for workplace participation between the two genders will we truly see a more equitable division between men and women."
This one can easily be classified as the grossest feminist moment of 2017. Indeed, as the title suggests, feminists really did get their inner-Picasso on using their monthly menstrual product.
It happened at the liberal outlet known as Buzzfeed, which became so desperate for clicks they featured a video of several feminists fighting so-called "period stigma" by painting with their period blood. The video, which would surely make any self-respecting human being vomit, was inspired by President Donald Trump's comment about Megyn Kelly "bleeding from wherever" during the election cycle.
"By the end of the experience, both ladies felt super empowered and motivated to inspire other people to break the stigma that periods are disgusting," Buzzfeed said of the display.
It must be pretty rough to have a feminist for a mom. To have your own mother believe she could have aborted your existence if she wanted doesn't really create a harmonious bond. One can only imagine what it's like for young boys with feminist moms, especially if that mom happens to be feminist writer Jody Allard, who views her two sons as prospective rapists.
In her semi-viral essay for WAPO, Allard publicly castigated her own two sons for their role in perpetuating "rape culture" by way of their genitals. After some backlash, Allard did not recant her claims and even doubled-down. As a result, one of her sons announced he would be turning to conservatism just to spite her. Here is what Allard said in response:
One of my sons was hurt by my words, although he’s never told me so. He doesn’t understand why I lumped him and his brother together in my essay. He sees himself as the “good” one, the one who is sensitive and thoughtful, and who listens instead of reacts. He doesn’t understand that even quiet misogyny is misogyny, and that not all sexists sound like Twitter trolls. He is angry at me now, although he won’t admit that either, and his anger led him to conservative websites and YouTube channels; places where he can surround himself with righteous indignation against feminists, and tell himself it’s ungrateful women like me who are the problem.
Fortunately, Daily Wire editor-in-chief Ben Shapiro lightly remedied the situation by offering her newly-conservative son an internship.
Speaking of having feminists for moms, a three-year-old little girl will never view Disney princesses the same again after seeing the "feminist revisions" her mom imprinted in her princess book.
Profiled in POPSUGARMOMS, a feminist mother named Danielle Lindemann, who also studies the sociological impact of gender roles, bragged about scribbling little notes inside her daughter's princess book, all of which were about abortion, emasculating men and being rude to get ahead.
"The constant inundation with princess stuff drives me crazy," Lindemann told POPSUGAR MOMS. "Because it's basically teaching these little girls that their worth lies in looking nice and hooking up with the right guy. Still. In 2016."
“My daughter wanted to read it over and over, so to prevent my eyes from rolling permanently into the back of my head, I decided to make a few edits,” she whined.
When the book said "a princess is kind," Lindemann then added "of a badass."
When the book said "a princess is brave," Lindemann added a bizarre caption to Princess Jasmine saying "my body, my choice."
That same Princess Jasmine would then go on to emasculate Aladdin on a later page when Lindemann had her protecting his scared little self while on a magic carpet ride. "Protect me, Jasmine. I'm scared," Lindemann captioned him as saying.
A whole new world, indeed.
As Texans affected by Hurricane Harvey were desperately fighting to maintain their livelihoods, one feminist fought for the cause that truly matters: raising money for victims to get abortions.
On Twitter, former columnist for Feministing, Verónica Bayetti Flores, asked her followers to donate to the "Texas abortion fund" so that pregnant women affected by the hurricane could do away with their little problem in the face of the disaster.
“May I suggest that, among your donations for #Harvey relief, you consider also donating to a Texas abortion fund?” she tweeted. “This, too, is needed.”
She then followed this up explaining why money should help hurricane victims to have an abortion and not just help to feed, house, and clothe them; because abortion is apparently one of the bare necessities of life.
“Disasters mean missed appointments,” she worried. “Mass disruptions like this wreak havoc on people’s lives, particularly w this time sensitive care.”
Flores would later be outdone by an abortion clinic that actually offered free abortions to Hurricane Harvey victims.
When it comes to art, feminism operates more like a parasite than a creative force. Typically, it finds an already-created masterpiece (Star Wars, Ghostbusters) and injects itself into the mix. This usually results in the masterpiece's devolution, thus ruining it forever.
The famed "Fearless Girl" statue facing off against the Wall Street "Charging Bull" illustrates this best. Originally intended as a symbol of the resilient "bull market" following the 1987 recession, the famed "Charging Bull" transformed overnight into a symbol of patriarchal oppression when the investment management firm State Street Global placed the "Fearless Girl" bronze statue in the bull's path to encourage gender diversity on Wall Street.
The statue's artist Kristen Visbal told the Wall Street Journal: “Wall Street is a traditionally male environment and it says, ‘Hey, we're here.’”
The creator of "Charging Bull," Arturo Di Modica, did not appreciate the transformation of his work and subsequently launched a lawsuit to have it removed.
Di Modica told MarketWatch: “That is not a symbol! That’s an advertising trick. My bull is a symbol for America. My bull is a symbol of prosperity and for strength. Women, girls, that’s great, but that’s not what that (my sculpture) is.” He added to the NY Daily News: “I did it for all the American people. Not designed for men, women or gay.”
Another great piece of art ruined by modern feminists.
Though the organizers of the 2017 "Women's March" billed itself as a non-partisan gathering of women to "send a bold message to our new government on their first day in office, and to the world that women's rights are human rights," the day offered little more than shrieking feminist harpies running around in "pussyhats." On that "non-partisan" thing, pro-life feminists were wholly excluded from the proceedings.
The march's highlights include actress Ashley Judd having an emotional meltdown on stage, singer Madonna pontificating about blowing up the White House and a sharia-supporting anti-Semite telling crowds "this is what democracy looks like."
Following her anti-Trump speech at the Golden Globes earlier this year, the acclaimed actress Meryl Streep positioned herself as a leading feminist voice. Nothing seemed to bring her down. Not even video evidence of her giving sexual predator Roman Polanski a standing ovation. That is, until The New York Times revealed that her "god" Harvey Weinstein allegedly led an openly secret life as a deranged predator of women.
For about two months, Streep coasted under the radar and denied having knowledge of Weinstein's crimes. All the while, revelations showed Weinstein's behavior was widely known throughout the industry. Maybe not the alleged rapes, but his casting couch predation, his penchant for bullying subordinates, his piggish etiquette at restaurants, well, "everybody f–cking knew" about that.
Her blanket denial eventually took a severe toll on her reputation. According to celebrity branding expert Jeetendr Sehdev, a poll he conducted now shows that 58% of adults "now feel negatively towards the once beloved Streep."
During this year's International Women's Day protest, feminists in Argentina performed a hideously graphic mock abortion while dressed as the Virgin Mary outside a cathedral.
This piece of "performance art" ended with feminists in pink masks pouring fake blood onto the streets as they pretended to abort the Christ child.
The feminist group responsible for the display, Socorro Rosa Tucuman, said they were aborting the "patriarchy" and "forced heterosexuality."
On that very same day, feminists in Buenos Aires "tried to set the city's cathedral on fire."