It was bad enough that the activist group FCKH8 created this video that features young girls dressed in princess costumes using the most vulgar language. The video was obviously created to be a provocative ploy to revamp that tired old feminist ideology of the gender pay gap and the exaggerated rape statistic. Both of which have been debunked numerous times. Ben Shapiro’s latest video is a brilliant response to this phony “war on women.”
My personal favorite quote from that “potty-mouth” video was this: “Society teaching girls that our bodies (our boobs and butts) are more important than our brains leads us to thinking-our worth comes from our waistline.” I absolutely agree with this statement.
So why does “feminist super” star Beyoncé always perform half-naked?
Perhaps, feminists need to unite together and get their message straight because hypocrisy seems to be their new theme.
A recent video (as seen below) created by The Dept. of Peace joins with music artist Joan Jett and other feminists to remind women to get out the vote on November 4th. Feminists are not just activists using the likes of young girls to sound their vulgar activist call. No. They are voters and guess what women? They want your vote.
The Dept. of Peace.com is described as an organization that “creates conscious-raising campaigns and content, championing important issues and building a platform for the voice of the people.” Important issues? Sure they are, if women are only single-issue voters that believe their lady parts are the only reason to vote.
The video reminds women that there is a “war being raged on women’s rights” and “politicians are making laws that put your body into their hands.” When they say “your body”, they mean your reproductive parts which includes your waistline area.
Wait, but our worth doesn’t come from our waistline but our brains, right? I am so confused.
Another claim in the video is that “in 2013, there were more laws passed to limit women’s reproductive rights, then the entire previous decade.”
Wait. What? The government has been taking away our contraceptives? This is an outrage! How many of you have had your access to birth control denied?
Let’s face the facts ladies. The language of “reproductive rights” is simply code for abortion. Feminists flash those equality words for scare tactics. You can still get your contraceptives, they are now more accessible through Obamacare than ever before, and (sadly) abortion is still legal in every state. When will feminists stop making women’s voting issues simply about our waistlines?
Of course, there is that pesky issue of gender pay equality which has been proven as a false claim. Joan Jett says at the end of the video, “If you care about our right to control our own bodies and our own paychecks then get yourself out to the polls this November 4th and vote.”
Really ladies? Are we going to be subjected to this feminist egotistical rhetoric that we will only vote based on our own personal needs? What about our children’s future? Shouldn’t we vote on the issues that affect us as a society? Issues such as our open borders, the education of our children, terrorism, and now the new Ebola scare. Are we going to let a minority group of foul-mouth, don’t care about their reputation, feminist women speak for the rest of us?
I like one tweet that perfectly describes the hypocrisy of the modern-day feminist movement:
— Miss Misanthropist (@TamedInsanity) October 22, 2014
Modern-day feminism seems to have devolved into a single issue. I thought only the “religious-right” were single-issue voters?
The popular blogger Matt Walsh describes feminism as a poison. “It has nothing to add to the discussion,” he says. “It’s a movement without direction. A cause without a cause. A campaign that never stops because it has no goal and no objective.” Well, unless the objective is to kill more unborn babies. It’s is a campaign that relies on the tactics of fear with shock and awe to try and win over supporters. But the majority of female voters are far too smart and classy to buy it to that sort of propaganda.
As a woman, I am not going to tell other women who or what to vote for in this next mid-term election. But I won’t allow a group of minority women who call themselves feminists speak for the majority of all women. In fact, I will use a quote from the video: “We are not a voting bloc. We are the majority.” Stop letting feminists define who or what your vote should be about. Use your brains- not your waistline- because like the video states, “when women vote, we win.”