Forgive the title. But it’s a rather appropriate title when you think about the subject.
Back when I was in college, I remember some of the gals in the dorm attending NOW meetings. I admit to having gone to a few, but I never felt very comfortable mostly because it seemed to be a hatefest directed towards men. And even when I was liberal, I didn’t understand why anyone would direct such vitriol to 50% of the population based solely on the fact that they had the luck to be born with a different chromosome. Still, I never gave them a thought, nor gave them weight. They had every right to feel and say what they did.
And then the Clinton scandals happened. Woman after woman came forward claiming sexual harassment and even rape against our President. And the same women who were hating men for the priviledge of having a Y chromosome stayed quiet. That was when I realized that Cultural Feminism, the type that had been pushed by the likes of Gloria Steinem and Betty Friedan, was just a lie. It had nothing to do with being equal to men. It had nothing to do with emancipating women from the stereotypes through which they felt men viewed them. No, it had to do with power of one group over another. In this case it was not just power over men, but power to dictate rights over others. Because the President was a Democrat, and therefore liberal, he was given a pass on his transgressions. The fact that it was a man who trampled over the rights of the women held no weight whatsoever. He was one of them.
So we learned that all these so-called feminists were only useful idiots to be put on display as sacred cows. And in their search for superior rights over men, they sacrificed what little credibility they had left, becoming full-time hypocrites. There are many examples of this, but none so recent as the Rush Limbaugh controversy concerning a
23 year old law student 30 year old feminist activist. In his defense, Rush didn’t call the whoring bimbo a slut. He referred to her actions as being those of one. And they are. Still, the language was harsh, and he apologized, even though the ruckus has reached massive proportions. All because of a word the feminists had used for themselves less than a year ago.
Slut Walk Hits Dallas Streets
Yep!! Remember this?? I sure as hell do!
The group of fire-up North Texans called the event a “Slut Walk.”
Elizabeth Webb organized the local event.
“I know, definitely, it is a controversial name,” Webb said, “but we`re trying to reclaim that word and take the power away from that word.
Take power away from the word? Excuse me, but even Geoffrey Chaucer used that word in his literary classics. Let me give you feminists a lesson in Psychology 101: if you want to “take power” away from a word, DON’T FREAKING HAVE A COW WHEN SOMEONE USES IT!!! It makes you look like bovinical dumbasses and cements your hypocrite creds.
Ladies, and I use the term loosely, you have been weighed, measured, and found lacking in substance and value, for you have cheapened yourselves in your pursuit of power. And with this latest display, your relevance (such as it is) starts coming to an end.
Where I come from, fish can ride bicycles. And I feel fine!!