I find it mildly amusing that if a woman does something bad/crappy/mean/stupid/evil and someone suggests this is because all women are bad/crappy/mean/stupid/evil, feminists and leftists will scream misogyny at the top of their leathery little lungs. How dare you extrapolate the actions of one individual out to all women?
When a woman they happen to like is criticized and called bad/mean/crappy/stupid/evil, all of a sudden the individual woman disappears from the narrative, and the criticism applies to all women, therefore, ta da – misogyny!
No wonder feminists are all so fat. They are masters of having their cake and eating it, too. Nom nom nom. Bring on the cake!
This article from Slate today demonstrates my thesis perfectly: people at the GOP convention are selling merchandise that implies one specific woman (Hillary Clinton) is bad/mean/crappy/stupid/evil, and somehow, that applies to all women everywhere, although don’t you dare suggest that Clinton’s inept use of a personal server suggests women in general are retarded when it comes to technology. That would be misogyny.
Here is what Slate is mad about:
This guy…I’m not even sure what he’s doing, but he has Clinton’s head on top of an orange blow-up doll, and he’s holding a sign that says “Shame, America, this is the best we can do?” I cannot for the life of me figure out this translates into “I hate all women everywhere”, but it’s the lead image on the feminist story, so it must be there somewhere! They wouldn’t just make this up, now would they?
This guy thinks Hillary sucks, but not like Monica. That’s kind of funny, really. By feminist logic, this shirt should present a null hypothesis. It’s critical of Hillary (misogyny!) but seems to express some admiration for Monica (not misogyny!). I get confused when it comes to feminist logic, though. It’s not very logical.
Trump versus Tramp. Hmmmm. I’m not aware of Hillary’s reputation as a promiscuous woman, but even if she beds every Secret Service agent who gets within 10 feet of her, does that mean the gentlemen under the mask hates all women? Seems like a stretch to me, and dear God, I hope the Secret Service are well paid.
Hahahahaha! It took me a while to even understand what Slate was all bitter about when it came to this gentleman, wearing a US Marines shirt. It’s the badge. It says KFC Hillary Special: 2 fat thighs, 2 small breasts, left wing. Come on, now, that’s funny. Hillary does have a big old butt and not much in the way of bra assets. Pointing it out might be mean, tasteless (and funny), but how on earth does this translate into “this Marine clearly hates all women everywhere and not just Hillary Clinton?”
Feminists are sluts. Well, they are. Even Slate had an article about how sluts lower the market value for all women. That’s not misogyny. That’s a description of reality.
Life is a bitch, don’t vote for one. Trump that bitch. In both cases, bitch does not refer to women as a general class, it refers to one specific woman: Hillary Clinton.
If you can read this, the bitch fell off. I don’t really understand why this is funny. Definitely not my sense of humor, or it’s a reference I am too ignorant to understand. That’s fine. But once again, bitch refers to Hillary Clinton, not all women.
At what point do you think the Left will eventually realize that screaming out buzzwords like misogyny or racism or fascism, while offering either no evidence of any kind to support that, or worse, offering evidence that proves the exact opposite, is not going to work, and indeed, only drives more people to Trump? Personally, I hope never. Even Michael Moore understands that the Left is shooting itself in the face here: Trump is going to win and they are helping him.
Good. Useful idiots are useful.
And they’ve never been more valuable.
Lots of love,