Of all the things there are to loathe about feminism – from its insipid vagina “art” to its laughable women’s “studies” – I think the thing that disgusts me the most about it is its pointless rebellion. It’s like when your toddler stamps her little foot and shrieks, “I won’t (put on my coat, wear my shoes, etc) and you can’t make me!” and you just shake your head sadly at the toddler because it’s such a stupid thing to be rebellious about, so not based in reality.
With toddlers, you can just kind of laugh it off. But when grown women do it, it is simply ugly to behold.
Take this for instance:
What is this even a protest against? Is it supposed to be against capitalism or something? But in what sense are the women of this nation standing up to materialism en masse? To globalism? To over consumption? It is absurd. It is rebellion just to be ugly, with no point or purpose.
Actually, scratch that. I think it does have a purpose. Consider this quote from a woman viewing the statue of Pointless Rebellion Girl (highlighting mine):
…when we saw it we were very struck, almost emotionally. You know the bull is kind of a symbol of almost a male power in a way, and this little girl is just standing there triumphant. I think it’s gorgeous. I love it.
The purpose is to be as insulting and condescending towards men as possible. And to what end? Although the sculpture was apparently created by a woman, it was commissioned by a finance company and rolled out with a slick advertising campaign.
Sisters, do you not see how you are being manipulated here? Feminists (and the women who listen to them) are merely useful dupes; look and you will see the men behind the curtain. They are trying to sell you an image that causes enmity between normal women and men. Why would they do that? What are they trying to get you to do? And why? Don’t participate. Don’t believe the advertising; it is not reality.
Back in reality land, we just had one of the most significant weather events in the entire history of the state of Michigan. One third of Michiganders are without electricity. Including me.
What imagery are they using to reassure a frightened, cold public sitting in the dark?
Oh Pointless Rebellion Girl, where is thy statue when the lights go out?