Conservative women have been sounding the alarm of the fake feminist movement for decades.
And now it seems some leftist women are finally catching up.
Take for instance the leader and organizer of the vagina-head march. She recently sent out a statement via Facebook calling for prominent leaders of her organization to step down due to their anti-Semitic and racist behaviors.
“As Founder of the Women’s March, my original vision and intent was to show the capacity of human beings to stand in solidarity and love against the hateful rhetoric that had become a part of the political… https://t.co/tkfV8GEGiM
— Teresa Shook (@TeresaShookWM) November 19, 2018
It’s about time. But what took so long?
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We have chronicled the dangerous leaders of this so-called feminist movement for some time now.
Recall convicted felon, Donna Hylton. She and a group of others kidnapped and tortured a gay man to death.
According to the Daily Caller:
Hylton’s name is listed on the Women’s March website alongside prominent liberals like Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards, actress Gloria Steinem, filmmaker Michael Moore and CNN commentator Van Jones.
Hylton, along with three men and three other women, kidnapped 62-year-old real-estate broker Thomas Vigliarole and held him for ransom, before eventually killing him. As noted in a 1995 Psychology Today article, when asked about forcibly sodomizing the victim with a three foot steel pole, Hylton replied: “He was a homo anyway.”
Understand, this woman was chosen to speak at one of the rallies. She supposedly represented minority rights including those of the LBGTQ.
And what of jihadist Linda Sarsour?
Sarsour’s history of “activism” has been anything but pushing women forward. Sarsour once violently attacked another woman forced to endure the mutilation of women’s reproductive organs in a tweet.
Ayaan Hirsi Ali suffered FGM at the age of five when she lived in Somalia. Because of that and the other atrocities towards women in Islam, Ali denounced the religion in 2002.
Additionally, Brigitte Gabriel also fled the oppression of her home country, coming to America. Since, she dedicates her life to spreading the truth about Islam.
Yet, Sarsour posted the above “nastygram” on Twitter in 2011 to shame them and their decision’s to leave the harmful religion.
Also, Sarsour goes around the country trying to convince women her prophet Mohammad was a human rights activist.
Back in May of this year, Sarsour spoke at the Islamic extremist mosque Dar Al-Hijrah:
“The truth, which is that our beloved prophet Mohammad was a human rights activist, he was a racial justice activist, he was an environmental justice activist … He also cared about the animals…was an animal rights activist. He was a feminist in his own right–uplifted the women in his community.”
Sadly, there were plenty of other disturbing women the Women’s March chose to represent the organization.
Women selling their fraud of love and equality. Feminism today offers nothing for women, nor humanity in general.
The true feminists look nothing like those from which some feminists now distance themselves. True feminists appreciate men. And they understand what it means to be a woman.
Today, feminism creates victims. And it attempts to do so at the expense of men.
It’s interesting to see some feminist recognizing the hypocrisies within their movement. This isn’t new, as feminists like Susan Sarandon stopped using the term a while back, understanding how detrimental the moniker had become.
Would you call yourself a feminist?
I think of myself as a humanist because I think it’s less alienating to people who think of feminism as being a load of strident bitches and because you want everyone to have equal pay, equal rights, education and healthcare.
It’s a bit of an old-fashioned word. It’s used more in a way to minimise you. My daughter [Eva Amurri, from Sarandon’s relationship with Italian film director Franco Amurri] who is 28, doesn’t even relate to the word “feminist” and she is definitely in control of her decisions and her body.
Many women don’t relate to “feminist”, because they are realist. Smart women recognize men for their roles. Further, smart women create their place in the world, and don’t blame others for who they are.