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Someone March Against The Wamen’s March, Please


I’m not saying men can’t be horrible but just because I am a woman, am around women more and technically have the same bits as them (well, I hope, with all the pseudo-trans stuff out there)- I can really feel the horror of my sex.

The absolute horrors women can be and this is showcased best in the one day of the year that I become too afraid to check YouTube because of the cringe.

The Wamen’s March.

The sick collection of some good, earnest women and a lot of screwed up, angry harpies that totally overshadow them in their disgusting p*ssy hats, grotesque vagina costumes and generally ugly looks. Then there’s the virtue signalling celebrities that basically yell half the time and complain about how they traded their bodies for career opportunities that lead to stardom and their riches and fame.

It just makes me want to look at the crowd, especially the women, in some sense my ‘sisters’ in gender and sigh deeply.

Ladies, we could do soooo much better.

Well, there’s already a problem with how some of these women wouldn’t even like me calling them ladies. They’d rather be a ‘bad-ass b*tch’ or a ‘proud sl*t’. Whatever.

The saddest part is that there are some legitimate concerns in the Women’s March. You see them in the little corners with their signs struggling to get visual space over all the F*ck Trumps and Gurrrrrl Powers. Some of these women have good causes, instead, the camera goes to non-binary activists that are fighting for their theoretical (non-scientific) based 189436983473 genders. The camera goes to the yucky hats and how Trump sucks but they can’t really provide any accurate information about him. The camera goes to the MeToo-ers who have no shred of evidence while destroying career after career, whoever is next on the hit list. Then there’s also the BLM with their non-statistics based race oppression mythology.

These are a couple of the very few good causes overshadowed there. I’m also sure there may have been women protesting against child brides, FGM (Female Genital Mutilation) and domestic violence in general.

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Credit: LGBTQ Nation

But no.

Of course we barely get the good, wholesome stuff. We get superficial first world whining and typical first world entitlement that many women from developed countries have. I’ve lived in a third world country where things really are actually sh*t for women. Completely utterly crap. A country where in some areas women don’t even get education, women are utterly abused and don’t have any options for abortion. They are literally risking their lives everyday.

Then I hear this entitled BS. These causes with no evidence, no science. Just more hoo and ha and disgusting hats.

These women just don’t know what they have living in America and other first world countries and they can’t even be bloody grateful. There’s always something to whine about and something that’s never enough. Most of the issues are not even real.

Don’t believe me? Let’s de-bunk a bunch of these eyesore-inducing signs.

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Credit: NY Times

Yes, they are citizens with the basic right to vote. You have no right to take that away.

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Someone with the first piece of legal, documented evidence of this come forward, please. Reality show comments and locker room exaggerated bragging doesn’t count.

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Credit: Business Insider

Sure it is. When you need an abortion (caused by consensual sex), that can be your problem because it’s your body. Don’t ask the State for help.

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Entering a country without documentation is illegal. Humans aren’t illegal, their actions are. Breaking laws means you’re committing a crime. Which means you’re a human criminal.

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Credit: ABC AU

A woman’s place is wherever the hell she wants to be. If I want to be in the kitchen, you better leave me alone there, that’s my right.

I’ll join this march once it’s held in a third world country so I can fight against child marriage, demand actual equal rights and women’s education.

4 thoughts on “Someone March Against The Wamen’s March, Please

  1. The way I see it, it’s just going to be a yearly time where we anti-feminist women and traditional wife women get to laugh at these nuts. They’re only harming themselves and making it better for women (our daughters especially) who have morals to stand out and shine like a beacon of hope to young men who still desire families. And many still do right now.

    Each year I’m gonna watch their silliness and eat popcorn and laugh with my husband. And then when our kids are old enough, show them the embarrassing pictures of these women humiliating themselves to teach them the lesson that comes from it. 🙂


    1. That sounds like a great way to approach it! Some popcorn and laughter ought to do the trick. My SO tends to get a bit annoyed and that makes me giggle at times.

      They’ll enjoy their wine and cats later on while your daughters are enjoying themselves with their choices in the future with families.


  2. Good take. It’s sad that the loud voices drown out the reasonable individuals. I’d rather not go out of my way to insult Trump, but I do take a critical eye to his actions, words, and to the actions and words of those who support him.

    I knew that his term would mean that women will have to stand up and set their boundaries. I suspected that Trump and his administration would have to be reminded that the people run the country, not him. I knew that women would have to bite back against men who grab them by the pussy, and I knew that they’d have to bite back against anyone who tries to insult them for not being stay at home moms and housewives. But on the whole, I don’t think women are communicating that in the best way.

    There’s another way rather than shouting obscenities. We don’t have to insult anyone’s choices to be moms or housewives when we try to compliment other women’s career choices. I fully respect women like you who do their own thing. I just wish the pussy hat wearers would calm down and take a different approach. There’s a difference between commanding respect and demanding respect. Demanding respect is just shouting with nothing to back it up. Command respect means earning it through your actions. You have to make people *want* to respect you. I don’t think the loud, pussy hate wearing ladies are doing that.


    1. I definitely agree that the loud voices overshadow the voices of reason. I understand Trump is not perfect though I am very critical of the movements against him. They all coincidentally turned up near the election, disappeared when he was elected and then are back again around anniversary time. There still isn’t any solid evidence either, save for his bragging, which can easily just be a proud exaggeration, knowing men.

      I do agree with you that this sort of communication doesn’t do women any favors and gives feminism a bad rap- less and less people are joining feminism. When they insult those traditional women and housewives, it’s just showing how truly intolerant they are, they’re not for tolerance- their mission is to push a totalitarian ideology that’s basically akin to Communism. That’s what it really is and that is dangerous.


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