Category Archives: Radical feminists

We have a winner!

. . . for FOTM’s 152nd Caption Contest!

The FOTM writers duly voted, each for what he/she considered to be the best (#1) and second-best (#2) captions. Each #1 vote is worth 4 points; each #2 vote is worth 2 points.

And the winner of FOTM’s 152nd Caption Contest, with two #1 votes and one #2 vote, totaling 10 points, is . . .

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Here’s the winning caption:

ROGAINE. Not just for men anymore!

Zorro is in 2nd place, with two #1 votes and 8 points. Here’s his caption:

Fur: Not Just For Men!

MoFrappy is in 3rd place, with one #1 vote and 4 points. Here’s his caption:

I think she’s kinda hot. I’m going to put on a Velcro vest and go for the ride of my life!

Another chemtrailssuck caption, David, Linda and ManCavePatriot are in 4th place, each with one #2 vote and 2 points. Here are their respective captions:

Please, somebody win this contest so I don’t have to keep LOOKING at that hairy man-woman thing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! AAAAAAAAAAAAGHHH!!! CLAWING MY EYES OUT!!!!!!!!!

Mom and dad won’t quit calling me Son!

Am I a woman, Am I a man, I’ll never tell.

I’ve joined Caitlyn Jenner’s ‘Hair Club For Men’.

Well done, everyone!

Congratulations, chemtrailssuck!

Here’s your fancy-schmancy Award Certificate of Great Excellence, all ready for framing! LOL

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For all the other caption submissions, go here.

Be here tomorrow for our next very exciting Caption Contest!

~Éowyn

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Hollyweird “stars” who want our taxes to pay for Planned Parenthood abortions

These libtards apparently think 1) we care about their opinions and 2) you are too stupid to figure out how to contact your senator.

Know who to boycott.

From Daily Mail: The looming vote on the controversial Senate Republicans’ health care bill has motivated Hollywood to take part in the rancorous debate.

A-listers Jennifer Lawrence, Jon Hamm and Lena Dunham, joined a plethora of 25 more celebrities including Aubrey Plaza, Padma Lakshmi, Suki Waterhouse, Elisabeth Moss, Spike Jonze, Amy Poehler and Brie Larson among many others to create a video on Friday supporting Planned Parenthood.

In the opening frame, superimposed text reads ‘these famous faces want to help you reach your representative.’

A number of celebrities follow with their names before the actual message of the video starts with superstar director of Her and Being John Malkovich Spike Jonze.

The message ‘We need you to contact your United States senator and you can do that by visiting istandwithpp.org/call’ is then carried on by several more celebrities.

After an example of how to leave a message for senators suggesting a no vote for ‘any attempt to defund Planned Parenthood,’ a more personal message is expressed.

‘This is nothing more than a blatantly political attempt to do whatever it takes to attack women’s health and rights and take health care away from the people who need it the most,’ declare another series of celebrities.

Famous activist Gloria Steinem also appears, saying ‘the right to decide our own bodily future is the most basic of all human rights.’

In a statement accompanying the release of the video, Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood Action Fund, said: ‘We are so grateful to have the support of so many artists, many of whom have themselves relied on Planned Parenthood for health care and who understand the importance of speaking out.’

‘This support is especially important right now as the Senate is jamming through a bill that would block millions of women from getting birth control and cancer screenings at Planned Parenthood. Now is the time to speak out. One in five women in this country rely on Planned Parenthood for care. They will not stay silent as politicians vote to take away their care and their rights.’

Anticipating its universal unpopularity, Senate Republicans led by Mitch McConnell crafted the bill in secret and only released the actual text of the bill earlier this week.

The bill would end Obama’s tax penalties on people who don’t buy insurance – effectively ending the so-called individual mandate – and on larger companies that don’t offer coverage to their workers, according to AP.

It would offer less generous subsidies for people than Obama’s law but provide billions to states and insurance companies to buttress markets that in some areas have been abandoned by insurers, and has language blocking federal money Planned Parenthood.

Democrats said the measure would result in skimpier policies and higher out-of-pocket costs for many and erode gains made under Obama that saw roughly 20 million additional Americans gain coverage.

DCG

Feminism: Vogue magazine tells women to be witches

Vogue is a women’s fashion magazine.

But in a June 19, 2017 article by contributing editor Christina Perez, the fashion magazine is urging women frustrated by “the current [Trump] administration” to “awaken your inner witch” and “feminist powers”.

Vogue‘s Perez quotes Lisa Lister, author of a recently-published book, Witch: Unleashed. Untamed. Unapologetic:

“For so long it’s [witch] been a term that’s been used to demonize, stigmatize, and repress women. But right now, the word is being reclaimed.

Women across the globe are actively using the word ‘witch’ as a way to describe themselves because the witch is waking. The part of us that’s been anesthetized, domesticated, tamed, and kept numb by food, shopping, alcohol, and drugs is now awakening within us. We are re-membering the dis-membered parts of being a woman—who we all were before patriarchy put all our fierce and feminine powers into the darkness, called them taboo, and then taught us all to be afraid of the dark.”

Asked to define what a “witch” is, Lister said:

A witch is a woman in her power. She’s wise, a healer—someone who is aligned with the cycles of nature and the phases of the moon. She’s in touch with the dark. She knows how to witness, how to let things go, how to follow her own counsel. Every woman is a witch, whether she knows it or not. She’s cyclic, she’s powerful, she can embrace nature to heal herself and her community. In other words, she is magic.”

Lister then describes a “simple” ritual to awaken a woman’s “inner witch”:

  • Make a Yoni Mudra triangle over your womb (lower abdomen) with your hands by placing the tips of your thumbs together and the tips of your first fingers together. Yoni means sacred temple in Sanskrit.
  • Loudly chant “I call back my power now” three times.
  • Bring your hands to your hearts and say: “So mote it be” — which seems to be Wicca’s equivalent of “Amen”.

Reporting for LifeSiteNews, June 22, 2017, Claire Chretien points out that there is a growing, worldwide anti-President Trump movement that encourages people to cast “binding spells” on him, invoking the assistance of “demons of the infernal realms” and other spirits. The anti-Trump “spell” contains similar language to witch Lisa Lister’s ritual. Anti-Trump witches most recently encouraged people to curse Trump on June 21, the summer solstice.

H/t FOTM‘s MomOfIV

See also:

Pray for President Trump!

~Eowyn

What feminism/Trump Derangement Syndrome does to pretty women…

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America Ferrera

katy perry

Katy Perry

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Lena Dunham

lady gaga

Lady Gaga

scarlett johansson

Scarlett Johansson

debra messing

Debra Messing

ashley judd

Ashley Judd

chelsea handler

Chelsea Handler

You may not agree that all these women were “pretty” before feminism took over their lives (and I’m sure many of these photos were Photoshopped).

Yet we can agree that these womyn looked better before they became infected with feminism and their Trump Derangement Syndrome. Just goes to show that hate isn’t a very pretty trait.

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Ain’t feminism grand? Amber Rose announces, “Haven’t been f***ed in 2017”

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#hoeislife

Hey Amber: You know you’ve gone too far when you’ve lost Piers Morgan.

From Daily Mail: Amber Rose loves to look like a sex kitten loose on Instagram. And the 33-year-old Philadelphia native did just that on Saturday by sticking out her tongue and her bottom in a series of pinup images.

This comes just as the ex of Kanye West and Wiz Khalfia said she has not had sex this year.

Last week she caused a frenzy with a very sexy nude photo to promote her third annual SlutWalk in October. The photo was removed by Instagram as it violated the company’s no-nudity policy. So she seems to like to go over-the-top online.

And on Thursday she was at it again.

The talk show host, 33, shared a meme with the note: ‘When it’s six months into 2017 and you still haven’t been f***ed yet.’

The best friend of Blac Chyna added: ‘When the world thinks you have Orgies all day and mad dudes because ur sexually confident and body positive but really you’re a full-time mom/ businesswoman and literally have no time for penis #hoeislife tho.’

She last dated Val Chmerkovskiy after meeting him on Dancing With The Stars. But the two split in February. Before that the pinup was linked to French Montana, who used to date Khloe Kardashian. The blonde looker has son Sebastian, aged four, with ex-fiancé Wiz Khalifa.

And several years ago she was the girlfriend of West, who is now married to Kim Kardashian with whom he has two kids: North and Saint.

If you care to know about any additional details about this feminist’s sex life, read the rest of the story here.

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The ‘I’m hairy and I’m proud’ Caption Contest

This is the 152nd world-famous FOTM Caption Contest!

Here’s the pic:

You know the drill:

  • Enter the contest by submitting your caption as a comment on this thread (scroll down until you see the “LEAVE A REPLY” box), not via email or on Facebook.
  • The winner of the Caption Contest will get a gorgeous Award Certificate of Excellence and a year’s free subscription to FOTM:D
  • FOTM writers will vote for the winner.
  • Any captions proffered by FOTM writers, no matter how brilliant (ha ha), will not be considered. :(

This contest will be closed in a week, at the end of next Tuesday, June 20, 2017.

To get the contest going, here’s my caption (sung to the tune of Helen Reddy’s song, “I Am Woman”:

I am hairy, hear me roar
in falsetto too squeaky to ignore,
I’m too hairy in my armpits to pretend.
Cause I’ve tried to shave before,
Belly button hair on the floor,
No man’s ever gonna force me to shave again!
If I have to,
I can do anything!
I am strong,
I am smelly,
I am hairy!

For the winner of our last Caption Contest, go here.

~Eowyn

Ms. Magazine feminist: Wonder Woman should be a short, fat, black lesbian

Wonder Woman, a new movie, is breaking box office records.

It had the biggest opening weekend ever for a female director (Patty Jenkins) and is the highest-grossing comic book superhero movie with a female lead — Gal Gadot, who plays Wonder Woman. As of June 11, 2017, Wonder Woman has grossed $206.3 million in the United States and Canada and $230.2 million in other territories for a worldwide total of $436.5 million, against a production budget of $149 million.

But feminists are crabby about the movie because of its portrayal of Wonder Woman as a tall, thin, white, “heteronormal” and caring woman.

Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman

Writing for the Ms. Magazine Blog on June 5, 2017, Stephanie Abraham gripes:

Why couldn’t Wonder Woman be a woman of color? When it was announced that Gadot would play Wonder Woman, audiences went wild body shaming her for not having large enough breasts. One can only imagine the white supremacy that would have emerged had the announcement said instead that she would be played by a Black woman. […] Also, while the female warriors are strong and ass-kicking, they all have tall, thin body types and they all could be models on a runway. In fact, in a pivotal battle scene, Wonder Woman struts across the battlefield as if on a catwalk. As a result, their physical strength plays second fiddle to their beauty, upholding the notion that in order to access power women must be beautiful in a traditional way. Especially with the body positivity movement gaining steam, the film could have spotlighted female warriors with fat, thick and short body types. While people have said that warriors can’t be fat, some of our best paid male athletes are, particularly linebackers on the football field, and no one doubts their physical strength.

Another problem is that the story’s overt queerness gets sublimated by heteronormativity. Diana comes from a separatist commune of women who have intentionally chosen to live without men. In one of the first scenes between Diana and Steve, she explains that she read 12 volumes of a series on sex that concluded that while men are required for reproduction, when it comes to female pleasure, they’re unnecessary. While a love story develops between them, a requirement in superhero stories, Diana thankfully doesn’t compromise her integrity for him.

In the end, Wonder Woman concludes that “only love can save the world.” While this may be true, I’ve never heard any other superhero say so. Why couldn’t Wonder Woman fight for justice and eliminate bad guys without having to in the end make it about love? Perhaps a more interesting question is: Why don’t male superheroes do the same?

While people argue that women are “feminine” and naturally more inclined to love, this thinking quickly slides into dangerous assumptions like women are more cut out for caring for children and processing feelings. This gender essentialism not only keeps women in the home, it undercuts men’s emotional and creative capabilities. It also reflects the current double standard that women can have it all, but in order to do so we have to work harder than everyone else and carry it all on our shoulders.

Stephanie Abraham

If Stephanie Abraham’s pic on the Ms. blog is to be believed, she is thin, white, and blonde — the epitome of WASPness, despite her Jewish last name, and the very opposite of the “short, fat and black” attributes she insists Wonder Woman should have. Hypocrite!

~Eowyn