Why Women Ruin Everything For Women
In the America of 2013 so-called feminists describe a kiss as "rapey." Happy Valentine's Day.
February 14, 2013 - 1:45 pm
It’s Valentine’s Day and romance is in the air. Am I allowed to say that? It would seem that romance is no longer allowed in American society, and I’ve recently figured out why. It’s not because of men, as women like to think. It’s because women ruin everything for women.
I’ve suspected this for some time but, last week, events transpired to confirm my suspicions. It all started with the Audi Super Bowl commercial. For those of you who missed it, a geeky guy is so overcome with confidence at being lent his dad’s Audi that he marches right into the big dance and kisses the prom queen. I loved it and, by the reaction shot, so did she. You know why? Because he was a man. Because it was romantic. No, the political correctness police opined, it was not romantic at all. In fact, it was “rapey.” Rapey.
That was bad enough, but it didn’t end there. The feminist shrews among our population then went after the iconic image of the sailor kissing a nurse in a spontaneous celebration for the allied victory over Japan in World War II. These were, by any measure, extraordinary circumstances. This VJ day kiss, one of the most romantic moments ever committed to film, the image that has made women swoon since 1945? Turns out that’s rapey, too, according to modern-day feminists. Do you know why men think women are crazy? It’s because women act crazy. And that, dear reader, is how women ruin everything for women.
If the thought of a kiss makes you think “sexual assault,” then maybe you need to rethink the people with whom you associate. Don’t project that warped world view onto the rest of society and ruin it for the normal people. The feminist minority might want Ashley Wilkes, but the rest of us want Rhett Butler.
Women complain that the available men today are beta males. We want them to man up, we want them to be bold, but what do we do when they are? We accuse them of all manner of wickedness. We can blame the men all we want, but is it really reasonable to do so? Ladies, would we not be better served to blame the true culprit: feminism? It is feminists who have men afraid to be men. It is feminists who have made it impossible for men to be strong and then berated them for their weakness. It is the rest of us who are letting them get away with it, and that has to stop.
Women – Stand against the shrews and stand up for men.
Men – Stop letting said shrews dictate your behavior. They’re not the boss of you.
And, women? Please stop ruining everything for women.
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