McDonald’s Supports Women with a Big Wac
If you’re hanging out in Lynwood, California, and have a hankering for fries and pink propaganda, drive on over to WcDonald’s. McDonald's, you see, has turned its sign upside down to celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8.
“Today — and every day — McDonald's recognizes the extraordinary contribution of women,” McDonald's spokesperson Mallory Schluter said in a statement. "We have a long history of supporting women in the workplace, giving them the opportunity to grow and succeed. In the U.S. we take pride in our diversity and we are proud to share that today, 6 out of 10 restaurant managers are women."
The national headquarters will be turning its logo upside down on social media, such as Twitter and Instagram. About a hundred restaurants across the nation will be showing the flipped logo on “packaging, crew shirts and hats and bag stuffers.” The Happy Meal is now woke!
“In celebration of women everywhere, and for the first time in our brand history, we flipped our iconic arches for International Women's Day in honor of the extraordinary accomplishments of women everywhere and especially in our restaurants,” McDonald's global chief diversity officer, Wendy Lewis, said. “From restaurant crew and management to our C-suite of senior leadership, women play invaluable roles at all levels, and together with our independent franchise owners, we're committed to their success.”
I don’t know about you but I’m done with the Ya Ya Sisterhood invading every space with swaths of pink and signs about women’s empowerment. It’s 2018, people, not 1957. We’re awash in women’s empowerment. The feminist movement isn’t even about women. It’s about a progressive ideology that sees men (the ominous Patriarchy) as oppressing women who still haven’t experienced all the utopian glories of being a woman.
In other words, “Life is hard! Whaaa! It must be someone else’s fault!”
After decades of demanding equality, women have it, but they’re not happy. They’re not happy because they don’t have equality of outcome. Their egalitarian utopia hasn’t been reached, and it must be the fault of men who they think control the levers of modern-day society.
Feminism isn’t a movement for women. It’s a fundamentally progressive ideology that demands uniform compliance in the collective quest for a feminized ideal woman, which they claim is hindered by privileged men. Feminists say they’re under siege, but they’re the ones at war with a civil society rooted in the rich traditions of Western culture, which sees people not as warring identity groups but fully integrated human beings in a cosmic battle between good and evil — not a materialistic Marxist struggle between classes.