Denouncing Normalcy

Hating Mother's Day Is Denouncing NormalcyHating Mother’s Day Is Denouncing Normalcy

Sunday was 2017’s Mother’s Day and it passed with somewhat more issues and complaints than in previous years. Apparently, to certain sorts Mother’s Day is offensive.

Some of some sort’s complaints about celebrating Mother’s Day:

  • It’s inherently “gendered”
  • It’s glorifies motherhood and elevates mothers
  • It’s homophobic
  • It’s misogynous

The one thing that all of these complaints have in common is that they are all based upon denouncing normalcy as wrong, bigoted, and evil because, and solely because, the abnormal aren’t part of it. That’s the our domestic enemies think and/or emote; to them, anything that isn’t explicitly inclusive of abnormal, non-normative, or minority groups, individuals, and/or behaviors is bigoted, hateful, and wrong.

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The Culture Code: An Ingenious Way to Understand Why People Around the World Live and Buy as They Do
The Queer Art of Failure (a John Hope Franklin Center Book)
Bobby Kennedy: The Making of a Liberal Icon

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Gendered Public Housing

Sadly, we’re forced to hear the womyn of the current, toxic wave of Feminists rant, rail, scream, and whine about sexism and “The Patriarchy.” While sane people understand that these strident complaints are both groundless and merely the desperate demand for attention by failed women, they may have a point within the narrow context of public housing. The rules governing which housing the state will provide for those unable to support their children is highly gendered.

Gendered Public HousingGendered Public Housing In America

You see, there is something akin to “The Patriarchy.” We as a society certainly do hold women to lower standard than men in some ways and in some contexts. 😉

Of course, we’re we to treat women who are unable or unwilling to support their children as we do the males – I won’t call them men – who behave in this way, the Feminists would strap on their pussy hats and go crazy in the streets. This is simply because Feminism isn’t about sexual equality; it’s about garnering more, and more, and more special privileges, protections, and monies for females.

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Dear Ijeawele, or A Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions
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A Day Without…

A Day Without what exactly?My fellow Americans, in case you didn’t notice it, and you probably didn’t aside from word of it filling up your social media feeds, we recently had #ADayWithoutWomen. This protest reasonably closely followed the equally unremarkable and largely unremarked #ADayWithoutImmigrants. In both cases the response by America at large was a non-response. We, as a nation, weren’t really bothered and neither noticed nor cared.

Not that this should in any way be surprising. In all likelihood they got the idea from the Blacks, who periodically try to have A Day Without Black People – #hashtagged various things like #BoycottBlackFriday, #BlackFridayBlackout, and #NotOneDime – where they try and fail to make an impact by not buying anything from Whites on Black Friday.

Frankly, these attempts reach a pinnacle – or maybe nadir, depending on your outlook – irony that is rarely achieved. In trying to show their worth and power, all they’ve managed to do is show their irrelevance to the nation as a whole.

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The Society's Demon
The Vanishing Middle Class: Prejudice and Power in a Dual Economy (MIT Press)
Confessions of a Domestic Failure: A Humorous Book About a not so Perfect Mom
Feminist Activity Book
Protest Stencil Toolkit

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