VA’s Weeping Vaginas

Ugly Bitch Crying - Weeping VaginasVA’s weeping vaginas are especially dripping and snotty right now. Yep, the titularly female millennials of the toxic wave of feminism on the University of Mary Washington’s campus are suing their college for not sufficiently protecting them from people who “said mean things” to or about them on an anonymous social media app Yik Yak.

They claim that, by not blocking Yik Yak on the school’s Wi-Fi, the university fostered a sexually hostile environment that failed to “protect the Plaintiffs from [the] effects” of the offensive yaks.

But then, this is par for the course for the womyn of modern feminism. They demand special protections from opposing views and other things that offend them. And, to sort of give them the benefit of the doubt, these womyn have been so misraised that they are actually viscerally threatened by such things, which makes their demands logical in a way, if still heinous, counterproductive, anti-American, and rather anti-feminist.

Weeping Vaginas Aren’t Men’s Equals

Weeping vaginas that a screaming and engaging in lawfare to gain specials protections from opposing views that offend them, especially if such offense actually scares them, aren’t men’s equals. They may well be sadly the equal of the penis-bearing snowflakes but not of actual men. Indeed, they can’t even rightfully claim to believe that they’re the equals of men since they spend so much time claiming oppression and the need for coddling and protection at the expense of other’s basic freedoms.

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An Unsocial Revolution

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The Revolution Will Not Be Tweeted

This pretty much sums it up. No cohesive force for change can come from #Hashtaggery or any other form of impersonal, social-media-centric communication platform. Revolutions need leaders to shape and manage the goals and methodologies of the movement and Twitter and other such platforms don’t provide that.

At most and best, all that #Hashtaggery can provide is a generalized awareness and emotional connection with a general ideal and near-instant communication of meeting places and times. At worst, it creates a climate of generalized outrage that capitalized upon by individuals and groups looking for more generalized chaos, e.g., ISIS’ recruiting of Muslims within America’s border.

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Laugh At or With?

OK, so even creatures like the Muslims in ISIS can be funny at times…and not just when they blow themselves up or get caught fucking farm animals. The only issue I’m having is not knowing whether to laugh at these sand niggers or laugh with them this time.


Jihadi John Beheads Obama

Normally I have only limited use – ordnance and bio-chem weapons testing – for ISIS or any of the other Islamic exuberances that plague Mankind. Yet, how can I or any other patriotic American not get a chuckle out of their cartoon video of Jihadi John beheading Obama while the boy whimpers and whines? It’s freaking funny!

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