Feminism used to be demand for equality, but today, as shown so clearly in the embarrassingly display in DC yesterday, it has become a demand for superiority by women who are admittedly, in fact proud, of being “nasty.”
That is the one statement out of the list of confused “causes” the nasties spewed throughout the day, that I can completely agree with as I watched them march, observed their nonsensical speeches, wearing pink p*ssyhats, carrying signs of vaginas, using vulgarity in public and on public television as if it is something to be proud of…. they are nasty.
Misandry was on full display as well, which for those unfamiliar with the term, is a “person who hates men.” As a women, that is what I saw on display yesterday, nasties that want to be superior, nasties that want to dominate men, but more importantly, they want to emasculate men.
As of the 2014 census there were 162 million women in the U.S. in comparison to 157 million men, so those “huge” crowds the media has been gushing over, even if we gave them the benefit of the doubt and called it a million nationwide, does not represent the other 152 million women in America, as has been made very clear all throughout the comment sections of multiple articles on the vulgar vagina event. (Click to Article)