Dangerous Faggot: “Let’s Beat Feminism Together.”

Sunday, February 28, 2016
Posted in category Feminism

I like how Milo Yiannopoulos has been disrupting college campuses one trigger at a time, as he likes to say. He is openly queer, articulate, funny, and blunt-honest outrageous. And he’s a conservative. Accordingly, he may be a Coulter-like statist on some issues, but on the topic of feminism he has been a leading anti-SJW activist. And he calls his speaking-debate tour the “Dangerous Faggot Tour.”

This month he was at the very radical, left-wing (surprise, I know) University of Michigan debating a feminist. In all of his usual candor, his closing arguments noted that it is male imaginativeness that explored the oceans, got us to the stars, built what was best about the world, and generally, he exalts the role of men in society. He says that in America today men are ridiculed and free speech is curtailed by feminism in a world where women have a stranglehold on academia and politics. His shtick – as a Brit – is to help expose a poisonous, hateful, sexist system that is finally being exposed to the public. He calls feminists a tiny, angry minority that is shrinking by the day. And he does this all very poignantly.

In this video he debates the Trump campaign with Kate Andrews from the Adam Smith Institute, who is somewhat of a Republitarian. Kate is not always bad on issues, but here she comes off as a defender of perpetually offended women and minority persons. What is important to understand about Social Justice Warrior-ism is that its greatest defenders do not have a clue that most women do not side with these shrill, 20-something Social Justice Warriors and their crazed hatred of all things male and/or traditional.

We are not perpetually offended at every turn in the road, every word uttered, and every action taken. And we are not underpaid and under-promoted in corporate America due to glass ceilings and misogyny and patriarchy. We are not offended by Donald Trump, we do not need safe spaces, we are not triggered by something we don’t agree with, and we do not genuflect at the alter of female talk TV and left-wing female academics. These people who pretend to argue for our cause and speak for us have absolutely nothing in common with most of us women.

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