This is a blog mainly dedicated to the Privilege Denying Feminist and Feminist Cunt memes. There will also be many posts discussing any shortcomings and hypocrisies of the feminist movement.
dear feminists who say misandry isn’t real because it isn’t institutionalized like misogyny is
even if that were true (which it’s not), you know how you hate it when someone tells you that you’re not allowed to be upset about something because someone out there has it worse than you?
guess what you’re doing
To be perfectly honest, Erin Pizzey is absolutely one of my role models. She put up with so much shit from feminists, but she is still so strong. They killed her fucking pet, and they threatened to harm her family. She had to flee her own country in the end, because she was afraid of what feminists might do to her and her loved ones.
Learning about her was what made me begin to question my identification as a feminist.
“It’s all about color. It’s about people deciding what you deserve. About people wanting what they don’t deserve. About whites thinking they run this world no matter what.”
Reblogging myself, because this is and will always be true.
Ain’t saying I hate all white people but you know this is true.
how do i reach deez kiiiids (spanish accent)
did you even watch this movie
did you fucking watch freedom writers
it was about softening racial divides and helping inspire kids who literally live every day of their lives in fear to rise above it and make a good life for themselves
good job on completely taking this out of context
The way sjws are praising this, is similar to when nazis/boneheads praise American History X (another movie that has an anti-racist message in the end).
Hey! Some context is exceedingly appropriate at this moment!
"Freedom Writers" takes place in LA immediately after the LA Riots in 1992, a time of extreme racial discrimination and prejudice in that city. Erin Gruwell becomes a teacher at a newly integrated high school. She’s excited and passionate about teaching until she gets “stuck” with the “not achieving” kids (otherwise known as the non-white kids, most of whom are black or Latino). The students self-segregate, there’s miniature wars as many of them are in opposing gangs, and they completely undermine everything she attempts to teach them because they don’t care. And you know why they don’t care? Because they can’t possibly see why education is relevant in a world where they’re fighting just to live to see another day, fighting to get home without being shot or threatened or watching their friends get killed. They’ve got way more on their minds than an English book.
Until Erin helps them find some common ground. She sticks a line of tape onto the ground and asks them questions, asking them to step onto the line if the question pertains to them. Questions like “are you in a gang” and “have you ever watched a friend die?” She is truly one of the only people that wants to help these kids; she faces opposition by the department head (played, very fittingly, by the same woman who plays Umbridge) and the English teacher of the “achieving” white students, who outranks her seniority-wise. And those kids learn and grow from each other, and they become a family of sorts.
You wanna know what OTHER quote was in this movie?
"Maybe we should talk about art. Tito’s got real talent, don’t you think? You know something? I saw a picture just like this once, in a museum. Only it wasn’t a black man, it was a Jewish man. And instead of the big lips he had a really big nose, like a rat’s nose. But he wasn’t just one particular Jewish man. This was a drawing of all Jews. And these drawings were put in the newspapers by the most famous gang in history. You think you know all about gangs? You’re amateurs. This gang will put you all to shame. And they started out poor and angry and everybody looked down on them. Until one man decided to give them some pride, an identity… and somebody to blame. You take over neighborhoods? That’s nothing compared to them. They took over countries. You want to know how? They just wiped out everybody else. Yeah, they wiped out everybody they didn’t like and everybody they blamed for their life being hard. And one of the ways they did it was by doing this: see, they print pictures like this in the newspapers, Jewish people with big, long noses… blacks with big, fat lips. They’d also published scientific evidence that proved that Jews and blacks were the lowest form of human species. Jews and blacks were more like animals. And because they were just like animals it didn’t matter if they lived or died. In fact, life would be a whole lot better if they were all dead. That’s how a holocaust happens. And that’s what you all think of each other."
She teaches them about the Holocaust, and gives them Anne Frank. And Eva, that girl in the gifset up there? Yeah she identifies HARD with Anne Frank. And she is so terribly upset when she gets to the end and of course Anne dies and goes storming up to Erin and goes, “Why didn’t you tell us she dies? If she dies, then what about me? Huh? What are you saying about that? I can’t believe they got her. That ain’t supposed to happen in the story…that ain’t right!” And another student simply says, “Because it’s true.”
And he, just seconds later, explains why Anne Frank is so important. “She was our age, man. Anne Frank understands our situation. My situation. And that Gies lady, that one that helped hide them…I like her.”
This entire movie was about, as the above commentator said, softening racial divides. Eva, a Latino, “hates” white people because she saw her dad get carted off to jail just because he was in the vicinity when a shooting happened, and because they don’t seem to do anything to help her in her life, and she feels HELPLESS. These kids felt helpless and like they had absolutely no control over their lives. Taking this quote out of context is like taking that one quote from Leviticus that is supposedly about homosexuality out of context: you understand nothing but the quote itself, and not even why it was said. Eva doesn’t hate white people; she hates what some of them do…the cops, specifically. That quote is also taken from the very beginning of the movie and she develops quite a lot throughout the movie (I adore her character arc).
Also it was based on a true story, and Erin Gruwell is a real person, if anyone’s interested. She’s the founder of the Freedom Writers Foundation.
There are people in this world who are being doused with acid for not being obedient enough or just for being who they are, and we’re sitting here arguing over whether the word “bossy” should be banned in schools because it “oppresses little girls”? I’m disgusted. I really am.
i have seen feminists arguing for circumcision on the basis that it makes the penises of infant boys easier to clean for them
when you chop off bits of someone’s body
of course there’s less to clean
what a terrible argument
You also have to, like, clean an open wound that’s stored in a diaper for a while.
Anyone who uses that argument shouldn’t be allowed to reproduce, period.
If you attempt to justify cutting off part of someone’s body by saying that it’s less work for you, for the love of god, don’t become a parent. Raising a child is something you shouldn’t cut corners with.
why do people say “don’t be a pussy” when talking about weakness more like “don’t be a man’s ego” because you know there isn’t nothing more fragile than that
because “pussy” is the shortened form of the word “pusillanimous”, which means “timid, cowardly”
and not the slang word for the female genital region?
literally no one else knows this. nobody.
mimimarcus: WTF?!! I’m all for girl power but this is beyond ridiculous. Being a boss, no matter girl or boy, requires the ability to listen and consider criticism even when you think it’s a little unfair. If someone calls you bossy, do a little self-reflection, seek other opinions, and revise approach as necessary…like solving any problems. What’s wrong with that?!! Why pout and start a national campaign to blame boys?!! How’s that productive?!!
I cannot take all this feminism bullshit anymore. The first and second waves of feminism had clearly defined goals such as the right to vote or equal economic opportunities. What are the goals of this supposedly feminist movement? Girls can call boys bossy but not vice versa? I smell double standards! If they don’t have any goals, why do they keep crying foul? And for what? Demanding attention? Then, who’s bossy now?
I don’t care who they are. Be it Condoleezza Rice, Beyonce, or Jane Lynch… I won’t be able to take them seriously now. These are wealthy and powerful women and they seem to NOT being able to think for themselves and just herd together like blind sheep when it comes to feminism or issues related to feminism.
Ironically, this is degrading to women everywhere. Not all women automatically blame their shortcomings on men. Not all women see men as opposing but rather complementary. Men need women; women need men, and together we’re one human race who are much more productive when working together and not against. When will these “feminist” twits get this?
The Youtube comments just went off on this. This is also one of the few times I can recall ever saying “hey, you’ll want to actually read the Youtube comments!”
#major feminist issues
Just googled it… It honestly seems like one of those campaigns that won’t accomplish anything substantial other than making the participants feel good about themselves.
I know some would argue that it’s the fault of the media that women have these body issues in the first place, but, regardless, it seems like most attempts to portray the media as a bad influence on children is also an attempt to ignore parental influences (like with video games and exposing children to violence; the only kids who are more likely to become violent are ones who are exposed to violence regularly in their everyday lives, like abusive parents).
Basically, if your children are so easily brainwashed by the media, you’re doing something wrong as a parent.
Even if it means driving away some small niche groups, any sort of business will pander to a majority. Driving away feminists is a good way of ensuring that visits to a website won’t end up being repeated (at least, not very often).
I don’t have it on hand, but I’m sure just poking around the site can yield similar results (assuming that your relatives haven’t seen the “Have you beat up your bf? Cuz we have” article and would do a double take upon viewing it).