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The Internet Wants To Talk About Toxic Femininity
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This video is brought to you by a donation from Stephen and he wants me to cover an article called "The Internet Wants to talk about toxic femininity and gets it all wrong by a woman whose name I can't pronounce which I've linked to in the description. I'll cover it in the first half and in the second I'll discuss some new ways to red pill younger guys before they ever start dating. Now let me share a bit from that article and I quote: "The overwhelming idea of “toxic femininity” in the wake of the Johnny Depp-Amber Heard trial is that of a villainous woman leveraging laws and sympathy against men. “It’s high time we talk about toxic femininity,” say many social media commentators about the case, implicating, for some reason, Jada Pinkett Smith too in the whole affair. Comedian Bill Maher went on air to deride the infamous Oscar’s slap as Smith’s fault: “Alopecia is not leukemia… I blame toxic femininity,” he said. Even Senator Ted Cruz was posed the following question on a podcast: “The Women’s March was this weekend. We are seeing women like Amber Heard, Jada Pinkett Smith, Megan Markle, Kim Kardashian. Is it time we start talking about toxic femininity?” The more recent conversations around toxic femininity seem to be coming from men’s rights groups who have been keeping a close watch on the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial. “Amber Heard, sobbing on the witness stand, represents the red-pilled man’s most cynical fantasies of womanhood,” writes author Jessa Crispin. These reactions tell us the phrase “toxic femininity” itself is a rhetorical tool that undermines legitimate critiques of patriarchy and masculinity. Toxic masculinity lies at the heart of everything from wars, systematic rape, domestic violence, and sexual harassment. At the core of it is not only upholding rigid gender norms but also enacting the suppression of women and feminized bodies. “This use of toxic femininity is a reactionary backlash against feminist discussions of ‘toxic masculinity,’” Hannah McCann, a University of Melbourne lecturer in cultural studies, told Vice. If we are to talk about toxic femininity, therefore, men’s rights activists cannot be the ones speaking." unquote. So that's condensed version of that article. Most of it was word vomit disguised as bullshit done to baffle the brain and sound smart. The only clarity in the article comes out when she attacks men's rights groups for using toxic femininity. Saying we shouldn't be allowed to point it out because if we do it undermines women's legitimate critiques of patriarchy and toxic masculinity. She's basically saying that when men speak about women's bad behavior we are hurting them. You don't want to hurt women now do you? So you better shut up. I'll discuss more in a moment but let me first tell everyone about
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