Since when did manufactured oppression become fashionable? “Grace” the woman who tried to make a sexual assault claim against Aziz Asari because she didn’t like how he was making out with her, oh! and stopped when she said she didn’t want to have sex with him is doing some damage to the #MeToo movement, and HLN journalist, Ashleigh Banfield has something to say about it.
Banfield is right. Hopping on a victim bandwagon for clicks and views without considering how this would ruin Ansari’s career because you had a “bad date” is a major overstep. In the second video, she talks directly to the writer of the original story who sent a nasty email attacking Banfield’s looks while claiming to be an advocate of feminism is the ultimate display of hypocrisy.
All this complaining and manufactured outrage is becoming exhausting to your men, by the by. More and more of them are coming to my YouTube channel and telling their stories about some of you. They have compassion for women who are going through real, life-threatening, career-ending, soul-crushing abuse by men, but not your whining about bad dates and fighting for the right to go shirtless and free bleed.
Maybe if you’d look more than twice at the crippling statistics black and brown women face instead of being narcissistically preoccupied with mindless pettiness, I will take your Third Wave Feminists seriously. Doubt that will happen though. Listen, little snowflakes: if going out with a guy who made out with you badly is the “worst night of your life,” you need to kiss the effing ground, you entitled, spoiled little…nevermind.
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