There is nothing quite as entertaining as when a feminazi goes full crazy, and this year for the “No shave November” campaign that men have been a part of for years to outline male cancer and suicide is not out of their realm of things to attack for no apparent reason other than to garner a bit more attention. That’s right men, gear up, the feminists think that you are unfairly throwing around your masculinity and it is causing them to fight back!
Nothing is safe nor sacred when it comes to a good SJW attack. Women who claim to be empowered by their freewill and choices sure do a lot of attacking of others trying to exercise those very same things for themselves. The irony is becoming almost painful.
Reported by Meninist :
Feminists, the reason why we can’t have nice things.
Whenever we get a good thing going, be it Bear Grylls’ show ‘The Island’ or No-Shave November, SJWs have to swoop in to save us from our own misogyny.
From Heat St:
“For about a decade, men across the globe have forgone shaving in November to raise awareness about men’s health issues, from prostate cancer to male suicide.”
The tradition had a good run, but now, suddenly, No-Shave November (also known as Movember) is apparently problematic.
Social-justice warriors worldwide have rushed to point out how the month-long event, regardless of its good intentions, is too gendered. In a nearly unintelligible run-on sentence published by Sydney’s Daily Telegraph this month, one critic wrote:
“It’s disappointing that what could’ve served as a much-needed dialogue about the many ways in which men, trans men included, can express their masculinity without resorting to chauvinist caricatures is in danger of devolving into at best a pissing contest between bros about who can grow the most facial hair to prove their manliness and at worst an implicit endorsement of 1950s-style gender norms, complete with transphobia.”
"feminism fights for men too"
"movember is just a campaign to celebrate masculinity" pic.twitter.com/5hSzmWTQk3
— Mrs. PandaAsAllFuck (@DrtyHippiePanda) November 4, 2016
Other critics have argued that No-Shave November perpetuates “toxic masculinity” by imposing a one-size-fits-all definition about what it looks like, and means, to be a man.
For instance, SJWs really hate stuff like this.
— Esquire Network (@EsquireNetwork) November 19, 2016
“Movember irritates me because it’s not so much about cancer awareness as masculinity awareness. … Movember says that we protect men by celebrating masculinity. And that’s ridiculous,” wrote Jacob Brogan in Slate last November.
Movember has also received criticism from feminists, who say it’s not inclusive to women.
“Society views male body hair as natural—but the same cannot be said of women,” complains Jessica Bansbach in a SUNY student newspaper. “When women join No-Shave, they are often met with disgust from the people in their lives, males and females alike.”
Some women are participating anyway, growing out armpit and leg hair.
no shave november, keep your gender roles far away from me I'm joining in
— abbie fairchild (@abbiefairchild) November 2, 2016
Also during this no shave November pls remember that anyone of any gender can participate not just men
— mallow (@coolpatroI) November 2, 2016
Let's try 'No Shave November'? 😉
After all… feminists, egalitarian, gender equality, etc etc.
— Born Alpha 😉 (@SharmiliChudail) November 1, 2016
U heard it here 1st !!!! Natural Female body hair = NOT ALLOWED 😩😷
Ladies.. if u don't shave.. keep a lookout 👀 bigfoots comin! (HEADASS) https://t.co/NTTSALEK6q
— lynds (@LyndseyCase) November 15, 2016
If you thought this might make a great thesis for a grad student… you’re both correct and a little behind the curve.
Take this satire-proof academic paper, entitled “Mo Bros: Masculinity, Irony and the Rise of Movember,” which centers around two ideas: “brand(ed) activism and ironic masculinity—to conceptualize how Movember enables problematic understandings of gender and philanthropy while constraining the space for politicized discussions about health and masculinity.”
(The dissertation also “explore[s] the relationship of Movember to the broader cultural trends including shaving and grooming rituals, hipster culture, kitsch and retro commodities, the politics of selfies, and hockey’s playoff beard.”)
… More like No-Fun November.”
Did anyone else lose brain cells reading those tweets? As a woman myself I am ashamed of the collective insanity being pushed by these women. I would like to apologize to all the manly men out there, and say that not all women are really this ignorant or self-serving. Having said that lets issue a challenge to all of these feminazi’s shall we?
I challenge any woman angry that men are men to find a way to be less whiney about reality and to come up with a way to grow some amazing beards that will put all of these men to shame! And GO!
H/T [ Meninist ]