Burkinis Are Not The Answer To Feminism    

  By: Katie Petrick
   Published : May 3, 2019

To all the ladies of the world, and those beta males who are overcompensating, please stop calling yourselves feminists. For your sake and safety, be brave and step out of the indoctrinated mass that believes having a vagina makes you downtrodden.

The truth is that women got the right to vote nearly 100 years ago, and life since then has gotten better and better. But because victimhood is easier than independent thinking, women have been ordered to be feminists and support their sisters, truth be damned. “Woe is me” does just roll off the tongue, but so does “screw you.” For the record, an individual can choose either path to go down when faced with the option.

Unfortunately, we have hit the point where the equity pendulum is swinging back to the men, and it is the fault of feminists and those males who think they are females. The incongruity of the messaging from the feminist movement has demonstrated this time and time again. And in just the past week, it has shown several examples.

On Monday, April 29, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit’s Twitter account posted a photo of model and activist Halima Aden wearing a burkini and a hijab. The 21-year-old Somali American makes history as the first woman to do so in a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition.

All the feminists were then heard rejoicing. But the fact is, the model is wearing a burkini, which is an incompatible representation of the feminist movement. Women in this issue of Sports Illustrated are celebrated for their sexual immodesty and ability to freely express themselves. But the burqa, and specifically the hijab, is a symbol of sexual modesty for religious purposes, from a religion that does not encourage freedom of expression by women. The hijab demonstrates submission to men, which is condemned by the feminists.

The same confusion and inconsistency shines through anti-Semite and proud fellow Somali American Muslim Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN), who says the hijab is power, liberation, beauty, and resistance. But the Quran disputes that pretty clearly. Omar, along with her fellow freshman fresh faces Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), have spent the first months of their terms pushing the radicalization of feminism. That is, they push for women unless Islam is involved, in which case the female component must bow down within the intersectional hierarchy.

With the inconsistencies, Sports Illustrated is well on its way to the slippery slope. And speaking of a slippery slope, Sports Illustrated better have a trans person on the next cover, because you know, not all women have vaginas according to leftist logic.

This is why transgender women are taking away weightlifting records from actual women. Mary Gregory is a biological male who, on Sunday, April 29, set the Masters powerlifting world record in women’s squat, bench press, and deadlift, and then an overall total world record. Gregory wore a shirt that states: Share the platform. Because Gregory believes he deserves to be demolishing women’s records; so move over ladies.

Girls and women are told that they are feminists, glorious female warriors and then, in the same breath, they are told that biological men get to “compete” in female sports. This is the point: confuse and then manipulate. The end result explains why females are lighting up the college campuses with their feminist frenzy about empowerment. They have the least bit of shame in demonstrating in favor of abortions and support for Planned Parenthood. The indoctrinated feminists at the University of Texas-San Antonio is just one example. Without hesitation there is a shout of “I’m just so slutty. I got pregnant, so I had to get an abortion.” And then as they stand among the “fetus graveyard” they chant: “Stop, hey what’s that sound? All the fetuses are in the ground.” What these students fail to understand is that they are literally killing off the next generation of recruits to their movement.

This is what feminism is doing for women, and it is not a ya-ya sisterhood for which any woman should desire to be a part.

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