Everyday Feminism published an article on 10 Things Every Intersectional Feminist should ask on a first date… immediately, you know that if any guy was asked any one of these questions, they should high-tail it out of there before they get falsely accused of a crime.
I’ll note all of the questions don’t actually have anything to do with the feminism, whatever that is, at this point, but signalling generic SJW topics.
But I’ll also note the author starts it out: “as a queer femme…” Interesting that these women are publishing and taking advice on dating men from someone who doesn’t even know about the topic.
I did a poll and my readers wanted me to answer these questions for them. The questions are painful enough to read on their own, so let’s go through these as a straight, normal alpha male who these feminists would never even have ask them on a date (which is why they’re so bitter):
- Do You Believe Black LIves Matter? Is a terrorist group.
- What are your thoughts on gender and sexual orientation? I’m not gonna be a jerk to someone I see on the street, cuz you shouldn’t just treat people badly, but there are healthy ways of living and there are unhealthy ways of living. Society shouldn’t encourage the unhealthy.
- How do you work to dismantle sexism and misogyny in your life? By patrolling thots.
- What are your thoughts on sex work? It’s degenerate and destroys relationships. Our society needs to stop getting loose about this and purge it.
- Are you a supporter of the BDS movement? What’s interesting is these SJW types are very anti-Semitic while they accuse everyone else of being so.
- What is your understanding of settler colonialism and indigenous rights? America won. Get over it.
- Do you think capitalism is exploitative? If you are a Honduran flower farmer and you pick a flower and I pay you 50 cents to buy it. You are better off than if I hadn’t.
- Can Any Human Be Illegal? They have to go back.
- Do you support Muslim Americans and non-Muslim people from Islamic countries? I support their forceable conversion to Christianity.
- Does your allyship include disabled folks? I don’t even understand what this means. Does that mean most feminists pick on disabled people? Cuz it seems to imply that.
And there we go. Let my couple of trolls who like to come and leave angry comments enjoy this thread today. lol
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