What better social caste to stridently rant and rave about “women’s rights” and “male dominated workspaces” than an entitled, megarich, spoiled group of Hollyweird cunts who make fortunes blue collar men dare not dream of by playing pretend in front of a camera? That should show us how we all need to change.
Apparently, a full-scale return to Puritanism is in order not just culturally, but sartorially as actresses on their way to virtue signal in the lime light don full-length, black funeral dresses that harken back to the days of overt sexual repression in America.
They’re wearing them to entertainment industry trade shows as they give themselves awards for playing pretend, in support of fallacious narratives including #MeToo which has sparked a series of modern witch trials. It started with the Golden Globes last month, but it won’t end there.
However, the repressive choice in clothing does seem to be an appropriate choice for a #MeToo movement (lumped in with other hamster wheel pseudo-movements grounded in misandry) that’s doing just that – returning Anglo America to its Puritan, anti-sex, anti-male, pre-Enlightenment roots. The Cut reports these chicks want to be pioneers, of sorts, and are just getting started:
People reports this is expected to be one of the first sartorial protests at the Golden Globes, but the issue will be central during awards season.
Isn’t that rich? Entitled white women – who already live better than women in the rest of the world thanks to the tireless work of the men they despise who dreamed up, engineered, and constructed the entire world around them – making “nonnegotiable demands” of working class men who make less in a year than they spend on dresses?
Of course, there was plenty of typical, leftist boilerplate about evil men and divine women published by the mainstream mierda in support of the ruse. A group of harridans composed of Kristen Bell, Meryl Streep, Emma Stone and other
spoiled brats actresses published a letter of demands in The New York Times. They boldly proclaimed “Time’s Up” for heterosexual men with normal sex drives:
“The clock has run out on sexual assault, harassment and inequality in the workplace. It’s time to do something about it. The struggle for women to break in, to rise up the ranks and to simply be heard and acknowledged in male-dominated workplaces must end; time’s up on this impenetrable monopoly.”
The demands, as usual, include more privileges for women and less legal protections, and well… less humanity towards men. What better way to show your contempt for men that have been burned in a series of witch trials with no due process than dressing like your best friend died? The Times writes:
Among other suggested actions, Time’s Up also requests that women walking the red carpet at the Golden Globes “speak out and raise awareness by wearing black.”
This is a narrative we’ve long been covering here at this humble blog. Even former Trump advisor Steve Bannon echoes TNMM and Anglobitch when discussing the regression back into sexual repression currently underway, illustrated by the black dress movement. Bannon said of the #MeToo movement and associated witch trials:
“It’s even more powerful than populism. It’s deeper. It’s primal. It’s elemental. The long black dresses and all that — this is the Puritans! It’s anti-patriarchy.”
Indeed, it is Puritanism and anti-patriarchy. A full-scale reversion to matriarchy will destroy men and destroy civilization as Oxford-educated anthropologist J.D. Unwin proved happened every single time it was tried across 80 tribes and 6 civilizations.
Isn’t that what this is really all about? Socialists embedded in the American corporate-government complex destroying everything they hate so the world can be molded in their own dystopian, totalitarian image?
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