December 27, 2012, - 12:36 pm
CNN Says Schlussel a “2012 Low for Women in Hollywood”; Twitter Feminazis Call for Violence Against Me
The feminists at the Coran/Crescent News Network, CNN (a/k/a are Al-Jazeera English #2), are upset with me and list one of my movie reviews as one of the “Lows for Women in Hollywood” of 2012. That’s a badge of honor. My “crime” is pointing out that all of these “she-man” warriors in the movies of late aren’t realistic, that they are absurd fantasies of the Rosie O’Donnell/”View” Hags/Gloria Steinem/Eleanor Smeal crowd on crack, and that men are still the physically stronger sex in real life. But these idiots would rather stick to their delusional cinematic propaganda that Kristen Stewart and Jennifer Lawrence can best men twice their size and weight.
This year’s influx of big screen heroines appears to be a leap toward equality, prompting praise from film critics such as A.O. Scott of The New York Times. Off screen, however, things were a little more complicated. . . . The sheer increase of strong female characters isn’t enough . . . .
Back on the big screen, Stewart’s Snow White character was berated for being too masculine by critics such as Debbie Schlussel.
“I know it’s a fairy tale, but since when was Snow White a she-man warrior?” Schlussel wrote on her website in June. “Uh, sorry, but reality check: men are the strong ones and the ones in physical fighting who win and best women.”
Come on, Stephanie, you really think Kristen Stewart can actually beat up and slay any of the guys like she did in “Snow White and the Huntsman” (read my review)? Just ain’t gonna happen . . . in the real world. And in the fairy tale, the story wasn’t Snow White as the swashbuckling prince with the male being her effeminate sidekick (the storyline of the movie). It was kinda the other way around. Just sayin’. On the other hand, at least Ms. Goldberg gave both sides (sort of). And thanks for spelling my name right and quoting me accurately.
It’s funny how CNN celebrates delusions of non-existent female supremacy over men in the West, and yet the very same network celebrates the one religion and culture–Islam–that treats women like property, baby factories, human burqa hangers, and occasional convenient homicide bombers and terrorists (probably because it’s the same religion that, along with the feminists, is helping to destroy the West–an apparent mutual goal of them and CNN).
At the same time that I’m attacked for this, CNN Entertainment reporter Stephanie Goldberg praises the fugly, depraved, sex-obsessed pig, Lena Dunham, creator and star of HBO’s disgusting, semi-pornographic, and stupid “Girls.” She’s the voice of the perverted Obama “Your First Time” campaign commercial and had gross fat chick sex with a stranger in a concrete tunnel in her “Tiny Furniture” movie (read my review). Yup, that’s the ticket!
Oh, and in the true feminist orthodoxy form, I’m not allowed to have a differing (and realistic) opinion, and so some creepy feminazis on Twitter (follow me on Twitter) are expressing their one-sided Lesbionic fantasies of violently attacking me and calling me a bitch:
The thing is, if you try to slap me, this “bitchy woman” will bring a guy to the fight to protect me, and despite what they tell you in the movies, he’ll kick your ass.
Tags: CNN, Debbie Schlussel, Feminism, highs and lows for women in hollywood, Kristen Stewart, Movie Reviews, Snow White & the Huntsman, Snow White and the Huntsman