Captain Marvel Offers More Evidence Feminism is Sexism

Captain Marvel is a fantasy movie whose main character is a female superhero played by feminist actress Brie Larson.  Feminists are using this movie to promote sexism and express hatred toward men.

Feminist Constance Grady wrote:
" [The film] has to be good enough to make up for decades of movies that relentlessly focused on the narratives of straight white men. It has to give women a superhero in whom they can see themselves and their lives (one character! To reflect the experiences of every single woman!). And in turn, viewers - especially women - have to see themselves in Captain Marvel. If they don't, maybe its because of their male privilege (men) or their internalized misogyny (everyone else). Good feminist viewers have to do their part to lift this movie up, because don't you want women to get representation?"
Grady does not want this film to be a simple fantasy story for entertainment. Instead, she wants a Nazi like propaganda film emphasizing women.  Also, Grady can barely conceal her contempt for men.

And to show how out of touch with reality she is, Ms Grady also stated:
"Captain Marvel has to make enough money to prove that movies starring women can do well”
Grady acts as if there has never been a movie starring a women. Maybe she never heard of "Wizard Of OZ", a popular movie starring a women THAT WAS MADE OVER 70 YEARS AGO!  Or how about 'Alien' - A MOVIE FROM 1979! What the feminist is tacitly saying is she does not want to see any movies with lead male characters.

Feminist Alyssa Klein tweeted:
"I'm so excited to finally see Marvel's first woman superhero movie. I'm less excited about the fact that many of the biggest publications are having men write their #CaptainMarvel reviews. Want proof? Here's a thread of Captain Marvel reviews written by men."
 "To be clear: I believe the majority of #CaptainMarvel reviews at major publications should be written by women (but not *only* women). I enjoyed our conversation and I'm excited to continue this important discussion!"
Klein is advocating a sexist system where work is obtained on the basis of gender.

The feminist website 'Mary Sue'   tweeted:
"All the negative reviews for #CaptainMarvel are from men"
The website believes there should be no criticism of this movie because it featured a female main character.  Additionally,, the feminist website is trying to invalidate any male viewpoint.

Lastly, the film features feminist actress Brie Larson. She has previously stated:
"I don't need a 40-year-old white dude to tell me what didn't work about A Wrinkle in Time. It wasn't made for him! I want to know what it meant to women of color, biracial women, to teen women of color, to teens that are biracial."

She also said:
"the movie was the biggest and best opportunity I could have ever asked for. It was, like, my superpower. This could be my form of activism: doing a film that can play all over the world and be in more places than I can be physically."
 Larson is a messenger of hate. She judges people on the basis of their gender and skin color. Additionally, she wants to use this movie as a propaganda platform to project her sexism and prejudice 'all over the world'.

The statements from feminists concerning Captain Marvel provide more evidence feminism is an ideology based on sexism and hate.

March 17, 2019

TIME Reporter Angered by NHL Mansplaining

Kendall Coyne Schofield, a female hockey player who helped the United States capture the gold medal at the 2018 Winter Olympics, was invited as an on-air analyst for an NHL game between the Tampa Bay Lightning and Pittsburgh Penguins.  Her partner was longtime NHL analyst Pierre McGuire.

At the beginning of the broadcast, McGuire told Schofield  "Tampa's going to be on your left, Pittsburgh's going to be on your right. What are you expecting out of this game?  We're paying you to be an analyst, not be a fan tonight.”

Feminist reporter Melissa Locker became angered.  She claimed  McGuire was trying to explain hockey to a female gold medal hockey player.

Locker states:
"In 2014, the Oxford English Dictionary named "mansplain" as a runner-up for their word of the year. According to the dictionary, to mansplain is to explain something to someone, typically a man to woman, in a manner regarded as condescending or patronizing"
Locker also stated
"Now, McGuire faces backlash for his remarks hockey to an athlete who theoretically knows how the sport works better than him and most, because even though he did coach for one season, as USA Today points out, McGuire hasn't played hockey in the NHL"
The only backlash McGuire is facing is from female chauvinist reporters. All McGuire did was state Tampa Bay was on the left and Pittsburgh was on the right. Big deal. Many sports broadcast lead off with similar such statements.

The real issue here is the feminist derogatory phrase 'mansplaining". The phrase implies that a man should never explain anything to a woman because men are not as smart as women. Ms. Locker was triggered when a mere male took the lead position over a woman in the broadcast by stating Tampa Bay was on the left and Pittsburgh was on the right. Anything McGuire said after this was considered mansplaining by the feminist. She then used her position as a journalist to attack him.

Lastly, Melissa Locker's statement  "McGuire hasn't played hockey in the NHL" is irrelevant because NEITHER HAS KENDALL COYNE SCHOFIELD.

USAToday and ESPN had similar articles.

The incident is another example of the sexist feminist culture within some segments of the media.

January 31, 2019

Feminist Bigotry Suffers Defeat At Tulane

Tulane University recently reached an agreement with the federal government to stop discriminating against male students. The University had multiple scholarship and financial aid programs that were available only to female students.

The agreement follows a complaint placed with the Education Department's Office for Civil Rights by Virginia Title IX attorney Margaret Valois. She argued that six of Tulane's scholarships were discriminatory because male students were barred from receiving them. The scholarships included the Landor Lewis and Shirley Gauff Award and the Grace Hopper Celebration Award, as well as the school's Summer Internship Funding Grant, which provided up to $2,000 annually for female students.

"Tulane's implementation of Title IX provides greater educational opportunities for female students than for male students. When opportunities and benefits are offered to one group because of their sex … it is patently unfair," said Valois in August when she filed the complaint.

PJ Media stated that male students are already a minority at Tulane and therefore, providing scholarships that only benefit the school's majority is unethical and discriminatory.

The agreement states: "By September 6, 2019, Tulane will ensure that it is not treating male students differently on the basis of sex by providing different amounts of financial assistance, limiting eligibility for financial assistance … or otherwise discriminating with respect to financial assistance,"

Unsurprisingly, feminists are dismayed that discrimination against men is not acceptable.

"Not all women have seen the gains from affirmative action," said Onyeka-Crawford, of the National Women's Law Center, who notes that women of color are still underrepresented in higher education. However, she had no problem with black men being underrepresented.

Onyeka-Crawford also stated "It is concerning that they're (Department of Education) not dismissing these complaints outright,”

Feminist Suzanna Danuta Walters, director of the Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies program at Northeastern University angrily stated “I will be sympathetic to these arguments when we have something like pay equity," It should be noted Walters is the same feminist who wrote "Why can't we hate men?"

In addition to Ms Valois, another pioneer looking to shatter feminist barriers against men is Mark Perry. He is challenging the legality of girls-only science and coding summer camps. Over the past two months, he has filed Title IX complaints with 23 universities, calling for the programs to be opened to boys.

The idea that feminists are invincible is obsolete. Feminist hate can be beaten. It just takes time and persistence.

January 17, 2019