Estrogen is Poisoning Their Brains 🧠

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Tim Pool claimed the other day that 68% of millennial womxyzn are Democrats.  This is incorrect.

PEW Research found in 2018 that 68% of 18-34 year olds identified as Democrats.

This 68% figure has been erroneously characterized by the media as representative of millennials, though anyone with a functioning front lobe who looks at the damn charts will no doubt realize millennials & zoomers have been grouped together.

The millennials’ share of that percentage almost certainly would have been higher, considering GenZ as a whole is more socially conservative than GenY.  And it is likely to have climbed higher still in 2020, given the increasing political polarization of every cultural institution and the fact that womxyzn are more susceptible to emotional manipulation and ideological indoctrination.

Which brings me to my conclusion: that young womxyzn should be put on puberty blockers.  Not long enough to sterilize them — just long enough to counteract the harmful effects of estrogen to the brain.

Feminists Hate Hercules

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Feminists have always hated Hercules: The Legendary Journeys because it’s centered around two strong male protagonists and promotes the idea that a woman can be ANYTHING — including the things feminists don’t want her to be.

There were women warriors, blacksmiths, scholars, huntresses and pirates — right alongside housewives, mothers, priestesses, midwives and bar wenches.

A woman could be a hero or a villain, friend or foe, an aggressor or (*shock*) innocent victim.

Hercules and Iolaus were out to make the world a better place for everyone.  They believed in justice tempered with mercy — not awarding special favors according to race and gender or denying opportunities to those who’ve earned them.

Imagine your little girl growing up to believe that she is who she chooses to be, not what anyone makes her.

You want to talk about internalized misogyny?  Feminism at its core.

Waves of Feminism

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For the record:

The “1st” wave was the suffragettes.  Not so much an ideology as a movement.

2nd-wave feminism happened around the seventies.  Started off as a movement, but quickly became infiltrated by cultural Marxists.  Would later be used to rationalize much of the third-wave feminist nonsense.

3rd-wave (“radical”) feminism started off with the riot girl scene — female punk rockers with little to no talent or concept of propriety.  It would eventually make its way to the universities to merge with what second-wave feminism had become (Womyn’s Studies) and the growing push for diversity and multiculturalism.

4th-wave feminism is characterized by intersectionality.  (Because multiculturalism wasn’t “diverse” enough.)  This one originated squarely in the universities with the feminist appropriation of LGBT issues and the advent of modern “Gender Studies”.

(“Gender Studies” actually used to refer to the branch of Womyn’s Studies that dealt with male/female relations.  Back when there were still only TWO genders.)