Sunday, January 07, 2018 by Jayson Veley
There’s a reason why conservatives often refer to feminists as “feminazis.”
Recently, an editor for the Huffington Post declared on Twitter that she wanted to see women band together to kill all men. The tweet was deleted shortly after, but that didn’t stop some conservative news outlets from picking up on it.
The tweet came from Emily McCombs, a radical feminist who serves as the Huffington Post’s “Editorial Director of Parents.” Even though McCombs deleted the post after realizing how sick and twisted it was to publicly declare her support for the murder of millions of innocent people based solely on their genitalia, The Daily Caller was thankfully able to record the exact Tweet before it was deleted.
“New Year’s resolutions: 1, Cultivate female friendships. 2, Band together to kill all men,” McCombs wrote on Twitter on December 29. Obviously, this editor for the Huffington Post is lacking a few brain cells, not only because she believes that the entire male population should be wiped out, but also because she thought it would be a good idea to announce such an extreme view on social media.
It also shouldn’t come as a surprise to you to know that Emily McCombs has a history of putting her radical feminism on full display. As The Daily Caller reported, “In the post, she talks about her own son, saying, ‘of course, we all want to raise feminist sons. I wrote an article a few months ago detailing the ways I try to do just that. But my efforts are starting to seem like grains of sand against a steady wave-crash of misogyny and rape culture.”
In the past, McCombs has also posted some rather inflammatory comments on Twitter, including, “Filed my nails into sharp little points last night so that I may spear and devour the hearts of men” and “Can we have a day without men tomorrow?”
Quite frankly, Emily McCombs represents everything that is wrong with the modern-day feminist movement. It is no longer about fighting for women’s rights as it was decades ago; rather the feminist movement today is almost solely based on an irrational and uncontrollable hatred towards men. It’s not even much of a stretch to say that many feminists know it’s more about hating men than anything else, but hide it behind certain phrases like “we’re fighting for equality” or “women have rights too.” It’s all a lie. (Related: Read about an insane feminist that went on national television to claim that “women can do no wrong” and that all men are toxic.)
The sheer stupidity and overwhelming nonsense intertwined in the feminist movement is why so many Americans, both male and female, don’t take it seriously, or at least not as seriously as they may have if the movement were about something other than hating men. (Related: Where was the feminist outrage when #RapeMelania was trending on Twitter?)
Back in July, the campus news site Campus Reform reported on two feminist professors – professor Carrie Mott of Rutgers University and professor Daniel Cockayne of the University of Waterloo – that argued that citing sources in scholarly articles contributes to “white heteromasculinity.” The two professors explained that citations often ignore women and people of color, and that male scholars are much more likely to be cited by other researchers. Evidently, to Professor Mott and Professor Cockayne, it’s not possible that this could simply be due to the fact that male researchers are more common than female researchers; no, it has to be about sexism.
This and Emily McComb’s anti-male tweet on Twitter are just two examples out of many of just how absurd the feminist movement has become. If they want to attract more people to their cause, than feminists have to make some major changes – that is, if it’s not already too late. Follow more news on gender identity and gender “wars” at Gender.news.