Journalism, 2020: Feminist Warns Of 'Dangerous' Rise In Men Who Won't Date 'Woke' Women

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Jan. 22, 2020

If you don't want to date "woke" women you're pretty much a terrorist, that's the suggestion in UK journo Vicky Spratt's latest column for Vice Media outlet Refinery29.


Spratt writes in Refinery29, "The Dangerous Rise Of Men Who Wonít Date 'Woke' Women":
Laurence Fox [...] does not date "woke" women who he believes are being taught that they are "victims", irrespective of whether they are right or not. He thinks that itís "institutionally racist" to tell the story of the First World War in a racially diverse way, irrespective of the fact that Sikh soldiers absolutely fought for Britain. And he also doesnít believe in white privilege, irrespective of the fact that he works in a painfully undiverse industry, was privately educated and comes from a wealthy acting family which is nothing short of a dynasty.

Fox is denying racism and sexism, irrespective of whether or not they exist. Itís nothing short of gaslighting. Itís all very Donald Trump.
These are the viral clips she's whining about:



After whining about her own experiences on hook-up apps, Spratt goes on to suggest not dating "woke" women is one step away from being a terrorist:
Fox is a case in point that what might start as playing devilís advocate by wandering the streets in a MAGA cap to provoke "hipsters" can quickly turn into something more sinister.

The far right itself can be difficult to pin down because it isnít exactly a coherent global movement with a concrete set of ideas. It largely exists online, in Facebook groups, as Twitter accounts, on YouTube and anonymous message boards such as 8chan. But every now and then, their bile spills out dangerously into the offline world.

In 2016 the Labour MP Jo Cox was murdered by far-right terrorist Thomas Mair who, 25 years before he killed her, told a far-right magazine that the "white race" faced a long and very bloody struggle. And it was 8chan that hosted the manifestos of three mass shooters who killed scores of people last year: the El Paso shooter (who left 20 people dead and many more wounded only a couple of weeks ago), the Poway shooter (who opened fire at a synagogue in California last April) and the Christchurch shooter (who killed 51 people at two mosques in New Zealand last March).

Susan Faludi wrote about the link between violence, anger and anti-feminism prophetically in her book Backlash: The Undeclared War Against American Women back in 1991.
We need a study into the social media driven radicalization of childless women and cat ladies, aka "the harlot to woke feminist pipeline."

This is not normal!

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