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Feminist Mom Shames Teen Sons in WAPO Piece Because They Don’t Want to Talk About our Pervasive “Rape Culture” at Dinner

You know how you normally casually chat about rape and try to make your kids feel guilty for having penises at dinner all the time?

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Feminist Mom Shames Teen Sons in WAPO Piece Because They Don’t Want to Talk About our Pervasive “Rape Culture” at Dinner



Ah, family dinnertime.

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Just saying the phrase reminds of the 50s that I was never alive for, all those educational films showing loving families gathered around the dinner table smiling at each other and cheerfully discussing their day as they bond over a nice meal…

Fast forward to today. The people behind the progressive feminist movement have all-but destroyed the normal family unit (Rockefeller and his elite pals wanted to put women to work so they could tax both adults in the household, but on top of that, working women are less likely to reproduce than stay-at-home-moms, but that’s a whole different area of research called eugenics we’ll save for another time).

Now feminist moms like WAPO columnist Jody Allard are bitching in their liberal WAPO columns about how their teen sons are sick and tired of hearing her talk about our pervasive “rape culture” and the ills of slut shaming at the dinner table.

You know how you normally casually chat about rape with your kids at dinner all the time?

Via “My Teen Boys Are Blind to Rape Culture” at WAPO:

We were sitting around the dinner table talking about the news. As soon as I mentioned the Stanford sexual assault case, my sons looked at each other. They knew what was coming.

Of course they did.

They’ve been listening to me talk about consent, misogyny and rape culture since they were tweens.

Of course they have.

They listened to me then, but they are 16 and 18 now and they roll their eyes and argue when I talk to them about sexism and misogyny. “There’s no such thing as rape culture,” my other son said. “You say everything is about rape culture or sexism.”

Of course she does.

I never imagined I would raise boys who would become men like these. Men who deny rape culture, or who turn a blind eye to sexism. Men who tell me I’m being too sensitive or that I don’t understand what teenage boys are like…

One has to wonder what she did hope her sons would grow up like…

This?

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Continuing —

My sons are right about that much. Teenage boys, by and large, don’t speak out about slut-shaming or rape culture. They don’t call each other out when they make sexist jokes or objectify women. It’s too uncomfortable to separate themselves from the pack so they continue to at least dip their toes into toxic masculinity…

“Toxic masculinity”? These people think all masculinity is toxic, just by the way.

This woman has teen sons who don’t just say, “Aw, mom, do we have to talk about rape at dinner?”

She has sons who, according to her, roll their eyes and say, “Not rape culture again.”

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Again… meaning, this happens often enough to garner the response.

Younger generations are already being coddled into permanent precious little snowflake status with safe spaces, microaggressions, and trigger warnings; meanwhile the young adult males in the country are being demasculinized and admonished for not buying in to the progressive feminist fallacy that all men should walk around 24/7 guilt-ridden for the fact that rape happens, talk about it all the time and make existential reparations for their part in it simply for being born with a penis.

Meanwhile…

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Meanwhile, these are the same feminists, just by the way, who will discuss American rape culture all day long until they turn blue in the face, but completely ignore the rape culture of other cultures because that’s not “politically correct”.

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Sure, there’s a misspelling, but the point remains…

By the way, this is the same woman who wrote another column for WAPO not too long ago about one of her sons having suicidal tendencies, exposing him at what could possibly be the weakest point in his life so far in a mainstream media outlet for all to see in what has been labeled by critics as a written act of child abuse.

She said:

“My son’s depression doesn’t belong to me. I didn’t create it and I am not responsible for it.”

Oh really?

Just reading these two columns lady, I’m not so sure about that.

Meanwhile, this woman is probably a staunch Hillary supporter… Hillary, whose husband doesn’t just celebrate rape culture, he is rape culture. Hillary, who not only stood by her man who liked to bite the lips off his numerous rape victims, but Hillary who then literally slut shamed her husband’s rape victims and tried to intimidate them into silence. Hillary, who is on tape laughing as she recollects the time when she got the rapist of a 12-year-old girl off on a technicality.

The irony is so thick, I’m gagging on it.

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Contributed by Melissa Dykes of The Daily Sheeple.

Melissa Dykes is a writer, researcher, and analyst for The Daily Sheeple and a co-creator of Truthstream Media with Aaron Dykes, a site that offers teleprompter-free, unscripted analysis of The Matrix we find ourselves living in. Melissa and Aaron also recently launched Revolution of the Method and Informed Dissent. Wake the flock up!

Melissa Dykes is a writer, researcher, and analyst for The Daily Sheeple and a co-creator of Truthstream Media with Aaron Dykes, a site that offers teleprompter-free, unscripted analysis of The Matrix we find ourselves living in. Melissa and Aaron also recently launched Revolution of the Method and Informed Dissent. Wake the flock up!

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