"'Feminism is the idea that we can make both sexes equal by focusing solely on the issues of one of them.''
-Thomas James Kirk's accurate description of modern FeminismThird-wave Feminism (more accurately, the Sisterhood of Buzzwording) is an
Some people have suggested that third wave feminism could qualify as a religion under some anthropologists' definitions. However, regardless of this, the people who identify as feminists are bound to believe in some type of bullshit as the whole concept of being a feminist relies heavily upon the concepts of victim complexes and self-guilt.
Beth Presswood wife of Matt Dillahunty one of the most vile feminists who false accused David Silverman of Sexual Assualt. Feminists are members of a volatile and sexist group obsessed with censoring opposing views and hating men. They hate men, that's all you need to know really. Feminists are oppressed, offended, and are right 100% of the time.
Criteria to be a Feminist
- Be a dyke
- Be oppressed or offended
- Be a whiny cunt
- Hate MRAs
- Be a pussy whipped bitch (only applies to male feminists)
On Drunken Peasants
Third-Wave Feminism and gender issues are regular topics discussed on the Drunken Peasants Podcast and TJ was already infamous for his strident anti-feminist views. Notable antagonists of the Drunken Peasants that espouse the ideas of feminism include Ryan Whiny and Jenny McDMCA. They also feature and discuss popular feminist figures such as Rebecca Watson, Anita Sarkeesian, and Laci Green.
Atheism+ is a movement that thinks it's a good idea to mix feminism and atheism. Most of the members cannot take any form of criticism. The leader of Atheism+ is a cuntfuck named PZ Myers. The members are known for being very shitty people, as some have gotten people fired from jobs and worse, simply for disagreeing with their ideology.
- Many feminists in the 21st century identify as atheists.
- Feminists like Steve Shives, Anita Sarkeesian, and Laughing Witch will engage in deplorable means of censoring their opposition in attempt to circumvent criticism and scrutiny