Sorry ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls: I’m going to write about the stupidity of the women’s rights movement again today.
Don’t blame me. Blame Beyoncé. She just had to open her sexy, sexy, stupid mouth for the same Shriver Report that Hillary Clinton recently waxed pointless poetic for.
“Today, women make up half of the U.S. workforce, but the average working woman earns only 77 percent of what the average working man makes,” Beyoncé spouted.
“Humanity requires both men and women, and we are equally important and need one another. So why are we viewed as less than equal? These old attitudes are drilled into us from the very beginning. We have to teach our boys the rules of equality and respect, so that as they grow up, gender equality becomes a natural way of life. And we have to teach our girls that they can reach as high as humanly possible… We have a lot of work to do. But we can get there if we work together. Women are more than 50 percent of the population and more than 50 percent of voters. We must demand that we all receive 100 percent of the opportunities.”
A few things in response to the self-called Sasha Fierce…
Number one, any adult with a functional understanding of the workforce should know that 77 percent claim is ridiculously skewed. As Breitbart pointed out yesterday, “In a June 2012 report, [FactCheck.org] said that Obama’s claims that a woman only makes 77 cents to a man’s dollar were an ‘exaggeration’… because it is not a job-for-job comparison.”
Second of all, while Beyonce is right that men and women “are equally important and need one another,” she’s the answer to her following question of why we’re “viewed as less than equal.”
It’s because classless acts like her flaunt their beauty and bodies on everything from music videos to magazine covers, posing with come-and-get-me-boys eyes, open mouths, bared breasts and spread legs. These women shove their sexuality down everyone’s throats, resulting in:
1. Men feeling encouraged to view Beyoncé, et al – and by proxy, women in general – as being predominantly sexual creatures paid to give them erotic peep shows and more.
2. Women feel discouraged to put our own sexuality in proper perspective beside our brains, personalities and very souls. Our highest calling becomes being as hot as Beyoncé.
Then, to slap all of us losers – both men and women – in the face, the very same Beyoncé scolds us all for treating women with a lack of respect.
What an obnoxious hypocrite!
If we really want to “teach our boys the rules of equality and respect” and “our girls that they can reach as high as humanly possible,” then yes, we do “have a lot of work to do”… Starting with deposing sexuality-obsessed people like Beyoncé.