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'PROGRESS:' Pompous Emma Watson Accepts First-Ever 'Genderless' Acting Award
Emma Watson has gracefully clawed her way back into the limelight again (see Emma Watson Peddles Anti-Freedom Feminist Lies to UN). This time for, wait for it, equality! Yep, the MTV Awards "broke new ground" by having the first ever genderless acting award. You know, because gender is fluid and something something anti-science.
And of course, Emma Watson was the recipient. Cue virtue signaling...
The first acting award in history that doesn’t separate nominees based on their sex says something about how we perceive the human experience.
MTV’s move to create a genderless award for acting will mean something different to everyone. But to me, it indicates that acting is about the ability to put yourself in someone else’s shoes. And that doesn’t need to be separated into two different categories. This is very meaningful to me.
Surprise! Another opportunity for Watson to gloat in all things feminisms.
Welcome to the Social Justice Awards. If, like me, you're employed and over the age of 13, you likely don't even know what channel MTV is on your cable package. Or that MTV had acting awards in the first place. Alas, apparently the "music" channel is still doing stuff. Not musical things, but this sort of stuff.
Turns out this new award was prime for Emma Watson's taking, despite her being busy with all that UN business. She's a woman of many talents. Namely furrowing her eyebrows and blabbing in morally superior fashion. As they say, a SJW's work is never done. Watch MTV Demands White Men Abide by These New Year's Resolutions
Of course, we've come to expect this sort of thought flatulence from Hollywood (see Equality? 'Gender Fluid' Actor Eligible for Male AND Female Academy Awards). The award itself is unsightly and disturbing, sure. But 'tis the unfortunate new norm. Like swimsuited Amy Schumer magazine covers.
More feminism coming your way...