Apparently a company called ‘Bianco Footwear’ recently decided to try to appeal to the feminist demographic. A group which have neither fashion taste nor a penchant for stilettos. Possibly due to their massive girth. As you can see, the company had its work cut out for them. Rather than hire an unshaven she-beast to model their shoes – Bianco found a different way to relate to their target audience. Via the “wage gap.” Also violence, because of course. This is feminism we’re talking about (see ‘Peaceful’ Feminist Protester Lights Trump Supporter’s Hair on Fire).
Sure, whenever we come across a story including feminists, dumbassery is a given. But the commercial below contains deliciously entertaining levels of stupid. And I don’t throw around “delicious” and “feminist” in the same sentence lightly…
A premium footwear brand has come under fire for a viral ad – which links their products to feminism and claims: ‘Equal pay is not enough.’
The ad, by Danish company Bianco, points out that ‘it’s more expensive to be a woman than a man’ and also features violence against men which has outraged viewers. The controversial clip portrays women jumping on cars, smashing glass with a stiletto and a coffee mug being broken across a man’s face.
The reaction to Bianco’s message [is] overwhelmingly negative… with commenters branding the ad ‘ridiculous’, ‘sexist’ and ‘offensive’.
Ah, so painting an entire gender as evil and worthy of face mauling didn’t end up panning out the way they wanted it to. Color me unsurprised.
Notice the ongoing theme here? Equal pay is not enough. Surprise! This feminist commercial inadvertently revealed the under girding theme of all feminism. They don’t want equality. You know, because it’s already a thing that women have.
Sort of how the “wage gap” is a myth – since there is no sexist wage gap. Hence straight from the feminist’s mouth, equal pay isn’t enough. More pay is what feminists want. More free things, more special victim status. More more more. In case you couldn’t tell… they’re not exactly fans of moderation, these feminist blubber nuggets.
While we’re on the subject…