It was “baffling” to Scarlett Johansson that fellow feminist Ivanka Trump (video below) has a different leadership tactic than the approved style of pussy-hatted cellulite ogres who scream about blood on the sheets. Not her exact words, but the gist:
Scarlett isn’t “blasting” Ivanka here. I think Scarlett is trying her best to sound delicate and reasonable. She fails, sure, but I don’t think her intention was to insult Ivanka. Scarlett is attacking an idea that “leading from behind” or “leading behind closed doors” is wrong for women. Not so, Scarlett. More on that later.
If you want more context, watch the “baffling” interview:
Here’s the problem with Scarlett’s take on Ivanka: the (mostly feminist) idea that women must lead in one way and one way only. Specifically the loud way of obnoxious, pussy-hatted trundle trolls. The idea assumes all women work the same way, have the same personality, and hold the same beliefs, thereby lumping all women together as a monotheistic group. I rather thought lumping us all together was unfeminist, no? Don’t feminists screech hate rage whenever a man dare suggest all women are the same? Uh huh.
According to Scarlett Johannson, even if you’re the president’s daughter and you’re living in a tough situation, doesn’t matter. Get out there and be aggressive. Being aggressive, it seems, is the only way Scarlett thinks change is enacted.
A brief side note: we often automatically assign one behavioral trait with one sex, failing to recognize the varying traits of people across human nature. Not all men are aggressive, machismo douchenozzles. Not all women are passive fluff bunnies. Not all men lead out front while combing thier chest hair, charging the way into battle. Not all women lead out front, their bodacious ta-ta’s jiggling all the way into their battles.
Just because someone’s leadership style is quieter doesn’t make it weaker. An idea which more than just feminists should embrace.
But that’s the problem with modern society’s perspective, or at least one of its problems: the erroneous assumption that being quiet is weak, being loud is strong. We somehow have this idea that the biggest bad-ass out there is the one who’s making the most noise. It’s simply untrue, regardless of sex.
Scarlett is wrong to criticize another person’s style of leadership simply because it doesn’t fit Scarlett’s societal and feministic idea that LOUD IS BETTER. BE OUT FRONT. CHARGE! Even Scarlett started tip-toeing around the issue after uttering her stupid. Ivanka seems a naturally quiet woman anyway. Why would she be loud and out front?
One tenet of SJW feminism is to support other women’s choices, yes? So why is Scarlett criticizing Ivanka’s leadership style at all? For all we know, Ivanka supports the exact same causes of Scarlett’s. Ivanka’s just tackling it differently. So much for embracing diversity.
For third wave feminists, you must be the definition of a third wave feminist: shrill, loud, charging ahead. An idea carried out in all of leftism, come to think of it. If you’re black, you must be DEMOCRAT. If you’re a woman, you MUST BE DEMOCRAT. If you’re LGBT, YOU MUST BE DEMOCRAT. Fit into the group box to which your assigned. And act the way you’re expected to act.
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