PLOT TWIST: Feminists Now Outraged Over Banners That CONDEMN Rape
Does it seem like feminists find something new to rage about every week? Last week it was over a campus poster calling for "pretty cheerleaders." Now it's because fraternities
got some underage girls drunk and took advantage of them. Just kidding. No, what these guys at Northwestern University did was hang up some posters condemning rape. Apparently that's equally bad to insatiable feminists.
Fraternities at Northwestern University are now under fire for hanging a different kind of sign: banners that raise awareness about campus sexual assault. "This is everyone's problem," one banner read. "Theta Chi stand against sexual assault," read another. The banners, which were fixed to the outside of fraternity houses during April, were meant to commemorate Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Well that seems like something feminists would be relieved to see on their campus. Right? Raising awareness about fake rape culture?
No. Quite the contrary, in fact. Here's what one brave champion of women's rights had to say about it:
These banners publicly project an image of solidarity, and some chapters made signs and marched with Take Back the Night. A congratulations is hardly in order, however. Conversations about sexual assault within fraternities must continue beyond a single month of awareness or solitary presentation from Sexual Health and Assault Peer Educators or Men Against Rape and Sexual Assault.
Fraternity men must hold friends accountable or else their banners are just cruel reminders that attempts to change sexual culture in fraternities are purely symbolic. It requires more than a banner.
This is a classic case of "damned if you do, damned if you don't." What do these odious she-beasts want? They squawk about not having enough male support for their movements... yet when they get it, they're offended.
They claim this resentment stems from the fact that there's only one month dedicated to sexual assault awareness. Who do you think came up with that idea in the first place? There's a 500% chance that it was feminists. Also, a whole month of awareness around a nonexistent rape epidemic on campus? Can we also have a month of awareness for how oppressed white unicorns are in a world full of average horses? Or better yet, a month of awareness for the MEN who are expelled from college without due process, simply because someone accused them of rape?
Of course not.
The rest of us don't need a month to remind us about something we all know exists in the first place. Raising awareness is supposed to be about... raising awareness. Sometimes sexual assault happens - we get it. Feminism created the "awareness" month so they would have an excuse to berate men, as illustrated, and grandstand about how tough it is to be a woman in the face of fake western "rape culture" (i.e.: Milo Yiannopoulos Kicked Out of 'SlutWalk' For Asking Polite Questions). It's probably also an excuse to take their tops off, too. Because showing your nipples proves that women are being objectified... Or something.
Please, SJW feminist enigmas, at least decide what it is you want before you start making demands. Do you want men to acknowledge rape culture and help you raise awareness? Or do you want to continue berating them simply for having a penis? Please decide. The rest of us are confused.
Also, put some clothes on. Your ineptitude is showing.