Reporter asks college students about 'biological men' in women's spaces and it manages to go worse than you'd expect
Ladies, this right here is the real "internalized misogyny". Lefties try to tell us that women who want to get married and have babies and go to church on Sunday suffer from extreme self-hatred. But I propose that true internalized misogyny is actually when women want to allow biological men access to their (previously) private spaces, sports teams, awards, etc.
Savanah Hernandez went to the University of Texas at Austin on International Women's Day to ask female students what they think about biological men in their spaces. Every woman Savanah asked said they would be comfortable with a biological man in their bathrooms and locker rooms. Savanah raised examples of women who have felt unsafe unsafesharing such spaces with the opposite sex.
One green-haired student told her, "That’s bulls**t. Trans-women are women just like I’m a woman. I’m a cis-gendered woman, but just as much as I’m a woman so are trans-women so they deserve every right that I have."
Another student claimed she had never heard of any examples of a trans "woman" exposing themselves in a locker room. Savanah noted that this same claim was made by every other woman she interviewed.
She concluded her report by asking a gender-fluid student donning a skirt if if any man who identifies as a woman is equal to a biological woman like Savanah. The student said, "Well it’s complicated because this is a social phenomenon. There’s presenting as a woman, people interpreting you as a woman, there’s also what you feel internally, whether you feel like a woman or not, they’re all kind of intermingled and different."
The student then said that if "they identify as a woman then they’re just a woman" and claimed trans "women" are more oppressed than women are.
I am not ignorant of how bleak of a forecast this is for our country's future. If college students can literally no longer tell the difference between a man and a woman...we may be in some trouble. On the bright side, maybe this means feminism is finally coming full circle. We went from advocating for equality of the sexes, to advocating for female superiority, and now we're making our way to advocating for male superiority. Literally the "patriarchy." So maybe after it completes its evolution, feminism can finally be cast into the fires of Mordor. Once and for all.