Modern feminism has rapidly infected western culture over the last decade. We’ve now living with consequences of “intersectional liberation.” Hairy-legged land whales ahoy (see Staggeringly High Suicide Rates for White Men. Guess Who Feminists Blame… and Congrats Feminists: New Legislation Would Require Women Register for Draft). Here we have another possible consequence of feminism’s screeching ways.
A new study found people are more reluctant to help women in certain emergencies. Bewbs are indirectly involved:
Women are less likely than men to receive CPR from a bystander and more likely to die, a new study suggests.
Now certain people might read this first sentence and conclude all women are being discriminated against. The patriarchy wins again! Oh noes!
But let’s take off our p*ssy hats for a moment and instead put on our thinking caps.
Researchers believe it might be down to a general reluctance to touch a woman’s chest and move clothing out of the way for better access.
Only 39 percent of women suffering cardiac arrest in a public place were given CPR versus 45 percent of men, and men were 23 percent more likely to survive, the study found.
Feminism’s “false accusation” culture may be playing a role. “He saved me, yes, but he touched my boobs.” In today’s day and age, where simply looking at a woman’s breasts can land you hate crime charges (see UK Police Now Deem Staring at Woman’s Breasts a ‘Hate Crime.’ Yes, Really…), men might not be eager to start pressing female chests. Out of fear of crossing gaggles of eager accusers. Like this man who saved a woman’s life with an AED, only to be branded a pervert because he had to remove her clothing to apply the electrode pads. Yeah, that actually happened.
Worse yet, feminist harpies just might find a way to blame these new findings on the Evil Patriarchy’s War on Women™. After all, feminism has a history of twisting statistics to fit their anti-man narrative.
This isn’t to say guys like Harvey Weinstein wouldn’t jump at the chance to apply a little mouth to mouth. But you know. Maybe other guys are afraid they’ll be lumped in with douchebags such as Weinstein.