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PERFECT: YouTube Comedienne Explains How FEMINISTS Set Other Women Back!
Ever notice how the ladies of the left only seems to embrace successful women when they're ugly and/or fat? Yeah, girls can be catty (see Leftists Accuse Blake Lively of "Racism!" Over... Her Big Butt?). It's a fact oft overlooked or even encouraged by feminism. Because the left hates people who disagree with them. Especially if they're attractive and womanly. Because... sexism?
Here's a video of a hot lady explaining how modern feminism has failed women and enforced said cattiness.
Warning: Strong language and feminist shaming. Insecure she-beasts, AVERT YOUR EYES!
The number one threat to women doing well in the workplace? Other women. Sorry feminists, it's not men holding us down. Our achievements are constantly belittled - and mostly by us. We're getting really distracted. We don't need more slutwalks, we need to walk our a** into more panels and boards and the cover of Forbes magazine. What I'm trying to say is, there's a problem. And the only one's who can fix it are us.
By the way, the lady in the video is Nicole Arbour. We've written about her before. Her non-political correctness (and non-ugliness) has made her a subject of much liberal whinage (see COMEDY'S DEAD: Broads of The View Attack Comedian For Her 'Bullying' Fat Jokes). So much for caring about women. It appears the social justice league of special protection applies not to those who disagree with them. Or frequent the gym. Oops!
Nicole hits the nail on its greasy unwashed head. Feminism claims to unite women when it really sets them against one another. Yes, jealousy is a part of womanhood. And humanity. We don't like it when other women are hotter than us. But rather than seek to destroy those who don't "feminist" right because they're too pretty/fit/strong/smart/successful, Arbour is encouraging us to discuss our differences in a dialogue of which everyone can benefit.
Is Nicole always right? No. Is she right here? Yes. So props to her.
The ball is in your court, feminists. Don't eat it.