It seems to have begun with a lengthy piece at The Nation entitled, “Feminism’s Toxic Twitter Wars,” in which Michelle Goldberg examines the Internet as “a crucial place for feminist organizing.” Not all feminists believe they have an equal place at the virtual table, however. The Washington Free Beacon’s Sonny Bunch noted that “the most striking aspect of Michelle Goldberg’s article is the way Twitter is being used to silence those deemed to be not progressive enough.”

“From a right-of-center standpoint,” Bunch observes, “it’s interesting to watch the left grapple with their norm that one need not intend to act as a racist to in fact be a racist…. I’ve always been bemused by the left’s insistence that a failure to intend offense wasn’t a defense against causing offense, so I’m glad to see some of these activists wrestling with the norms they have championed.”

That struggle surfaced Friday in the form of the #WhiteFeministRants hashtag, which landed among Twitter’s trending topics Friday. Which posts are sincere and which are parody we’ll leave for you to decide.

Twitter fight: #SolidarityIsForWhiteWomen calls out progressives of pallor

  • H50 ✓RAT

    the feminist cannibalism happening on twitter right now is golden

    That was the truest tweet in the hashtag. And the cesspool one.

    • Chevypowered

      I’m pretty upset that every joke I can think of to post is so inappropriate.

      I wish they would stop making it so easy.

      • H50 ✓RAT

        Sometimes life is so hard.

        • Chevypowered

          Too hard. I have a low tolerance for self-control. :-)

        • Calvin

          That’s because the patriarchy controls everything. If wymin controlled everything life would soft, warm and wet.

      • Stephen K

        What’s even worse is that every joke I can think to post has already been posted in complete seriousness.

        • Chevypowered


        • SmokeyBehr


      • Adam Wood

        Q: How many feminists does it take to change a light bulb?


        • DebsFriends

          lmao! That’s a good one.

    • conservachick

      is it bad that i have really no idea what in the hell any of them are talking about?

      • H50 ✓RAT

        Nope, means your sane!

        • 97E

          I consider myself to be sane, but I understood every joke up there.

          But then, I’m a dude who has had to share a house with feminists and attended a university crawling with them.

      • Restless_1

        Thank you. I thought I was the only one.

  • waltermitty2012

    Studies have shown that female feminists make 77% of what male feminists are paid. Income inequality is the real problem facing feminism today.

    • Ryan Johnson

      #1. It’s because of men and women’s individual career choices, is where that false percentage comes from.

      #2. Women get paid less than men because they, on average, work less. What a concept.

      Edit: My bad,
      your post —->

      carry on good sir!

      • Kimihiro Watanuki

        I took a class in college where that second point of yours was a class discussion. They hated admitting it was true, and then they (feminists in the class) started raging. When slapped with facts, they (liberals in general) lash out in frustration.

        • Michelle ✓classified

          It’s solid truth and reality. It’s just a fact that women are the primary caregivers to their children in our society, whether married or a single parent. And because of that (and there’s nothing wrong with that), they are the ones who miss work when a child is sick, have to leave at 5:00 on-the-dot to scoop the kids up from day-care, are the least likely of the two genders to travel for business, etc. It’s a valid point. If you have a man and a woman in equal positions in a company and both are salaried, and the woman takes more time off due to handling family situations, she’s not putting in the same amount of time and in my opinion, doesn’t deserve the same automatic compensation. However, on the flip side of that – if you have a man and a woman in equal positions and the woman takes no more time off than the man because she either doesn’t have children or has a husband who is first at bat in family situations, if she’s making less than her male counterpart (considering she has all the same education and experience), then yes, that is wrong.

          On the other hand, I’ve never cared to keep tabs on what others make in any company I’ve been with. I know my own personal worth, my ethics, my education and experience – I focus on making sure I’m compensated based on what I bring to the table.

          • drw

            Careful Michelle, a post so full of logic and reason is sure to cause some prog’s head to explode.:)

          • Michelle ✓classified

            Their heads…exploding…and that’s a bad thing how?

          • drw

            Well, it is kinda hard on the drapes.

          • Michelle ✓classified

            And well worth the cleaning bill!

          • socalcon

            Dunno, I’ve always thought that, with vacuum between the ears, it’d be a tidy implosion as opposed to a messy explosion.

          • Thale Taxurfeet

            “I’ve always thought that, with vacuum between the ears, it’d be a tidy implosion as opposed to a messy explosion.”

            Yup. If only they were fitted with an external volume control to twist towards zero, as opposed to the normal 11 setting, it might seem, Like it never even happened.®

          • Michael Ruda

            Michelle and drw you are killing me right now. I am literally LMAO! Thank you both!

          • Guest

            because some janitor making more than the feminist will have to clean up the mess

          • tamara1964

            very good point about keeping tabs on what the others in your company make. we’re told with every raise not to discuss it with the other employees, as it’s confidential information.

          • Stuck_in_Ca

            I’m the one that does all that in my family. Yep, I’m a guy.

          • Michelle ✓classified

            And you are awesome!

        • Ryan Johnson

          I wish I coulda been there to see it!

          • Kimihiro Watanuki

            The class was called “Women’s America,” so imagine three months of it. It had all the joy of an impacted wisdom tooth.

          • Ryan Johnson

            ah, one of those classes you didn’t want to take because you knew it would be some bs but it was required by your major, eh? that’s what sociology was for me.

          • Kimihiro Watanuki

            Yeap, but my sociology credit ended up being interesting. I picked criminology for my sociology credit. Everyone picked people like Jeffrey Dahmer to write about for their project. I picked Josef Mengele- I was a history major, that had just had 3 classes on Holocaust History. Guess who the only person with a perfect score in that class was.

        • EqualityEd

          I lash out over black crime stats but I’m actually afraid of their being used to target/harm black people in ever more extreme ways.

          Feminists seem to do it because victim = power in their world especially when victim status can be earned without having to suffer injustice as in the pay gap. The fact that married women WITHOUT JOBS! live in households that on average make $20,000 a year more than those of single mothers is for some reason left out the conversation along with the fact 33% of moms stay at home versus 3.5% of dads.

          Of course this must represent the gender oppression of women.

          • Kimihiro Watanuki

            What kills me is how single motherhood wasn’t something to be sought after and proud of. Not so much, it seems, any more. All you see is how single motherhood should be a thing of praise.

          • JP

            I think two stable, loving, married parents is the best case scenario for raising kids. I also know that most single mothers don’t plan to be single mothers. It’s not because they’re man-haters. I sure never planned to be one. I didn’t plan to end up in a violent marriage either. But I was 22 and I thought he really loved me, I never dreamed he was capable of that. My best friend from grade school, a cop’s wife, was widowed at 26. Things happen. Also, I’m pro-life, and these young single women in difficult life circumstances who could easily have an abortion but choose to have their babies and work hard to give them a good life deserve mad props from where I sit.

          • Kimihiro Watanuki

            I’m not trying to put you down at all, and I praise you for NOT having an abortion. My mother got pregnant out of wedlock with me and could have taken some other routs than she did. Fortunately, my wonderful father, that passed away this last July, stepped up and did the right things. I was very fortunate to have that special man in my life, and I miss him with everything in me.

            I just feel like so many people rush into relationships and commitments before the proper time now a days. I didn’t find a spouse until I was 31. I was in a bad relationship at 22 and could have been in dire straits, too. By the grace of God, I was found my way out before something really horrible happened.

            I know horrible things happen in life and you end up, sometimes, without a partner that you need. A lady I know, her husband committed suicide and they had a teen daughter. She’s starting to recover, but it’s not easy. I do know there are situations out there like that.

            I guess what I was saying is that it seems to happen more frequently than it needs too in our day and age. I just wish ever kid out there had a special man in their life like my father.

      • tops116 ✓Quipper

        “#2. Women get paid less than men because they, on average. work less. What a concept.”

        Equal pay for equal work. 😉

        • Ryan Johnson


    • TCDave

      Male feminists need more money so they can afford onesies.

    • Guest

      the reason these feminist Nazi’s make only 77% of males make is because they are not at work they are out protesting. maybe if they take their jobs more seriously, show up, and stay with a company more than a few months they would make the same. Why should a company invest in an employee if they have no assurance that they will stay longer than a month or two

  • CatHerder ✓fire! ✓fire!

    My wife is a feminine. It’s kind of like a feminist in that the plumbing is the same, but she honestly thinks men are good for more than blaming all the woes of the world on.

    Go figure.

    • H50 ✓RAT

      Thats why your wife is a lady and not just a woman. She controls her own destiny.

      • CatHerder ✓fire! ✓fire!

        If she hadn’t decided to make me her life work, she would have made a super dominatrix. Just braggin’.

        • mdtljt

          Good you realize that…hope you’re enjoying all the joys her definition of feminism has to offer!!! Based on your comments here I think she ended up with an awesome, supportive spouse….y’all rock!!!!

        • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

          Please…What happens in the bedroom STAYS in the Bedroom! XD Jawamax 8<{D}

    • Michelle ✓classified

      Your wife and I would get along very well. I even shy away from friends who always complain that “men are (_)_)holes” No, no they’re not. Just because you have chosen to date a gaggle of jerks doesn’t mean men in general are (_)_)holes.

      • CatHerder ✓fire! ✓fire!

        You’re sweet. And I’m a forgetful slob who just BARELY remembered to pick up her cow patties (apple fritters) and mixed nuts at Wally World today. Dadburn cold!

      • Paige Jackson

        I have to wonder if these man-hating weaponized ovaries treat their male children the way they treat men in general. If so, that definitely counts as severe child abuse. There’s no way I want my sons growing up laden with guilt and self-hatred over things for which they are not responsible.

        • KWedel

          Where do you think all of these beta-male pro-choice men came from?

          • Paige Jackson

            Good point, actually. And sadder than I want to contemplate.

      • PRISM-theNewSocialNetwork

        I avoid those kind of women myself. :)

    • Ryan Johnson

      AND I bet she believes in self-defense too, instead of playing victim like the liberal feminazis.

      • CatHerder ✓fire! ✓fire!

        It’s not so much of a belief thing with her as a checklist item. But yeah.

    • KWedel

      You sir are a lucky man. I hope my husband feels the same. Though I do have a tendency to “always be right”. But I often am. Lol There are women that bitch that all the men in their lives are assholes. You know after a while you might want to ask yourself if maybe it’s the men you are picking. That or you are such a bitch that you bring out the worst in men.

  • Michelle ✓classified

    Wow, so many messed up people in this world going through life as victims. How exhausting it must be for them. On the other hand, seriously funny to see Feminists attacking their own with the Race Card. I’m just delighted this nonsense didn’t include any PIV references.

    • CatHerder ✓fire! ✓fire!

      I dunno, I’m guessing it must be something like Winona Ryder in Beetlejuice, They’re hugging their self-inflicted misery to themselves.

      Or maybe us guys ARE all (_)_)holes.

      • Michelle ✓classified

        Naw, you guys are definitely not (_)_)holes. Any woman going through life so angry at men has some serious looking within to do. I don’t understand what it’s like to go through life blaming men for my problems. Thank you, Mom.

        • CatHerder ✓fire! ✓fire!

          I’d like to thank your mom too, if that’s okay.

          • Michelle ✓classified

            She was a single mother of two and real go-getter, very self-sufficient woman. Wasn’t real gifted in the warm and fuzzy department of parenting, but a solid rock star in the self-accountability department.

        • mdtljt

          AMEN!!! My mom was the Champeeeen Grudgeholder and most of her vitriol was directed at my dad….she taught me a valuable lesson with that…work to understand where the hubbs is coming from, but when he commits an unforgivable sin cut him loose or you’ll end up a bitter, hateful cat-hoarder.

          • Michelle ✓classified

            Ooooh how I get that! My own mother always had some very choice words about my father (they split when I was 4). To this day (42 years later!) she still holds a serious grudge (how sad for her), BUT what she didn’t do…was go through the rest of her life writing off men as (_)_)holes. And even men she dated over the years (before she remarried when I was 18), she never generalized men as (_)_)holes. She taught me by example that if you have a bad apple in your life (not that my father was one, he wasn’t, but that’s her story) or even a slew of bad apples – you have to take a look at yourself and discover WHY you keep attracting bad apples. The problem isn’t men, it’s you. She taught me the importance of taking a look at MY part in things and to not always place blame (except even if she still does so with my dad *snort* I give her that one card to play since she taught me a much more important life lesson.)

    • Chevypowered

      Yep they are fighting over who is the biggest victim. That is just plain damn sad.

      • Michelle ✓classified

        I’m looking at it this way: When you’ve spent your life chewing up and spitting out men, there comes a time when you have only your own to devour.

    • Kimihiro Watanuki

      That PIV blog post was the lamest thing I’ve read in years.

      • Michelle ✓classified

        Agreed and I actually found myself feeling extreme pity for ANY woman who agreed with that blog post and most especially the writer of it. It was one of the most bizarre things I’ve ever read. The author of that post and most of those who commented in agreement are some seriously damaged women. The sadness of their obviously extreme damage left me unable to even laugh at it.

        • Kimihiro Watanuki

          Yeah, I read the comments. All I could think was “what kind of seedy s-o-b are you really trying to seek out for your boyfriends.”

          • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

            Just ask Lena, Sandra, or Abortion Barbie XD Jawamax 8<{D}

        • Guest

          Michelle, it is refreshing to read posts from a woman that applies reason and sanity to a situation, now my goal is to find one still single in my area.

    • Stephen K

      I tried really hard to make it through the comments at The Nation piece linked in this story, but just couldn’t do it. Had to go outside for a couple of minutes to remind myself what the real world looks like. I just can’t imagine what it’s like to live in a world where you sit all by yourself, your only interaction with others being to lash out in unhinged rage against anyone who manages to offend you in the tiniest way, even inadvertently.

      As far as dealing with these creatures goes, I’d double up the number of bars and locks on the cage doors, toss in some fresh red meat every now and then, and just stand back and watch them tear each other into smaller and smaller shreds.

      • EqualityEd

        ” I just can’t imagine what it’s like to live in a world where you sit all by yourself, your only interaction with others being to lash out in unhinged rage against anyone who manages to offend you in the tiniest way, even inadvertently.”

        If given a choice between debating feminists or white supremacists I’m betting the latter would be less hostile towards black men. There is no greater sin than being male in feminism. You aren’t even allowed to speak unless you say things that have been pre-approved by the consensus of non males. White supremacists don’t hold men to that standard which means a black man would have a much easier time debating them.

    • KWedel

      That has become the new joke in my home. When hubby is in the mood he asks if he can oppress me. LOL

  • puggish

    Just too ridiculously convoluted for me to even try and unravel the deep ridiculousness of it all. Way too hard to keep score here.

    *throws up hands and returns to real life* #happy

    • Stephen K

      When faced with a singularity of stupid like this, the only winning move is to grab a bunch of buffalo wings and beer, and tune in to watch when you have absolutely nothing else to do. :)

  • Ryan Johnson

    Ah, Auragasmic, pretentious college teen… we meet again…


    ^The above features a tweet from a creature that said “I’ll kill anything that attaches itself to my uterus.” Nasty piece of work.

    • Chevypowered

      That is some kind of ugly.

      • Ryan Johnson

        I know!

  • BigGator5

    #WhiteFeministRants is, by definition, #FirstWorldProblems.

    • JP

      Don’t even get me started, lol.

  • Non-feminist chick

    See, this is why I’m not a feminist. I have no inclination to spend my time trying to think up ways in which I’m “racist”. Or trying to figure out how to be a “good ally”. Or just the right words to say lest I offend a “woman of color”. (Read: victim)
    Nope. You’re on your own ladies, and this white girl just laughs at your silly twitter wars.

  • Yale Cohn

    I wonder how many of these bumper stickers I could sell at their next convention? Do you think they’d even get the joke?

    • Kimihiro Watanuki

      I’ve been around in comment sections for years. Trust me, they’re not that self aware, but I do think the bummer sticker is perfect and you’d probably make a small fortune.

    • Paige Jackson

      Why stop there? Tattoos, dude. Tattoos. 😉

  • Al’s Annoyed Grandpa

    hmmmm….could it be that #CyclesAreInSynch

    • Ryan Johnson

      My my! Such a sexist joke!

      • Al’s Annoyed Grandpa

        I long ago embraced my sexist attitude. Besides, women are offended; ladies are not.

        • Michelle ✓classified

          I dunno about that. I’ve rarely been described as a “lady” but am rarely offended, I see the humor.

          • Al’s Annoyed Grandpa

            I’d describe you as a lady; mostly because you scare me.

          • Michelle ✓classified

            I laughed SO hard at this Garth! Most of my male friends say the same thing, seriously. They treat me with respect and like a “lady” because (they jokingly say) I scare the bejesus outta them. They say they know I’m really just a tough softie, but they love to tease about how much I scare them. Thank you for the laugh!

    • Paige Jackson

      Shocked! Shocked, I am, that you would post such an offen…

      Yeah. You’re probably right. Heh.

  • SturJen

    A feminist implosion….what would that look like? And worse yet, what would be the smell?

    I’m so glad I turned away from the feminist movement and went back to enjoying being a woman.

    • Michelle ✓classified


  • Axelgreaser

    SEEING THAT PHOTO OF Ms. JUDD, I thought back and was wondering how Kentucky males (and females) would have felt about the actress representing them in the Senate after having made statements such as (quote): “ is “unconscionable to breed” while there are so many starving children in the world. She criticized the tradition of fathers “giving away” their daughters at weddings, calling that practice “a common vestige of male dominion over a woman’s reproductive status.” She has even compared mountaintop removal mining to the Rwandan genocide, and has criticized Christianity as a religion that “legitimizes and seals male power.”–Unquote

    Wow! Only the Girl Scouts of America would have endorsed that! She managed to offend anyone entertaining an idea they might want to ‘breed’, Father’s of Brides, caterer’s everywhere, Christians (of course) and especially coal miners, and in Kentucky, no less! A state she hadn’t been a resident of for decades. That’s called a ‘Hillary’ or a ‘Rham’ residence bambooze. ‘I once breathed air in that state, so I’ll use the influence of celebrity and run for office. It just seems like there is an aberration that runs through the liberal mind that naturally seeks out politics and its willingness to use these people to hold dominion over large masses of people who before they know what has happened, have been ensnared by stifling liberal lunacy.

    Read more:

    • Part138

      And speaking of Fathers of Brides, one thing I don’t like is the “wear beige and stand in the corner.” saying about what a groom’s mother should do. Yes, she and the groom’s father often aren’t paying for the wedding, but still, why can’t she be as public and have as good a time as the bride’s mother? I know often the wedding is held in the bride’s hometown where she doesn’t know and/or is able to invite as many people, but still.
      One thing I really liked about my brother’s wedding in Russia is that my SIL’s mother never made it known what color her dress was to my mother before the wedding, so apparently that’s not as big a deal there than it sometimes is here.
      P.S. And calling dresses “Mother Of The Bride.” dresses. Why can’t they just be called “Mothers” dresses more often? (some companies do call them this) Yes, I know bridal shops will sell to groom’s mothers, but I guess that even though I’m not usually a fan of overly PC language, language that mentions one person and leaves out the other so blatantly annoys me. And sorry for going so long and going off the subject, but that phrase just reminded me of certain stuff all of a sudden (-:

    • Part138

      There are MANY ways to begin a wedding, including the Orthodox Jewish tradition of both the bride and groom being walked down the aisle by their parents, a tradition that many people of other religions have adapted. Also, in Catholic weddings, the bride is never “given away” even when her father walks her down the aisle. The bride and groom are giving each other to each other in the ceremony.

  • frozeninbemidji

    I figured it out,
    the funny ones are meant to be jokes
    the hilarious ones are meant to be serious

  • Maxx

    I can’t imagine what it must be like to live life constantly identifying oneself as a victim. I couldn’t stand that environment for one day, let alone decades.

    • Michelle ✓classified

      Same here Maxx. I can only imagine it’s a very sad and exhausting existence. We all get wronged at one time or another, and more than we can keep count…the key to happiness to forgive and to move on. I feel sorry for the folks who hang onto hurts, nurture and feed them, wear them like a garment they never take off. I don’t think that’s how God intended us to live.

      • EqualityEd

        The funny thing is we’ve tolerated feminists hanging on to their hurts for far too long but only notice it’s a problem when focus is shifted to race. Racial disparities are far larger and more significant than gender disparities. The greater popularity of white women with white men is why women’s activism get’s disproportionate attention. As such it encourages the phony victims who make entire careers out of spreading sensational misinformation relative levels female victimization. This indirectly ends up further marginalizing those already on the margins whose under addressed needs aren’t served by the feminists narrative.

    • Paige Jackson

      There’s that aspect of it, and there’s the odd, nearly-pathological insistence that their congenital victimhood confers upon them some sort of unassailable moral superiority and strength, and deserves respect. You can get respect, OR you can be a perpetual victim, but not both.

    • EqualityEd

      When social justice was focused on the underclass there were far fewer phony victims. White social justice took the phony victim to the next level. Now we literally have people teaching others how to be victims in our universities.

      I might stand up for some suffering dis-empowered people in the world but even as a black male my particular needs don’t merit being a focus of social justice because I see others who are far worse off should come first. I don’t think high profile feminists know how to prioritize because they are used to being in it for themselves.

      • JP

        What exactly is white social justice in your view? Is there such a thing?

  • NiceToMeetYou

    Faux indignation can be quite lucrative.

    • EqualityEd

      Their feminists, they would know.

      • NiceToMeetYou


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  • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    George Orwell called this sort of practice “orthodoxy-sniffing.”
    Of course, he also referred to “smelly little orthodoxies.”

  • jerry148

    “I went into a Black community to do charity work & they didn’t have a Starbucks & suddenly I knew how the slavery felt”. #TheStruggleIsReal

  • Kristine ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I’m still waiting for the OMG OUTRAGE over the actress from Glee, Naya Rivera, saying fiance Big Sean “wears the pants in our relationship” and “will be an amazing husband”.

    How is that any different than what Candace Cameron said?

    Is it because Candace Cameron is white? Religious?

    Where are all the feminist tweets about how Naya Rivera is setting back women a billions years?

    “For now, Rivera is happy being the caretaker in their relationship. “Latinas are really great nurturers who are great to our men; we love hard and we love to cook,”

    “We Latinas are very independent and strong, so it’s even sweeter that I’ve found somebody who can let me out of that role for a minute.”

    • Michelle ✓classified

      “Is it because Candace Cameron is white? Religious?”


    • Paige Jackson

      The idea that your virtues are based upon your ethnicity is every bit as racist, as offensive, as asinine and unrealistic, as any racist caricature of a group’s failings. As someone with Cherokee and Scottish ancestry, am I now supposed to assert that a)I’m great at tracking, but that b)I only buy really cheap equipment? The same people who have been yowping for a couple of generations about being whatever they want to be, have switched to insisting that we’re all slaves of genetics and biochemistry. I guess owning your free will makes for some uncomfortable moral accountability.

      • EqualityEd

        “The idea that your virtues are based upon your ethnicity is every bit as racist, as offensive, as asinine and unrealistic, as any racist caricature of a group’s failings.”

        The idea that race and culture bear no relation to one another despite being primarily a product of specific groups sharing a history of living together is unrealistic. Yes it’s racists to presume you know everything about ‘X’ person when you don’t know their personal history but it is possible to speak of racial groups in cultural generalizations.

        “The same people who have been yowping for a couple of generations about being whatever they want to be, have switched to insisting that we’re all slaves of genetics and biochemistry.”

        I’ve heard far more racial existentialist talk from older anti racists (claims of their minority group being some how superior). That stuff has become progressively less popular. The basis for doing so was exploiting racial pride as a source of self esteem for downtrodden people. The ethnocentric pride works for a while but fades with assimilation. Some ethnic groups isolate themselves within the larger culture to keep that.

    • EqualityEd

      I don’t see anything wrong with her comments. Free to choose your own role means just that. Insisting all women live the way you want would be assigning gender roles. The outrage over a women living the way she wants isn’t necessary where as outrage against a social justice movement being exploited by the relatively well off sub group who shift focus to the concerns of a tiny elite is certainly justified. It’s no different than starting a charity for poor children only to find out the cash is being used to buy toys for rich kids.

      • Kristine ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

        I didn’t say I had a problem with her comments.

        I have a problem with the double standard.

        Did you see where I mentioned Candace Cameron?

        And where did I insist on ANY woman living any particular way? What post are you even responding to??

  • bgbear_rnh

    I believe my shift from “liberal” to conservative started because it was so difficult to keep to keep in good standing with the lefties.

    • E. Scotty

      Same here. If you are a white, straight male, you are constantly apologizing for existing every time you turn a corner with these people.

    • ked5

      mine was watching my fdr dem grandmother who only ever voted D, and victimhood embracing liberal mother. (who repeated their mantra of do as I say not as I do.). and since my grandmother was a flaming racist, it would have been priceless to watch her melt down over bozo. (but she died. then again, she may still have voted for him.) she about had heart failure because I voted for regean.

  • socalcon

    ‘Victims’ seeking to highten their victimization by stewing in their own victimhood- not unlike boiling potatoes too long. After a while, all you’ve got is a pot of mooosh.

  • Aimee

    These women deserve each other, LOL! Meanwhile, I’ll be avoiding them like the plague, like I always do. I’ve got a couple of them in my extended family, ick.

    • JP

      Geez, there is SO much to take issue with in that hashtag, where do you even begin? On one hand, white liberal feminists are overdue to be called out on their obnoxious behavior. Conservative women know exactly the ways in which our white liberal counterparts for years have arrogantly assumed and insisted they are the only authentic voice of women. On the other hand, this thread isn’t even really about feminism. It’s just racism hiding behind the banner of feminism.

  • Jake Bradford

    Ladies, ladies… can all agree. That white males like me are responsible for all of the evil in this world…& the neighboring solar systems.

    • H50 ✓RAT

      LOL, the trebbles would like a word with you.

  • tops116 ✓Quipper

    #whitefeministrants: It’s sexist when men use this hashtag to make fun of feminists

    • H50 ✓RAT

      It really boils down to; I have a uterus, therefore I rage.

      Or war on penises.

      Both are equally stupid.

  • keyboard jockey

    They aren’t feminist they are stalinist.

    • Jack Deth


      The Home Owners’ Association of brow beating obnoxious opinion.

  • Jack Deth

    #WhiteFemnistRants excels!

    Because women can multi~task.

    Where’s my beer and the remote?

  • Ya Dont Say?

    Feminists, on public forum, eating their own. Priceless.

  • Paige Jackson

    When parody is all but indistinguishable from the real thing, it’s time to re-evaluate the real thing…and then maybe trash it, because Geez LOUISE, people.

  • FaithColeridge33

    Zero were given. I’ve got nails to paint.

  • NRPax

    How many feminists does it take to change a lightbulb?


    Thank you, I’m here all weekend.

  • NeoNationalist

    Michelle Goldberg, eh? GOLDBERG. Why are so many if not all leading feminist figures Jewish? Honest question. I just find it odd. ..

  • TheRedCoat92

    Were any of these serious? Because I can’t tell.

    • EqualityEd

      IMO their inside jokes that mock white feminists for having relatively petty issues that they take far too seriously. For them any discomfort in life is treated as some form of oppression and that wasn’t the intention of social justice when it was in the hands of those who really needed.

  • Part138

    Ashley wouldn’t even BE HERE if it weren’t for a “shotgun wedding!” (when her mother was pregnant with her sister Wynonna, apparently she didn’t really love their father)

    • disqus_CR25ev2Z1s

      It’s actually worse that that. Ashley claims that her mother had gotten pregnant by a random neighborhood guy, and convinced her father that the baby was his even though they technically hadn’t had sex. Ashley spends a lot of time in her autobiography lamenting that her mother didn’t have access to an abortion clinic at that time.

      Despite her claims to be above it all, Ashley does seem to show the same love for family gossip that most Southern women have. Trouble is, we don’t print books about our dirty secrets. I’m surprised Ashley’s family still speaks to her.

  • Mackie

    What gender put Obama in the White House twice based on a completely false premise? …Enough said.

    • EqualityEd

      What false premise? The assumption he was going to be a radical leftist who would be unapologetic about pushing a progressive agenda…

      Yeah the left is still upset he’s not really that guy but there’s is always next year.

      • ked5

        cher’s whining (as are other progs) about bozo being a disappointment because he’s not radical ENOUGH for them.

  • Zach Smith

    It is hard to parody radical feminism, because anything you can think of has probably already been said with complete solemnity.

  • Rachelle Drew Cox

    Am I the only one with a vagina who has literally no idea what in the hell is going on? Do Feminists talk in a secret code now? It’s like getting sucked into a vortex. I NEED AN ADULT!

  • benshivd08

    All i gotta say is: “make me a sammich bitch. “

  • Ed McDowell

    Was there anything coherent in any of those tweets because if there is I missed it.

  • APW

    The funniest thing is that you don’t have to know what’s sarcasm and what’s sincere.

  • Ruth

    They were all parodies, right? ……..Right?

    • nc ✓s & balances

      I think so, except this one:
      The Twitter feminist community is a huge cesspool, filled not only with sh*t but with hatred. SO toxic. SO broken.

  • FlatFoot

    So much animus and repugnant bile from so-called “tolerant progressives”.
    Can’t we just go back to “Women’s Lib”, “Sisterhood” and bra burning? Good times!

    • lainer51

      You ARE special………. in your own mind.

  • KWedel

    “transgender women of color” Ding Ding Ding we have a winner!!! I think we have found the biggest victim on the internet.

    • EqualityEd

      But is she disabled?

  • jyearsley

    This is – bar none – the BEST TWITCHY THREAD EVER!!!!!!!!!! Michelle deserves a Nobel for “truthiness”!

  • Dominick Carrullo

    the chicoms knew what they were doing when they introduced drugs to our country.

  • SouthronCross

    Good Lord, the absolute STUPIDITY amongst liberal feminists is shocking.

  • USPatriot

    Ladies. You have a vagina and I have penis. It’s birds and bees. Next question.

  • Watcher3568

    I exist therefore I am… A racist that is .. . I’d rather be considered a racist then the horror of being thought a Brainless Socialist Marxist Progressive.

  • Watcher3568

    These morons worked so hard to emasculate men, turning them into metro-sexuals in touch with their inner woman
    That now their disgusted with what they believed they wanted only problem is since these women discovered they have balls they never realized they never got the owners manual with their new appendage.

  • $430485

    First it was the Jews, then Asians, then gays and now white women. Blacks from Malcolm X on forward have demonizing each and every group. Compare the violence and hatred spewed by black “civil rights” leaders and compare that to white feminists and ask yourself who needs to be scrutinized more. I have no love for white feminists but it wasn’t them that burned down Korean businesses all over this country, have been harassing Asian kids in Philly schools for 4 decades and counting, provoked the Freddy’s Fashion Mart massacre in which 7 young Hispanics died, and incited the worst hate crimes against Jews in US History (Crown Heights). Who did these and dozens of other similar civil rights violations against other oppressed minorities? Black “civil rights leaders”. Blacks also commit 50% of all hate crimes against women, 40% of all hate crimes against gays, and 80% (yes 80%) of all hate crimes against transgendered people. Yes, but let’s listen to blacks babble about white women. Being that white woman, Asians, whites, Jews, gays and cops make up 90% of the population but less than 3% of all murders of black folks it is obvious that the problem is everyone but black folks and the black “civil rights” lobby who should never get the same scrutiny as blacks dish out. Get it?

  • Danny Wheeler

    Oh, my!

  • $430485

    Black people are powerless. You know this because while they babble and rant about white women, gays, Asians, and Jews without any backlash the minute the minute anyone dare call out the long history of their KKK-like behavior free speech magically disappears. Pretty good for a race of people who claim to be powerless. The “people of color” vs “white women thing is a smokescreen to reality since it is black men and women who are responsible for most injustices against “people of color” not white women.

    • Derelictus

      Yes but Whitey made them do it, dontcha see? Cuz racism and slavery and stuff. Whitey’s evil hidden hand cause all black pathologies. No personal responsibility by blacks is required! What a convenient ideology, this anti-white ‘anti-racism’ is.

    • Jake Bradford

      We live in a world of Black Privilege.

  • Lori Blaney

    How sad, feminism shouldn’t be categorized as white, black, Asian, etc. Grew up in late 60’s, early 70’s. They have no idea.

  • Calvin

    Because my ancestors may have been slaves I get to tell you what is and isn’t politically correct.

    Or was that because I have a vagina?

    No, wait…it’s because I refuse to follow societal norms!


    Was that out loud?

  • RedSoloCup

    Hey Ashley… nice turkey neck!

    • lainer51

      Really? I thought it was what a big-mouth HACK looks like.

  • OfficialPro

    Ah yes, the “Intent is NOT Magical” justification for not accepting that someone didn’t intend to offend.

  • gold7406

    feminists have been hustled again. they doubled their work load [ be a wife and go get a job too] and the politicians define what you’re all about..abortions and birth control to get your vote.

  • BamaMoon

    #WhiteFeministRants This is what a feminist looks like? YIKES!! I’ll take a mulligan :)

  • nala

    women…what can I say

  • Itchieitchiegoomie

    The worst part? All these women wasting time online when they should be taking care of their men. #bitchesshouldbemakingbicuits