Here’s a story so gross, we thought for sure we’d read it and been disgusted by it before. Sure enough, this piece from Women’s Health Magazine dates back to 2015, but the editors seem to have resurrected it just in time for Thanksgiving 2017.
— Women's Health (@WomensHealthMag) November 9, 2017
“Steal her recipe for an unforgettable Thanksgiving feast,” says Women’s Health. Remember that when your progressive relatives pass around the bread basket on the 23rd.
OK, seriously, you might want to skip this excerpt — and again, no, this isn’t The Onion.
But does such a recipe even exist? Yes, it does, thanks to feminist blogger Zoe Stavri, who, after getting a pretty bad yeast infection, had the inspired idea to turn her discomfort into delicious baked goods.
“Waking up on Saturday with the familiar itchy burny fanny, I giggled to myself, ‘Maybe I could make bread with that,'” Zoe writes on her blog, Another Angry Woman. “And that ticked into, ‘Well, I’ve always wanted to try making my own sourdough anyway,’ and then a ‘Fuck, would that even work?’ And then I got curious, and the next thing that happened was I was scraping white goop off of a dildo into a bowl of flour mixed with water.”
This appeared in my timeline without my consent. https://t.co/7mwDP1hRY9
— John-Paul Pagano (@johnpaulpagano) November 9, 2017
Strange use of the word hero https://t.co/6ZCmVUcYBu
— James (@HardysArchitect) November 9, 2017
What is heroic about this? ? https://t.co/erNIgDKYek
— ß+∂(z²-i)n×g₃=a (@ShisoNoKyojin) November 9, 2017
"Feminist Hero"=Some kooky broad, who smells of despair, cat piss, and clove cigarettes. https://t.co/h3pIbUBF6O
— Deebs ????? (@DeebsFTL) November 9, 2017
So this is what it takes to be deemed a "hero" in feminist circles https://t.co/tk2EBamsvS
— Ben McDonald (@Bmac0507) November 9, 2017
Just the other day a man grabbed his gun and stopped a killer in Texas from killing more people. Refused to call himself a hero.
A woman bakes some infectious material from her junk into food and she deserves a freaking parade according to feminists. https://t.co/AIDxDHprOe
— Brandon Morse (@TheBrandonMorse) November 9, 2017
That's not the definition of a hero.
Only crazy people eat their own excretions. https://t.co/OiFJFCIvFp
— MonBossyMothma-WR (@nowhere_nh) November 9, 2017
"Women's Health", "hero"… Words now mean whatever they want them to mean depending on their feelings. https://t.co/FEP1aMROcD
— Younger Z (@Younger__Z) November 9, 2017
They don't make heroes like they used to smh ? https://t.co/61ulx09yBT
— Oliver Coles (@OMC739) November 9, 2017
Let us all be thankful that brave feminists and their supporters explore such great frontiers on our behalf. https://t.co/zmrGDOFjm9
— Cory Morgan (@CoryBMorgan) November 9, 2017
This is perhaps the most disgusting thing I've ever seen. https://t.co/23brdhDt9Q
— TurkLee (@LCJS) November 9, 2017
Women are doing extraordinary work in their fields & the feminists r doing this https://t.co/D4rJ2Za2JE
— Angry Tiger Talks (@AngryTigerTalks) November 9, 2017
Had to delete my tweet on this…just too gross. Sorry guys ? https://t.co/7MJBtCmDeh
— The Safest Space (@TheSafestSpace) November 9, 2017
Time to log off for the month I'm going to throw up repeatedly https://t.co/6df5NoSHtR
— Bednahhhk (@VinceBednarik) November 9, 2017
— HTTRmy (@IrepDCSports) November 9, 2017
I saw Vaginal Sourdough open for Chainsaw Bayonet at CBGB in 1987 https://t.co/uN8xG90O7u
— Cameron Gray (@Cameron_Gray) November 9, 2017
I'm sure there are some virtue signalling Vancouver craft breweries contemplating this for their next session brew. https://t.co/KSY8PvjTfV
— Ryan Medd (@ryanwmedd) November 9, 2017
Ladies, let me mansplain for a minute here..
Stop this shit. https://t.co/5zbDu0wRBb
— Tim (@Timerican) November 9, 2017
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