This morning when this editor first logged into Twitter she thought to herself, “Wow, it’s so nice and quiet. Where are all the shrieking SJWs and feminists complaining about men not sitting with their legs together and fart rape?” Then she noticed a tag trending, a glorious, amazing, wonderful tag that meant the entire day would be peaceful, quiet and pleasant.
Apparently women are going silent in order to protest women’s voices being … silenced.
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) October 13, 2017
Wondering if Alyssa and others get the irony of this whole boycott? We’re going to guess they do not.
Take your time. Maybe take a month or two off. Or more.
— Mark Dice (@MarkDice) October 13, 2017
Yeah. This should make up for you covering for Harvey.
— Vince Gottalotta (@VinceGottalotta) October 13, 2017
They were silent about Harvey for years and years, and this pissed Rose McGowan off which ultimately got Rose locked on Twitter. And now the same women who said nothing to help her in the first place think boycotting Twitter for the day makes things better?
How about boycotting Hollywood, Alyssa?
"For the women who have been silenced" and you're gonna help that by continuing to be silent???
— NOT Gary Payton (@NotGPayton) October 13, 2017
Oh, and more good news. Men who identify as feminists will also be silent today.
This should be AWESOME.
— ((( Shayne. ))) (@ShaynePatrick) October 13, 2017
A whole week.
Don’t tease us.
The gift that keeps on giving. Girl, bye👋🏾
— Tiff🇺🇸 (@LATiffani1) October 13, 2017
I wasn't silent when I was molested by a professor, and I won't be silent now. Have fun, Hollyweird. You were silent for too long.
— 💎 Erin 💎 (@heartsabustin) October 13, 2017
They just don’t get it.