I missed this when it was fresh news last year, but it seems a new Cinderella movie rubbed feminists the wrong way ( https://www.yahoo.com/parenting/cinderella-sparks-backlash-after-returning-to-113883671942.html?soc_src=mail&soc_trk=ma ).
“Cinderella” is a fairy tale from hundreds of years ago. Today it has the potential to wreak psychic havoc on the minds of little girls, according to a “feminist psychotherapist.” Hey, after you’ve listened to some feminist music for a while, you may want to get into a bit of psychotherapy: but by all means, only feminist psychotherapy. Whatever that is. Just make sure you hop aboard before it turns back into a pumpkin.
Because nobody was right about anything until around 1990, it’s necessary to cut off the human race from its history. Only let people see and read the things feminists, “gay” activists, gender coaches, and academics think they should be able to see and read.
As we learn from modern fairy tales, such as Scholastic Books’ Spirit Animals series, the right way to present life to little girls is to show an 11-year-old super-girl beating the daylights out of grown men, or even killing them. This is much more healthy, psychologically. It will do much to prepare girls for real life.
And after a few feminist fairy tales, a few hours of feminist music, and maybe a session or two of feminist psychotherapy, the victim goes out to the movies to see 50 Shades of Grey.
There’s a lesson in that somewhere. I’m sure there is.
8 comments on “Feminists Fricassee Cinderella”
Very good and right on the money. I’m no sociologist, but just about every woman I talk to recoils at the word ‘feminist.’ Perhaps the majority of sane and normal folks will reclaim the word to mean something real and helpful.
“Because nobody was right about anything until around 1990”
Ahhhahahah right on the money Lee. One of the best, and certainly funniest points in a fine piece.
Don’t let optimal play hear you say that.
Feminists won’t utter a peep about the most morally debauched films and books that come out, but when a silly little Disney movie comes out then all of a sudden the world is coming to an end and they must stand on the rooftops and proclaim that Armageddon has come in the form of a fairy godmother and a girl with a glass slipper.
I wrote a post on that movie through the eyes of A Course in Miracles. I think having a protagonist who is loving, loyal, kind and has a strong character is what we want to teach our kids. Let the “feminists” have a go at me: https://miraclesblazinglight.wordpress.com/2015/03/26/bibbidy-bobbidi-boo/
I’ve read your post. Watch out for those feminists–and don’t let them sing any feminist music at your.
Instead of fantasies about young girl’s kicking the butts of older males, how about teaching all children and young people how to physically defend themselves. It is profitable knowledge, and for sure good exercise.
My wife is well-read about the Islam religion,and is infuriated at how women are viewed and treated by that false belief system. She can’t understand why so-called feminists in America don’t feel the same way she does, and how the so-called feminist leaders actually ban with the Muslims in protesting against Trump.
It’s only because modern feminists lack all trace of sincerity.