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Hey Gloria……..The feminist movement is over!!! Please go away!

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Never before have we seen so many opportunities for so many in this country. Never before have so many doors been opened that were once closed. Yet, there are those so out of touch with reality, so delusional – that they carry on as if it were a hundred years ago. 
We just witnessed a March on Washington for “Women’s Rights.” A march for what the New York Times called a campaign……”riven by an election that raised unsettling questions about American values, out-of-touch elites and barriers to women’s ambitions.”

Out of touch elites? Would that be the likes of Madonna, Gloria Steinem or Ashley Judd who sell crazy to the masses?

Barriers to women’s ambitions? What barriers? The only barriers in this day and age are the barriers we place upon ourselves. 

Men and women. 

Our “ceilings” are limited only by our ability, drive and persistence to succeed. 

Men and women. 

And even then, there are those that overcome hardships – exceeding their ability and going against all odds to achieve their dreams and goals. 

Men and women. 

Maybe we should ask the following woman about inequality or ceilings:

Condoleezza Rice – Secretary of State

Janet Reno – Attorney General

Janet Yellen – Chair of the Federal Reserve

Mary Barra – CEO General Motors 

Sheryl Kara Sandberg – COO Facebook

Susan Diane Wojcicki – CEO YouTube

Margaret Cushing Whitman – President & CEO Hewlett Packard

Virginia Marie Rometty – Chairwomen, President & CEO of IBM

Sandra Day O’Connor – First female appointed to the Supreme Court 1981

Ruth Joan Bader Ginsburg – Associate Justice Supreme Court of the United States 

Anne M. Mulcahy – CEO Xerox

Brenda Czajka Barnes – CEO of PepsiCo 

Patricia Ann Woertz – Executive Vice President Chevron 

Indra Krishnamurthy Nooyi – Chairwoman & CEO of PepsiCo 

Irene Blecker Rosenfeld – CEO Frito Lay

Patricia F. Russo – CEO Lucent Technologies

Sheila Colleen Bair – President Washington College 

Lynn Laverty Elsenhans– CEO Sunoco 

Ellen J. Kullman – CEO DuPont 

Jill Ellen Abramson – Executive Editor New York Times 

Janet Ann Napolitano – Governor of Arizona, Secretary Homeland Security 

Irene Rosenfeld – Chairwoman and CEO of Kraft Foods

Carol M. Meyrowitz – Presidwnt & CEO TJX Company

Angela Braly – Chairwoman, President & CEO of WellPoint 

Ursula M. Burns – Chairwoman & CEO Xerox 

Laura J. Sen – President CEO of BJ’s Wholesale Club

Beth E. Mooney. – Chairwoman & CEO Keycorp 

Carly Fiorina – CEO Hewlett Packard – 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate

Marillyn A. Hewson – Chairwoman, President & CEO of Lockheed Martin 

Denise M. Morrison – President & CEO Campbell’s Soup Company

And if that list isn’t worthy of the utmost praise, consider the following:

There are twenty female senators currently in congress. 

In 1917 the first female was elected to congress – a Republican. Since then there have been close to 300 woman elected to the house. 

There have been forty women who have served as governor in the United States. 

According to a Rutgers University report – 18.9% of United States Cities with populations over 30,000 – have a woman as a mayor. 

And yet despite all the ceilings that have been shattered; despite all the barriers that have been broken; despite all the ambitions achieved by these women; there must be a march?

Gloria Steinem will tell “you” that “voices must be heard and women will not be controlled.”
Why?

Because if she doesn’t she is irrelevant. 

She must promulgate this false idea that “you” as a woman are less then. That “you” as a woman are unimportant. Perhaps she is the problem. Perhaps she is the one holding “you” back. 

She spoke of Trump’s inability to distinguish between fantasy and reality. Well in “reality,” her world is fantasy – A world where woman must fight for the scraps thrown by men. A fantasy world where she must “ask daddy.” A fantasy world where “you” will never shatter that glass ceiling. 

Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy?

Steinem must keep you “down.” She must keep you “ill” so that she can rescue “you” and free you from the sickness and chains of male domination and inequality. 

Consider the fact that a 2013 article in the Huffington Post reports that only 20% of Americans consider themselves feminists and you will begin to really understand why Gloria Steinem must keep this fallacy going. 

And if it’s hard to believe that there are those that still buy into this ridiculous idea – one need only to consider the fact that there were people walking around with female genitalia on their heads. 
Or consider the fact that Ashley Judd felt the need to accuse the President of the United States of incestuous thoughts against his daughter. 

Look at any one of these feminist supporter’s social media pages and you’ll see posts of cats and dogs or Star Wars or cosplay. It’s hard to take any of them seriously. 
They live in an alternate reality. A reality where it is easier to play the consummate victim than to take charge of their lives. A world where it is easier to blame others than to accept their own shortcomings. 

Never before have we seen so many opportunities for so many in this country. Never before have so many doors been opened that were once closed. Yet, there are those so out of touch with reality, so delusional – that they carry on as if it were a hundred years ago. 
That or a real case of Penis Envy. 

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Written by usa1968

January 22, 2017 at 9:51 pm

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