Freitag, Dezember 26, 2014

Die 10 verrücktesten Ideen von Feministinnen

Platz 10:

Feminist Roxcy Bolton doesn’t like hurricanes. Her opposition results not so much from the destruction they cause but from the word itself. Bolton claimed that the term "hurricane" sounds too much like "her-icane." She thinks "hurricane" sounds feminine, and consequently is misogynistic, making us associate the destructive storms with women. Roxcy claimed that "women are not disasters, destroying life and communities and leaving a lasting and devastating effect." Instead, she wanted to rename hurricanes to "him-icanes." The National Weather Service rejected her proposal. Maybe she’ll go after herpes next.

Platz 2:

French feminist Luce Irigaray calls "E=mc2" a "sexed equation." She claims that it is sexist because "privileges the speed of light over other speeds that are vitally necessary to us." Irigaray thinks its sexist for the formula to "privilege that which goes faster." Irigaray believes that all of physics is sexist. She sees a massive male conspiracy in physics that has made fluid mechanics, which she associates with the feminine, less developed than solid mechanics. She thinks male physicists are deliberately not studying fluid mechanics because men’s bodies don’t have a particular fluid in them: menstrual fluid. Since 1964, she has been employed as a researcher at the French National Centre for Scientific Research and is currently France’s director of research in philosophy.

Hier findet man die vollständige Liste. Bitte vergessen Sie beim Lesen nicht, dass der Feminismus ausschließlich von maskulistischen Wirrköpfen kritisiert wird, die keine Ahnung von dieser Ideologie haben. Normale Menschen haben am Feminismus nichts auszusetzen.

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