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Alabama sorority video denounced as "hyper feminine" - Off The Reservation - 08-17-2015 10:55 PM

I turned on the tv and some show was making "news" out of this University of Alabama Alpha Phi Sorority recruitment video.

They said it was all too thin. I think the video is great especially considering it must be student made, but I don't see all thin. But why is that bad again I keep forgetting...

What a stupid thing to make a "controversy" out of. Is complaining about this video all people have to do now while stuffing their fat faces? What do they want 350 lb ambassadors trying to get your daughters to join??? It's a video for the fun social side of college and some bitter feminists are mad mad mad.





The original writer who brought this up is a real white knight who calls the video "hyper-feminine."

I also solidly reject the writers idea that the women must be concerned with "service and philanthropy efforts." This is not a slave institution and the girls have no moral obligation whatsoever to please the writer of the oped with his socialist dribble about service.

He is a poor excuse for a man picking on these girls with his bitter male feminist socialist view of life. Life without these pretty girls as he would wish would be a horror.

I say let them stay thin, dress well and make more videos if they want!!

http://www.al.com/opinion/index.ssf/2015/08/bama_sorority_video_worse_for.html


RE: fun young college video controversial? how fucking stupid are things getting... - Yatagan - 08-17-2015 11:02 PM

I've seen that they've bitched about the lack of "diversity" in that vid and how it "objectifies" women too.


RE: fun young college video controversial? how fucking stupid are things getting... - teh_skeeze - 08-17-2015 11:09 PM

Pretty white girls being pleasant? Run to the hills.


RE: fun young college video controversial? how fucking stupid are things getting... - Paracelsus - 08-17-2015 11:13 PM

A woman wrote this, not a man. The first line is a tell:

Quote:Remember all those bikini-clad, sashaying, glitter-blowing, and spontaneous piggyback-riding days of college? Me neither.

There've already been a few A.L. Baileys online who've had to go to their Twitter pages disavowing any authorship of this opinion piece.

A.L. Bailey may well be a pseudonym, but interestingly, when you Google "Bailey feminist", the fifth result down is a book called The Feminist Philosophy Reader, authored by one Alison Bailey.


RE: fun young college video controversial? how fucking stupid are things getting... - Atlanta Man - 08-17-2015 11:15 PM

That video was great, young sexy women having fun! SJWs are buzzkills, not everything has to be about "diversity" or "inclusion" sometimes it is just about funpartysexytime! I wanted to fuck every girl in that video....


RE: fun young college video controversial? how fucking stupid are things getting... - CRR - 08-17-2015 11:15 PM

If there were more obese women than not, there would be a celebration of how comfortable and beautiful all the women are. I'm sure the word 'empowering' would be used several times.

I still remember when being a fit, attractive woman was not controversial and considered a good thing, something to aim for.


RE: Alabama sorority video denounced as "hyper feminine" - Off The Reservation - 08-17-2015 11:15 PM

(08-17-2015 11:13 PM)Paracelsus Wrote:  A woman wrote this, not a man. The first line is a tell:

Quote:Remember all those bikini-clad, sashaying, glitter-blowing, and spontaneous piggyback-riding days of college? Me neither.

There've already been a few A.L. Baileys online who've had to go to their Twitter pages disavowing any authorship of this opinion piece.

A.L. Bailey may well be a pseudonym, but interestingly, when you Google "Bailey feminist", the fifth result down is a book called The Feminist Philosophy Reader, authored by one Alison Bailey.

good call


RE: Alabama sorority video denounced as "hyper feminine" - Off The Reservation - 08-17-2015 11:17 PM

I left a few words on his / her article.

Does make sense as a woman writer. Makes HUGE sense... Hundreds of pounds of it.


RE: Alabama sorority video denounced as "hyper feminine" - Eskhander - 08-17-2015 11:18 PM

Also they are too white.


RE: Alabama sorority video denounced as "hyper feminine" - Off The Reservation - 08-17-2015 11:19 PM

(08-17-2015 11:09 PM)teh_skeeze Wrote:  Pretty white girls being pleasant? Run to the hills.

Yes didn't they get the message ?


RE: Alabama sorority video denounced as "hyper feminine" - C-Note - 08-17-2015 11:21 PM

This video makes me wish I had an account at Feministing so I could start a thread about this video and say, "Isn't this great to see these empowered, strong, independent women enjoying the freedom to be themselves that feminism has brought them?" Then watch the mocking comments roll in.


RE: Alabama sorority video denounced as "hyper feminine" - Hotwheels - 08-17-2015 11:22 PM

Katherine Timpf, who was in a sorority, slaughtered some feminist nutjob that was calling out this video earlier today on Fox.

Timpf pic;
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WB


She a conservative btw.


RE: Alabama sorority video denounced as "hyper feminine" - Paracelsus - 08-17-2015 11:28 PM

WBACOG (Would Bang And Cum On Glasses).


RE: Alabama sorority video denounced as "hyper feminine" - Off The Reservation - 08-17-2015 11:33 PM

(08-17-2015 11:15 PM)CRR Wrote:  If there were more obese women than not, there would be a celebration of how comfortable and beautiful all the women are. I'm sure the word 'empowering' would be used several times.

I still remember when being a fit, attractive woman was not controversial and considered a good thing, something to aim for.

Those were the days.


RE: fun young college video controversial? how fucking stupid are things getting... - Emancipator - 08-17-2015 11:41 PM

Applying to the University of Alabama, be right back.


Man sororities here suck, its all filled with fumpy nerds trying their hardest to play dress up


RE: Alabama sorority video denounced as "hyper feminine" - zanetti - 08-17-2015 11:43 PM

that vid really made my morning

I especially love the ice-cream eating part


RE: Alabama sorority video denounced as "hyper feminine" - EuphoricWizard - 08-17-2015 11:49 PM

Attacking attractive women is a losing strategy since they hold the most social capital. Once the attractive women dump feminism then it's over for them. We should be doing whatever we can to egg on the Lindy West's to keep attacking them.


RE: Alabama sorority video denounced as "hyper feminine" - Ingocnito - 08-18-2015 12:08 AM

WB every single girl in that video, infinitesimal times.


RE: Alabama sorority video denounced as "hyper feminine" - Off The Reservation - 08-18-2015 12:16 AM

(08-18-2015 12:08 AM)Ingocnito Wrote:  WB every single girl in that video, infinitesimal times.

100% agreed


RE: Alabama sorority video denounced as "hyper feminine" - Captainstabbin - 08-18-2015 12:35 AM

At my school, the sorority girls were the absolute best the campus had to offer. And being in the right fraternity gave you an instant in with all of them. My first rush party was a cookout with around 15 girls, most in bikinis. As a small-town kid with fewer than 10 truly hot women in my high school, I almost fainted.


RE: Alabama sorority video denounced as "hyper feminine" - Phoenix - 08-18-2015 12:45 AM

Of course it's controversial. It's good. Leftists don't like good. It makes them angry and they want to attack it. Straight out of Atlas Shrugged.


RE: Alabama sorority video denounced as "hyper feminine" - RIslander - 08-18-2015 01:03 AM

They should change their sorority's name to Ψβ


RE: Alabama sorority video denounced as "hyper feminine" - HeyPete - 08-18-2015 01:08 AM

Let's see

Alabama sorority video. Or I can look at pics of a brave 57-year old Sharon Stone or the size 24-model.

Hmm, what to do? What to do?

Tremendous hot, fresh, young, non-fat, primo puss like in the Alpha Phi video is what has made man invent civilization. To get a piece of that.

Fat bitches just make you want to end it.


RE: Alabama sorority video denounced as "hyper feminine" - Roadrunner - 08-18-2015 01:54 AM

Alpha Phi is known for generally being the hottest sorority on campus everywhere. Usually no more than the token chubby 5/6.


RE: Alabama sorority video denounced as "hyper feminine" - HankMoody - 08-18-2015 02:01 AM

Consider your average feminist: blue hair, 20lbs overweight (but says everyone should just accept her body), takes anti-depressant medications, has a masters degree and like $20 in the bank, and she makes up stories about how hundreds of guys harass her in the street a day even though it didn't happen. She's a unique special snowflake, perfectly perfect in every way, and society only rejects her because society is the problem.

Consider your average white knight: hasn't gotten laid in eons, and by a hot chick ever. Hates competitive sports, weight lifting, and is probably a vegan. Spends hours listening to average feminist on the phone crying about how Dave had sex with her and now doesn't return her texts, while wondering why she isn't banging him. Hangs around with females who he isn't banging.

The critics are simply jealous losers, who try and hide behind their own shortcomings under the guise of "the system."

The girls in that video? Attractive, athletic winners.

The guys SJWs hate? "Douchebags." Meaning winners who do things like play sports, keep in shape, make money, have nice things, date hot women, and aren't apologetic about any of it.

What I love about the neomasculinity movement is that we're starting to tell people it's okay to be a winner. Lift weights, have goals, make money, date hot chicks, and be awesome at life. SJWs are losers, so ignore them.