Emma Watson, UN Women Global Goodwill Ambassador and feminist trash

durangotang

Ostrich
Probably doctored, but still close enough to give you the creeps and appropriate given the context:

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The Father said:
I defriended a guy who, of his own accord, posts white-knight nonsense. It's bad enough when they respond to some chicks fake-complaining with "That's jus' turrible...that you have to, ya know...ENDURE that!" But to lead with your OWN post about how "I'm sick about all the a-hole guys who approach women on the street...women I care about have to endure this...blah blah blah". ANd I think to myself, "grow. a. dick!"

BTW, I call it "fake complaining" because the reality is, women LOVE being cat-called on the street...they LOVE male attention, live for it, and would shrivel up and die without it. That's why I think its the uggo's who don't get male attention who want to deprive other girls of it, thereby lessening their own competitive disadvantage. THat's why so many feminists want women to be judged on their education, careers, etc - it's the only thing they can even remotely compete on!

In a lot of ways feminism is exactly like that, entitled uggos who don't want to improve (because they feel they deserve to have high quality men no matter what their attitude is and how they look) trying to bring down other women and destroy their potential to live happy lives and raise a healthy family. The fact that it harms men by de facto is icing on the cake. No one wants them, so they must make everyone suffer.

As for the catcalling, women don't mind attention but the whole anti-catcalling thing is because they're getting attention from people they don't want it from. If Brad Pitt catcalled them on the street they wouldn't be mad about it.

Emma Watson has either been tricked into believing the shit or is making money off preaching this. Or maybe she's a lesbian man-hater. Who knows?

No normal girl cuts her hair short like that.
 

Cyr

Kingfisher
michelin said:
WTF?

My granpa always told me: don't believe in magic and those who claim to be magicians. He was right. Here is the proof.

There was a red alert though. Remember her cutting her hair short? Watson was long damaged before she made this speech.

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If anyone knows about a parody film titled Harry Poundher (or something alike) I'd gladly rent that DVD.

Hairy twatter:

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AnonymousBosch

Crow
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JWLZG said:
I have my share of the chardonnay-socialist SWPL brigade as Facebook friends who wasted no time in trotting this landmark moment on my newsfeed, replete with such captions as "100 points for Gryffindor" and "Emma Watson is a goddess. One of them is an editor of mamamia.com.au (basically an Australian Jezebel). All but one of those shares were by chicks.

Was it a lack of courage that stopped me from commenting on how did acting in a spate of films revolving around magic spells and growing up qualified one to champion the cause of women's issues?

Yeah, it was all over the feeds yesterday, including, as always, my girlfriend's indoctrinated uni-age sister.

I've simply mocked it on waking up this morning. The girls know me as a smartarse anyway.

"Because if you want sound advice on how everyone should live their lives, the obvious person to ask is a former child star."

I then posted before and after pics of McCaulley Culkin, Miley Cyrus, Michael Jackson, Britney Spears, Lindsay Lohan and Corey Haim.

Then I finished up with pics of Watson, one with long hair saying 'Before Feminism', then 'After Feminism' including that ugly pic of her in the scarf Michelin posted, then a 'Seems Legit' pic.

I'll see what the response is.
 

Days of Broken Arrows

Crow
Gold Member
In that speech Watson said:

"If men don't have to be aggressive in order to be accepted, women won't feel compelled to be submissive. If men don't have to control, women won't have to be controlled. Both men and women should feel free to be sensitive. Both men and women should feel free to be strong. It is time that we all perceive gender on a spectrum, instead of two sets of opposing ideals."

Of course, when it comes to who she herself chooses to date, her "gender spectrum" is focused only on the most masculine hunky men around, like her boyfriend Matt Janney (see below).

As for the rest of you cis-gendered minions, Emma demands you ignore your own biological desires and suck tranny cock while she herself gets all the trimmings of a traditional relationship. Got that?

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Dusty

Peacock
Gold Member
AnonymousBosch said:
JWLZG said:
I have my share of the chardonnay-socialist SWPL brigade as Facebook friends who wasted no time in trotting this landmark moment on my newsfeed, replete with such captions as "100 points for Gryffindor" and "Emma Watson is a goddess. One of them is an editor of mamamia.com.au (basically an Australian Jezebel). All but one of those shares were by chicks.

Was it a lack of courage that stopped me from commenting on how did acting in a spate of films revolving around magic spells and growing up qualified one to champion the cause of women's issues?

Yeah, it was all over the feeds yesterday, including, as always, my girlfriend's indoctrinated uni-age sister.

I've simply mocked it on waking up this morning. The girls know me as a smartarse anyway.

"Because if you want sound advice on how everyone should live their lives, the obvious person to ask is a former child star."

I then posted before and after pics of McCaulley Culkin, Miley Cyrus, Michael Jackson, Britney Spears, Lindsay Lohan and Corey Haim.

Then I finished up with pics of Watson, one with long hair saying 'Before Feminism', then 'After Feminism' including that ugly pic of her in the scarf Michelin posted, then a 'Seems Legit' pic.

I'll see what the response is.

:eek:hshit2:
 

AnonymousBosch

Crow
Gold Member
FB has been amusing. I'm surprised how many 'adult' women seem deeply-bonded with the Harry Potter Universe.

I couldn't get anyone to explain to me why I should take Emma Watson's view on anything seriously.

I was told 'she's a great actress, that's why.'

My response: "If I was casting a key role in a potentially-billion dollar franchise, would I trust an 11-year-old kid to convincingly act the part of a bossy, lecturing know-it-all, or just cast a bossy, lecturing know-it-all to be herself?"
 

Quintus Curtius

Crow
Gold Member
Seeing this little viper mince around the UN and give her speech has been nothing less than sickening.

The worst part is to see that carp-faced rat flunky Ban Ki Moon, the biggest ass-sucking toady that has ever graced the Secretary-General's chair. Seems that when he's not occupied with kissing America's ass he's lining up to eat from its cultural cesspool.

Sometimes it's hard not to abandon oneself to despair.

Here he his, and all the other male mangina kissasses, willingly bouncing along to toe the party line. Watson wants to "enlist" 100,000 men and boys to "help" in achieving "gender equality."

Translation: She wants 100,000 men and boys to willingly place their necks in the yoke of servitude to her program.

And not one male voice stood up to defend us. Not one voice dared contradict her version of reality.

Not one.

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GLethal85

Sparrow
Is there a difference between feminism and gender equality? If they really wanted men to get on board they should just scrap the word feminism and just replace it with gender equality. Why is she a proud feminist and not a proud "gender equalist?"

Watson makes a good attempt at trying to include men in supporting gender equality. She even brings up the growing suicide epidemic among men and also mens identity issues in formative years.

The problem is that gender equality is an oxymoron. We are different by nature and social conventions will never change that. Sex will ALWAYS sell. Men will always get turned on by sexy girls and girls will always get turned on by dominant men. The world has to keep turning and Emma can't stop it.

Developed nations have overfeminized to the point where women have more of an advantage rather than being oppressed. Her speech is much more applicable to developing nations than developed.
 

Lizard King

Pelican

JWLZG

 
GLethal85 said:
Is there a difference between feminism and gender equality? If they really wanted men to get on board they should just scrap the word feminism and just replace it with gender equality. Why is she a proud feminist and not a proud "gender equalist?"

All genders are equal, but some genders are more equal than others?
 

Hardy Daytona

Woodpecker
Gold Member
She has no credibility, no experience and no precedents.
The worst part is that her utterly naive views are being printed in newspapers. Part of her speech was in today's comments & letters section of The Daily Telegraph, supposed one of the most reputable periodicals in the UK.

It makes me think of the quote from Wayne's World 2:
"You're worthless! You're less than nothing! What's keeping you here? You don't belong here! Why don't you just quit!?"
"Cos I got no place else to go....."
 
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