Category Archives: Social Justice Warriors

She’s their successor to Christ, their man of the year.

Social Justice Warriors have been outdoing themselves with Greta Thunberg.  After I wrote A (new) child to save us, I saw in Fabius Maximus’ post Using girls for propoganda that a church in Sweden has declared her a successor to … Continue reading

Posted in Envy, Fabius Maximus, Feminist Territory Marking, Greta Thunberg, Social Justice Warriors, Ugly Feminists | 67 Comments

Well behaved Karens seldom speak to the manager.

For readers who aren’t familiar with the Karen meme, check out this post (language warning) for a description and examples of the genre.  But in a nutshell there are two primary themes of the Karen meme: An entitled/pushy woman who … Continue reading

Posted in Moxie, Social Justice Warriors, Ugly Feminists | 216 Comments

A (new) child to save us.

Last post I noted the uncanny resemblance between Greta Thunberg and the “Fearless Girl” statue.  Another example of the bratty girl as savior archetype that is so common today is Laura from the movie Logan (violence warning): The symbolism of … Continue reading

Posted in Fearless Girl, Feminist Territory Marking, Greta Thunberg, Movies, Moxie, Social Justice Warriors, Ugly Feminists | 68 Comments

Do our Social Justice Warriors deserve the best money can buy?

Stephen Green* at Instapundit linked to a fear mongering piece at Business Insider this afternoon: GULP: Navy SEAL who oversaw the bin Laden raid says China’s massive military buildup is a ‘holy s—‘ moment. From the linked article: China’s technological … Continue reading

Posted in Business Insider, Feminist Territory Marking, Instapundit, Military, Social Justice Warriors | 78 Comments

The best a brand can get?

I noted back in January that Gillette ran the risk of becoming a cautionary tale for Marketing 101 courses.  This has now come to pass, as P&G recently announced that they were taking an 8 billion dollar write down on … Continue reading

Posted in Commercials, Denial, Disrespecting Respectability, Gillette, Social Justice Warriors | 41 Comments