Eight reasons why I didn’t support the #WomensMarch

  1. Women’s March co-organizer Linda Sarsour has links to Hamas and supports Sharia law.  If “intersectionality” involves finding common cause with Sharia, I don’t want any part of it.
  2. Modern feminism objectifies women as female sexual organs. But wait, that’s unfair to people who self-identify as women but don’t have vaginas!
  3. Using young children as props is child exploitation.
  4. Young children shouldn’t be exposed to vulgarity and obscene language.
  5. Pussyhatters are not worthy to be heirs to the legacy of Susan B. Anthony and other first-wave feminists.
  6. Abortion is not a reproductive right.
  7. While I support birth control and the freedom it has given to women, its unfortunate side-effect has meant sex without commitment.
  8. Today’s feminists conflate womens’ health with funding of Planned Parenthood.  I refuse to accept that Planned Parenthood is the only game in town for services such as pap smears, mammograms, and contraception.

 

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