It looks like a whole lot of women aren’t too happy about ‘MeToo’. Check this out.
Did you see this one coming?
After the allegations of sexual assault and harassment started bubbling forth from Hollywood with Harvey Weinstein, the Media (D) with Matt Lauer, and Washington with Al Franken and John Conyers, women started using the hashtag #MeToo to share their own ‘stories’.
Women were applauded for coming forward and touted as ‘brave’.
The problem is that the ‘assault’ and ‘abuse’ allegations became examples of awkward flirting, or a crude joke said in the presence of a woman. In essence, it’s been screaming downhill to become a full-on, man-hating witch hunt.
We have seen that men are coming forward and speaking against the #MeToo movement.
And now — here come the women.
The popular anonymous social media app, Whisper, has been used by many women to share their real views on the #MeToo campaign. And honey, it ain’t pretty!
Check out some screenshots:
Some say that it’s just women that want attention:
And then the people that think that it’s become an ‘I Hate Men’ movement:
Even Wendy Williams is sick of #MeToo for this reason. She said as much on her show.
Her audience was hesitant to applaud her frustration with the #MeToo trend:
The vilification of men is frustrating for the women that actually like men.
If you listen to the rabid feminists, though, it’s like this:
‘Rapists! Rapists everywhere!’
Because equating someone complimenting a woman’s new haircut and physically raping a woman is actually happening with the #MeToo movement.
One person mentioned that it drowns out the voices of real victims:
Several victims of abuse posted on Whisper as well:
That last one just really is like a punch to the gut, isn’t it?
A little girl was abused by a woman that she trusted.
And now all the knives are out for men.
Well, feminists, it looks like society at large isn’t with you.
Thank God for that.
Has the #MeToo movement lost all sense of balance?
Let us know in the comments.
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Women are great. Just like our very own President Trump says, we like all women except Rosie O’Donnell and her feminist pals.
How do you confuse a feminist? (Tell her she can’t make you a sandwich!)
Do you want to really confuse a feminist?
Here you go, Ladies: