Feminism is so cancerous that I actually cringe every time I hear the word. It leaves a horrible taste in my mouth, and I spend most of my time trying not to think about the disgusting creates that embrace that lifestyle.
Medusa Magazine’s satirical feminist website shut down this week. Why? The author (who prefers to stay anonymous) said, “I am shutting it down because Feminist stupidity has surpassed satire.”
It’s pretty bad when people are actually so insane that their actions and ideology actually surpass the ability to be made fun of. The feminist movement is really quite sad.
Describing himself as the owner of Age of Shitlords, an anti-social justice blog, the author says that he and his (or her) “fellow shitposters” published pieces on the website prided themselves “on writing fairly believable satire with just enough retardation to keep our readers in constant doubt.”
“This has been fun, but all good things have to come to an end,” the blogger said, “I am shutting down this website because recent events have proven to us that it is no longer possible to satirize the Feminist left.”
Since it launched in 2016, the website has been cited by numerous publications across the political spectrum. Its creator took pride in pranking a Russian website that cited a Medusa article on “white abortions” as proof of the creep of political correctness in the West. Websites like InfoWars and Gateway Pundit lambasted the same article.
The creator described the website as “the ultimate Social Experiment” and cited a post from May 2016 as proof of his claims that the website was indeed satirical. He wanted “to see how long it will take the Feminists who follow us and the anti-Feminists who oppose us to realize its all a big joke.” [sic]
The content hosted on Medusa was none too different than anything one might find on Everyday Feminism, Mic, the Mary Sue, and Affinity Magazine, which have published similar articles with headlines as absurd as the content of their body, including “I’m An Activist. Am I Allowed to Unplug From the Internet?”, and “A Beginner’s Guide To Being A Feminist Killjoy.”
The site was often picked up by liberal media.
A satirical article went up on the site recently titled, “Why we should believe women who accuse right wingers of rape more than those who accuse liberals.” The author called the piece a “total caricature intended to be as ridiculous as possible.”
However, to his or her dismay, just days later the Washington Post published a piece by Kate Harding (a feminist) who was encouraging her liberal allies to defend Al Franken.
“We thought no one in the world could possibly hold views as ridiculous as that, so we wrote it as satire and published it,” Medusa’s author said, “there is no point in operating a caricature website of Feminism anymore when real life Feminists are now more insane than any caricature we could ever dream up.”
“Feminists are now more insane than any caricature we could ever dream up,” the author said.
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