BuzzFeed Feminists Paint with Own Period Blood….Because 2017

Warning: Due to the desperation of feminists and their dire need to end the female oppression that does not exist, the video below could induce vomiting.

You’ve been warned.

Feminists seriously need to just stop. JUST STOP. I gagged a little just writing this article. Partly because I have a weak stomach, but mostly because the this is absolutely disgusting. I am also embarrassed to actually share a gender with these people.

BuzzFeed feminists came up with a brilliant way to end their oppression: collect their period blood and then paint with it. Literally.

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In one of the most gag-inducing posts to ever be published at the liberal outlet (a truly astounding feat), two BuzzFeed employees, Chantel Houston and Devin Lytle, videotape a period blood paint session, adding their own anti-Trump-twist, of course.

Sarah Levy, a feminist who infamously painted a portrait of Donald Trump with her own period blood, directs the two BuzzFeed feminists on how to paint with the blood of their shed uterus lining. “[Levy’s] inspiration stemmed from Trump’s comment about Megan Kelly having blood coming out of all parts of her body. Sarah took it as a jab towards women for menstruating and wanted to call it out through humor and art,” notes BuzzFeed. 

The two women discuss the menstrual cup and then pull out jars of their own collected blood. Upon opening, they almost threw up from the smell.

They decided to paint two random photos. Houston: a bowl of cookies, and Lytle: a glass of wine and the moon.

Neither of which even remotely relates to oppression or whatever message they are trying to get across by painting with blood. I could have at least expect a “meaningful” painting….well, as meaningful as you can get when you’re looney.

Houston stated, “I was immediately empowered,” says Houston.


The women put their paintings (or should we say bloodings?) on display for their coworkers. Many of them had the same reaction as us…EW.

Lytle says, “I was a little shocked when some female coworkers were like, ‘ew,'” and then goes on to explain that it was empowering.

How, exactly, is painting with blood empowering? Perhaps they need to be seen by a psychological profiler because it sounds like there are many underlying issues within this issue.

Here is the video….If you can stomach it:

What’s next? Painting with their feces to cut the oppression that women poop? WTH.

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