Feminism: The Final Product

 http://theothermccain.com/2015/10/22/feminism-the-final-product/

Miriam Mogilevsky (@sondosia on Twitter) is 24 years old. She got her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Northwestern University in 2013 and recently completed a master’s degree in social work at Columbia University. As I explained in “Feminists, and How to Avoid Them”:

How much more clearly can Miriam Mogilevsky make her point? Everything that men do is annoying to her. Attempts by males to befriend Ms. Mogilevsky are unwelcome. . . . Ms. Mogilevsky is a feminist, and therefore has no emotion toward men except disgust and contempt.

 

The weird thing about Miriam Mogilevsky . . . Well, there are an awful lot of weird things about Ms. Mogilevsky, but the one that stands out is her inability to admit how profoundly abnormal her dislike of males is. At elite universities like Northwestern and Columbia, this hateful anti-male ideology is now so prevalent among female students that heterosexuality is effectively illegal on campus. Any male student attending an elite school who so much as speaks to a female student is at risk of being charged with “harassment.” A recent lawsuit filed against Brown University — where a male student was expelled for making out with a girl after a party — highlights the manic intensity of “rape culture” hysteria feminists have unleashed on campus. Because Fear and Loathing of the Penis has now become pandemic among college women, it is possible for feminists like Miriam Mogilevsky to assume all women hate men as much as she does. Here was her announcement on Oct. 11:

Coming Out Day!!! The labels I currently use for myself arequeer, gay, femme, and homoflexible. (Basically, I’m a lesbian with exceptions.) The label bisexual doesn’t work for me right now, but I consider myself part of the broader bi+ umbrella of people with the capacity to love and desire people of more than one gender. My gender is ???. My pronouns are she/her or they/theirs, with extra warm fuzzies when you use they. I’m on the asexual spectrum somewhere, probably demi or gray-A, which means (among other things) that I don’t experience primary sexual attraction. I also identify as solo poly, which means that I’m open to multiple committed and loving relationships, but with minimal life enmeshment and no “rules” placed on me.
Come out if you can, but remember that you’re allowed (in fact, encouraged) to prioritize yourself first, and others and The Movement second.

 

Miriam Mogilevsky is “on the asexual spectrum somewhere,” and incapable of experiencing “primary sexual attraction,” which is to say, she is quite typical of feminists in 2015. She has no gender except “???” and though she professes to be “open to multiple committed and loving relationships,” the young feminist can never be subject to any rules. Really, Miriam Mogilevsky is your 21st-Century Progressive Dream Girl, devoid of affection or empathy, incapable of anything remotely resembling normal human behavior — the Final Product of the Feminist Revolution.

 

Yes, the asexual lesbian-with-exceptions has written a column about“Conflicting Emotional Needs in Relationships,” and you can (a) read it or (b) gouge your eyes out with a rusty screwdriver.

Either would do you as much good.

Feminists are profoundly abnormal creatures, and it was Ms. Mogilevsky who inspired me to offer this advice in August:

Guys: Learn to take a hint. Learn to walk away.
If a woman tells you she is a feminist, say nothing and walk away.
No feminist wants to hear what a man has to say, and life is too short to waste your time taking to feminists. Just walk away.
Leave feminists alone, and then they can complain about that.

God knows, they’ve always got to have something to complain about.