If you thought the Straight Pride Parade was obnoxious, get ready for the latest in retrogressive trolling—the Make Women Great Again conference.
Officially known as the 22 Convention, the Orlando, Florida event aims to be a “mansplaining” extravaganza intending to “help” women lose weight, snag a man, have all the babies, and other super useful things!
“Women today are being taught to act more like men. Where has that led us? Skyrocketing rates of divorce, depression, dysfunction, and America at the #1 spot in the world for single motherhood,” says the conference website.
— Anthony Dream Johnson (@beachmuscles) January 1, 2020
“No longer will you have to give in to toxic bullying feminist dogma and go against your ancient, biological nature as a woman.”
“EXPERIENCE a miraculous three day (and night) event with iconic speakers gathered from the worldwide manosphere community to dramatically improve your life and femininity.”
Thanks, but no thanks!
This #MakeWomenGreatAgain motive created by a panel of unattractive & single (maybe they have online girlfriends that are actually 80 year old men) men need to move to an island that’s coordinates cannot be found.
Our women rock, and these types of men can fuck off. That’s all.
— Jeff Hudson (@ItsJeffHudson) January 2, 2020
So, who are the venerable mansplainers on the lineup? There’s Anthony “Dream” Johnson who calls himself the president of the “Manosphere,” a confederation of misogynistic “men’s rights” websites and forums. Then there’s fitness instructor Alexander J.A. Cortez, who pissed off the internet by tweeting out a list of ways to “be a beautiful woman” by shaving and wearing pink! And don’t forget Stefan Molyneux—who spends his free time thinking about Taylor Swift’s eggs — and Mike Cernovich, who apparently doesn’t believe in rape.
Ladies, hurry up and save the money you would normally spend on groceries, cozy blankets, and being a wild slattern. There’s currently a 50% discount on the $1,999 fee. Wonder why!