A new wave of feminism has returned to America with the stipulation that all women aren’t welcomed. The left has identified feminism as a movement that supports & uplifts all women, except women who embrace right-wing politics. Women like Candace Owens, Kayleigh McEnany, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Amy Coney Barret, and Condoleeza Rice have been viewed as threats against feminism and women’s progression in America. Women on the left have always found ways to condemn, attack, and ruin the lives of women who hold a difference in opinion.
Last I checked, feminists in America were supposed to defend and protect all women since all women are considered “oppressed.” But there are a few exceptions as to who can join “corporation feminism.” Being a woman alone does not give you an all-exclusive pass to be a feminist. It was outstanding when a white woman (Noah Cyrus) referred to an African-American woman (Candace Owens) as a “nappy ass hoe” for holding conservative viewpoints. It was considered remarkable when comedian Chelsea Handler referred to former White House press secretary (Sarah Huckabee Sanders) as a man. Why hasn’t the feminist movement made an attack on the appearance of Chicago’s Democratic mayor Lori Lightfoot? It’s because she’s a radical democrat, and it’s considered uncool to attack left-wing women, so why the double standard? Women on the left receive a certain protection that women on the right don’t, and the evidence has made this obvious.
The truth is that feminism is non-existent, and it holds no valuable place in America. South Dakota’s Republican Governor (Kristi Noem) literally fits the definition of feminism, but she cannot socially be one because she’s team republican. Noem has helped progress America in ways the feminist movement cannot comprehend. This year Noem signed an executive order against the teachings of critical race theory in schools while also signing a sports bill to protect “women” in “women’s” sports. If you ask me, she’s
exactly what feminism is. Noem is a powerful and intelligent woman; she fights hard for America, and the results of her accomplishments show.
Feminism in America is dead. If the feminist movement claims to support all women but excludes those who are ideologically different, then there’s no such thing as feminism. Excluding “some” women defeats the purpose of feminism as a movement.