Reason #4739573 that you should read Robert Stacy McCain

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Reason #4739573 that you should read Robert Stacy McCain

Who else could write a sen­tence like this in cri­tique of a silly fem­i­nist rant titled: Rihanna’s Boobs Make Me Feel Bet­ter About My Body at elle​.com

(Whose “ideal” is this? Who is Blake Lively? Could Elle please post side-​by-​side com­par­i­son pho­tos of Blake Lively’s “grav­ity defy­ing” breasts and Jus­tine Harman’s pen­du­lous udders, so read­ers could vote on which we like bet­ter? I don’t know if that would strike a blow against patri­archy, but it would prob­a­bly drive a lot of traffic.)

All jok­ing aside read the whole piece which closes thus:

Fem­i­nists oscil­late between utter con­fu­sion and fanat­i­cal cer­tainty, and this kind of Ror­shach inkblot reac­tion — “Rihanna’s breasts are send­ing me mes­sages!” — is fur­ther evi­dence that fem­i­nism is less a polit­i­cal move­ment than it is a psy­chi­atric symptom.

Do these peo­ple ever actu­ally become adults?

Who else could write a sentence like this in critique of a silly feminist rant titled: Rihanna’s Boobs Make Me Feel Better About My Body at elle.com

(Whose “ideal” is this? Who is Blake Lively? Could Elle please post side-by-side comparison photos of Blake Lively’s “gravity defying” breasts and Justine Harman’s pendulous udders, so readers could vote on which we like better? I don’t know if that would strike a blow against patriarchy, but it would probably drive a lot of traffic.)

All joking aside read the whole piece which closes thus:

Feminists oscillate between utter confusion and fanatical certainty, and this kind of Rorshach inkblot reaction — “Rihanna’s breasts are sending me messages!” — is further evidence that feminism is less a political movement than it is a psychiatric symptom.

Do these people ever actually become adults?