Feminist Makes List of 10 Questions You Must Ask On a First Date — They’re Even Crazier Than You’d Imagine


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Proving once again that modern feminism is all about left-wing, anti-American politics and NOT about women, a feminist website has made itself a laughing stock with a new list of ten questions feminists should ask a potential lover before going out with them.

Last week, a woman who calls herself an “intersectional feminist” put out her list of ten questions that every feminist should have answered before committing to a relationship with a significant other and her insanity went viral.

Titled, “10 Things Every Intersectional Feminist Should Ask On a First Date,” Lara Witt showed that actual feminism is the last thing on her mind as she attacked America, capitalism,and Israel, while celebrating prostitution and domestic terrorism.

Oh, and in a side note, according to Daily Wire, the feminist nutcase writer also seems to have bravely preemptively blocked nearly every prominent conservative on social media so that she could avoid having to interact with them (And, yes, she blocked this author as well). Her Twitter handle is @Femmefeministe, in case you’d like to take a gander at her craziness.)

Before we get to the idiocy of this woman’s list, let’s find out a bit about Lara Witt. About all you need to know is this Tweet she blurted out in May…

Yes, that is the kind of creep this Lara Witt is.

But, her list of ten questions is just as insane.

Her ten questions seem to prove that in Witt’s witless opinion, you can’t be a feminist unless you support “marginalized people,” and that means it’s all about politics, not women.

“If you’re not going to support marginalized folks, then we can’t be friends, let alone date. The personal is political,” she said.

Or, as one Internet wag noted, “This is the best how-to article I’ve read on how to die alone in your apartment surrounded by 30 cats.”

Witt goes on saying, “As a queer femme of color, I keep close relationships with people who go beyond allyship; they’re true accomplices in the fight against white supremacy, queerphobia, and misogyny. If you’re not going to support marginalized folks, then we can’t be friends, let alone date,” she says. “The personal is political.”

“Allyship”? They are just making words up, now.

Her very first question would ask a potential lover if they support the domestic terror group Black Lives Matter. Witt says that no one who stands against Black Lives Matter will enter her life. My guess is millions are thanking their lucky stars at that one.

Question two tells potential mates that if they don’t support transgenderism, gays, and other so-called gender “choices,” then they should stay away. This, of course, has little to do with feminism. Feminism isn’t about men pretending to be women or male homosexuals. Isn’t it about women?

The third question seems to be the only question on the list that even remotely has anything to do with feminism. Question three asks, “How do you work to dismantle sexism and misogyny in your life?” OK, at least that one is a traditional, feminist idea. But despite the question itself, her explanation immediately goes into a world of stupid by starting out saying, “I’ve met cisgender heteronormative (cishet) men who hate women.” Sorry, but as soon as you start using these idiotic, fantasy terms like “cisgender,” “heteronormative,” and “cishet” you have proven yourself to be an idiot.

From there Witt comes to the support of prostitution (how is THAT “feminist”?), says that destroying Israel is a feminist position, insists that “colonialism” is anti-feminist, and says feminism must support illegal immigration.

Question seven is particularly telling. Apparently, Witt feels that being a communist is a must for being feminist. Get this insanity:

Anti-capitalism, especially in the U.S., is imperative if you have an understanding of systemic racism, the prison industrial complex, the 13th Amendment, and exploitation. Capitalism, for one, teaches us that we are only valuable if we produce capital. That means that if you aren’t contributing to the system with your labor, your life means almost nothing.

If your date says they’re anti-fascist and part of the resistance but they’re cool with exploiting labor from communities of color and they support the school to prison pipeline, then there’s a good chance they’ll only value you for your ability to nurture them without any reciprocation.

She also claims that Islam is essentially a feminist ideology. Yeah, the religion that treats women as chattel slaves, murders them if they date the wrong guy, and forces them to wear burkas and hijabs or face a beating… that is all “feminist.”

Her tenth question insists that feminists must date disabled people. I don’t even know what to say about that.

In all, Lara Witt’s list proves that feminism has become a joke if these ideals are what lie at its heart. If this is “feminism,” then there isn’t anything about women in feminism.

[Note: This post was written by Warner Todd Huston]

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