Brilliant New Feminist Tactic: Using Little Girls in Videos to Yell The F-Word

Katie Pavlich
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Posted: Oct 22, 2014 3:00 PM
Brilliant New Feminist Tactic: Using Little Girls in Videos to Yell The F-Word

Hide your daughters, parents and don't let them grow up to be feminists. 

In the latest stroke of genius for the bitter movement, the feminists over at FCKH8.com have released a video featuring little girls in princess outfits dropping the f-bomb and screaming non-factual statements about women's equality in American society. 

Warning: lots of really bad language. 

The part where the girls say, "Society teaches us that our bodies, boobs and butts are more important than our brains," is painfully ironic. This video comes from a movement that has spent the past four years defining women by the pills they take and by telling them to vote with their lady parts. The most offensive part of this ad isn't the use of foul language, but instead the lengths feminists have gone through to get little girls to hate boys at such a young age based on bogus statistics and "data."

The description of the video is the following: 

Facing a future where women are still paid 23% less than men for the same work, and where 1 in 5 women are raped or sexually assaulted in gender-based violence, little girls between 6 and 13 years-old dressed as pretty pink princesses drop F-bombs to draw attention to society’s continued sexism. Asking the question, “What’s more offensive? A little girl saying f*ck or the sexist way society treats girls and women” these adorably articulate little ladies in sparkling tiaras turn the “princess in distress” stereotype on its head and contrast the F-word with words and statistics society should find shocking such as “pay inequality” and “rape.” The video also features a 12 year-old boy wearing a pink gown standing up against sexism saying, “When you tell boys not to ‘act like a girl,’ it’s because you think it’s bad to be a girl.”

The pay gap percentage used is inaccurate. Women aren't getting paid 23 percent less than men for the same work. Further, the 1-in-5 rape statistic used in the video is grossly off the mark.

This ad comes after a long list of feminist stunts over the past few years which have included wearing tampons as earrings on national television, wearing giant vagina costumes in public, having abortions on video, throwing jars of feces and urine at police, bowling for abortion, etc.

Modern feminism: always classy.