• November 29, 2023

Tomi Lahren Blasts Common ‘Feminism’

The Blaze TV host Tomi Lahren has continued her critical campaign against the left, and women who claim to be “feminists”. In this installment Tomi takes aim at the many women who participated in “a day without women” protest, which in literal terms just meant that many women just didn’t show up to work today because they feel oppressed by America. What a joke.

I support true feminism. I think there are certainly some specific areas that need improvement in our society when it comes to women, but there are definitely a lot of fabrications on the side of many women who abuse the word “feminism”. Some facts provided state that women seem to graduate both high school and college at a higher rate than men do. Some also state that women earn about 93% as much as their male counterparts do. The numbers have steadily been going up in recent years, though. SO I’m not quite understanding where these movements are starting to come from, or what their true aim is. If their aim is to accomplish more equality, it’s already heading in that direction. If the aim is to make people more aware of the problem in our country, they’ve already proved that point as well. This just seems like another pouting session organized by overpaid Hollywood figures and left-wing politicians. It’s getting out of control. What’s next? We look at a person the wrong way and a protest breaks out?

The fact of the matter is this: Women have the freedom of opportunity and choice here in America. If you choose to enter field that doesn’t pay well, or have much room for advancement, that’s your fault. It’s not a mans fault that he chose a STEM field while you chose to chase pre-school children around a playground and a classroom all day. It’s not his fault that he cleans up human waste all day, or picks up trash or works at a landfill while you push papers in an air-conditioned office all day long. The fact is that over the past few years studies have shown that women who graduate from college with similar grades as their male counterparts in their respective careers have earned a higher starting pay. Should men protest that? No. That’s foolish.

One final note: These “feminist” protests called for women to stop shopping at any business that’s owned and run by a white male. Isn’t that both racism and sexism by definition? If the roles were reversed would that be a fair statement for a white man to say about a black woman’s place of business? I don’t think that would fly, and it shouldn’t. Reverse racism, or sexism, doesn’t work.

The Blaze

Tomi Lahren offers a clear message to left-wing feminists: This is what ‘real women’ look like \

TheBlaze TV host Tomi Lahren on Wednesday examined the craziness of International Women’s Day and explained why she was at work during the left-wing “Day Without a Woman” general strike and protest.

Noting that she refuses to be a victim, Lahren urged young women to understand that they don’t have to demand free things from taxpayers to be “real women.”

“I didn’t wake up this morning worrying about what protest color I’d wear, or what the world would do without me because I didn’t wake up feeling like the victimhood narrative was a part of my story,” Larhen said. “Real women don’t have to remind the world every day that history once slighted them.”

While women in poorer parts of the world woke up Wednesday without basic human rights, Lahren added, liberal actresses and musicians spread their corrupted view of what “feminism” is.

“I don’t know about a day without women, but I could use a day without this nasty feminist b.s. masqueraded as women’s rights,” Larhen stated. “Yeah some challenges might be a little greater for some women but let me tell ya — it feels a whole hell of a lot better to overcome those challenges than it does to dwell on them, complain about them or use them as an excuse to fall short.”

To see more from Tomi, visit her channel on TheBlaze and watch full episodes of “Tomi” live weeknights from 7–8pm ET or anytime on-demand at TheBlaze TV.

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