Snickers Candy Promotes Violence Against Women
Or maybe just against senior citizen women. That’s my conclusion based on the logic of the whiney feminists at the Women’s Media Center:
The Women’s Media Center, which had objected to Focus on the Family advertising in the Super Bowl, said it was expecting a “benign” ad but not the humor. But the group’s president, Jehmu Greene, said the tackle showed an undercurrent of violence against women.
“I think they’re attempting to use humor as another tactic of hiding their message and fooling the American people,” she said.
Hmmm, really? Well I guess this means that Snickers — or Mars, Incorporated, which owns Snickers — is “hiding their message [of violence against women] and fooling the American people” with their Super Bowl ad?
So, are the whiney feminists going to come out to complain about “the undercurrent of violence against women” at Mars, Incorporated?
“Snickers really satisfies… an undercurrent of violence against women!”
I won’t be holding my breath on that.
Oh shocker. Noted feminazi Amanda Marcotte also has her panties in a twist over the Tim Tebow ad.
Tebow: Hey Mom! Tried to kill you from the womb and failed. How about a blind side tackle? Violence against Moms FTW! (via @MarcFaletti)
about 19 hours ago from Tweetie in reply to MarcFaletti
Interesting that she hasn’t posted a ‘tweet’ making fun of Snickers, though, huh? I guess violence against women is good so long as the men kill babies, eat chocolate or are named Bill Clinton?
I guess I now know what to give for Valentine’s Day if I ever date a feminist: a pack of Snickers, a gift card to Planned Parenthood and slap across the face.
It really is interesting how feminazis come up with their own definitions for things. If a woman wants her baby, it’s a baby. If a woman doesn’t want her baby, it’s a fetus. If a woman chooses to get an abortion, it’s a woman’s choice. If a woman chooses to have a baby, it’s anti-abortion. If a male politician is pro-abortion, his misogyny and abuse of women is praised. If a male politician is pro-life, he’s automatically anti-woman.
I have a feeling that Melvin Udall’s definition of a woman in As Good as it Gets was actually talking about feminazis:
Receptionist: How do you write women so well?
Melvin Udall: I think of a man, and I take away reason and accountability.
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