I know, everybody’s reading the header and going, “Yeah? So? We know that – don’t you remember his ‘girls are inferior to boys’ exams?” Of course I do, but it’s not everyday that Andy “Brother Leader” Schlafly really shows us just what a misogynistic piece of crap he actually his. In his world, women should be at home, in the kitchen, preferably pregnant and home-schooling the kids.
You know, like his mummy Phyllis did, when she wasn’t out doing book signings… or speaking against women’s rights… or advocating marital rape… or running her “university”… or…
The fun thing with Andy is that he has so many crazy toes that you’re never quite sure just where and when they’re going to bring forth another pustule of hate from his bitter, twisted little mind. In this case, it’s while discussing the “Greatest Conservative Movies” – remember, in Andyland, everything can be classified into either conservative or liberal. Andy takes exception to the Disney movie “The Princess and the Frog,” not because it’s an awful film – and thankfully the end of Disney’s princesses – but because it’s full of rampant feminism. At least he didn’t mention the affirmative action princess. Yet.
As with all things Andy, I feel it’s best to let his words speak for him, because following on from the rank stupidity (and hate) of the pathetic comments below, I actually have nothing more to say
except that the man is a festering bubo, harbouring the kind of insecurities that only come from a man who pretends to be macho, but behind the scenes, his wife handcuffs him to the bed and whips him bloody. Because that’s how he gets off and it makes him feel so dirty.
Spotsbunch, I think you have a valid point about the Lion King, but from what I’ve heard about the “Princess and the Frog,” it’s feminist claptrap with the woman wearing the pants and doing everything except having children and homeschooling her kids. It’s more Disney tripe about a successful businesswoman towing along an inept man, which is hardly typical in the real world. (link)
Feminism is unmistakable: it has women acting like men and vice-versa, contrary to reality. Disney cartoons have been ”heavily” feminist for at least 15 years. ”Beauty and the Beast”, made 20 years ago, was not feminist in any way. But having a “Princess” act like businessman and aspire to run a restaurant is feminist. What’s next – Cinderella aspires to be a CEO of a Fortune 500 company??? (link)