The Queering of Feminism

Barb Wire

A few recent headlines from

Let Them Eat Cake: On Being Demisexual
— Cara Leibowitz, Feb. 10

5 Ways to Stand Up to Toxic Messages and Accept Yourself as a Bisexual Person
— Erin Tatum, Jan. 25

Powerful Photos Fearlessly Redefine What It Means to Be LGBTQIA+
— Sarah Deragon, Jan. 25

Trending: In Attacks on Kavanaugh, We’re Shocked — Shocked! — that Abortion Enthusiasts Act Repulsively

How to Respectfully Love a Trans Woman: Navigating Transmisogyny in Your Romantic Relationship
— Kaylee Jakubowski, Jan. 19

Cis Privilege and Identity Policing in the Bi and Pan Community: 3 Harmful Tropes and 3 Ways We Can Unite Instead
— Adrian Ballou, Jan. 16

How Stereotypes About What Queer Women Look Like Erases Femmes
— Joy Young, Jan. 9

You get the general drift here. Feminists today enthusiastically advocate every form of sexuality except normal sexuality.

Perhaps you’re wondering what “LGBTQIA+” means, or maybe you don’t understand how “the Bi and Pan Community” is suffering from “Harmful Tropes.” Why even waste time defining exotic labels like “demisexual”? Instead of adding extra letters to the LGBT acronym, couldn’t we just label this entire coalition W for “weirdo” or F for “freak”?

This exotic 21st-century rainbow of queer feminism is to sexuality what Baskin-Robbins is to ice cream, offering 31 flavors of abnormal perversion to those seeking escape from the gender binary and the heterosexual matrix that define oppression under patriarchy.

Now everybody is an oppressed victim, except normal people, because whatever feminists are, they are never normal people.

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Robert Stacy McCain
Robert Stacy McCain is an award-winning journalist with more than 25 years of experience in the news business. He is a correspondent for The American Spectator, editor-in-chief at Viral Read and blogs at

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