Femininity has lost its value and motherhood has become a dirty word
April 18, 2014
Actress Kirsten Dunst has come under fire for expressing her opinion that it is still OK for women to embody traditional gender roles and depend on a man from time to time.
In an interview with Harper’s Bazaar in the U.K., the actress, who played a damsel in distress in 2002’s Spiderman, apologetically commented on how women taking on roles at home traditionally held by the female head of household, like nurturing children, has been turned into a dirty thing.
Lacking the proper political correctness filter, she also dared to say the world needs men to act like men and women to be women.
Here’s are her sentiments:
“I feel like the feminine has been a little undervalued. We all have to get our own jobs and make our own money, but staying at home, nurturing, being the mother, cooking — it’s a valuable thing my mom created. And sometimes, you need your knight in shining armor. I’m sorry. You need a man to be a man and a woman to be a woman. That’s why relationships work.”
Cue feminist outrage.
“..[O]ver the years Kirsten Dunst has continued to be somewhat of an insufferable person, as evidenced by this interview…” one blogger at Uproxx wrote, erroneously interpreting Dunst’s statement as an attack on men who like cats over dogs.
Another blogger at the uber-feminist Jezebel, under the headline “Kirsten Dunst Thinks Ladies In Relationships Should Wife the Fuck Out,” insisted that Dunst having an opinion which differed from her own made her “kind of dumb.” This was the same Jezebel writer who months ago first defended, then profusely apologized for, a deleted tweet in which she wished death on Wisconsin’s pro-gun, anti-abortion governor, Scott Walker.
Outrage from the feminist “thought police” over Dunst’s relatively mild commentary illustrates how the militant left promotes tolerance, yet disallows people the “right to dissent from prevailing leftist views,” David Limbaugh writes for CNS News.
“It’s not enough to support equal pay for equal work or to believe that women have the right to pursue any professional career they want,” says Limbaugh, referring to Dunst’s comments. “The feminists demand that women adopt their attitude of hostility toward traditional gender roles, even when people choose them, as opposed to being forced into them.”
As we outlined last month, the mainstream feminist movement was long ago hi-jacked, and since then funded, by corporate interests, more concerned with the money they earn off of taxing women than they are with women’s rights.
Attempts to ridicule Dunst over her off-hand comment illustrate perfectly how “mainstream feminism habitually disparages women taking on traditional gender roles as somehow being a form of bondage to a patriarchal society.”
To see other ways the establishment is waging a war on women, check out this month’s issue of Infowars Magazine.