Here’s What The “Day Without A Woman” Thing Was Actually About

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    The organizers behind January’s Women’s March on Washington came back for round two on March 8th, when they set up a movement called “A Day Without a Woman.” On its face, the demonstration was meant to champion the cause of feminism, but as an undercover conservative YouTube personality discovered, protesters wanted much more.

    Steven Crowder, host of popular podcast “Louder With Crowder” and a regular guest on TheBlaze, teamed up with producer “Not Gay Jared” to infiltrate a #DayWithoutAWoman gathering in Dallas, Texas. They went undercover as transgender women named Stephanie and Janelle, respectively, and started asking questions.

    Their first interviewee quickly filled them in: “we’re kinda ditching the capitalism, the heteronormativity, the transphobia, the cissexism that was so rampant with the Women’s March,” a demonstrator said. “And then we’re going into something more intersectional, more inclusive, and more radical.”

    So, it was a socialist SJW-fest? The event’s webpage claimed that A Day Without A Woman was about having women “act together for equity, justice and the human rights of women and all gender-oppressed people, through a one-day demonstration of economic solidarity,” but nowhere did it mention that capitalism was in its crosshairs.

    Later, the interviewee helpfully explains that the Women’s March was transphobic and problematic because of the “pink pussy hats,” noting that not all women have vaginas – and if they do, some of them might not actually be pink. Someone’s really making that Gender Studies major work for them! She also points out that women were encouraged to wear red because of its associations to communism.

    Watch the entire video for yourself below. Beware: this is some seriously braincell-killing stuff.

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