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The Matt Forney Show, Episode 107: Sluts of the World, Unite!

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In this episode of the show, Ann and I talk to N.C. Clark. We discuss her coverage of the Chicago SlutWalk, why feminism has become nothing more than whining about first-world problems, why left-wing protests will inevitably devolve into violence, and a whole lot more.

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  • spidaman3

    Agreed that Feminism is inline with capitalism; actually pop socialism is but that’s another topic. This is why they continue to trot lies about rape culture and the glass ceiling. Same with fat shaming. These are used to increase the powers of businesses and politicians. They know fear mongering against the sheep will sell products and have them surrender more power to the government. Think about the 20-25% of women being raped in college which defeats itself once you use sense: The most dangerous neighborhoods in the states have around a 10% chance of a violent crime (including rape) happening to anyone. These same people who avoid these neighborhoods are comfortable sending their daughters to a place that is twice as dangerous for them? That doesn’t make sense. What does make sense is that it’s another example for the government to intrude into the bedroom.