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Star Wars, the Feminist Awakens!


Feminist Win! Star Wars has a new feminist hero. Say it with me, “this…is…social…justice!” Yea, I’m tingly and moist over this how about you? I know bustle is.

The time has come, my friends, to discuss the awesomeness that is Rey from Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens. When it was first announced that the main protagonist of the latest Star Warsadventure was going to be female, women everywhere rejoiced. The very existence of Rey was a bright spot in the often dark pit of female representation in science fiction, particularly in Hollywood blockbusters. Still, plenty of people had their doubts about Rey, asking, would she be as amazing as I want her to be? Will she be strong but not a cliche, vulnerable but still a force? Funny? Someone to root for? A role model? I’m here to alleviate your fears, my friends. I’ve seen The Force Awakens, and I can confirm that Rey is freaking amazing. Spoilers ahead!

There are countless moments in The Force Awakens that will make any superfan smile and cheer, and for me, at least, the majority of those moments are the result of Rey. Rey of light, Rey of sunshine, Rey is everything a feminist could want in a Star Wars movie. There’s no way people aren’t going to love her, and even if they’re hesitant at first, something in the film will turn them to the Rey side. Maybe it’ll be her prowess with the Millennium Falcon. Or perhaps it’ll be her hilarious use of the Force. Or maybe, it’ll be that final grand moment when the blue lightsaber flies through the air into her hand instead of Kylo Ren’s, allowing her to face him in one of the most intense saber fights Star Wars has ever seen.

Belleville woman admits she faked cancer for money. Alissa Jackson pleads guilty to two felonies. Sentencing set for Jan. 28. The mother of five received money raised by fundraisers, T-shirt sales.

Quick, somebody has to tattle on Gilbert Arenas! He made unflattering comments about women in the WNBA. That’s hate. Obey! Obey! The WNBA features some of the tallest most aggressive lesbians in the worlds and we all should acknowledge this fact.

Check out the cultural Marxist at ESPN who shows off just how much she was indoctrinated by calling him racist, sexist and homophobic. Wow, this leftist journalist Katie Holmes doesn’t have a brain cell in her head.

His comments are an assault on all women, but they particularly target black and lesbian women. The WNBA happens to be composed of women — many of whom are black and some of whom identify as queer.

In the race for millennial Republicans’ votes, Trump and Ben Carson lead the way but a majority overall said they would prefer a Democrat win next year’s general election. About 56 percent overall expressed a desire for the Democrats to maintain control of the White House, in line with the 55 percent who responded that way in the institute’s spring survey. By contrast, just 36 percent said they wanted to see a Republican as the next president, a decrease of 4 points from April.

Thanks Justin G. and Grim Reaper

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  1. Al Mo
    Posted December 19, 2015 at 5:06 pm | Permalink

    The fools. They only want a demonrat because of popularity with peers and freebies.

  2. Some One
    Posted December 19, 2015 at 7:27 pm | Permalink

    The worst thing isn’t that the lead is female, but that they gender swapped characters from the expanded universe because there wasn’t, according to Lucas film, enough female characters….

    • Some One
      Posted December 19, 2015 at 8:02 pm | Permalink

      Then again the the same thing happened with The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit (they literally created an entire story arc with a female elf in The Hobbit which doesn’t even happen in the book.)

      Movies these days seem more obsessed with PC and feminism than actually telling good stories…

  3. Josh M.
    Posted December 20, 2015 at 1:25 am | Permalink

    I think you’re overreacting a bit, Bern.

    • abhinav
      Posted December 20, 2015 at 6:25 am | Permalink

      I think he is “reacting” just fine

  4. Rachel Power
    Posted December 21, 2015 at 1:05 am | Permalink

    UGH! I wasn’t excited about this film for awhile now. I am a Star Wars fan and now reading many reviews, I have no interest in watching this PC crap.

  5. Al Mo
    Posted December 21, 2015 at 6:43 pm | Permalink

    Agreed. The expanded universe was richer and far more interesting than anything Jar Jar Abrams can produce. SJW wars is crap.

  6. A Woman
    Posted October 11, 2017 at 9:04 am | Permalink


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