Feminists attack Spider-Woman covers and gamers while Lopez, Beyonce, and Minaj objectify themselves

Say that you’re a raging feminist and you’re upset about “rape culture, male patriarchy, male privilege,” and a whole host of other issues that your Gender Studies professor talks about on a regular basis. You want to change the cultural landscape, but you have limited resources. Do you go after the male gamers who just want to play Watch Dogs in peace? Do you go after aging male comic book artists who create variant covers that might sell a couple thousand copies? Or do you go after multi-platinum millionaire female entertainers who grace the covers of countless magazines, get significant radio play, and air time on national television shows?

The answer, of course, is to ignore very real singers and entertainers objectifying themselves under the banner of feminism while going after men whose hobbies deal almost exclusively in fantasy. Why? Because they’re easy targets. If you were a feminist, would you rather go after comic book writer Dan Slott, or Jennifer Lopez, Beyonce and Nicki Minaj? The answer is simple.

Take a look at the variant comic book cover for Spider-Woman that ignited a solar burst of feminist anger in August.

Spider Woman variant

Now look at Jennifer Lopez from her new video “Booty,” featuring Iggy Azalea:

Jennifer Lopz Booty video

Now look at Nicki Minaj in her new video “Anaconda”:

Nicki Minaj Anaconda

Now look at Beyonce in her recent video “Partition”:

Beyonce-partition

Now consider the fact that with the ongoing “GamerGate” controversy, feminists have called gamers “terrorists” on par with “Holocaust deniers.” Who is really degrading the culture?

If one were to use the explosive rhetoric of terror, who is more of a cultural terrorist — the video game maker who gets guys excited about playing Final Fantasy XV, or the woman who objectifies herself to get men of all ages to lust over her? Who is more guilty of perpetuating “rape culture” — the guy who just wants to play the latest installment of Metal Gear, or the woman who strips down to almost nothing, bends over, sticks her butt in the air as high as possible, and then invites you to watch her do it again and again and again on her record label’s YouTube channel?

Final Fantasy XV
Here is a screen shot from Final Fantasy XV. Jennifer Lopez wanted to have a marketing tie-in to the game with her “Booty” video, but the male developers didn’t have any images of female characters shaking their butts around seductively.

Modern feminists have almost zero credibility. They almost exclusively go after the easiest possible targets, often times men in industries who just want to commiserate with other men and be left to their own devices. The next time a feminist tries to give you a hard time about the comic books you read or the video games you play, shove Jennifer Lopez’s butt in her face and move on.

Exploring the Cosmic Nexus of Outspoken Liberal Actors and REALLY Bad Movies.

It’s interesting that the folks at hotair have allowed the upcoming Marmaduke movie into the mix of  a “worst movie ever” debate. Why, it was only weeks ago that I facetiously mentioned Whoopi Goldberg’s Theodore Rex non-Oscar nod as one of the reasons I wasn’t inclined to watch the telecast. I think that has to be in the top ten, for sure.

But what wasn’t mentioned in Allah’s post was the casting of George If I insult you in Spanish it’s okay, if you insult my lackluster career in English you’re a racist” Lopez. Or was that George “If you’re liberal, just sit on the couch with the ladies of The View and they’ll laugh at anything you say” Lopez? Regardless, I wonder if it’s worth exploring the kind of weird cosmic nexus between some of the worst movies ever made and liberal critics of conservative commentators.

Behar to Lopez: How does it feel to be part of the club that will always have a job, regardless of past career choices, simply because we're able to screech liberal epithets with panache?

It’s always struck me as interesting how members of the entertainment community with embarrassing career track records marred with cinematic skid marks have the gall to question anyone’s judgement. If Sarah Palin became a Hollywood producer tomorrow and suggested George Lopez play a cat in California named “Carlos” with an over-the-top hispanic accent (who would get batted around by a character voiced by the lilly white Owen Wilson), I’m sure he would throw a fit. Jennifer Lopez would probably have something to say and, if we were lucky, John I speak Spanish too, but I was only relegated to saying “Obama” while mugging for the camera” Leguizamo would have an opportunity to unleash some (manufactured) self-righteous anger. Although, these days, we don’t see very much of John… Perhaps work just doesn’t come around as often with The Pest on the old resume?

It’s okay John, just wait until the next Republican president comes around, sound off in an incoherent Youtube video worthy enough to get airtime with Keith Olbermann, and you’ll have a job in no time.

Will you take me, John Leguizamo, more seriously if I appear in a Spanish-language television spot and only say, "Obama"? Please? I need a job.