According to her Twitter account, Teen Vogue columnist Emily Lindin doesn`t care if innocent men are ruined as a result of false claims, or allegations.
This is the same reasoning that says it is all right for an innocent person to be hung as long as you don’t miss any guilty ones. This is someone who has never had to deal with any injustice.
She wouldn’t feel that way if the shoe were on the other foot. Women can also be sexual predators. She represents the very worst of the women’s movement, a zealot with no conscience to dictate right from wrong. Women like this do much harm to the movement.
Here is Emily’s tweet before she shut down her Twitter account:
Feminists, liberals, Democrats, and others on the Left are trying to make this into a sex war. Feminine vs. Masculine, and demagogue men into being beasts. They have made women feel that to have power; they have to beat down men, just as the poor have to beat down the rich in communism to have power. They do not care who they step on to get to their end game. It’s disgusting. (Related: Rapper Ice T: Manhood is Dead; You’re Dealing With The Pussyfication Of The Male Sex)
Maybe, just maybe someone should falsely accuse her of something so she can lose her job and reputation and let’s see how she feels about it then.
Source: Fox News
Teen Vogue columnist and outspoken feminist Emily Lindin came under fire on social media Tuesday after tweeting that she was “not at all concerned about innocent men losing their jobs” over false allegations of sexual assault or harassment.
Lindin explained the reasoning for her admitted “unpopular opinion” in a multi-part thread, first claiming that “false allegations VERY rarely happen, so even bringing it up borders on a derailment tactic. It’s a microscopic risk in comparison to the issue at hand (worldwide, systemic oppression of half the population).”
Despite immediate backlash, Lindin pressed on.
“The benefit of all of us getting to finally tell the truth + the impact on victims FAR outweigh the loss of any one man’s reputation,” she said, adding, “If some innocent men’s reputations have to take a hit in the process of undoing the patriarchy, that is a price I am absolutely willing to pay.”
— Ella Whelan (@Ella_M_Whelan) November 22, 2017
I read the thread. You said “if some innocent men's reputations have to take a hit in the process of undoing the patriarchy, that is a price I am absolutely willing to pay.” That’s immoral. And it’s not a price *you* would be paying, btw. It would be innocent men doing that.
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) November 22, 2017
There’s a reason it’s an unpopular opinion: It’s neither intelligent nor moral. https://t.co/ZohDrMyZt7
— Jonah Goldberg (@JonahNRO) November 21, 2017
Sometimes it is tough to have the patience of our young adults to grow up finally. In this case, the waiting period is going to be fraught with potential damage to her fellow men and women given the reactive type of thinking she is displaying. She sounds like one consumed with anger seeking retribution whether it applies or not. If so, might this stance be more about her, than the situation?
This is important. Keep her off juries. Keep her out of government positions. Ask CBS to explain having the editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue why she was interviewed regarding sexual harassment while she’s putting out how-to manuals to *teens* on anal sex. Ask advertisers to account for their promoting teen anal sex in this environment when STDs are skyrocketing, and more and more incurable.
Anyone who peddles this filth to teens is morally bankrupt so no surprise she tweeted some insanity. What are your thoughts? What should happen to this woman going forward? SHARE this on your Twitter/Facebook timeline.