Earlier this week, an Ohio-based T-shirt company called FCKH8 released a video called Potty-Mouthed Princesses Drop F-Bombs for Feminism and caused quite a stir.
If you saw the video, then you know why: the video featured young girls between the ages of 6 and 13 wearing pretty pink princess dresses and dropping F-bombs like The Wolf of Wall Street.
If you care to see the video, you can watch it here:
The point of the video was to use the shock value of little girls cursing to drive home false liberal myths like “Women make 77 cents for every dollar men make” and “1 in 5 women are raped on college campuses.”
The video attempts to accomplish this by setting up the premise that certain words are more offensive than the F-word, terms like “Pay inequality” and “Rape & violence.”
The only problem is that these feminist myths – the gender-based pay gap and the high rate of sexual assaults on college campuses – have been easily debunked. Hell, even Time magazine published an article demolishing these liberal fables.
But don’t let the truth stand in the way of your opinion, or your desire to make money. The “F-Bombs for Feminism” video encourages viewers to buy T-shirts from the FCKH8 website, which sells a variety of merchandise to support the “equality cause.”
Against this backdrop of buffoonery, libertarian video blogger and political firebrand Julie Borowski, a Policy Analyst at FreedomWorks, has released her own response to the “F-Bombs for Feminism” video.
It’s an “F-Bombs for Feminism” parody of epic proportions that completely torpedoes these feminist myths once and for all, and does so in hilarious fashion. Of particular note is Borowski’s precise mimicry of the young fem-bots’ exaggerated hand gestures and mannerisms, to comedic effect.
Watch Julie Borowski’s awesome parody video below, and check out her excellent YouTube channel TokenLibertarianGirl:
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