Female Supremacism in Popular Culture -- "Who Run the World (Girls!)"
The following music video by the popular singer Beyonce Knowles bears witness to the existence and present thriving condition of female supremacism in our society. Stuff like this doesn't simply appear out of a vacuum for no reason. No, stuff like this tells you that "something's cookin'." Watch it closely several times and make note of the embedded narratives, metanarratives, messages and symbols. I will not host the video here, but send you over to YouTube:
This little movie makes fine ammunition against earnest nitwits who twitter oh-so-earnestly that "feminism is not a zero sum game." I don't know about you, but I don't take it kindly when people insult my intelligence. Seriously, how the hell could female supremacism ever NOT be a zero sum game??
After you have digested the video, go and download the following:
"136 pages of conversation about Female Supremacy, and the future of men in society. Most of the women believe in the "natural superiority of women", and that women have a natural right to dominate men. Many of the men AGREE, and look forward to this."