F-Bombs For Feminism Asks What’s More Offensive: Saying F*ck Or Being Raped?

The video below has been making quite a stir for it’s raw approach to feminist advocacy. It is, to say the least, NSFW. It is already being condemned by the right-wing martinets of virtue, but some on the left are also likely to find it, shall we say, extreme.


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Starting from the position that this video is going to be regarded as controversial, and even offensive in some circles, it nevertheless needs to be seen and the point it makes is a valid one. Personally, I think it’s adorable and the girls appear to be strong-willed, self-determined young activists with a healthy concern for what the world holds for them in their future. The producers at FCKH8.com introduce it by saying…

“Facing a future where women are still paid 23% less than men for the same work, and where 1 in 5 women are raped or sexually assaulted in gender-based violence, little girls between 6 and 13 years-old dressed as pretty pink princesses drop F-bombs to draw attention to society’s continued sexism. Asking the question, ‘What’s more offensive? A little girl saying f*ck or the sexist way society treats girls and women’ these adorably articulate little ladies in sparkling tiaras turn the ‘princess in distress’ stereotype on its head and contrast the F-word with words and statistics society should find shocking such as ‘pay inequality’ and ‘rape.'”

Fox News posted it on their Fox Nation fib factory with a headline that said “VILE: Little Girls Used as F-Bomb Pawns in Pro-Feminism Video.” Naturally, the network that promises to let you decide has decided for you. But that’s not how News Corpse works. So without further ado, enjoy and/or seethe:


7 thoughts on “F-Bombs For Feminism Asks What’s More Offensive: Saying F*ck Or Being Raped?

  1. Now THAT was fucking funny!!!

    And more importantly, spot on, too!

  2. “Personally, I think it’s adorable…”

    You are unbelievably sick. Was this one of Bill Maher’s illegitimate children?

    • You attack the children and I’m the one who’s sick??? Typical.

      • I told the truth about you, and that is typical.

        • You mean in the way you ALWAYS say bad things about him?

          I don’t think you get the point of the whole video which was “what would be considered more offensive? Little girls dropping the F bomb? Or the sexist culture promulgated by the right?”

          You seem to find one of those things offensive at least by your post. Anything to say about the other one?

  3. “start teaching boys not to rape”

    Wow – parents – take note. Your boys must have a desire to rape built in and you must teach them to NOT Rape. Glad they could clear that up for us.

    Pretty funny and ridiculous overall though. I’m so glad libs are around to correct our bad behavior.

    We’re such bad people.

    • Well considering that parents have to teach their children what is bad or good, as well as to do the good stuff and not do the bad, I’d say since rape falls decidedly into the category of bad stuff, teaching children that rape is bad and not to do it is par for the course.

      But well, you did make that fallacious statement where you assumed that “teaching kids not to rape (or mentioning that they need to be taught not to rape) implies that children originally have a built in desire for rape.” Considering that in today’s society, parents teaching their kids right from wrong is status quo, and that rape certainly falls into the category of “wrong things”, then following your fallacious statement where you assume that the need to teach children not to do something bad would imply that they have the “built in desire” to do those bad things, American culture today implies that American children all have “built in desires” to do bad things since teaching children not to do bad things is status quo in America.

      Sounds ridiculous? Well that’s what we get if we follow your fallacious assumption where teaching children not to do bad things imply that they originally have a “built in desire” to do bad things. Since you and no one else made such a fallacious statement, this is something you rightly own.

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