HAHA! College Cancels ‘The Vagina Monologues’ Because It’s– Wait For It– Discriminatory!

Hannah Bleau

This is what happens when liberal feminists get entangled in their own rules.

Michigan College’s Women’s Resource Center has cancelled the production called “The Vagina Monologues,” because it’s– wait for it– discriminatory. How, you ask? Isn’t it obvious? Not all women have vaginas! Some women have man parts!

For those wondering what “The Vagina Monologues” is all about…

As you can see, it’s not diverse enough.

The WRC announced its decision in an email, which came after the center evaluated responses from a survey. Survey respondents opposing the production consistently indicated they were concerned that the play centers on cisgender women, that the play’s version of feminism excludes some women, including trans women, and that overall, “The Vagina Monologue” lacks diversity and inclusion.

Modifying the script to the play written by Eve Ensler is not an option, due to copyright laws, the WRC stated.

This is PC insanity at its finest. Weirdo feminists can’t carry on with their weirdo production because other weirdo feminists think it’s mean to leave out weirdo people who feel like they’re women even though they’re not.

You follow?

“We feel that making this decision is in line with the WRC mission of recognizing and celebrating the diverse representations of women on campus along with the overall mission of the Department of Diversity and Community Involvement, in which the WRC is housed, of supporting and empowering minoritized students and challenging systems and structures that perpetuate inequities,” the Women’s Resource Center said in an email. “We truly believe that it is important to center our minoritized students and this decision is in line with this mission driven value.”

We’re now at a point where feminist groups feel the need to celebrate “diverse representations of women,” even though there’s no such thing. You’re either a biological woman, or you’re not. You can identify as a woman, but that doesn’t make you one. I’m sorry, but that’s reality. I can’t even believe that statement needs to have an apology attached. This is peak insanity.

Exit question: Shouldn’t feminists be mad at those men for appropriating feminine culture? How do we pick and choose what rules to follow? How do I feminist here? HELP!

h/t MLive