Feminist Fury At The Word “Maid” Leads Feminist To Make Her Twitter Account Private.

Mockarena, Co-Founder

You wanna know how I know today’s feminists are batsh*t? Here. Here’s how I know. BEHOLD: This completely benign post from a random dude on Twitter:

Now, if you’re a regular, normal, rational, logical, reasonable human being, you probably read that and thought something along the lines of, “Oh how nice! Good for that maid! She set a goal, she met the goal, and now she can enjoy the fruits of her labor.”

But today’s feminists are not regular, normal, rational, logical, reasonable human beings. Take, for example, this one:

That board member of SafeSpacesDC (HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!) is a lunatic.  Her profile is private now, after getting backlash for her response to the dude whose maid no longer needs her job, but thankfully, there are screenshots.

YES.  “Senior Household Affairs Technician” is perfect.

Since when is it offensive to be a cook, driver, or maid now?  WTF.

She wasn’t the only fembot to be outraged:

OMG.

Side Note: Who said the maid was a single mom?

So let this be a lesson to all y’all.  Stop using perfectly reasonable job titles for things in case they offend idiots like “Dr. Feminist Snap.”  You think you’re a pilot? NO.  You are a person who flies planes.  Plumber?  NO.  You’re a person who works on water pipes and water-related issues. Bellhop?  NO.  You’re a person who handles luggage.

We could do this all day, but it wouldn’t matter, because idiotic feminists like the two mentioned above would continue to find stupid stuff to be outraged over. And instead of celebrating the point of the original tweet, which was that woman worked hard to reach a goal and DID IT, we’ve got these ignorant hags completely stealing her thunder.

Today’s feminism is rotten to the core.

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