Man-hating radical feminist Gloria Steinem, who thinks that women murdering their babies is a “sacrament,” is concerned that the words “feminist” and “feminism” have become “bad words.” Rather than accept responsibility for extremists like herself giving the movement a bad name, Steinem blames conservative radio talk show legend Rush Limbaugh for creating the connotation.
On CBS’s This Morning on Friday, when co-host Norah O’Donnell pointed out that actress Meryl Streep now refers to herself as a “humanist” rather than a “feminist,” she asked Steinem, “Why is it that the feminist label — do you think has that bad connotation?”
“The word ‘feminism’ has been turned into a bad word by Rush Limbaugh who talks about ‘feminazis’ everyday,” Steinem told O’Donnell. “But if people just go to the dictionary and discover that it means a person, male or female, who believes in the full equality of women and men then they do subscribe to it. And it is a majority now which it didn’t used to be.”
As Newsbusters pointed out, Steinem may be aware of a poll from leftist website Vox, which claimed that only 18% of respondents “identified as feminists,” while 85% favor “equality for women,” indicative that the term has been damaged.
Steinem went on to denounce violence against women, leaving out the part about the millions of female babies who have been murdered by radical feminazis like herself.
Rush Limbaugh also coined the term, “NAGS,” a poke at the National Organization for Women (NOW). NAGS stands for the “National Association of Gals” in Rush lingo. Very funny.
Limbaugh joked during his broadcast on Friday that Gloria Steinem, a former Playboy playmate (who is against the sexualization of women, ironically) is the reason why the publication stopped publishing pictures of women.
Thank you, Rush. You have gotten under this radical, anti-life leftist’s skin. And for that, you should be congratulated.