Clemson University just banned Harambe memes. (Harambe was that gorilla that got shot when a boy fell into the gorilla habitat in the Cincinnati zoo.) Clemson gave two reasons for what they did.
- That Harambe memes are racist
- That Harambe memes are rape culture
Both are wrong, but the racism argument isn’t completely divorced from reality. One can understand how someone can not be insane and come to the conclusion that Harambe memes are racist even though they’re wrong.
On the other hand, believing that Harambe memes are rape culture is completely insane and totally divorced from reality. There was nothing sexual about what happened to Harambe. Also, don’t forget that it was a BOY that fell into gorilla habitat. Nothing about Harambe has to do with women, yet, women are trying to steal this situation from the actual victims with their lies about “rape culture”.
This is another example of how women are oppression thieves. Women are not now nor have they ever been oppressed for being women. To make themselves look oppressed, women steal oppression from actual oppressed peoples and make it about themselves. This is what intersectional feminism is all about. #BlackLivesMatter has the same problem. BLM might actually make sense if it was black men’s lives matter or men’s lives matter because it’s not like black women are dying at the hands of police.
Throughout history women have been the most protected and pampered group that has ever lived. Anything else is women stealing oppression from groups that have actually been oppressed.