Disgusting & vile video of little girls using F-Bombs in Pro-Feminism video

Posted by on October 22, 2014
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There is a new video out by a for-profit T-shirt company, FCKH8.com that has little girls dressed up as princesses and dropping F-Bombs to promote feminism. Most people should be appalled at what they see and hear in this video, but more importantly, their parents had to sign off on this. This is where we are America.

Progressives and those who believe in the causes the little girls speak about are stooping to a whole new level. They feel that it is perfectly okay to have little girls who clearly do not understand what they are really doing, engage in such behavior to simply be heard. This is crazy.

The video’s message is to bring attention, once again, to an over-used and often misunderstood claim that women earn less than men in the workplace or as they say, .77 cents for every dollar a male makes. President Obama and many progressive Democrats have been using this false claim for quite awhile, but now we need to hear little girls cursing to get our attention?

What do you think of the video?

****WARNING: Strong language****

As far as the income inequality or pay gap goes, women do in fact earn less than men, but it’s not due to discrimination in the labor market. It’s because of the decisions they make when it comes to families, education, investment, job skills, and so forth. Men generally earn more than women, but not that much more when they work the same job and they have similar experience and abilities.

Women on average earn an annual wage that is approximately 75% that of men, but once you dig a little deeper, you begin to see the reasons. Women make certain choices, such as career selection and raising children, which tend to result in lower wages than men.


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