Sooner or later, totalitarian ideologies always eat themselves, having worked up an insatiable appetite by devouring everything else. For example, you might think that nothing could be more politically correct than feminazi Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues. However, the vulgar moonbat play now qualifies as thoughtcrime:
The Vagina Monologues is “antiquated” because it suggests “that in order to be a woman, you must have a vagina,” an American University student has claimed.
Kendall Baron, a junior and a staffer at the Women’s Initiative, criticized the famous feminist play in an email first obtained by Campus Reform. The play “represents a binary representation of gender,” she wrote redundantly.
The phrase is redundant because gender is by definition binary. If you are XX, you are female and have a vagina. If you are XY, you are male and do not. There are no other options except in grotesque realms of deformity.
American University isn’t the only place The Vagina Monologues has fallen out of favor. Mount Holyoke College won’t perform it because it “is not inclusive of transgender students.” At Columbia University/Barnard College, white women were banned from taking part in a performance.
In a desperate attempt to stay relevant, Ensler protests that she “never defined a woman as a person with a vagina.” That is, despite her play being such a famous example of feminist expression, it is not about women; rather, it is about people with vaginas. But she ensnares herself by admitting that the play excludes women who do not have vaginas, like Bruce Jenner.
On a tip from Steve T.