Modern feminism is simply about hating men.
They spend all their time complaining about how evil men are.
And feminists worldwide just got their biggest anti-men win in decades.
Following the lead of feminists, the mainstream media and top politicians can’t go a day without chastising men.
Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) even recently declared that people “should be more fearful of white men.”
So when it came time for GQ, supposedly a “men’s magazine,” to declare their “Game Changer of the Year,” they decided to avoid a man.
Instead, they are naming Greta Thunberg — a 16-year-old Swedish girl famous for leading a “strike” from school until radical environmental policies are put into place.
She has supposedly inspired 1.6 million other kids to ditch school as well, making her a hero to the radical Left.
The Independent reports:
Greta Thunberg has been named “Game Changer of the Year” by GQ Magazine.
The 16-year-old environmentalist will receive the award, which was created especially for her, in London on Tuesday evening at the publication’s annual awards ceremony that celebrates achievements in popular culture, politics and activism.
The Swedish teenager has risen to fame thanks to her pioneering climate change activism, which hit the headlines last year when her decision to go on strike from school to raise awareness for environmental issues inspired 1.6 million others around the world to do the same.
The movement Thunberg started is now known as #FridaysForFuture in reference to Thunberg’s decision to continue going on strike from school every Friday until the Swedish government takes action on climate change.
For being a men’s magazine, this is clearly a choice that will anger many readers.
But it isn’t surprising.
With the Left ratcheting up their anti-men rhetoric, anything for men is being demonized.
In order to avoid that demonization, embracing the radical Left is a requirement.
And featuring a 16-year-old Left-wing activist seems to be a good way to appease the feminist mob.
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