Matt Walsh: Women of America: 4 reasons to hate 50 Shades of Grey

Editor’s Note: MW’s point number 3 should be read by Christians and unbelievers alike. Point number 4 is logical and as feminists generally work by humanistic terms it stands to reason they would hate 50 Shades of Grey. But as we’ve learned over the decades immorality defies reason and feminism touted being as base as the basest men. Point number four is for feminists but should stand on the premise that biblical morality dictates our desire to see a cultural reformation based on christian morality worked out by Jesus Christ in the hearts of all women. If you are a feminist and you take a stand against 50SoG, you’ll have to be consistent in standing against feminism.


Please do not underestimate the significance of this. Here, now, you have been given the opportunity to grab ahold of our society and drag it back from the precipice. You cannot cure all of our ills, but, if you answer the call, you can at least help us take one small step toward peace and prosperity.

This is truly a seminal moment in our history. The weight of our future, our children’s future, our children’s children’s future, partially rests on the decision you are facing. Your task, ladies, is simple. All you must do is not buy tickets to 50 Shades of Grey when it’s released in theaters on Valentine’s Day.

Not one ticket.

Weekend box office total: $0.

The biggest flop of all time.

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One thought on “Matt Walsh: Women of America: 4 reasons to hate 50 Shades of Grey

  1. Feminism is slowly realising that it is as subject to the Law of Unintended Consequences as anyone else. The first-wave feminism which gave women the vote in the 1920s, led in time to the second-wave feminism of the 1960s which gave us liberal abortion policies and a host of other things. The surviving 1st wavers would have been appalled but, in an ironic way, they were complicit in the arrival of second-wave feminism.

    Now the second-wave feminists are looking at what is loosely called 3rd wave feminism (raunch culture etc) and while they are roundly appalled (and rightly so – I can’t imagine the second-wave feminists I have come across approving this sort of thing), they have to admit that they are why the 3rd wavers are here. Germaine Greer was quoted a few years ago saying that 3rd-wave feminism had set back the cause of women by fifty years; she actually meant the cause of her sort of feminism, but she has a point. Meanwhile a lot of women call themselves ‘post-feminists’; grateful for what they have out of it, and especially if they are single and/or don’t have children; but not really wanting to identify with the sisterhood. Be careful what you wish for.


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