The Darker Side of 'Feminism' Slithers out in TikTok Rants Fretting Over Roe v. Wade Future

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As I’ve noted before, far-leftists in this country have a remarkable tendency to let the ugly truth about their agenda slip out and in the process tell us who they really are on occasion on issues related to healthcare, taxes, race, and abortion among other things.


For example, in September 2021, late-night talk show host and supposed compassionate liberal Jimmy Kimmel said during one segment of his program that unvaccinated Americans should be turned away from hospital emergency rooms and left to die a painful death in the event they complain of COVID symptoms and there’s a shortage of ICU beds.

“That choice doesn’t seem so tough to me. Vaccinated person having a heart attack? Yes, come right in, we’ll take care of you. Unvaccinated guy who gobbled horse goo? Rest in peace, wheezy,” he “joked.” The audience enthusiastically applauded.

In another infamous instance a few weeks later, a radical illegal immigrant activist group stalked Arizona Democratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema in a woman’s bathroom where there were other women using the facilities and, egged on by a male agitator who joined in, pointed their camera at the bathroom stall Sinema was using and recorded the moment.

So-called “defenders of women” on the left including self-proclaimed “feminists” sickeningly justified the disturbing incident, essentially giving “her skirt was too short”-type defenses of the “protesters.”

And just this week, as Americans process the news that broke Monday regarding the draft majority opinion written by Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito in which he declared “We hold that Roe and Casey must be overruled,” woke leftists are telling us who they really are yet again.

As detailed in a report from The Insider, distraught feminists on TikTok are all kinds of fretting about what Roe v. Wade potentially being overturned could mean for their “right” to “hook-up” with guys free of responsibility:


“In case you’re a man who doesn’t care about roe v wade just know that if abortion gets banned hookup culture will be absolutely decimated,” TikTok user @moneymollusk wrote in a video, which has received more than 1.2 million views in a single day.

“What women would have mediocre sex with a drunk rando if he could potentially father their child,” she continued, noting that the video is directed at “all the pro-life men who love Plan B.”

Watch (language warning for lyrics from music played in the clip):

@moneymollusk all the pro-life men who love plan b i am speaking to you directly #roevwade ♬ original sound – SHAKEYFUNNYAZZ

Another clip documented by The Insider was just as bad:

In another video, which received 12,000 views, fitness influencer Nicki Cox said that the debate surrounding Roe V. Wade “isn’t just for women.”

“Since about 75% of men only care about sex and money I hope they know that this roe v wade decision could destroy hookup culture and leave them paying 18 years of child support,” she wrote.

Good grief.

When I first saw this story via our sister site Twitchy, my immediate thought was … “and the problem with hook-up culture going away would be…?”

My second thought was what led me to write about the videos – namely, how these women appear to have no shame whatsoever in essentially admitting they are proponents of using abortion as a form of “birth control” in order to kill an unborn child because the man and woman involved in the hook-up were too selfish and irresponsible to use protection.


What especially makes me sick is how in some of the clips documented by The Insider, the women are putting the onus to be safe entirely on men – which, ironically, has been a big part of the problem since Roe v. Wade was decided. Somewhere along the way “feminists” decided that if a woman got pregnant by mistake that it was cool to blame the guy because in doing so they could avoid having to admit responsibility for failing to protect themselves from conceiving a child.

In an ideal world, both parties would be 100% committed to safe sex. Unfortunately, the over 62 million abortions that have happened since Roe v. Wade demonstrate that there are literally 10s of millions of cases where that simply did not happen, and the unborn child paid the ultimate price.

Since feminists are quick to lecture people on how it is women who have to carry the baby and all that goes along with pregnancy, they should also understand that its women who first and foremost need to make sure they are protected if they want to prevent pregnancy instead of relying on their partners to do it. It’s not an ideal world, and because of that women who want to engage in casual sex need to take precautions to ensure the result of their actions is not a pregnancy they don’t want.

And assuming abortion law does indeed get sent back to the states, why on earth would that mean “hookup culture would be decimated”? It wouldn’t have to be as long as enough women made sure to use actual birth control and made sure the guy wore protection so they didn’t accidentally conceive a child. I mean, this isn’t rocket science, folks.


Because so many women have proven over the last five decades that they can’t be responsible with the “freedoms” they fought for during the Sexual Revolution, I maintain my original point about hook-up culture and how it wouldn’t be a bad thing if we saw less of that regardless of whether or not Roe v. Wade is overturned. If these women feel like the best way to avoid an accidental pregnancy is to just not have casual sex at all, then that means fewer babies aborted in the long run – and fewer future potential radical leftits, too. A win-win in my book.

As I’ve said in posts about feminists calling for “sex strikes,” I’m totally fine with that. Sorry not sorry, gals.

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