But the most interesting thing about the video is the description:
I had been planning this video for a while but I put it out now to illustrate a point. And my point was proven true.
I’ve now made 3 videos imitating sacred cows of the gender cult. (Jeffrey Marsh and Dylan Mulvaney). The worst I’ve gotten is a handful of people screeching on Twitter stomping their feet.
Jess (Sixthkween) did one video impression of Dylan. For this she was doxed, threatened, banned from multiple platforms. They doxed her family, her school, they went after her whole family and her job.
Why did none of this happen to me for doing the exact same thing? Almost like they target women… 🤔
This is not an isolated incident. See: JK Rowling vs Ricky Gervais. The gender cult hates everyone, but they have a particular viciousness towards females.
They want everybody’s compliance. But they want women’s submission.
I know we shouldn't be in the habit of giving men cookies for pointing out shit us radfems have been screaming about for years. But I thought it was interesting that a conservative guy pointed this disparity out instead of pulling a Matt Walsh and acting as if he's the first person to notice that genderwoo is hurting women and that no feminist ever fought back against it.
As awesome as women like Jess are, the sad truth is that we need more guys like this out there making content because they are less likely to face violent backlash for it. And I'm glad he did this experiment because now we have objective proof of the misogyny & hypocrisy of the trans cult (and Mulvaney's dumbass fan base specifically)