“The Future Is Female?”
That’s the headline at numerous media outlets who are trying to spin it into something positive in spite of the blow back from it’s critics who say that it implies gender dominance.
Hillary Clinton who I’m told, recently lost a Presidential Election, is most likely trying to stay “surface relevant” in a way that will attract more media appearances. She probably grabbed the catchphrase out of an optimistic hope that people would just blindly cheer in their naive bewilderment.
A gamble that has paid off for her campaigns historically.
She went on to add “Despite all the challenges we face, I remain convinced that yes, the future is female, Just look at the amazing energy we saw last month, as women organized a march that galvanized millions of people all over our country and across the world.”
Galvanizing has two distinct definitions: Galvanization is a process that coats metal in zinc, alternatively an action that shocks and or excites people into taking action.
While we cannot be certain whether Hillary has coated anyone in Zinc, we must then guess that she is referring to the recent women’s march as an action that shocked people?
Or perhaps in the future she’ll coat women in Zinc?
If we overlook that the statement: “The Future Is Female” was originally used by 1970’s lesbian separatist culture, and focus on what would happen if you coated someone in Zinc, you’ll have a pretty good idea of why her critics are bemoaning her latest plea for attention.
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Not surprisingly her potato sack outfit was probably her biggest contribution to her new title as a “maker.” We’re proud for her accomplishing this level of confusion and hope her potato sack jackets look good on Michele Obama.