Her point being, the more young women (even men) involved in the movement, it will have more impact on social issues such as equality and raising awareness of global violence against women without the prejudice and misassumption of being a "femi-Nazi
White Smith utilizes an abundance of scriptures to help explain her road to revolution, all while completely avoiding the 'femi-Nazi
But Limbaugh is just as quick to portray himself as a victim of liberal prudishness, as yet another American who's had to suffer because some "femi-Nazi
" just can't take a joke.
Feminists and NOW have been lambasted by conservative critics as "femi-nazis
." Has that hampered movement?
We've been so immersed in PC psychobabble and so intimidated by femi-Nazis
we have become a nation of victims and wimps.
Along the way, he shows Limbaugh to be the ad hominum king whose demonizing and radicalizing of liberal causes -- for example, "femi-Nazis
," "welfare queens," and "environmental wachos" -- immediately cuts off meaningful dialogue of substantive complex issues.
"She's doing her woman's thing." "Women in the sciences need support and that is important, but that is not science." "What do you expect from a butch?" "A third world woman - we ought to support her new-found feminism." "She can't cut it as a scientist." "There go the angry feminists, the femi-Nazis
Yet his dead-on vocal impersonations brilliantly conjure all his characters, especially Rush, whom Varon somewhat affectionately likens to "a prankster and carnival barker" enticing his listeners into the tent to gawk at femi-Nazis
and other freaks.
That is why loud-mouths like Rush Limbaugh employ the not-so-endearing term femi-Nazis
to describe the movement.