DAILYKENN.com -- Aside from a handful of far-left moonbats pretending to represent all of women, a mis-named "Women's March" in California was cancelled.
The event was not cancelled due to lack of interest, according to organizers, but due to lack of racial diversity among participants. It was too white.
Apparently the race card excuse provided the organizers a creative cover for their failure as sane Americans recognize the movement for what it is: A batch of far-left parasites who are out of touch with our nation's core values.
The admission of failure portends a dark shadow for the movement's future: If it can succeed in the far-left environment of California, where can it succeed?
The mis-named "Women's March" was known for its odd pink "pussy hats" and women dressed in gawdy pink costumes intended to represent female genitalia. The movement has come a long way since the suffragette era when women with dignity dawned white dresses and addressed genuine concerns.
The feminist movement was hijacked by cultural Marxism in the late 1960s. Since then it has been a vehicle to attack the traditional Western family, demonize the legacy of female homemakers, and attempt to force women into traditional male roles where they cannot not successfully compete. Meanwhile this fake feminist movement has encouraged the encroachment of Islam which is a genuine, generations-old rape culture that literally views women as property.
From nbcnews.com ▼ Daniella Silva
A California Women’s March was canceled because of concerns that its participants have been “overwhelmingly white,” the march’s organizers said.
Organizers announced Friday that the Women’s March would not take place in Eureka, in Humboldt County, California, on Jan. 19 as previously planned due to issues of representation.
“Up to this point, the participants have been overwhelmingly white, lacking representation from several perspectives in our community,” a post on the march’s Facebook page read. “Instead of pushing forward with crucial voices absent, the organizing team will take time for more outreach.”
The decision was made after conversations with local organizers and supporters of the march, according to the statement, which was posted by Facebook user Beth Ann Wylie.
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