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Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Feminist movie critics nag against stay at home moms.

Stacey Dash pushes back against critics of Patricia Heaton’s ‘Moms’ Night Out’

If you want to see sexism, read some of the "critics" "reviews" of Moms Night Out! They insult every stay-at-home mom. Twits
Actress Stacey Dash has come to the defense of “Moms’ Night Out,” the feel-good movie that has jaded critics feeling bad. Variety’s Justin Chang calls the film “basically a shrill feature-length sitcom for the faith-based family-values crowd, if nowhere near as good as that sounds.”

The Globe and Mail’s Kate Taylor piled on as well:
Mainly, you have to wonder why [main character] Allyson doesn’t just hire a nanny, find a job and get out of the house. Ah, but this is a Christian movie, and once it stops pelting an audience with comic incident, it begins preaching. Through the crazy night, Allyson comes to see that she should just relax and enjoy motherhood. “I am right where I need to be and God has given me everything I need to be a mom,” she concludes after a little sermon from a heavily tattooed biker who tells her Jesus loves her as she is.

In other words, Allyson will be just fine if she sticks to her conventional role.
Feminist critics of Mom's night out movie are VERY pro-choice.  Unless of course a woman chooses to be a homemaker. Then, of course, she's a moron.

And THIS IS WHAT A FEMINIST SOUNDS LIKE...it's their way and you have no rights to your opinions and way of life, even if your a stay at home mom, which feminists do not have the strength of character to be. That is "their" idea of pro choice, choose their way or else.

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