Kasey Rose-Hodge claims women are victimized by heterosexual males, not transgenders.
Delusional feminist Kasey Rose-Hodge claimed that heterosexual males who are concerned about the concept of men changing in the same room as little girls are “creepy” in a Facebook post that went viral Thursday.
“Dear creepy heterosexual men guarding our bathrooms,” Rose-Hodge writes.
“My entire life, I’ve been told to fear you in one way or another. I’ve been told to cover my body as to not distract you in school, to cover my body to help avoid unwanted advances or comments, to cover my body as to not tempt you to sexually assault me, to reject your unwanted advances politely as to not anger you.”
She then concludes that the “only potential predator I see is you.”
“Your mothers, sisters, girlfriends, wives and daughters don’t need you to walk them to the bathroom for safety. Your fathers, brothers, friends and sons need to walk themselves away from their own double standards. Women are sexually harassed and sexually assaulted on school campuses, on the street, at their jobs, on the Internet, in their own homes, in ANY public place.”
The problem with her logic is that, in fact, the campus rape culture phenomenon is a myth – as are a multitude of feminist platitudes (such as the “gender pay gap”) that are pushed by women with daddy issues and low-testosterone manginas.
In addition, Rose-Hodge slammed men who are concerned about the safety of their daughters by asserting that they are, in fact, predators themselves.
The post was another example of man-hating psychopaths who have been manipulated by the Rockefeller-funded feminist movement using social media to push a victim narrative while virtue signalling to their mentally unstable friends.
Naturally – Rose-Hodge omitted specific examples of perverts taking advantage of transgender bathroom laws to engage in disgusting behavior, stories like this and this and this and this and this and this and this and, for good measure – this.
It appears that she is more concerned with perpetuating an ideological jihad against traditional masculinity and conservatism rather than publicizing any information regarding genuine women’s rights issues.
Perhaps Rose-Hodge will be singing a different tune should a cross-dressing perv follow her into a women’s changing room while the same men she lambasted for wanting to protect her decide to look the other way.
Maybe then, heterosexual “creepy” males won’t be so “creepy” anymore.