Monday 28 December 2020

It was hard to come to terms with the fact that I was bringing yet another white man into the world


Emily Ratajkowski, an American model, tells Vogue about her fear of bringing a white male into the world.

"I’m scared of having a son too, although not in the same way. I’ve known far too many white men who move through the world unaware of their privilege, and I’ve been traumatized by many of my experiences with them. And boys too; it’s shocking to realize how early young boys gain a sense of entitlement—to girls’ bodies and to the world in general....

"My friend who is the mother to a three-year-old boy tells me that she didn’t think she cared about gender until her doctor broke the news that she was having a son. She burst into tears in her office. “And then I continued to cry for a whole month,” she says matter-of-factly. After a difficult birth experience, she developed postpartum depression and decided that she resented her husband more than she’d ever imagined possible. She told me she particularly hated—and she made an actual, physical list that she kept in her journal, editing it daily—how peacefully he slept. “There is nothing worse than the undisturbed sleep of a white man in a patriarchal world.” She shakes her head. “It was hard to come to terms with the fact that I was bringing yet another white man into the world..."

This is Vogue, read by rich, snobby fashionistas who are interested in incredibly expensive shoes. If the right has lost the rich fashionistas what hope does it have?

Apparently the answer is manual workers.

Teen Vogue has been Marxist for two or three years. I kid you not.

Douglas Murray back in October 2018 said this.

"Even earlier this year, in April, Teen Vogue published an article headlined “What ‘Capitalism’ Is And How It Affects People“. It was an explicitly anti-capitalist piece written by a campaigning anti-capitalist called Kim Kelly. On social media, the publication promoted this piece under the heading “Everything you need to know about capitalism”. A surprising claim, and – some might say – presumptuous. After all, is it really possible to write everything that people might need to know about capitalism in one article? And if so would the likely source of such an article really be Teen Vogue?"

He ended his article: "A publication which can promote the most extreme covetousness of luxury lifestyles and goods, while simultaneously advocating the end of capitalism raises many questions. Some of them must be counted above Vogue’s paygrade. Such as the question of how post-free market economies are meant to be run. But perhaps the questions could also be posed at a more local level. Such as, how exactly are people to buy luxury handbags in the post-capitalist world?"


  1. I sometimes have trouble distinguishing between satire and serious publications.

    1. It is entirely serious. Capitalist Big Business is pushing Marxism, specifically Frankfurt School Marxism. They actually mean this stuff - and they are convincing the young, and threatening the old into silence.

  2. The Frankfurt School of Marxism was not treated as a serious enemy by conservatives - they just mocked it as "Political Correctness gone mad", because it was not seriously opposed it has grown and grown - it now controls almost every institution public and private (including Bit Business). Corporate Managers saturated in Frankfurt School "Diversity and Inclusion" doctrines.

  3. As for the obsession with race and gender (white heterosexual men seen as the embodiment of evil) that is Frankfurt School Marxism - which even Joseph Stalin regarded as irrational and destructive.

    1. He like all the Communists accepted Lenin's understanding of the Communist Manifesto as the holy book and did not even bother with Das Kapital very much. Stalin objected to the Frankfurt school's ideas as non-canonical, heretical.