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Celebrate Women's History Month with a Review of Liberal Misogyny
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Colleen Raezler of the Culture and Media Institute rings in Women’s History Month with the Top 10 Most Disgusting Attacks on Conservative Women over the past year:

March is Women’s History Month, in which we acknowledge the accomplishments and contributions of women in history and in society today.

But for a select group of women – conservative women – their accomplishments and contributions are rarely celebrated but often demeaned and mocked in sexist – and crassly sexual – ways.

The Culture & Media Insitute looked back at what the media had to say over the past year about some of today’s most prominent conservative women, including Michelle Malkin, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Sarah Palin and Liz Cheney, and compiled a list of the 10 worst attacks on these women who dare to speak out in favor of conservative values.

Much of the criticism was the worst sort of misogyny with a dose of violence and disgusting adolescent sex references thrown in for good measure. The media outlets in question ranged from Playboy magazine to MSNBC to Sirius XM radio and included comments from both men and women.

The message that rang through loud and clear was that perspectives from conservative women were not appreciated or welcomed, and if a woman stepped out of line, she deserved whatever treatment she received.

You won’t be surprised to learn that half of the ten involve…yours truly!

Like Jill Scott sings: “Haters hate on me…”

Hate on me hater

Now or Later

Cause I’m gonna do me

You’ll be made baby

(Go head and hate)

Go ‘head and hate on me hater

I’m not afraid of

What I got I paid for

You can hate on me…

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Ideology • Tags: Media, Sarah Palin, Unhinged