Pussy Writers UNITE!

To my great amusement, #ThingsOnlyWomenWritersHear and #WhatWoCWritersHear (meaning women of color) was trending on Twitter a few days ago. Aside from being wildly entertaining, it was interesting to see the SJWs whining, moaning, and complaining about their ‘muh oppression’ and ‘muh sexism’ and ‘muh prejudice’ and ‘muh wicked patriarchy’ considering that not one of them would be published without the existence of the system they love to believe hates them.

Women who enjoy their victim status unite!

Victoria Schwab
@veschwab
“I’m so glad I didn’t know you were a woman. I never would have picked up your book.”
#ThingsOnlyWomenWritersHear

Oh my favorite little wimpy SJW from the days of DiversityGate. Did you think blocking me would save you? 

Women like to whine about the fact that men don’t often read their books and enjoy thinking it’s because of …(insert a word ending in -ism, -ist, or -ic here). But in reality, it’s because the audience for science fiction and fantasy over the last five or six decades was largely male. You wouldn’t market a hunting rifle with the name Oprah on it unless you don’t want sales.

Sorry honey, that’s just the facts of gender (which is not a social construct). The few women writers who wrote in these genres wrote under male pen names because men were used to seeing other men. Now that SJWs have destroyed the fantasy and sci-fi genre to the point where men don’t even want to read mainstream published novels anymore because they’re always portrayed as being (insert a word ending in -ism, -ist, or -ic here), women wonder why men don’t want to read their novels? Keep bashing white males. You’ll be FORCED to hide your gender as time goes on. Which proves the theory of writing under a male pen name in certain genres as being a good idea to start with.

L.L. McKinney
@ElleOnWords
“We’re looking for a particular voice for the worldbuilding panel, but there’s an opening for one about diversity.”
#WhatWoCWritersHear

Wait wait wait! Women of color are constantly going on and on and on about being represented, crying out (insert a word ending in -ism, -ist, or -ic here) when they don’t feel they’ve been portrayed accurately, ruin authors careers in doing so, say they don’t want to be a ‘token’ character, then whine about the only panel available to them being a ‘diversity’ one that they spent ages harping on about to start with?

Oh for the love of god!

Sasha Delvin
@SashaDelvin
I do support diverse books. But we’re looking for QUALITY, you know?
#WhatWoCWritersHear

Um… yeah. Sorry your skin color didn’t get you a fucking free pass like affirmative action did. Getting published requires writing a good book. Or at least it used to. In the world SJW leftist publishing it just means that you need to hit certain social justice bullet points. Maybe you should harp on about muh white privilege a bit more in your next manuscript. 

N.K Jemison
@nkjemison
:::Mentions racism::: “Why do you hate white people?” #WhatWoCWritersHear

Granted that I’ve seen this author moan about Trump being elected by primarily white supremacists, I can’t take her thoughts on racism seriously. Nor should anyone else. And when you’re only finding racism among whites and never call out your own for committing racist acts against whites, then yes, you do hate white people. This one is enjoying her victim status WAY too much.

Maybe you’re constant accusations of (insert a word ending in -ism, -ist, or -ic here) are why independent publishing companies are sailing while mainstream agents and publishers are flailing. Just a thought.

Beth Hallman‏ @bethhallman101 
“Your husband’s incredible for letting you write.” And he lets me wear pants & drive the car too! I’m so lucky! #ThingsOnlyWomenWritersHear

I’m going to state with complete confidence that people are saying this to you because many are suffering from today’s economy and they need two incomes to make a financially stable household. Writing doesn’t pay well for most writers out there. No one is suggesting that your hubbie chains you to the stove.

I would love nothing more than to see these ladies trying to get published in Iran where women are actually oppressed, rather than actively looking for it on every corner. It’s this kind of attitude that has destroyed the publishing industry and why so many debut authors are cut from publishing houses. They can’t afford to keep them on and give them the necessary advertising because they continue pushing social justice narratives that readers are simply sick of. 

You’re not being oppressed. You’re being a pussy.  Toughen up and write your damn book.

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One comment

  1. Fair Maiden · · Reply

    Hear! Hear! This reminds me of the author Jennifer Weiner going on and on about ‘muh sexist oppression’ in the book world when she has had many books get on the NY Times Best Seller List AND had several books turned into films. Meanwhile, most writers, be they male or female are living off of ramen noodles. Yeah, you’re really oppressed, Jennifer! You want some cheese with that whine? 😛

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