Sunday, August 16, 2015

Anita Little, grow the hell up


That's Anita Little, professional fan girl passing herself off as a feminist.

Most recently, she's offered the embarrassing post "We Heart: Beyonce’s History-Making Vogue Cover."

If Little wants to eat out Beyonce, have at it.

But stop passing off your sexual urges as feminism.

While Anita's panties may have gotten damp as she stared at Beyonce on the cover of Vogue, it wasn't an act of feminism.

And Ms. really needs to stop (a) acting as Beyonce's fan club and (b) lying.

Anita Little pants, "Whoever lands that all-important Vogue cover has basically sealed their status as the 'It-Woman' of that year, and who else could it have gone to but the unabashedly feminist Beyoncé?"

That goes to another Little post where Anita creams her panties over the fact that Beyonce's performing "Drunk In Love" -- where she calls her lover "Daddy" (that's feminism!) and the song is famous (infamous) for celebrating Ike Turner beating Tina Turner ("In '97 I bite, I'm Ike, Turner, turn up/ Baby no I don't play, now eat the cake, Anna Mae/ Said, 'Eat the cake, Anna Mae!'").

That's right, Ms. is yet again celebrating the battering of a woman, celebrating abuse, embracing terrorism.

And they're doing it so Anita (and Janelle before her) can flick their clits while moaning "Beyonce!"

They need to get a grip real damn quick.

Feminism is not about applauding the abuse of women -- ever.

Feminism is also not running a fan club for a tits and ass singer who let her daddy mold her and then turned her career over to her butt-ugly husband who is nothing but a thug more infamous for fighting with a woman in an elevator than for anything he's done musically.

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