Really, Lady? TikTok Mom Teaching Daughters 'There's No Such Thing as Virginity,' 'It's a Patriarchal Concept'

Nick Kangadis | February 26, 2021
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Does anyone think they hate something, anything as much as modern feminists hate men? They like to place every issue, no matter how minuscule, at the feet of men because admitting fault in today’s society is actually frowned upon. ‘It can’t be my fault. I was told every day growing up that I’m special and that if something goes wrong it’s not my fault.’ Please.

Well apparently, according to one mother of five daughters on TikTok — because when I think good parenting, I think TikTok — virginity is a tool of the patriarchy to make women feel bad about themselves.

No, that’s not a joke — but that doesn’t mean I’m not laughing.

I’m not even going to use this woman’s actual name, because this is that stupid. If you need to know that bad, just click the following link to Buzzfeed. Yes Buzzfeed, so you know it's hard-hitting news.

Here’s what this mother said about the concept of “virginity”:

It's a patriarchal concept used to control women and serves no purpose other than making women feel bad about ourselves. Just because some guy randomly sticks his penis in you at some point in your life does not change your worth, it does not change who you are, it doesn’t do anything other than it happened.

I don’t know if this woman was high or what, but has she never seen a high school or college comedy movie from the 1980s or 1990s? A larger portion of those films are centered around dudes — yes I mean males when I say that, that’s how dudes “identify” — trying to lose their virginity so they’re not made to feel like losers by their other male friends.

It was literally part of the culture — before about 2010 — to ridicule teenage boys and college-aged men for not having sex.

The mother in question also said something else that might have been equally as dumb.

“Sex is important. It’s a big deal. It should always be a big deal,” she correctly said before saying the exact opposite of the definition of virginity. “It has nothing to do with your ‘first time.’” 

Merriam-Webster’s dictionary might have something to say about that — well, until they go “woke” again and change the definition of a word just to appease the Twitter mob.

virgin - noun

1 a : a person who has not had sexual intercourse

   b : a person who is inexperienced in a usually specified sphere of activity

Notice how Merriam-Webster used the word “person” and not woman or female in the first, most common definition.

Feminists like to make things about themselves because their abrasiveness is so off-putting no rational person wants to engage them just to be stuck in an irrational conversation.

Virginity is not a patriarchal construct. Virginity wasn’t created to make you feel bad…Karen. It has nothing to do with “toxic masculinity,” unless you’re talking about what males do to other males through ridicule. It’s not always about you, ladies. Sorry, it’s just not.

For video of this unintentionally funny “hot take,” watch below:


H/T: RedState