Lena Dunham and Amy Schumer Star in the New Reality Show Called “White Girl Victimhood”

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I have wondered to myself and aloud how and why have Amy Schumer and Lena Dunham assumed so much influence and power in Hollywood and in various social circles for accomplishing so little. The crass behavior exhibited by both women in their respective dramas are absurdly narcissistic, while self-debasing. It is also quite imaginary. This idea that there is some preponderance of Black men that are fawning over them because of their skin color and fame is so remote, they actually feel the need to play victim to their own white framing and fetishized beliefs.

In the conversation with the “Trainwreck” actress, Dunham recounted her experience at the Met Gala earlier this year with New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., who she claimed refused to speak to her throughout the evening.

“It was so amazing because it was like he looked at me and he determined I was not the shape of a woman by his standards,” she said. “He was like, ‘That’s a marshmallow. That’s a child. That’s a dog.’ It wasn’t mean — he just seemed confused.”

“The vibe was very much like, ‘Do I want to f**k it? Is it wearing a … yep, it’s wearing a tuxedo. I’m going to go back to my cell phone.’ It was like we were forced to be together, and he literally was scrolling Instagram rather than have to look at a woman in a bow tie. I was like, ‘This should be called the Metropolitan Museum of Getting Rejected by Athletes.’”

Cole Delbyck__ September 3, 2016 Huffington Post

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It’s not even funny. Definitely not cute.

Quite Revealing Chat

I suspect that this alleged insult from Odell Beckham Jr. and the subsequent charging of a Black male athlete for not wanting to sleep with you or even look at you should have resulted in a modern day lynching. The NY Giants should have followed with Odell being released from the team and the NFL banning him for life for his lack of desire and lust for the flesh of a white successful woman. This won’t happen, but the victimhood in all of this eerily draws parallels to pre-1960′s eras of lynchings from accusations of white women charging Black men for rape or attempted rape.

The ideology of Dunham and the like seems to contribute to the reality of being with a white woman under the social construct and its legacy. I wondered how white women fare in interracial marriages. According to an article I recall reading not too long ago and based on recent data, White females married to Asian males are atop of the list for being most likely to be divorced by the 10th year of marriage. A likely parting of ways is reportedly 59% likely in comparison to white wife/white husband pairings. Followed closely in second place, White women and Black men pairings are 50% more likely to end in divorce. Meanwhile, a Black wife and White husband is 44% less likely to divorce.

So anyway…

These self-ordained role models for women by and large actually believe that they are pioneers to what has already been accomplished by far more talented women before them. Women who didn’t rely on absurd victimhood to excel at their craft, but were resilient in the face of much harsher inequality. Their unstable brand of feminism does more to destabilize the advocacy than to strengthen its cause. Furthermore, it just so happens that economies of scale have serendipitously caught up with these two in this era, thanks to many years of affirmative action and sacrifices before them. Feel free to deny this.

Some really good advice though

Try to be okay with not being attractive to any and everybody. Your relative fame and fortune would prove only to superficially enhance the aesthetic and your delusion. And more pointedly not every other human being on the planet, and certainly not every black man, would like to fuck you bitches.

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