By Corrine Barraclough
Who sits in the throne of power? Feminists. Without a shadow or flicker of a doubt.
Game of Thrones star Kit Harington said in an interview he often feels objectified by women who watch the show.
While he understands he was hired for his six-pack abs and throw me on the bed eyes, he said it was “demeaning”.
He added, “there’s a sexism that happens towards men. There’s definitely a sexism in our industry that happens towards women, and there is towards men as well… At some points during photoshoots when I’m asked to strip down, I felt that.”
He clearly forgot who sits in the throne of power.
This week he apologised. Why? Internet feminists. Yes, them again.
“I was wrong there, though. Sexism against men is not something I should have really said,” Harrington told The Guardian.
“I do feel I have been objectified in the past sexually as well, in pieces that have written about me,” he added. “Has that made me feel uncomfortable in the past? Yes. So I think my position is the same as a woman’s in society? No. They’re very different things, and I should have separated them. I was wrong.”
True equality demands they are not separated.
Fem-politics fuels Internet outrage, sparks pressure and is governing us all.
It is this utterly bizarre double think that is driving people away from leading parties. They are all weak when it comes to standing up to this kind of sexist mind control. They’ve all bought into the narrative of female supremacy.
Kit Harrington does get objectified.
Male objectification is not more or less ok than female.
Of course it’s sexism.
The double think is what enabled feminists to get a t-shirt banned last week with the words, “Eat, sleep, rape, repeat” while women’s mags delight in articles about women’s rape and bondage fantasies. Yes, the t-shirt’s distasteful but the point remains clear.
Welcome to the game of thrones where female supremacy holds the seat of power. Forget balance.