CANNES CONTROVERSY IS THE LATEST FEMINAZI ASSAULT …
And it’s got legs …
Our kick-tastrophe centers around the prestigious Cannes film festival … which allegedly banned women from wearing flat shoes on its red carpet. And one of the women reportedly turned away for wearing flats (a.k.a. les chaussures du diable) was an amputee … whose husband is a filmmaker.
For the record, Cannes says the story is bunk …
“The rumour saying the festival insists on high heels for women on the red carpet is unfounded,” Cannes’ director Thierry Frémaux tweeted.
But that’s not stopping Feminazis from seizing on the perception of stepped-up snootiness – which it claims is the latest example of female objectification run amok.
“The assumption still is that in order to look elegant women have to be in some kind of self-restraining physical pain,” one columnist wrote. “Because that still, apparently, is the look of a human woman.”
Wanna know something? When we wrote last week on the medical case against high heels, something very interesting happened. Not a single one of the powerful, professional, intelligent, sexy, heel-wearing women with whom our founding editor regularly corresponds seemed even remotely concerned.
In fact all of them vowed to continue rocking their heels – and occasionally sending him pics to indulge his legendary fetish.
“Give a woman a great pair of heels and she can conquer the world,” one state agency leader told us.
“I am still going to wear my heels!” a female state lawmaker (who happens to own a most impressive collection) said.
“That study was paid for by women who can’t hack it,” an influential female lobbyist told us, referring to the medical evidence at issue.
Another simply responded with a picture of her news Christian Louboutins.
Most interesting, one woman who sustained extensive knee damage (partially due to wearing heels) actually lamented to us how she could no longer wear the lofty kicks … vertically, at least.
Bottom line? Each of these women know what they want. And they’ve built careers for themselves based on their ability to get what they want (and not the Nikki Haley way, either). They don’t need anyone else telling them what is or isn’t “elegant” – they know. They embody elegance – in heels or flats.
When will the Feminazis get it?