Feminist video blogger Jenny McDermott responded to criticism over a past call to “kill all men” by posting another video explaining she doesn’t want to kill “all” men, just all the men who are “retards.”
The initial video McDermott published in July, 2016, has regained traction again online, prompting another firestorm of criticism regarding her views on men.
“I want to talk to you all about a serious injustice in this world, and that is the sexism that comes from men, and is forced on to women,” she says in the initial video. “Women are raped and murdered, and for this we need to kill all men. I am sick of being a baby factory that produces more men that will just in the future subjugate me, so the only answer to that is to kill male babies, and just kill any man that you see.
“Like in the streets, like any swinging dick, just kill him,” she continues. “Because we want the species to go on, but we want it to only go on with women in it. So, that’s what we have to do. That’s the only way to keep the human race going, is with just women. Get it?”
She goes on to clarify in the video that she was discussing the hashtag “KillAllMen” in a tongue in cheek manner in order to get inside the heads of anti-feminists. But that’s not what many people took away from the video. Following the latest round of backlash regarding her comments, McDermott posted another video to explain she was “joking,” although she again ends up calling for a good number of men to be killed.
“All you had to do was open up the video and actually watch what I’m talking about to tell that I don’t actually advocate for killing men,” she says. “But those men that are commenting on my video are complete fucking retards, and honestly we can do without you on this planet. So hashtag kill all men that are total fucking retards.”
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