And Despite the Oscars Going to the Most SJW-friendly Topic it Could Find...

And Despite the Oscars Going to the Most SJW-friendly Topic it Could Find...

SJW’s of course still find something to bitch about because they are never satisfied (I know it’s the archive link, but it’s the Verge. Waiver all claims to retaining sanity before reading their articles in full…).

This year at the Oscars, much like every year at the Oscars, men were honored for the movies they made.

Outside of the women-only acting categories, almost no women were nominated for anything, and almost no women won. Casey Affleck won. Mel Gibson was not only there, but in the third row and often on camera. No one seemed to care, and the entire four-hour ceremony passed without any indication that the women in attendance, or at home, should have anything to be upset about.

A man won Best Director in a field of all male nominees. A man also won Best Film Editing, Best Original Screenplay, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Original Score, Best Original Song, Best Sound Editing, Best Sound Mixing, Best Visual Effects, Best Makeup and Hairstyling, Best Animated Feature, and of course Best Cinematography, which has not been won by a woman even one time in 89 years, because no woman has ever been nominated.

Remember when I said that Manchester could never win best film because white male being masculine? Well…

Casey Affleck, who settled two sexual harassment lawsuits out of court in 2010, also won his first Oscar for Kenneth Lonergan’s Manchester by the Sea, a film that asked him to really stretch his range by pretending to be sad and have a Boston accent. Fittingly, the harassment lawsuits were filed by two women who were working on a film with him — I’m Still Here producer Amanda White and cinematographer Magdalena Gorka.

Well, I have more interesting things to worry about, even within the context of popping popcorn over SJW shitshows, so that will likely be it.

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