Men: The New Icons of Women’s History

By Olivia Murray

Published: March 22, 2022 Noon EST

(2 minute read)

“During the month of March, we give a little extra attention to all of the amazing accomplishments of strong, determined women. Since 1987, the United States has formally recognized March as National Women’s History Month. Every woman has a story to tell and gifts to share with the world. So get ready, because this month is about honoring magnificent ladies, and we are ready to celebrate it to the fullest.”

The above was taken from National Today, a source of “special moments on the cultural calendar.” However, Women’s History Month looks quite different this year; as “women” with penises are the newest and most celebrated trailblazers.

USA TODAY named Richard Levine as a 2022 honoree for its Women of the Century project, which is a “recognition of women across the country who have made a significant impact.” In an upside-down world, Levine’s proclivity for cross-dressing earned him a spot on the list.

The next groundbreaking “woman” is William Thomas, known for his unmitigated dominance in the pool. Over the past several months, Thomas demolished his female counterparts, breaking women’s swimming records.

The Left squawks about “women’s equality” and “equal rights,” all while allowing men to usurp accomplishments of actual women. Regardless of the propaganda machine attempting to convince the public that the two sexes are equal in every way, they most certainly are not. Pretending this to be true, diminishes women’s achievements. Giving into psychiatric delusions creates an environment of radical regressivism, subjugating women to a position of inferiority.

Men are not women, and women are not men.