The Unshackler Awards: 2016 Triggered Feminist of the Year


This is another poll in our annual Unshackler Awards series, and yes it’s what you think it is. As a result of all the cis-white males coming into the spotlight last year, a number of triggered feminists went on virtue signalling rampages against them. The biggest culprit was our Donald Trump, as it was he who triggered all these feminist SJWs into coming out of the cave and throwing tantrums in public. Milo isn’t far off, because we all know feminists are not equipped with handling the trauma of seeing a gay conservative Trump-supporter. So lets take a look at our triggered feminists, and see which one was triggered the most! 

2016 Triggered Feminist of the Year

  • Hillary Clinton (31%, 35 Votes)
  • Clementine Ford (25%, 28 Votes)
  • Cora "Trigglypuff" Segal (11%, 12 Votes)
  • Vanessa "Van" Badham (8%, 9 Votes)
  • Katy Perry (5%, 6 Votes)
  • Leigh Sales (5%, 6 Votes)
  • Susan Carland (5%, 6 Votes)
  • Huma Abedin (5%, 6 Votes)
  • Gretel Killeen (3%, 3 Votes)
  • Emma Alberici (1%, 1 Votes)

Total Voters: 111

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Clementine Ford is the figurehead of the contemporary Australian feminist movement. Based in Melbourne (obviously), her battle against the patriarchy began when she was at university. While many other girls were deciding to become businesswomen and doctors while doing Commerce or Medicine, Clementine made the empowering decision to become a women’s rights activist during her gender studies course. She’s everything progressive: pro-abortion, pro-same sex marriage, and so on and so forth. She also has a popular presence in Tumblr, again for obvious reasons, showing just how far she is from both reality and morality. She is a prolific writer, and her work includes the book ‘Fight Like a Girl’ and a regular column for the ‘Daily Life’.

Vanessa “Van” Badham is another Australian feminist who was drawn to left-wing politics and feminism while at university. Badham is also an anarchist, and has been involved in radical groups, such as the Non Aligned Left. She came into the public spotlight after she won a competition for her play ‘The Wilderness of Mirrors’, which centred on an activist organisation being infiltrated by a secret intelligence organisation. Badham is also very anti-rich, and flaunted her jealousy of the upper class when attacking the Australian government’s tax cuts. And of course, she lives in Melbourne, as every good feminist should.

Katy Perry is someone we all now. Passionately pro-Hillary and vocally anti-Trump, Katy Perry symbolises the current problem facing Hollywood: being out of touch with the people. Perry’s feminist pedigree is enriched by her LGBT activism, support for same-sex marriage, and spoke and performed at the Democratic National Convention in 2016 in support of Hillary Clinton. As a rich person, it is interesting how Katy Perry is supporting people who want to increase taxes for the rich and prevent economic opportunities, yet she’s most likely a victim of the current “rich-guilt” facing upper class millennials today. In 2013, Perry criticised Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott for opposing same-sex marriage, and said she won’t vote for him, despite the fact that she lives in America. After Trump’s victory in the 2016 US Presidential Election, Perry tweeted “THE REVOLUTION IS COMING” and ” WE WILL NEVER BE SILENCED #LOVETRUMPSHATE”, showing just how talented she is at misunderstanding people. And as a result, celebrities like her are not really given much attention these days.

Cora “Trigglypuff” Segel probably was the global face of radical feminism in 2016. Yes she’s pro-Hillary, and yes she’s anti-Trump, obviously. She is a strong feminist woman on a mission to #dismantlepatriarchy, as she says on Twitter. Her time with left-wing groups in Boston not only made her a fierce feminist, but also drew her to fat liberation. Instead of supporting health and vitality, she is an ardent supporter of the art of being fat. Don’t try and give health advice to her because she won’t take it! Trigglypuff is also anti-Milo, and the existence a gay conservative Trump-supporter is not her cup of tea. She went viral last year for her highly indecent and barbaric behaviour disrupting a university conference, and was adamant to not let the speaker have his say simply because she disagreed with him.

Gretel Killeen is another feminist from Australia. She is famous for her “Minister for Men” videos, where she mocked Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott for being the Minister for Women. She is also a comedian and hosted the Australian ‘Big Brother’. Killeen is a Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF, and is a refugee activist and promotes foreign aid support to developing countries, forgetting about the needy that live in her own country.

Emma Alberici is the presenter of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s (ABC) Lateline. Alberici, just like all other feminists, wants to change traditional social and cultural structures in order to bring forth cultural Marxism into the Western world. She believes the role of men has to be changed in the name of the feminist movement for gender equality in the workplace. She believes roles are unfairly divided between men and women, despite the fact that it’s mainly men who provide for the family in the first place, without which there won’t be a family in the first place. She was to change and condition society into accepting the unnatural phenomenon of seeing men perform traditionally female roles. And she believes it is needed to move forward as a society, forgetting the fact that this kind of social engineering is what results in a society’s collapse.

Leigh Sales is the other leading feminist working for the ABC, and hosts news and current affairs program ‘7.30’. In 2011, Sales interviewed US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at the Newseum in Washington D.C. Despite being an award winning television personality, Sales is famous for rude and useless questions aimed at right-wing politicians. As an example, her first question to Australian Senator Scott Morrison was “What was the point of your three years in government? And why should voters re-elect you?”. Similarly, she asked Kevin Andrews for the name of the ISIS leader, and made it clear she craves attention by her smug look after Andrews was unable to answer the question. Sales is a great example of the current batch of ineffective journalists employed by the mainstream media today.

Susan Carland is the wife of Australian television presenter Waleed Aly. Now she is an interesting person, because she claims to be an Islamic feminist. The inconsistency and contradiction bulging from this claim is a clear indicator of who she is and how seriously she is to be taken. She claims that terrorism and misogyny have nothing to do with Islam, despite the overwhelming evidence proving otherwise. Recently she published a book ‘Fighting Islam’, where she says it is possible to be both Muslim and a feminist. For example, she believes covering up her body is a source of liberation because only she can control who sees her body, despite the fact that Islamic teachings say something completely different about women, their clothing, and their bodies. It’s interesting how actual Islamic women, such as Ayaan Hirsi Ali, are calling for reformation within the violent religion that is Islam, but a former Christian woman is flaunting her conversion. Not only has she misunderstood Islam, she has betrayed her own culture and heritage by taking up feminism and converting to Islam, which is very contradictory and confusing, but are we meant to expect anything more from the left?

Huma Abedin was the vice chair of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 President campaign. In 2012, five Republican congressmen claimed that three of Abedin’s family members had connections to the terrorist organisations within the Muslim Brotherhood. She has come under fire within the right for her possible connections with terrorism, and her support for a woman like Hillary Clinton only added fuel to this fire. During Huma Abedin’s wedding to then-U.S. Representative Anthony Weiner, Hillary Clinton gave a speech where she said “I have one daughter. But if I had a second daughter, it would (be) Huma”.

Hillary Clinton is the lucky last of our triggered feminists list. This evil and corrupt warmonger might actually win this award. She is a feminist through and through. During her campaign, she was an active supporter of closing the so-called “gender wage gap”, supported LGBT rights and same-sex marriage, and played the woman card by saying that one reason the American people should vote her for is because “I am a woman”. But we all know what she has done, and why she is the most famous elderly triggered feminist of our times.

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