Social Media Falsely Makes It Appear That Normal Women Don’t Exist | Tomi Lahren

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Folks, TikTok serves us the dumbest filth the interwebs have to offer and at this point I think people just make up mental conditions or identity delusions to go viral. Like this woman who is patting her soon to be ex-husband on the back for being supportive of her new found gayness. 

WIFE: Early this year I came out as gay to my husband, uh, soon to be ex, and he had the sweetest and most amazing reaction and this is what he said. What did you say? 

HUSBAND: I said that I was so proud of you and that was the bravest thing I’ve seen that anyone do

WIFE: and now we are going our own separate ways and we’re about to put this house on the market and that’s all she wrote. Be like my ex husband. Be that good of a person. 

I don’t know that woman or that man but by the looks of him – the hostage like look in his eyes – and the sounds of her – I would venture to guess he is not necessarily stoked about his wife being a lesbian but rather just happy he can leave her and have a socially acceptable excuse beyond just her baseline annoyingness. 

But why on God’s green earth would this woman post something like that as if she’s celebrating or even gloating about it?

And furthermore, I hope she doesn’t get a dime in the divorce given she misled him. He should honestly cite “fraud” and take possession of whatever she has of value … which doesn’t appear to be much outside of maybe that sterling silver nose ring. 

But anyway, not the point. 

The point is, we have entered into such a weird space in 2023. I really can’t even keep up. 

Now a new survey from Change Research shows that a whopping 55% of Millennial and GenZ women find it a turnoff if their partner listens to “The Joe Rogan Experience” and Over three-quarters (76%) of women said they would not date someone who supports Trump.

Apparently women in this age bracket – the age bracket 18-34 that I am also a part of – prefers men who will go see the Barbie movie and presumably are scared of guns. 

But I think this survey is hogwash and not indicative of most young women who exist outside of Portland, Seattle, San Fran or LA. Ya know, women who shave our legs and have hair colors that actually occur in nature, on humans and not tree frogs.

Where are we represented in 2023? 

If you just look at social media it would APPEAR – keyword APPEAR – men want to be women, women want to be lesbians and conservative blue check mark influencers on Twitter seemingly want women in burkas cleaning the kitchen and baking pies. 

We are between a rock and a woke place but the other side of the rock is prudish and boring and also whiny. 

So what is the solution? 

For conservative women – or even just women who identify as women who care even a little about how we look and dress and act and don’t hate men – to start standing up to both sides of the spectrum. 

I’m a conservative woman who is married but I’m not gonna bake pies all day. I’m gonna work and make money and sometimes I’m gonna wear short dresses and drink alcohol and do whatever the hell I damn well please. But I’m also gonna respect and love my husband and act like a female because I am one. 

And none of those things are a crime. 

Normal women, we exist. I promise.

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Tomi Lahren

Tomi Lahren hosts the evening opinion show Tomi Lahren is Fearless on which features her signature bold takes on trending culture stories driving the conversation across America, along with guest interviews with newsmakers spanning the world of sports, entertainment, pop culture and social media.

She also serves as a FOX News Media contributor as well as the exclusive voice of FOX News Commentary on FOX News Audio where she offers her perspective on everything from pop culture to politics with a 60-second FOX News Audio produced feature. The segment is syndicated three times per weekday across more than 160 FOX News Radio stations.

With more than 8 million social media followers, Lahren has become a sensation known for her viral videos, where she offers her opinion on everything from politics to pop culture. Previously, she served as host of FOX Nation's Final Thoughts and No Interruption and provided commentary across FOX News Media’s programming since joining the company in 2017. Throughout her tenure, she has conducted notable interviews with guests including Caitlyn Jenner, music stars Clay Aiken and Ryan Weaver, NASCAR driver Josh Bilicki and UFC legend Tito Ortiz.

Prior to joining FOX, she hosted Tomi on The Blaze and On Point with Tomi Lahren on One America News Network. A native of Rapid City, South Dakota, Lahren is a graduate of The University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where she earned her B.A. in broadcast journalism and political science. She also produced and hosted the university’s political roundtable show The Scramble on UNLV-TV.

Lahren is also the author of Never Play Dead: How the Truth Makes You Unstoppable, which inspires readers to shed fear, find inner strength and speak the truth.

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