Rose McGowan Says MeToo Was Made To Help Men

September 11, 2018 | celebrity | Elliot Wolf | 0 Comments

Do you have a penis? If so, did you know that you’re just a big bag of hatred for women and sexual misconduct waiting to happen walking around covered in skin? According to Major General Rose McGowan who is attempting to raise an army of upstanding gentlemen, the MeToo movement was never meant for women, it was meant to reform men. Normally, I wouldn’t take serious anything coming from the mouth of someone whose career has fallen apart over the years faster than poorly assembled IKEA furniture, but I must admit her hot-takes are so off-the-wall that they’re entertaining. It’s a constant game of “what will she say next.” Rose should look into officially changing her name to Momma McGowan since momma knows what’s best for men.

Rose McGowan says all of her activism is for the benefit of men.

“People ask me if what I do is for women and it’s not. It’s for men,” McGowan, 45, said while being honored at the British GQ Men of the Year Awards. “Because I see you. I see how you get stolen at birth, told that you’re more important from the time that your feet hit the ground. And you’re sold an illusion and one you feel indebted to live. But it’s comfortable.”

She also addressed the #MeToo movement, noting that her platform is “one of freedom for humanity.”

“I want women to be less misogynistic. I want women to hate themselves less and to understand they deserve a full seat at the table and that we are all equal under the eyes of the goddess,” she urged.

I honestly hope her current feud with alleged teen predator Asia Argento distracts her to the point that she forgets that she was ever mad at men in the first place. #NotAllMen. I mean, maybe from a different perspective MeToo could be for some men. Like discouraging some elites from making any kind of sexual investment in overvalued vagina. The bubble burst on Rose a while ago. She’s gone full crazy cat lady and looks like a man now. Thanks to her, consensual sex in California will probably require a written contract since verbal and implied agreements gone wrong is what’s keeping this MeToo movement alive. If Harvey is truly innocent, which he’s probably not, initially paying a high-powered attorney 100K would have been a better bet than personally paying Rose to shut up.

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