One of the things that can be counted on when it comes to off the wall left-wing political ramblings is that Alyssa Milano will be in the thick of things and she didn’t disappoint with a recent tweet about the age-old thought process of sons taking care of their mothers.
On the other hand, at least she’s recognizing the male gender of a son, which can no longer be taken for granted in today’s bizarre times where critical gender theory has arm twisted millions to go along with the inane notion that there are more than two genders.
In what appears to be a random tweet — though it’s not a stretch to suggest there was an underlying goal of drawing attention, Milano said: “Can we stop saying to our sons things like: ‘take care of your mother while I’m gone.’ This is insinuating that women can’t take care of ourselves. And it’s bullshit.”
Can we stop saying to our sons things like: “take care of your mother while I’m gone.”
This is insinuating that women can’t take care of ourselves. And it’s bullshit.
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) April 15, 2022
Just as predictable, the far-left actress would cry misogyny when the inevitable ridicule rained down on her for saying such a truly dumb thing: “Apparently, I trended on Twitter today for tweeting that saying things to our sons like: ‘take care of your mother,’ implies to the son that women are incapable of taking care of themselves. The fact that this recognition of innate misogyny trended is part of the problem.”
Apparently, I trended on Twitter today for tweeting that saying things to our sons like: “take care of your mother,” implies to the son that women are incapable of taking care of themselves.
The fact that this recognition of innate misogyny trended is part of the problem.
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) April 16, 2022
Others might suggest her efforts are just another salvo among many on the left directed toward the emasculation of the American male and the intentional deterioration of the traditional family structure.
In somewhat of a follow up Milano, ever the victim, tweeted in response to a book on how to be a woman online: “Such an important episode. Women, please listen to learn how to protect yourself. Men, please listen to hear the effects of the behavior of so many of you, and what your responsibility is when you encounter misogyny, hate and online violence directed at us.”
As for the pushback, it was brutal… here’s a quick sampling of responses from Twitter:
The only thing it might “insinuate” to women who can actually take care of themselves is a fatherly sense of familial love & duty encouraged to sons staying behind on the homefront while dad’s away.
Regular healthy women aren’t offended by this.https://t.co/w2CcdlANdD
— Adam Baldwin (@AdamBaldwin) April 16, 2022
Or maybe the point is to make the kid feel important and responsible and not everything is about you. https://t.co/M1W6ERhdRn
— Noam Blum (@neontaster) April 17, 2022
Boys….take care of your mothers if your dad is gone. And never, ever listen to alyssa milano. https://t.co/N980M9bZK3
— Katy A. (@KatyLMA) April 16, 2022
It’s important to techs boys to take care of women so they don’t abuse them.
Clueless idiot. https://t.co/01ymKqLBYZ
— JOE CRONIN SHOW (@JcsCommentary) April 18, 2022
Alyssa Milano says something this dumb then limits who can respond. When a man is dying — he knows his role in the life of his wife. He was the man of the house and his wife clearly accepted that role. Asking a son to look out for his mother is appropriate. Stop hating men! https://t.co/dNBskeNSvh
— Joe Pags Pagliarulo (@JoeTalkShow) April 17, 2022
The last time I saw you, you had a man guarding you. https://t.co/UEe9aMY1Wx
— Brandon Morse (@TheBrandonMorse) April 15, 2022
My mom love me, disciplined me, taught me integrity, fed me, clothed me, and sent me care packages. She’s now 94 and confined to a wheelchair with RA.
I think I owe her one, you twit. https://t.co/sSRCDtx7bh
— Eric (All my dreams fulfilled) Rocketman. (@Keck553) April 16, 2022
As a widow who lost my husband when my son was not yet 2, I don’t feel the same way you do about it. It’s not “Protect her from a bear on a episode of ‘Little House.” I feel my husband would just want my son to love me and comfort me.
— Leslie Streeter (@LeslieStreeter) April 16, 2022
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