The 21 Convention was started by a man named Anthony Dream Johnson, and it’s been running since 2007. That event targets men and teaches them how to assert their manhood in modern society—It’s a “pro-father, pro-man, pro-masculinity” bonanza!
It was only a matter of time before Johnson and his cohorts attempted to tap into the woman market, and according to the Daily Mail, they’re starting this May in Orlando, Florida, with a convention called “Make Women Great Again.”
With a title like that, it still kinda seems like a convention for men, but apparently the event is intended for women. And those women are intended to spend about $2,000 to hear from men how they can be better women.
We need to talk about this.— Elizabeth C. McLaughlin (@ECMcLaughlin) December 31, 2019
Consider yourself a feminist? Just take a drink, a deep breath or a Dramamine and click on through.
Because OH MY GOD. https://t.co/BvsUBAkMq6
The 22 Convention brags on its website that it will be the “mansplaining event of the century,” and argues that feminism is simply “hiding under a mask of fake progress” and is instead “a radical assault on all forms of positive femininity.”
The event promises to cover all the topics that are ruining relationships for women in the U.S., like feminism, infertility, acting too confident, body positivity, and having self-respect. The organizers promise it will “raise your femininity by 500%” which, to be fair, is a really high number:
For the past several hundred thousand years of human life on this planet, masculine men have preferred feminine women in all areas of life; from the kitchen to the bedroom, dating to relationships, marriage, family, and beyond. High quality masculine men want high quality feminine women to mother their children and set great examples for their daughters. Our speakers will teach you what men and women of prior generations FAILED to teach you as a direct result of feminist meddling and sabotage. These are the relationship and life talks radical feminists do not want you to hear.
They suggest their advice will lead to a woman’s ability to have “unlimited babies” and learn how to be the “ultimate wife,” rather than a “f*ck buddy.”
The event also features speaker Mike Cernovich, a Men’s Rights Activist who is famously a Pizzagate conspiracy theorist who has encouraged people to believe there’s a pedophile ring under a pizza shop in Washington D.C.
Early bird ticket buyers can bring a friend for free or bring their boyfriend and send him to the 21 Convention for free, which is happening the same weekend. They do insist that attendees must be “biological women,” so this incredibly misogynistic event comes with a side of transphobia.
While your lady (real or imaginary) is at the 22 Convention, you can go to the 21 Convention for men. Be warned though: pic.twitter.com/7sF0NWhRNN— Rob Arbon 🏳️🌈 (@BertieArbon) December 29, 2019
Gonna be a busy, intensely heteronormative weekend in Orlando.