Alt-Right Weirdo Dragged For Comment About Taylor Swift’s Eggs On Her Birthday

In a tweet that managed to both be ageist and alarmingly invested in Taylor Swift’s reproductive health, white nationalist podcaster Stefan Molyneux announced to the world that ancient crone Swift’s eggs were disappearing, and he is concerned!

“I can’t believe Taylor Swift is about to turn 30 – she still looks so young! It’s strange to think that 90% of her eggs are already gone – 97% by the time she turns 40 – so I hope she thinks about having kids before it’s too late!” wrote Molyneux, who believes in scientific racism, a pseudoscience used to justify which races are “superior” or “inferior” based on weird s*** like the size of your head.

Molyneux also added that Swift would be a “fun mom” after wringing his hands over her supposedly waning fertility.

Look. It’s no one’s business but Swift’s whether or not she is ready to procreate. To fixate on both her age and her egg reserve is weird and intrusive—not to mention that old, sad “she still looks so young” at 30 bit. Women are more than walking incubators, and whether or not you like Swift, she has successfully set up an actual musical empire. She can have kids whenever she damn well wants—or not at all.

While it’s generally true that women do become less fertile as they age, each person’s fertility is unique and also PRIVATE. Molyneux’s tweet implies that Swift’s ability to get pregnant is what will eventually define her life, which erroneously connects a woman’s childbearing ability to her worth.

Twitter was not here for Molyneux’s fetishistic obsession with Swift’s eggs. Folks like Chrissy Teigen—both a mom and multi-hyphenate career woman—let it be known that she didn’t appreciate the bizarre fertility tweet.

Others were equally straightforward with their disdain.

Molyneux later called his critics “rabidly hysterical,” which is exactly the sort of phrase a misogynist who traffics in pseudoscience would invoke. He also tweeted a follow-up, quoting from Swift’s recent interview with People magazine.

“It’s good that we’re allowed to say, ‘Hey, just so you know, we’re more than incubators,” Swift told People. “You don’t have to ask that of someone just because they’re in their mid-20s and they’re a female.”

Molyneux interpreted Swift’s empowering message as “helping to program young women – who mostly lack her talents, wealth and fame – to reject motherhood,” so he’s clearly delusional.

Unfortunately, this isn’t the first time Swift has been the focus of white supremacists. Back in 2016, she was anointed as an “Aryan Goddess” in racist blogs such as the Daily Stormer and Facebook groups such as “Taylor Swift For Fascist Europe.”

“Firstly, Taylor Swift is a pure Aryan goddess, like something out of classical Greek poetry. Athena reborn. That’s the most important thing,” wrote Andre Anglin of the Daily Stormer. “It is also an established fact that Taylor Swift is secretly a Nazi and is simply waiting for the time when Donald Trump makes it safe for her to come out and announce her Aryan agenda to the world. Probably, she will be betrothed to Trump’s son, and they will be crowned American royalty.”

So that’s a fun thing that exists in the world.

For the record, Swift is not affiliated with any white supremacist organizations. So we’ll just leave Molyneux to his sick fantasies of building a white supremacist army with Taylor Swift as his genetically superior Handmaid and pretend we live in a world that supports women’s reproductive goals, whether they are to have children or not.