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So I discovered a politically conservative online encyclopedia called, appropriately, Conservapedia just now and am having a great time searching through its various entries. Wanted to recommend it! They've got so much politically-charged, self-sourcing, and blatantly biased material here that a sane and good-spirited reader won't be able to resist chuckling at the self-parody that is this site.

Let's take a topic near and dear to my heart -- the women's movement -- for example. Below are some of my favorite excerpts from their entry on feminism. According to Conservapedia...

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Attributes common to many feminists include an entitlement mentality and a bit of an attitude, such as a "chip on one's shoulder" despite benefiting from a life of privilege.


*quickly grabs Paqui off shoulder and munches* I don't have a chip on my shoulder. Now.

In actuality, 61% of American women say the term "feminist" describes them well.

Also, according to this encyclopedia, most feminists...

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...shirk traditional gender activities, like baking.


I get compliments for this.

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...often condemn the God-given order of gender roles, as laid out in the Holy Bible.
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...[want] women and men equally in military combat, to weaken the U.S. military.
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...support the homosexual agenda.


There's a U in homusexual, you know?

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...demands that women choose a career over raising children without any remorse.


Without...any...remorse!!

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...criticize music such as heavy metal, rock and roll, and country for being "sexist".


It's like the author of this article has never heard of feminist-themed folk or hard rock before. Like they never visited my profile here or something. 

ANYWAY, that's just from the feminism page. Chex out Conservapedia to also learn how the 2020 election was stolen from Trump, find proof of God's existence, discover how the coronavirus is caused by lesbianism, and more! You might leave less knowledgeable after spending ten minutes on Conservapedia than you were before you visited, but you'll be amused. Worthwhile trade-off.

Last edited by Jaicee - on 08 August 2021