Feminist Hypocrisy: 300 Girls’ Lives Worth More Than 10,000 Boys’ Lives


Feminist hypocrisy: “Bring Back Our Girls.”
But, who cares about the plight of 10,000 boys kidnapped by Boko Haram?


When the terrorist organization Boko Haram kidnapped 250-300 female students in Nigeria (2014), the abductions have drawn international condemnation Feminist activists like President’s wife Michelle Obama were active in discharging their anger and outrage all over the Internet, Cable news stations, newspaper agencies… literary, you couldn’t function in this society without knowing how concerned everybody is about the plight of kidnapped girls.

“This unconscionable act was committed by a terrorist group determined to keep these girls from getting an education – grown men attempting to snuff out the aspirations of young girls.” — Michelle Obama

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Saddened Michelle Obama circulated photo of her holding a poster stating #BringBackOurGirls.” One would expect the same standard of outrage to be applied to 10,000 boys who were violently kidnapped by the same terrorist group, but there was one exception to the sacred gynocentric rule — no one seemed to care enough for boys’ lives.

No one had the courage to ask questions like: 

Are boys’ lives worth less than girls’ lives?

Are males disposable?

What happened to 10,000 boys kidnapped by Boko Haram? Where are they now? Perhaps, they are being sexually assaulted, tortured, forced to fight and die in a battled, or/and sold into slavery?

Many questions about the plight of kidnapped boys still remain open and unanswered.

Let’s BRING BACK OUR BOYS!  

#BringBackOurBoys

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#BringBackOurBoys

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