They’re sweet little girls – as young as 6 or 7 years old – dressed in adorable princess dresses.

But what comes out of the mouths of these charming sweethearts is likely to make you fall out of your chair.

“Pretty. Pretty. Pretty,” the girls say. “What the f—! I’m not the pretty f—in’ helpless princess in distress!


I’m pretty f—in’ powerful and ready for success.”

Meet the new faces of feminism – or at least the little faces being used for shock value to push the feminist agenda.

A new viral video shows several young girls, dressed up like princesses, repeatedly dropping the F-bomb while talking about sexism and the supposed inequality between men and women.

The three co-authors of the recently released book, “What Women Really Want,” found the video to be ridiculous and offensive.

Morgan Brittany, a child actor and star on the hit television series “Dallas,” said it’s shameful that the little girls’ mothers allowed their daughters to appear in this video.

“These little girls have no idea what they are saying, and they also have no idea that they are being used and abused by their parents and the producers of this video,” Brittany told WND.

“In my mind, this is child abuse in an emotionally damaging form, and these people should be called out on it,” she said. “What are they going to do? Invite all of their friends and relatives over to watch their little ‘star’ in her newest video? Are they proud of this for their child?”


Politichicks Ann-Marie Murrell, Morgan Brittany and Gina Loudon

Dr. Gina Loudon, who has a background in psychology, agrees with her co-author.

“This is straight up abuse of these little girls,” Loudon said. “My background in human development tells me that these little girls have no ability to judge what they are saying, and what that could mean to their futures.”

Loudon added, “The hate they are being taught for men – 50 percent of the population – is beyond reprehensible. The implications on their psychological well-being are profound, and the impact all of this could have on their futures is no less than abuse.”

Read more at WND

3 thoughts on “Massive backlash against abuse of ‘F-bomb princesses”
  1. Disgusting, but a logical extension of what it seems the drive for ‘female empowerment’ has devolved into: Making women behave like like worst misbehaved men you’ve ever met.

    Now there’s some egalitarianism for you. Barf.

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