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Feminists Are In Full Mouth-Foaming Meltdown Over Rolling Stone Gang-Rape Retraction

Feminists are freaking out today after Rolling Stone magazine apologized for printing a story that had inspired protests and anger but now appears to be at least partly fabricated. When the story first came out feminists excoriated conservatives for daring to question the story that seemed incredible and inconsistent:

Now that the Rolling Stone has retracted the story, no apologies are forthcoming from bitter angry feminists who have to protect the rape narrative:

It really begs the question, what kind of dinner dates does Amanda Marcotte go on that she has to compare them to rape??! I don’t think I want to find out.

This is, in fact, the opposite of what happened in the UVA rape case.

Others are sad that the gang-rape seems fabricated – they’d feel better if a women were gang-raped for the sake of their precious rape narrative:

Again, no one is saying that is the standard for proving rape, but they seem to say that the mere allegation should never be questioned.

Gang-rapes happen all the time, and the friends of the victims tell them to not go to the authorities because they don’t want to be unpopular. Millions of times.

This is my favorite:

Protect the narrative despite lack of evidence at all costs!!!

Irin is on MSNBC a lot, talking about the patriarchy:

It’s almost like she doesn’t even know the story is false… it just can’t be!

See, investigating rape allegations is “blaming the victim,” which is why we should just accept every allegation as true and imprison all men.

Here’s another freak out:

What’s amazing here is that feminists defended Rolling Stone’s terrible journalism when it supported their rape narrative, but now they’re actually blaming them for the thing they previously defended! That’s how deeply ingrained their political articles of faith are – they can contradict themselves with the ease of a rabid cultist.

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