New "Fearless girl" statue staring down Wall Street's famous "Charging Bull" for International Woman's Day

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No need for a link, it's everywhere in the news. Just google it.

I find the symbolism quite awesome.

The iconic bull statue on Wall street was installed in 1989 as a symbol of "bull market": share prices rising, generalized optimism, prosperity for all... But the strongly masculine image never escaped anyone: the aggressive, strong, belligerent and unpredictable aspect of masculinity symbolized just as much in the muscles and horns of the beast as in its massive testicles that visiting women and beta males just love to fondle and take pictures of. It represents that same strong masculinity that is necessary to navigate in high finances: massive risks, massive rewards, massive losses, massive creation of wealth, massive destruction of resources.

So it was just fitting that at some point in our modern times, feminists/women would need to counteract the overly Masculine symbol by a Feminine one.

They just did. At the occasion of the International Women's Woe-is-me Day. And in the most splendid manner: by choosing the image of... a defiant little girl.

The combination of those two symbols is full of meaning. I love it.

First, apparently when women see Men as strong charging bulls, they see themselves as defiant little girls. Exactly as the red pill teaches. So next time you feel bad about having to force yourself to see women as children in order to Game efficiently, just remember the statue that feminists put on Wall Street: they see themselves as defiant little girls so why wouldn't you?

Second, the irony of the symbol didn't seem to have registered in the mind of those who put it there: what do you think would happen if a little girl would defiantly stand in the path of a massive charging bull? That's right. She would die on the spot in an absolutely horrid manner. It is likely that, in the last milliseconds of her short life, just before the sharp and strong horn - projected with fantastic kinetic energy by tons of muscles moving in a coordinate manner towards a single goal - eventually connect with her pale, young and fragile skin covering her soft belly, the young girl's defiant attitude would cede place to one of tragic fright. She might just have the time to form in her mind the distinct thought "I have made a terrible mistake. What was I thinking?" just before stupidly losing her precious life... The symbolism of it all just shows, as clearly as it was possible, how out-of-touch with reality feminist dogma is. But then, what would you expect from a little girl?

Lessons learned:

May you keep this image in your mind, my friends, to remind you always that:

  • Women can be seen as defiant little girls. They think so themselves.

  • Feminism is just little girls posturing, unconscious of how reality works. Don't break a sweat over it. Break a smile about the cuteness of it. While women take pleasure in massaging your big shiny balls.

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Title New "Fearless girl" statue staring down Wall Street's famous "Charging Bull" for International Woman's Day
Author Auvergnat
Upvotes 683
Comments 209
Date 08 March 2017 03:46 AM UTC (4 years ago)
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[–]Platos_slow_brother326 points327 points  (110 children) | Copy

How apt. In their minds, that is how life works. Strike a brave pose, and you will be celebrated, because something something arc towards justice.

In reality, the poor, delusional girl is gutted and left for scavengers, unless her male family members save her.

[–]brinkleybuzz65 points66 points  (10 children) | Copy

I think the statue is hilarious, nothing more than an expensive shit test. In reality bulls attack only if provoked. The way this would play out in real life is the bull would walk around the little girl or brush her aside on his way to fuck another heifer.

[–]shr3dthegnarbrah22 points23 points  (15 children) | Copy

Well, it's not completely baseless. What about tank man? We attribute honor to those who die on certain hills.

[–]V4PINDT199245 points46 points  (0 children) | Copy

True oppression vs perceived oppression. Thats the difference

[–]mffswharaapds328 points29 points  (4 children) | Copy

The motives behind tank man and this statue are very different.

[–][deleted] 40 points41 points  (2 children) | Copy

One was fighting for actual freedom and democratic rights. The other is fighting for.... A cute Instagram pic? I don't know.

[–]logicalthinker112 points13 points  (1 child) | Copy

Not to mention he could have fucking died!! Doesn't even matter that it was for noble intentions, it was actually brave.

[–]Deltakilo128 points9 points  (0 children) | Copy

I'm sure the PRC had him "disappear" after all that was over

[–]shr3dthegnarbrah2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

I agree. /u/Platos_slow_brother was attacking the idea of the weak standing up against the strong; that's what I took issue with.

In their minds, that is how life works. Strike a brave pose, and you will be celebrated, because something something arc towards justice.

[–]Endorsed ContributorAuvergnat[S] 5 points6 points  (6 children) | Copy

I'm glad you raised that point. I did think of talking about it too because the parallel was obvious but refrained for the sake of brevity.

When I was a young, idealist progressive, I thought of Tank Man as that symbol of the resistance to oppression. Shit that's powerful man!

Now years later and as a realist, I gotta ask you: What's the guy's name? You don't know. Nobody knows. And we don't know because that man got captured right after (you don't see that bit on posters as much as the standing in front of tank aye?) and vanished. He was in all likelihood killed less than 24h later after a very probable long and painful interrogation. Another question for you: what did his bravery result in? Answer: Nothing. Absolutely nothing changed on that day in China or ever after in the decades since this happened.

The only thing that this man's brave action resulted in, besides getting killed, is getting young, idealist westerner progressives' collective dicks hard because of the power of the symbol of resistance. The symbol was printed on posters and tshirts and started thousands of discussions, but in terms of actual effects on reality: nothing.

The collective bravery of soldiers fighting and dying in a hill can change the outcome of the battle sure, but the bravery of an incredibly weak opposition to an incredibly strong force is nothing but a symbol for those who wish reality was not so awfully real. The collective bravery of French résistance to nazi occupation during WW2 had an extremely minor influence on the outcome of war. The number of résistants who were killed in the process compared to what they achieved is incredibly unbalanced. If it wasn't for the superior force of the US entering the war and saving the day, that minor resistance would have been but a barely noticeable splinter in the foot for the otherwise unstoppable march of the evil nazi war machine over Europe.

The symbol is great food for thought and discussed at lengths in the safety of homes, but the reality trumps the symbolism every time.

[–]1971240zgt0 points1 point  (5 children) | Copy

The fact that that you think you can definitively say nothing ever came of the tank man goes to show youre talking out your ass. Too cynical old man. Im sure youve done multiple studies into how tank man effected the younger chinese populations ideas of the government. Sure.

[–]Endorsed ContributorAuvergnat[S] 2 points3 points  (4 children) | Copy

I'm happy to accept the idea that it "effected the younger chinese populations ideas of the government", but where is the bloody outcome? Tiananmen protests date from '89 so 27 years ago. Surely three decades of "effecting ideas" should have been enough time for something to happen out of these ideas right? Yet the party is still in power, as well as censorship.

But again, I'd be happy to be less cynical and be shown what actual results did this man sacrifice brought about? I read between your lines that you know you subject so hopefully you can point me to a couple actual changes.

EDIT: ah shit. I read your comment history and see you're just a blue pill troll. I had hoped for a second you had actually some expertise so I could revise my position in light of expert information. But I guess you just got triggered by my comment on "young, idealist westerners".

[–]1971240zgt0 points1 point  (2 children) | Copy

No i just happened upon this sub. Thought it was a joke but yall are serious. I guess my string of comments was me trying to figure out just where youre coming from. Still so much to learn!

[–]Endorsed ContributorAuvergnat[S] 1 point2 points  (1 child) | Copy

Our underpinning philosophy is not that new (it's just a modern view of traditional sex roles) but we express it in a tone that is extremely crude, mostly because we realised that the insidious creeping of political correctness (moral shaming tactics) in the political discourse is exactly what made our views so "socially toxic". So we push back violently against PC and end up overdoing it a bit.

Now if you're really interested in learning where we're coming from (say in an academic manner, you dont have to be looking to be convinced, though it's often what happens to those whose curiosity lead them to put aside the tone a second to start digging in our content) I'd say read Michael's story in our sidebar. It's but one example of a random man's foray into red pill thinking. For more info on the theory we developed to finally make sense of the world, see the Rational Male blog best of year 1. In a general manner, the content of the daily sub's main feed is 95% newbie so a lot of strong tone with little good content, but the sidebar is another story..

[–]1971240zgt0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Hmm i guess it seems so controversial to me because i dont see it as the world just trying to be PC. I see it more as the world trying to actually change for the better. And trying to fit in your shoes i guess people do use extremes both ways to help spread their belief(overbearing feminsts, you guys, you know).

Ill pronably read into it a little later, but Do you act and speak this crudely irl?

[–]Itr0llhoe-1 points0 points  (0 children) | Copy

In this forum, anything by, for, about, relating to, or trending towards a girl or woman is basically on the same level as a corpse and sewage sundae. The statue is baseless and pointless. It's of a girl. Girls are not men. What a dumb fucking statue.

[–]samenrofringslikeLBJ points points [recovered] | Copy

I find the stronger symbolism in this case is anti-development. Wall Street is a symbol of success and progress (thats why Bin Laden hit the World Trade Center) , while Feminism is a marxist movement towards regression and destruction. They quite litteraly want you to make less money, less science and less development.

[–]Hillarysdilddo_201624 points25 points  (3 children) | Copy

Wall Street is a symbol of success and progress (thats why Bin Laden hit the World Trade Center)

He wasn't attacking "success and progress." He was attacking American economic imperialism.

[–][deleted] 5 points6 points  (1 child) | Copy

Lol, Imperialism, you and your jihadis can join the feminists for a big retard-gangbang.

[–]Hillarysdilddo_201624 points25 points  (0 children) | Copy

Sure bud. Try learning a thing about geopolitics and history.

"They hate our freedoms."


[–]1EarthExile0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

One may tend to resemble the other, to bitter, psychotic desert people

[–]xx69bootyhunter69xx12 points13 points  (2 children) | Copy

I really want to start thinking of women as children but I don't want to start thinking of myself as a pedophile.

[–][deleted] 14 points15 points  (0 children) | Copy

Tough call, mate. No one said swallowing the Red Pill would be easy.

[–]Jack_Sophmore2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

I think it's very apt symbolism because feminism is literally standing in the way of capitalism and disturbing economic progress.

[–]WhorehouseVet2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

That's a very good observation, thanks for bringing it up, it is always a good reminder.

[–]TangoZulu73 points74 points  (1 child) | Copy

I find the funniest part of International Women's Day is that the official website for the march/protest has a form letter for women to download asking their bosses to give them a PAID DAY OFF to join the protest. Yes, they are literally ASKING PERMISSION from the evil patriarchy to protest against them because they are unwilling to assume the risk of doing so. And they expect to be PAID to do it, to boot!

[–]RedPillJohnny10 points11 points  (0 children) | Copy

Ah, sweet lady irony, there you are!

[–]DarkRenaissance139 points140 points  (17 children) | Copy

Aside from this, even if you follow their train of thought - they're campaigning for more women leaders by using the symbol of a child. A fucking child. I can't even say follow their logic, because there is none.

Even for someone outside this loop of stupidity.. its unbelievable. Truly, pigeons on a chessboard.

[–]Senior Contributordr_warlock77 points78 points  (3 children) | Copy

Dont forget that the bull was guerilla art. A handmade sculpture that took countless hours to create (by a man), then the multithousand pound art piece was secretly transported in public by a truck. At first the gov tried to take it away, but it grew on them and it stayed.

That girl statue was made by a multimillion dollar corporation (Mcann) using automated machinery as a virtue signaling piece. So a woman didnt even have the talent, vision, or guts to put it up herself.

[–]askmrcia28 points29 points  (1 child) | Copy

That girl statue was made by a multimillion dollar corporation (Mcann) using automated machinery as a virtue signaling piece. So a woman didnt even have the talent, vision, or guts to put it up herself

This says it all right here. For what the girl symbolizes, a woman didn't even create it. lol

[–]-Universe-1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Whose idea was this? Someone should file a lawsuit on them for being sexist that they didn't plant a boy's statue with the girl's.

[–]biographie26 points27 points  (9 children) | Copy

Hah - Nike is even using children it. It's utterly absurd. Nike: What are girls made of?

[–]Turkerthelurker30 points31 points  (0 children) | Copy

Because they are only trying to appeal to emotions. The same cliche "think of the children!" strategy.

They can't appeal to logic, because there is no logic in this retarded pandering.

[–]10334223 points24 points  (3 children) | Copy

I don't see whats wrong with this. Its every girl's dream to become a famous soccer player, so they can make money and fuck bitches.

[–]DarkRenaissance12 points13 points  (1 child) | Copy

What's wrong is that they're being told that they're made of iron, they are 'fighters'(that boxing girl). They're strong, independent and what not. These are all masculine qualities being imposed on feminine minds, as part of the war on masculinity. Even soccer is a contact sport, requiring toughness.

The 'correct', red pill ad would probably be them doing feminine things like cooking, dressing up in a non slutty yet nice way, nurturing the next generation, being ready to serve the man when he needs her services. But no. How will feminism continue if the next generation isn't taught(poisoned)?

Girls should be made of innocence and submissiveness. Now its squashed out of them and it can never come back. Nature has already given them cunning, they don't need and can't have strength.

[–][deleted] 8 points9 points  (0 children) | Copy

What's wrong is that they're being told they're heroes fighting the wall street "patriarchy", when they're useful idiots serving the wall street capitalist agenda, by competing for jobs, undermining freedom of speech, etc.

[–]Mail_Order_Lutefisk7 points8 points  (0 children) | Copy

Don't part time baristas make more than the average "pro" woman athlete?

[–]Endorsed ContributorMetalgear2225 points6 points  (1 child) | Copy

Anyone see the Audi commercial during the super bowl? Audi: Daughter

[–]fingerthemoon4 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy

"that she will automatically be valued less than every man she meets?"

Cognitive dissidence. Everyone knows, if only subconsciously, that females have innate value and males are disposable. Only the top 20% of males have value equal to (or greater?) than a female and the rest are invisible. Male value must be earned and demonstrated whereas female value is automatic - the exact opposite of this comercials statement. It has to do with evolution. Eggs are more valuable than sperm. Genetic variance is played out on the male DNA but not the female. Females are the bottleneck of reproduction.

People have female bias built in. That's why the logical ridiculousness of feminism exists and our culture is gynocentric. I suspect culture always has been gynocentric, even in times when men dominated and subjugated women.

[–]DarkRenaissance7 points8 points  (0 children) | Copy

Goddamn. I hope the critical mass that Rollo talks about is reached soon. The more shit they spew, the more the younger girls are corrupted.

[–][deleted] 3 points4 points  (1 child) | Copy

I can't even say follow their logic, because there is none.

This explains why democracy does not work.

[–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

And why CIA astroturfing does work.

[–][deleted] 123 points124 points  (9 children) | Copy

  • "Woman’s greatest ideal is a life without work or responsibility – yet who needs such a life but a child? A child with appealing eyes, a funny little body with dimples and sweet layers of baby fat and clear, taut skin that darling miniature of an adult. It is a child that woman imitates its easy laugh, it’s helplessness, its need for protection. A child must be cared for; it cannot look after itself. And what species does not, by natural instinct, look after its offspring? It must or the species will die out."

Esther Vilar, The Manipulated Man.

Juxtapose this with the statue erected by feminists, a child who by virtue of their successful manipulation of the narrative, sees itself as "brave". She sees herself as "brave" facing down the patriarchy (the bull) who causes her to be a victim. However she only exists by virtue of the Bull's strength and tolerance, he has handed her the ability to stare him down. Her bratty behaviour now justified in the minds of the feminists because she has gotten away with this behaviour for decades. She now decides that she was fearless when in fact she was just behaving like a naughty, spoiled child all along. And men continue to fall for it, manginas call themselves "feminists", they embrace a narrative which emasculates them. A more realistic statue would be one where the little bratty girl holds the testicles of the bull in one hand, and a family court order in the other hand. But I guess that would be a little too honest and not play to the familiar narrative.

[–]1neveragoodtime10 points11 points  (5 children) | Copy

So when women shave their legs and do their make up to appear as young as possible, they are not catering to a perceived male sexual fantasy, but to their own emotional fantasy of being child like, innocent, and protected. This explains so much, like how even feminists who externally hate men can't help their own internal desire to present themselves as children to be taken care of.

[–]Endorsed ContributorrebuildingMyself11 points12 points  (2 children) | Copy

shave their legs

This was actually due to successful marketing from razor companies like Gillette who wanted to get the other half of the market addicted to their products.

[–]1neveragoodtime14 points15 points  (1 child) | Copy

And it worked because it makes them feel like little girls.

[–]falconpush19 points20 points  (0 children) | Copy

Possibly, but im convinced it worked more so b/c men found it attractive and on a nationwide scale.

[–]DysfunctionalBrother3 points4 points  (0 children) | Copy

They do their make up to get the approval of other women. Turns out women judge each other for how they look more than men judge them for it.

[–]WhySoRuff3 points4 points  (0 children) | Copy

If you have ever dated a or flirted with a woman who has a baby voice you'll notice that she ratchets up the "childish cuteness" at the most opportune times (when they want something). Many are in fact appealing to the male sexual fantasy.

[–]FoxMcWeezer points points [recovered] | Copy

Piggybacking off Themis higher comment:

I went to the Bull during my lunch break and captured some footage

[–]calloberjig1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

be mindful of doxxing yourself bro

[–]SmuggleTown36 points37 points  (3 children) | Copy

[–]Mukato18 points19 points  (0 children) | Copy

bwahahaha! no one cares about the petulant child.

[–]jckiker9 points10 points  (0 children) | Copy

That's what you do with brats: ignore them.

[–]TavolaRedonda4 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy

[–]goldnhorde29 points30 points  (1 child) | Copy

The charging bull was meant to be a symbol of the strength and power of the American people following the stock-market crash of 1987.

This is not just true, but remembered in articles that are showing this today.

and the little girl is standing directly in defiance to this symbol.

The other strangeness is that while the bull is male (as are all bulls) and it is also masculine in nature .... it was never "a man's thing". it was never a "fuck you" to women. it was a statue using a industry icon to represent the American people.

this little girl is a direct and specific "fuck you". I guess my only hope is that they will not extend it's stay .... but in reading the article I didn't hear any "spine" type of comments about how appropriate or not the statue was.

[–][deleted] 9 points10 points  (0 children) | Copy

The bull statue is freaking awesome. Such a sign of disrespect for the woman statue to be even built in the same vicinity.

[–]Raikkonen71650 points51 points  (0 children) | Copy

This is why I love this sub. This is fucking poetry.

Awesome post dude.

[–]thunderfontaine20 points21 points  (1 child) | Copy

It's really ironic since the bull and bullish markets also signify progress and growth. Putting this statue up seems to indicate feminism is defiantly stopping both...

[–]DudeMassage6 points7 points  (0 children) | Copy

Noticed that as well... I guess maybe there's an argument that the bull market uncontested has lead to the economy to someplace worse... now that I think about it Elizabeth Warren probably put the statue there..

[–]razioer40 points41 points  (3 children) | Copy

"as a symbol of "bull market": share prices rising, generalized optimism, prosperity for all"

Quick, we need something to counteract and be the opposite to this. - Feminists Logic.

You are right, they DID hit the symbolism on the head.

No fun allowed, no progress allowed, don't you dare inject capital into growing companies without MY permission. Bow down and kiss the ring, and I'll allow you SOME of the freedoms you used to enjoy.

[–][deleted] 17 points18 points  (1 child) | Copy

The bull could also be seen as the usual testosterone driven boom-and-bust bullshit. Planting a voice of reason in front of that is actually smart symbolism.

It's just not a good idea to make this "voice of reason" a little tiny girl in front of a lumbering beast. I mean....who the hell thought it's a good idea to make a symbol, where the voice of reason is weak and powerless and can only exist due to the benevolence of a powerful beast? And what kind of women wants to be representated as a bratty powerless girl in exactly that position?

I gotta admit, those guys are really awesome at trolling. Any women who is glad about this is dumb as a rock.

[–]theONE8436639 points10 points  (0 children) | Copy

They could have at least used Aphrodite or Athena or some other female God that can at least withstand the wrath of the bull... Ffs they're so fucking stupid.

[–][deleted] 4 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy

Hah. "Progress, and an intelligent, disciplined carry-through of specific goals? Nope, gotta get in the way."- All feminists

[–][deleted] 56 points57 points  (0 children) | Copy

A statue of women getting in the way of men? This is their brilliant idea? Literally symbolizing women preventing economic prosperity. This is actually hilarious. It's like they swallowed the sidebar. Women, shown as a weak, stupid, obnoxiously defiant little girl, throwing their useless body in front of the engine of male power.

The other side of this is also pretty funny. Young girls haven't even inherited the only use that women have! So their representation of women is weak, ignorant, belligerent, and sexually useless. Sounds like the average feminist.

[–][deleted] 53 points54 points  (6 children) | Copy

I didn't realise from your post description that they've actually positioned the stupid div right in front of it, so it looks like she's staring it down. It's so pathetic, wrong-headed and 'desperate-to-be-symbolic-and-poignant' that it makes me cringe.

Feminism must be running short of oppressors for it's constant victim narrative if they're having to demonise a fucking animal statue.

[–]GrabHerByThePEPE19 points20 points  (5 children) | Copy

I think the only message of defiance that sticks is that men couldn't erect a statue to masculine power anymore. As if the last statue of masculinity is now an anachronism that is being stared into submission by a little girl. Go ahead and try to erect another bull. That said, this message is only powerful in their own minds. To rational people, it's pathetic and even bullying.

Let us see how the little girl does in the bear market.

[–][deleted] 8 points9 points  (4 children) | Copy

Hmmm...this tit-for-tat 'statue war' implied by your assertion is appealing to me.

It would surely end with steel phallus-lined streets and bronze vagina's adorning every building.

You are most likely correct though, however the bull shouldn't be taken as a slap in the face to anyone that's not masculine, if you do that then you're huffing glue.

[–]GrabHerByThePEPE6 points7 points  (1 child) | Copy

The bull was always a bull, and usually also a market symbol. Bull market is prosperity. It is the feminists that attributed masculinity to it. In their typical fashion, they created an enemy out of nothing so they can be victims.

[–][deleted] 3 points4 points  (1 child) | Copy

statue wars

Put a bear right behind the girl, 8 feet tall and mid strike.

[–][deleted] 5 points6 points  (0 children) | Copy

Or a statue of a massive spider, that'd fix her wagon.

[–][deleted] 16 points17 points  (0 children) | Copy

Virtue signalling. Whats the lest amount of wave-making one can do, while showing that they are against the system...

slacktivism gone amok.

Funny aside, I work beside the Canadians version of this, we have a field of Angus cows, lounging around. Typically Canada, copy what the Americans do, but screw it up in some meaningful way.

Literally replaced a dominant bull with imbred foodstock

[–]bberen115 points16 points  (1 child) | Copy

You know, this could have been an effective campaign had they chosen to put a female matador up there instead of a helpless child.

You can't overpower brute force with your touchy touchy feelings. A matador is swift. A matador is fearless. A matador baits the bull to charge, dodges the blow and then puts a sword deep in its thick skin that is impenetrable by words or emotions or feelings. You put a little kid against a raging bull; only thing that'll be left is people talking about how brave she was even though they would all agree what kind of a foolish act that was. Their plan wasn't to defeat the bull in the first place; it was to say that they tried their best and give themselves a pat on the back. It was to say how a raging bull took a little innocent girl's life. It was to swift the blame to the bull when the little girl herself was the cause of her own death. If a woman is reading this, please be a matador; not a little girl. Respect.

[–][deleted] 9 points10 points  (0 children) | Copy

That's actually a good point now that I think about it. Regardless of people's opinions on bullfighting, matadors are badasses. Seriously, regarding of gender, it takes a lot of courage to do what matadors do.

[–]anon1moos13 points14 points  (0 children) | Copy

Imagine for a second that she isn't gutted, and that she stops the bull.

She just stopped the bull market.

Its times like this when the deliberately obfuscated link between feminism and communism really shines.

[–]TRP VanguardArchwinger34 points35 points  (4 children) | Copy

Once again, women prove that they will stand against and defy prosperity and success for the sake of their own feelings and ideologies.

"What do you mean a bull market is a good thing? Wall Street is a bunch of MEN who keep women down so our statue is opposing the bull statue! What do you mean Wall Street has nothing to do with misogyny? Men work there!"

[–]TheTrenTrannyTrain1 point2 points  (3 children) | Copy

Feminists should change their name to Femidiots, like they don't care about money, because men will always provide.

[–]TRP VanguardArchwinger18 points19 points  (1 child) | Copy

It's just stupid. The Wall Street bull isn't a symbol of Donald Trump, or a symbol of men and the patriarchy, or even a symbol of the government. It's a symbol for a bull market -- a period of success, growth, and prosperity.

And on women's day, the women have chosen a symbol for themselves:

A petulant, defiant child, standing in the way of success, growth, and prosperity.

This is EXACTLY how misogynists picture women, too!

[–]throwawaydawg3690 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Lol best joke I ever heard. Fucking idiot.

[–]vox_veritas points points [recovered] | Copy

It's interesting to me that the statue was placed there by State Street Global Advisors, which is the third largest asset manager in the world and manages over $2 trillion.

[–]Senior Endorsed Contributormax_peenor12 points13 points  (3 children) | Copy

In large companies with big HR departments, you need to give the female managers busy work or they go create trouble. This single statue and the no doubt 100s of meeting hours, no doubt prevented a spontaneous eruption of a new diversity program that would have driven the actual productive workers nuts. It was money well spent for State Street.

[–]vox_veritas points points [recovered] | Copy

Ostensibly State Street claims they're sending a letter to 3,500 companies insisting that they increase diversity on their boards of directors.

[–]Senior Endorsed Contributormax_peenor7 points8 points  (1 child) | Copy

Another 100 hours of meeting time to come up with the draft. Woot.

[–]AnAbsoluteSith13 points14 points  (0 children) | Copy

And just in time for "International Women's Day". They know how to play the masses like a fucking Stradivarius.

[–]wanderer77911 points12 points  (0 children) | Copy

Are we going to have a 'kiss women's asses day' every month now?

[–]ouroborus_26 points27 points  (4 children) | Copy

Tomorrow will be hilarious. I can see the headlines now - massive lay offs of women, and the patriarchy will inevitably be blamed instead of the lack of responsibility displayed by not showing up for work to march and be a useful idiot.

[–]LoneStarG848 points9 points  (0 children) | Copy

Tbh, it will probably be like the "day without immigrants". One company fires a few dozen and that will be the end of it.

[–]JawaharlalNehru0 points1 point  (2 children) | Copy

Errrr..what? Bit outoftheloop

[–]ouroborus_2 points3 points  (1 child) | Copy

It's International Women's Day, whatever the fuck that means, so there are massive planned job walk outs and protests to show us stupid men just how much we really need them.

[–]VincentKenway0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Male needs them yet they treat us like pets and tools?

Oh wow talk about "equality".

[–]Endorsed ContributorFLFTW1632 points33 points  (2 children) | Copy

Never forget that die-hard feminists are masculine females that resent the role nature bestowed upon them. This statue is another example of women wanting "equality" at the top levels of society without true equality which would mean on the bottom levels of society as well.

"We want more women in board rooms!" they cry, but not more women as janitors, garbagemen, sewer workers, or any of the multitude of positions that are dirty, dangerous, disgusting. Yes, just more women in board rooms. Could you be more privileged?

These kind of actions are invariably the kind produced by movements led by privileged white women who are already at the top of society save for those super elite positions as CEOs and company presidents. You can bet a bunch of black women didn't think to themselves "you know what we need?! a statue of a little girl staring down that damned masculine bull on wallstreet! That will show the guys!" The symbolism of this statue is such a "white girl" thing. I bet it was brainstormed over pumpkin spiced lattes from starbucks by women with degrees in English literature.

The more women behave like bratty children the worse their lives become. Women are poorer compared to men. And children are the poorest Americans, largely because their moms are raising them alone in poverty. Women who aren't stupid don't stand in front of the bull to get gored, they make nice with the bull and ask to go for a ride.

[–]TheTrenTrannyTrain2 points3 points  (1 child) | Copy

Don't forget the gender equal cabinet brought in by cuck Trudeau in Canada.

[–]RedPillJohnny6 points7 points  (0 children) | Copy

Oxfam says that they are not feminist enough...

Fuck oxfam and all the rest of the cultural marxists out there.

[–]Hillarysdilddo_20168 points9 points  (0 children) | Copy

Let's put a woman in front of a real bull and see the reaction.


Very good analysis. It's all about feelz over realz.

[–]Endorsed Contributorsqerl16 points17 points  (5 children) | Copy

The #heforshe is another liberal-tastic feel-good motivational pom-pom shaking look-at-me movement that is an utter waste of time. The successful business woman doesn't need or want this bullshit to artificially raise the self-importance of low-energy walking pink tacos.

The imagry of a defiant little girl is powerful yet we know is unrealistic. Women know they can influence a beast through female charm and feminine ways. Yet, when masculine imperative kicks in, they know they don't stand a snowflakes chance in hell. So they are allowed to express their cute, and touching images of femininity, and men look upon them the same way a parent looks at a child, "awww, ain't that cute." Ultimately, their behaviour helps seperate the men from the weak beta. So, support your woman or female colleagues if you must, but embrace the powerful bull inside you.

[–]throw1745316 points17 points  (3 children) | Copy

You want to dismiss this as just a feel good, ineffectual, childish gesture. As do a lot of people posting.

Yet at the same time this meaningless gesture is producing headlines - emphasising issues of importance to feminist aims, advancing their narrative.

I have seen the argument here before - women only have as much power as men give / allow them. That may well be true. But right now that power is significant. Men may in theory be able in a second to turn the tide, but the reality is that is not happening. So in some ways that argument is as emotionally "feel good" and meaningless, as those that women engage in.

The reality of today's society is in some ways that childish little girl IS ACTUALLY as powerful as the bull. It may feel good to dismiss that and undermine it, but that changes nothing, and underestimates the power and influence that feminism has - and is continuing to have - on western society.

[–]Endorsed Contributorsqerl3 points4 points  (2 children) | Copy

The problem here is that you ignored my statement:

"The successful business woman...."

...and continued with your narritive as though it was never said.

This is the problem with the entire movement. It discredits itself as nothing more than a tantrum when in fact, women have contributed to advancing business, science, arts, etc. But they continue to perpetuate perceived inequalities because they're on some sort of validation seeeking emotional tirade. There are countless women recognizing the equality that does exist and do not appreciate these movements as they undermine hard working and accomplished women.

[–]throw174532 points3 points  (1 child) | Copy

I actually agreed with quite a lot of your statement - the entirety of your second paragraph, and what you say about actually successful women not needing this, and that it undermines - although I expect some of them are happy for it to be there - even if it undermines - because it can advance their success and influence.

My post was in response to this:

The #heforshe is another liberal-tastic feel-good motivational pom-pom shaking look-at-me movement that is an utter waste of time.

I could have quoted to make that clearer.

[–]Endorsed Contributorsqerl1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Thanks for the clarification.

A successful (by any measure) business woman I know, was the one that said it to me. The ones that have found success (that I know) think the movement is silly. It's not just me saying it.

But you're right... it does generate news which means advertising dollars. I do suspect some of the effort is being inflamed for the ad revenue.

[–]WhySoRuff2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

If anyone has been on youtube today they are honoring International Women's day by changing up the YOUTUBE logo a bit with the hash tag #herVoiceISmyVOICE. Check out the intro video its only about a minute long and from end to end is leaning on emotional appeal to make a statement. Also, get ready for what your about to see at the :37 second mark. It's nothing new, but prepare yourselves.

[–]yummyluckycharms15 points16 points  (4 children) | Copy

Its funny.....I had a slightly different take on your ending synopsis.

This being the twillight zone episode where the child is given unlimited power and the parents have no ability to stop the abuses of their son. The episode ends with them living in continual fear as their reality continues its downward spiral.

Pretty much sums up western society - but thankfully the 21st century is asia's - they will take up the torch of the crumbling west

[–]Max_Bigly6 points7 points  (2 children) | Copy

china and japan are both doomed due to demographics. China will become a third world country unless they genocide their entire elderly population. US and Europe will continue their domination as always

[–]lipidsly9 points10 points  (0 children) | Copy

Nah, japan is having low birthrates but they will still have a cohesive society, unlike the west, inviting the invaders in "because if we dont thats raaaycisss"

[–]yummyluckycharms5 points6 points  (0 children) | Copy

China and Japan wont be in trouble at all - but for very different reasons between themselves and the west.

China's biggest problem was too many people - the reduction in the number of women was fantastic in its ability to reduce its fertility rate, which now under control, can be allowed to grow again. Contrast this with india which did nothing to stop pop growth except to encourage emigration. The secondary issue of controlling the men who were not able to breed is being done with prostitution, foreign brides, and upping the competition amongst the males for breeding access

Japan, does indeed have a demographic issue - not enough workers to support retirees, but also too many people for the jobs available. The japanese approach is not to give a fuck, let the neets die out, and invest heavily in automation. There is little fear of social unrest (unlike the west) due to greater social cohesion that was brought about by resisting immigration.

Now contrast the two scenarios above with the west, which seems to have taken the worst solutions to both problems and magnified them. There is not enough jobs to supply the population, and there is not enough workers to support the retirees. What does the west do? Invest heavily in immigration!!! Not only does this not solve the job supply issue, and thus not solve the retiree issue, but it also magnifies the strain on the social security net. Moreover, the strain on the social net is occurring when immigration causes more discohesion in society. The net result is a breakdown in society.

[–]lancer0002 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

The Beast from the East will devour them.

[–]eccentricrealist6 points7 points  (0 children) | Copy

They should've used a cow but they wouldn't because it hits too close to home.

[–]bigcitytruth points points [recovered] | Copy

I love the bull statue. I walk by it all the time. It's a powerful symbol of New York's strength and dominance on the world stage.

[–][deleted] 4 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy

The bull statue is badass. Such disrespect to put that "fearless girl" statue in front of it.

[–]AnAbsoluteSith5 points6 points  (1 child) | Copy

State Street Asset Management placed the statue there, the message being to encourage female participation on Wall St.

Makes perfect sense if you ask me: hire more women and that way they get to cut costs since women are paid less /s

[–]globst5 points6 points  (0 children) | Copy

"I have made a terrible mistake. What was I thinking?"

A female taking accountability for her actions? Don't think so.

[–]Endorsed ContributorJamesSkepp11 points12 points  (4 children) | Copy

"Ms. Feminist - today in that very special day, I give you this tulip as a token of gratitude for providing us, men, with a superb metaphor how the world really looks like and accurately depicting the difference in the capabilities of the genders."

Also, it would be hilarious if the sculpture of the girl turned out to be paid by Wall Street men.

[–][deleted] 7 points8 points  (0 children) | Copy

It was paid for by State Street Global Advisors in a bid to promote more gender diversity in the financial sector.

[–][deleted] 4 points5 points  (1 child) | Copy

Maybe the wall street men will go out and protest the fact the scultper/installer has used sexual dimorphism to imply a set gender.

Now THAT would be fucking funny.

[–]GrabHerByThePEPE9 points10 points  (0 children) | Copy

Few working there would risk their neck for posturing. Plus they're busy working.

[–]Daddie03 points4 points  (2 children) | Copy

So wait is it going to stay there? Or is it just for today?

[–]Daddie010 points11 points  (1 child) | Copy

Finally found the answer:

The "fearless girl" statue, by artist Kristen Visbal, will be in place for a month.

But... I knew this was coming.

"Love this. McCann drop a statue of a "Fearless Girl" next to Wall Street's Charging Bull. Hope it becomes permanent."

" was installed after the 1987 stock market crash as a symbol of the "strength and poser of the American **people"

No mention of gender?

"Charging Bull, then, shows an aggressive or even belligerent force on the move, but unpredictably. It's not far-fetched to say the theme is the energy, strength, and unpredictability of the stock market."

Interesting, still no mention of gender?

Way to mock a symbol that has nothing to do about gender to begin with.

[–]theONE84366310 points11 points  (0 children) | Copy

They should have put a statue of a cow waiting to get fucked instead of that little bitch.

[–]TRP_Lee_zard5 points6 points  (2 children) | Copy

This fits perfectly into the fem-centric world. Women think they can do anything (stand in front of a charging bull), because they think it would stop in it's tracks to reconsider (as they stand opposed to all natural laws and hope they will be banished in favor of "equalism")

They all seem to be living in a tampon commercial.

[–]Endorsed ContributorRed_August0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

"Fearless girl" ironically exposes the naive false sense of empowerment of the Go-Girrrls. "Hear me roar" she says with her smug Patriarchy-busting pose.

A powerful counter-point message would be to surreptitiously add the statue of a man - perhaps her dad - desperately lunging horizontally between the bull and the girl and reaching out with his arms in a vain attempt to separate, shield and protect the girl from an obviously tragic and stupid mistake. The beta male once again sacrificing his life to save the petulant go-girl from her tragically misguided bravado. To save her from her solipsistic naivety. An artful interjection to remind people of the real social cost, of the real sacrifice our civilisation commits for tolerating the rising discourse of the Feminine Imperative.

[–]Conceited-Monkey2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

The fellow at Tiananmen square that faced off with a tank was brave. This is just artistic posturing.

[–]throw174537 points8 points  (3 children) | Copy

You make your own readings into it.

Feminists could just as easily claim it symbolises the quiet rise of feminine strength, defiant in the face of toxic masculinity, standing their ground unflinchingly.

That it symbolises the struggle against patriarchal oppression, and the successes that women have achieved.

Like all good poetry or art, it is symbolic yet ambiguous - and each individual ascribes their own meaning too it.

It's overt meaning is women forcing themselves on a stereo typically male environment, and symbol of masculinity - and challenging it.

[–]SmuggleTown6 points7 points  (2 children) | Copy

toxic masculinity patriarchal oppression women forcing themselves

Or it could just be vaginitis personified, penis envy gone awry -- matriarchal misery attempting to assert itself on a group that just doesn't give a fuck about metrics that deviate from 'how many hours will you work, and how much money will you make me'

[–]Need2LickMuff7 points8 points  (1 child) | Copy

I think their point was that they could easily hamster up some pseudo-deep meaning behind the retarded statue since art is subjective and is hard to prove an interpretation as fact.

They could even say the little girl thing is intentional because men 'make them feel useless like children, but this child is standing up to your bullshit no matter what happens'. A line of garbage, but it can still be done, and have fun arguing a subjective thing objectively.

[–]SmuggleTown1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy


Went right over my head.

[–]B_Campbell1 point2 points  (1 child) | Copy

I was thinking "In real life, this isn't going to end well."

They shoulda at least gotten Wonder Woman outs with a machine gun or something.

[–]Frankm951 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Do you really live vicariously through a fucking Bull statue? That's very "Alpha" of you

[–]iplayhearts1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

I personally think that the girl statue is TERRIBLE. What the fuck is wrong with these people. It's like parking a painting of a muscular dude directly next to the Mona Lisa as defiance. It's a fucking disgrace. Whoever put the statue there ought to be ashamed of themselves. It's goddamn disgusting. Fucking just LEAVE THE GODDAMN STATUE ALONE. Women in the West have nothing to accomplish because no one is oppressing them. Why the fuck would you want to stand in the way of financial progress? Jesus Christ save us all. Women's day is like inject yourself with cancer cells day.

[–]AlphasEatBetas1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

I remember when this sub was about sexual strategy. Now everyone is circlejerking about a fuckin animal statue. What a great sub this is now.

[–]PaullyBeenis1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Some great points to which I bounced right on my boy's johnson. I especially liked the portion where women are children and men are strong. Not because of the content, which was dogshit, but because at that point my boy was really giving me the dick hard. Thanks for the material to bounce to.

[–]ragtagmofi1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Lol, the bull is a good luck symbol and is supposed to represent a positive attitude toward the growth of the economy- the bull attacks by swiping its horns upward-- you WANT the bull to succeed, as opposed to the bear which represents the opposite, the attitude that the economy will decline- the bear attacks by swinging its paws downward.

This is kind of ironic by the artist- wouldn't it be more apt to have the girl support the bull if the message is that hiring women is good for the economy? Instead she is standing in the way... If the artist adhered to wall street's symbolism of the bull you could interpret the statue in a very different way.

[–]Butt_Man_Plumber1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Women’s day attempting to demasculinize something that wasn’t intended to symbolize masculinity at all. That bull is THE icon of THE largest financial hub in the world, for almost 150 years, and it’s meant to represent the bull markets of wall street, the rugged capitalism and ferocity of global investing, the unpredictable madness of the markets analogized perfectly in a raging bull. All of it’s now confused, castrated, and cucked by a petulant girl staring it down. Women’s day put her there specifically in defiance of this innocuous symbolism, conflating it with “toxic” masculinity, as they endlessly crusade against the phantom of patriarchy.

[–]randathrowaway12114 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy

its just a statue though why does it bother you so much?

[–]AiAmDreamer2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

"You mess with the bull, you get the horns."

I can't think of a better way to describe feminism's actions in recent times. This is just adding to the mix. It wouldn't surprise me if, in the coming times, we experience revolution, and someone decides to impale the statue on the bull.

[–]RealMcGonzo3 points4 points  (0 children) | Copy

LOL, I hadn't seen this story until this thread, thanks. I wonder if some shitlord was involved in this, deliciously exploiting the emotions of the fembetas to produce this hilarious symbol. It works on so many levels, a petulant, dim-witted child standing in the way of financial success who is sure to get mowed down, for one.

[–]1theoctopuss0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

You think women put that there? That is the work of men. No normal, a.k.a. bangable, woman is going to have the gall to do some dumb shit like that.

[–]Poppinredpillsallday1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

"A defiant little girl" I love this lol

[–]TheStumblingWolf1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Some of us aren't American. It's nowhere to be found in the news across the pond.

[–]sartorial_amateur1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

So little girls are opposed to market growth? I don't understand their intended symbolism.

What does the so-called "international day without women" hope to accomplish? My reaction is good riddance.

[–]landon0421 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Thank you for this post hahahaha I couldn't stop laughing.

I thought this was a joke and maybe there was some "business woman" statue near there but not right there, maybe down the street so they show there's a new "women in business narritive"

but no, they put this little bitch right in front of the bull lookin like a tiny girl lmaoo, I would like to see her get impaled

[–]Late30sMasculist0 points1 point  (3 children) | Copy

I like your analysis. How would you compare/contrast the defiant girl statue with the Tienanmen Square tank guy?

[–]Haufniensis points points [recovered] | Copy

One is a man literally standing up, in real life, against an oppressive state that probably got him either executed or thrown in prison for the rest of his life.

The other is a symbol of a little girl standing up against... a growing, free market? Nobody really knows.

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Judging by her pose I'm guessing the mean bull won't share his wi-fi password.

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

As a man his contribution to society/history/political discourse is negligible, despite his infamy and the pleasing manner in which the Chicoms are embarrassed about it now.

This brat's statue though...this...this is really going to shake shit the fuck up.

[–]lqtys0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

They only did this because it's a statue.

You won't see a real little child in front of a real bull as a symbol of feminism.

A statue is weak. A statue doesn't move. A statue is like a beta simp. They don't fear it.

[–]SafeWordIsCommitment6 points7 points  (0 children) | Copy

It's okay. TV taught me that the little girl will grow magic powers to allow her to take down the charging animal that weights a metric ton. Reality has taught me that two dozen rodeo clown simps will jump in and give up their 24 lives to save that 1 little girl.

[–]oZeplikeo0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

I know 3 people personally that work on Wall St. They're all young women that I graduated with last year.

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

I guess tourists won't only be grabbing the bull's balls now.

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

It's hilarious, considering that feminists are the CIA-led "useful idiots" serving Capitalism.

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Youtube's got a stupid #hervoiceismyvoice thing going with it's website emblem.

This saddens me deeply.

[–]3savoryprunes0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

An image that would more accurately reflect reality would be to position the little girl astride the bull's shoulders with her same "defiant" posture, pretending to be superior to the bull and entitled to sit there.

[–]kalo_asmi0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

Did no one else notice? She (feminism) is standing opposed to the Bull statue. Not the Bear statue. The Bear represents a falling market and a deteriorating economy.

Feminism is opposed to the gains and progress made by the modern man. Not the fall of economy. It has no constructive role in society, it is not in solidarity with struggles of men to build a better world, to create wealth, to achieve prosperity. It's opposed to those values and struggles.

This is deeper, truer symbolism of the placement. Feminism is opposed to progress.

[–]meninistMD0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Unless if it is a lion charging then she is obedient puppy.

[–]bearjew2930 points1 point  (2 children) | Copy

It's way too easy to trigger you little dudes.

[–]Endorsed ContributorAuvergnat[S] 0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

It's funny, where did you and other passing trolls see I was triggered? I wrote I loved it!

[–]bearjew2930 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

I know you did. You love being triggered.

[–]SovereignSoul76-1 points0 points  (3 children) | Copy

Gee, I wonder which one of New York's BRAVE, FEARLESS women actually made that statue. Oh that's right, it was almost certainly a man that made it.

[–]throw1745312 points13 points  (2 children) | Copy

A quick googling would show you it was made by a woman called Kristen Visbal.

You can kill a man, but you can't kill an idea.

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