Michelle Malkin: "The future is female" is "an anti-male, grievance-wallowing dog whistle" phrase
Malkin: "It's a dog whistle because the slogan actually came from the 1970s, and it was a feminist bookstore owner who sold shirts with this phrase and then put a portion of the revenue towards donating to Planned Parenthood"
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From the December 6 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:
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MICHELLE MALKIN (CRTV): This sounds more like the tweet of an Oberlin College sophomore, and I went to Oberlin, so I know what the radical feminists talked about. And this is essentially an anti-male, grievance-wallowing dog whistle. People don't understand that the history of this slogan, which sounds really cute, and you want to put it on a t-shirt for your daughter, and make it seem as if you are all about female empowerment, but it's about much more than that. I say it's a dog whistle because the slogan actually came from the 1970's, and it was a feminist bookstore owner who sold shirts with this phrase, and then put a portion of the revenue towards donating to Planned Parenthood. And, you know, what this really about is pandering to the far-left extreme, and if that's how the Democrats think they are going to beat President Trump keep saying it. That's all I can say.
BRIAN KILMEADE (CO-HOST): Yeah, why would you shut off 48 percent of the country