Quote# 137701

[One of several tweets made in response to the YouTube shooter being a woman]

This female shooter has clearly perverted the peaceful teachings of the Holy Book of Womon and isn't a real womon. And before all you womonophobes jump in, the passage about 'kill all men wherever you find them' is taken out of context and is actually a peaceful message.

Arthur Pewbglount, We Hunted the Mammoth 9 Comments [4/5/2018 8:15:32 AM]
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Pharaoh Bastethotep

Womon? Who the fuck is Womon?

4/5/2018 8:15:19 AM

Please don't tell me there is a sect of men haters out there that hate men so much they remove men from women.

4/5/2018 9:02:07 AM


I call "Poe's Law" on this one. It's making fun of Biblical apologetics, particularly their feeling the need to stand up for their sect in such a "suspiciously specific denial" manner.

4/5/2018 10:38:38 AM



Nah, he's far more likely making fun of radfems/TERFs who claim all violence is a result of patriarchy, or male nature or whatever, while not even acknowledging female one. Considering what it was written in reaction to, that's likely the case.

4/5/2018 10:47:52 AM


Guys, We Hunted The Mammoth is a site that parodies and makes fun of MRA stupidity...

4/5/2018 3:16:51 PM

Citizen Justin

He's parodying people who say the same about Muslims and the Koran.

4/6/2018 5:21:41 AM


Bad pun on Mormon I guess..

4/8/2018 4:29:28 AM


@Pharaoh @SomeApe


The word womyn is one of several alternative spellings of the English word women used by some feminists.[1] There are other spellings, including womban or womon (singular), and wimmin (plural). Some writers who use such alternative spellings, avoiding the suffix "-man" or "-men", see them as an expression of female independence and a repudiation of traditions that define women by reference to a male norm.[2]

The usage of "womyn" as a feminist spelling of women (with womon as the singular form) first appeared in print in 1976 referring to the first Michigan Womyn's Music Festival.[11] This is just after the founding of the Mountain Moving Coffeehouse for Womyn and Children, a lesbian feminist social event centred around women's music. Both the annual "MichFest" and the weekly coffeehouse operated a womyn-born womyn policy. Womyn's land was another usage of the term, associated with separatist feminism.

Z. Budapest promoted the use of word wimmin (singular womon) in the 1970s as part of her Dianic Wicca movement, which claims that present-day patriarchy represents a fall from a matriarchal golden age.[12]

Considering that this person is making fun of radical feminists, this is almost certainly what he meant.

4/8/2018 11:20:48 AM

The Reptilian Jew

I cannot decide if this is supposed to be making fun of radfems, islamophobes, or muslims.

4/13/2018 12:48:59 AM

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