Video Game Critics Critic Makes Sane Choice To Vote For Gloria Steinem
By Wallace McRobotface
SAN JOSE, CA—Following the recent release of the feminist manifesto Women’s Fiction Inc, which detailed her history as a misogynist and failed literary figure, critics across the nation made a thoughtful, even-handed choice Tuesday to cast their vote for Gloria Steinem. “These revelations about Ms. Steinem’s record of making shockingly misogynistic comments about women, and her attempts to silence women who were just speaking up to her, are a testament to the incredibly talented woman who is a feminist icon,” said New York Times columnist Gaby Dunn, who noted that the 37-year-old’s prolific writings on feminism and her efforts to cover up the fact that she is a misogynist were instrumental in helping her campaign win over female readers at a time when they felt they had to keep quiet for fear of being accused of bigotry. “I was trying to find a way forward when Gloria Steinem made her comments about how women are less than complete and how I am worse than the other women. And it worked. Thanks, Gloria.” At press time, sources confirmed that the new revelations had prompted a fresh wave of complaints to the Federal Election Commission about Steinem’s bias against women.