Hollywood’s (small) Fighting Women

I don’t care if the actress Alicia Vikander put on 12 pounds of muscle to play the role of Lara Croft, she’s still only 130 pounds. Most in-shape male fighters could throw her like a stick.

First Daisy Ridley, now Vikander? Seriously Hollywood!

This isn’t new, remember Lara Croft, played by Angelina Jolie? Look at her body size compared to “The Rock,” Dwayne Johnson.

Dwayne can juggle 3 Angelinas!

Hollywood wants us to believe their “fighting women” can match fighting men. If you’re talking generic face to face fighting with equally sized fighters, the women might have a chance. They would have to be better skilled of course, because the men would obviously have still have more testosterone and muscle. That’s just a fact of life.

That’s assuming all the bad guys hiring fighters would run ads stating “seeking fighters,” must be small with few muscles to qualify. It’s 2018, if you are too big and strong, and could throw a fighting woman over your shoulder with ease, well that’s not fair, so don’t apply!

The last 3 fighting women Hollywood has presented us with average 5’6 tall and weigh 130 pounds.

Wrestler Randy Orton is 6’3 and weighs 250 pounds.

That’s almost twice as much weight, with 0 fat! None of those fighting ladies would last one minute against him.

For years, Democrats have had an agenda. Their pitch has been that women are equal to men in every way. That’s why they have gone so far as to push hard to get women in all areas of our military. The problem is, it’s completely unrealistic, and all of the branches have had to change their requirements so that women could “qualify.”

For those of you who have sons in the military, who might be faced with combat someday, imagine a 130 pound combat female, who can barely lift her own weight, tasked with carrying your 250 pound injured son off the battlefield. It’s just not going to happen.

Democrats can’t stand the fact that an average in-shape woman, physically, can’t perform the same as an average in-shape man. It’s the song “anything you can do, I can do better” on steroids.

This is why Hollywood will continue to churn out women in leading, fighting roles, matching them with bad guy fighters who are probably at least 50% smaller than they would be in real life.

It’s bad enough they do it in the movies, confusing the general population as to how these women could be so physically dominating. To do it in real life, and force their SJW (social justice warrior) agenda on us, risking the lives of our sons in the military, that’s criminal!

Peter Shinn

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