This time around, McAllister expressed her frustration with “hearing women act like victims when they’re the ones who seduce men with their glossy lips and lubed legs, choosing to have sex because they’re too horny to stop, then complain when they get pregnant acting as if it’s all the man’s fault.”
In what is presumably a bid to seem relatable, McAllister concluded her tweet “Hey. Been there.”
I am sick and tired of hearing women act like victims when they’re the ones who seduce men with their glossy lips and lubed legs, choosing to have sex because they’re too horny to stop, then complain when they get pregnant acting as if it’s all the man’s fault.
Hey. Been there.
— Denise McAllister (@McAllisterDen) June 13, 2019
A lot to unpack here. But firstly, their LUBED WHAT NOW???
you’ve lubed your legs? that’s pretty weird. hopefully you washed them first https://t.co/gsNg3VgezH
— Imani Gandy (@AngryBlackLady) June 14, 2019
— David Mack (@davidmackau) June 14, 2019
Will these unrealistic beauty standards ever stop?? Sorry, I *don't* have time to soak my legs in lube every time I walk down the street! I'm just a regular gal, trying to get her dry, dry legs to work on time https://t.co/boUVuJPXNb
— Gabrielle Moss (@Gaby_Moss) June 14, 2019
[sliding around like a snail with trails of lube slime behind me because I saw someone on the internet say I was supposed to lube my legs] https://t.co/IrzyAx1g5a
— Roxi Horror 💀🌸 (@roxiqt) June 14, 2019
You were at my leg lubing, Denise. https://t.co/Y0Op3hlSen
— Austin Gilkeson 🐙 🐺 (@osutein) June 14, 2019
Lubed legs? I've been doing this all wrong. https://t.co/T73pGkXj6q
— rabia O'chaudry (@rabiasquared) June 14, 2019
Lubed Legs is my new band name
— The Volatile Mermaid (@OhNoSheTwitnt) June 14, 2019
These women with their glossy lips and their lubed legs and their arms with peanut butter on them and their teeth that have their own individual teeth like a dentist office sign
— Mike Drucker (@MikeDrucker) June 14, 2019
I tried glossing my lips and lubing up my legs, but my fork kept slipping out of my mouth and I kept sliding off chairs when I went on dates. Now I just wear a big sign around my neck that says “Too horny to stop,” and it has made my seductions a lot easier.
— Sarah Saulsbury (@SarahSaulsbury1) June 14, 2019
You’re using your lube wrong
— Carrie Poppy (@CarriePoppyYES) June 14, 2019
Ok, now that we’ve gotten the most problematic aspect out of the way here (though one last note: only someone who lubes their legs would for a second assume lubing one’s legs is ok behavior), let’s focus on McAllister’s impressive ability to simultaneously victim blame, perpetuate rape culture, and peddle self-hating, misogynistic crap all across Twitter in a single tweet.
I can recommend a good therapist if you like?
Been reading through your twitter and I wonder why you hate women so much?
Actually, doesn’t matter. Go back to being irrelevant 👍 https://t.co/hoeh4LbPAm
— Michelle (@ClumsyChell09) June 14, 2019
I know we're all having a lot of fun with "lubed legs" because lol.
But can we talk about "choosing to have sex because they're too horny to stop" because that concept is…phenomenal https://t.co/vdc9Q3dsyF
— eldritch space queer🌈 (@femmina) June 14, 2019
— Sarah Jane Querry (@SarahQuerry) June 14, 2019
I am sick and tired of women pandering to the idea of serving men’s needs to get attention and peddle a brand rooted in severe Daddy Issues.
— Amee Vanderpool (@girlsreallyrule) June 14, 2019
It must feel very empowering to have no morals constraining what you say.
— JRehling (@JRehling) June 14, 2019
There’s also the nonsensical statement that men have literally zero self-control, whether lubed legs are involved or not.
So…men are weak and have no control?
— Red™️ (@Redpainter1) June 14, 2019
Yeah, so unfair for men to have responsibility or accountability! Life should just be fun for them. These freaking whores and their shiny stuff.
— AlwaysAshley (@AshleyFrankly) June 14, 2019
You daft Muppet. None on this is an excuse. Are men that primal that they can't control one of the most primitive urges. Don't be a moron. Women like u is why rape culture is still a thing. #GTFOH AND #STFU https://t.co/ddmcTfYVNs
— DJ-C4 🇨🇦🎧🎶 (@DJayC4) June 14, 2019
Some folks clowned the now-infamous Meghan McCain one-liner “You were at my wedding, Denise.”
You were at my orgy, Denise.
— Ruthy Hope (@_Nefertitties) June 14, 2019
You were at my abortion, Denise. https://t.co/7mQzqSjhXs
— Amee Vanderpool (@girlsreallyrule) June 14, 2019
What wedding were you at Denise?
— owl right already (@wickedsmartface) June 14, 2019
But, yeah, the “Hey. Been there” finisher was the source of some consternation. What does it mean? Will we ever know?
I know everyone is focusing on the lubed legs, but um, what do you mean by “Hey. Been there.“? I’m genuinely curious about that last part… WAIT. Nevermind, I got to go, like now, because I’m choosing to have sex because I’m too horny to stop.
— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) June 14, 2019
ok now i’m curious……1)what does this mental case mean by “lubed legs”? 2) if they’re “choosing to have sex because they’re too horny to stop” then are they REALLY making a choice? and finally, 3) “Hey. Been there”. please clarify. https://t.co/LuVnU8oEct
— Joshua Newpol (@JoshNewpol) June 14, 2019
Maybe it’s part of a larger plan to get unfired from The Federalist by switching from a raging homophobe to a raging misogynist? In any case, it might just work! In the meantime, we’ll be out here lubing up our legs to get ready for the weekend.