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Men's rights activist says Mad Max is 'feminist propaganda.'

Mad Max: Fury Road has made some unlikely enemies.

Men’s rights activists have called for a boycott of the latest Mad Max film, saying the film is “feminist propaganda”.

According to Aaron Clarey, a blogger on men’s rights rag Return of Kings, Charlize Theron’s character “Imperator Furiosa” had more screen time than the title character Mad Max — and that’s just so unfair.

*Insert vigorous eye roll.*

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One scorned viewer claims Mad Max was ruined by Charlize Theron’s excessive screen time. Image: Mad Max.

Charlize Theron kept showing up a lot in the trailers, while Tom Hardy (Mad Max) seemed to have cameo appearances,” Clarey ranted.

“Charlize Theron sure talked a lot during the trailers, while I don’t think I’ve heard one line from Tom Hardy. And finally, Charlize Theron’s character barked orders to Mad Max.”

Clarey said he was excited for the “explosions, fire tornadoes, even the symphonic score,” but was disappointed when he realised he’d been tricked into seeing a film that “kowtowed to feminism.”

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There she is again – that woman who has come to ruin your action flicks for men. Image: Mad Max.
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He believes feminism has “infiltrated and co-opted Hollywood”, subsequently ruining every action flick.

“This is the vehicle by which they are guaranteed to force a lecture on feminism down your throat,” he spews.

“This is the Trojan Horse feminists and Hollywood leftists will use to (vainly) insist on the trope women are equal to men in all things, including physique, strength, and logic.”

Not only that, but Clarey fears women will start to be more like Theron’s badass fighting Furiosa, than how women are *supposed* to look. (In case you need #inspo, Clarey suggests Sophia Loren.)

Women should be less like Charlize Theron’s Mad Max character — and more like Sophia Loren, according to one delusional man.

But the “real issue” is whether men will allow themselves to be “duped” into seeing such a deeply offensive film.

So, in a noble effort to help those lacking his keen eye for spotting feminist infidels, Clarey has called for men to boycott the film.

Can we get a slow clap for Aaron Clarey?

What did you think of the new Mad Max film?

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