'Make Women Great Again' Conference Run by Men Promises To Restore Concept of the 'Ideal Woman' | 22 Words

A conference titled "Make Women Great Again" - but ironically run by men - has promised to restore the concept of the "ideal woman."

Could this be the worst example of men giving their unwanted opinion ever?

Perhaps so.

Anyway, let's meet the brains behind this barbarity, shall we?

Anthony Dream Johnson, from Florida, is the CEO, founder, and architect of The 21 Convention.

He describes himself as the leading force behind the world's first and only “panorama event for life on earth."

His stated purpose for the work he does is "the actualization of the ideal man," a purpose that has led him to found and host The 21 Convention across 3 continents over a 7 year time period.

But, evidently, Anthony has a vision for the "ideal woman," too.

Now, his track record with women isn't great - he has been known to compare feminists to the KKK in the past and insists that the whole notion of feminism needs to be abolished (as do socialism and gun laws, apparently).

But his 22 Convention took his passion for women to a whole new level.

The conference's website called it "The World's Ultimate Event for Women, By Men." Big bold letters then claimed that it is "destined to be the mansplaining event of the century."

News of his conference spread like wildfire...

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And, of course, women and men alike were not at all impressed with the message it spread, especially after hearing more about what the conference aims to convey.

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Ladies, these men are here to transform you into the "ideal woman."

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Feel sick yet?

The website reads:

"Women today are being taught to act more like men. Where has that led us? Skyrocketing rates of divorce, depression, dysfunction, and America at the no. 1 spot in the world for single motherhood."

It gets worse...

"No longer will you have to give in to toxic bullying feminist dogma and go against your ancient, biological nature as a woman."

Weight and obesity was a big talking point at the convention.

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The website paints obesity as "not beautiful" and urges women to become fit so they will be admired by men. "They are after all sizing you up for reproduction..."

The notion of feminism was touched upon, too.

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They claimed that feminism has become a "radical assault on all forms of positive femininity," and that, as a result, women have been "pushed to act like men and deny their feminine nature."

And it didn't end there.

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Johnson then insisted that "men prefer debt-free virgins without tattoos." Okay then.

The website described the event as a "flawless victory and total success."

But, like me, I'm sure you'll be questioning the legitimacy behind that claim. For more on blatant sexism displayed by men, keep scrolling to see some of the best responses by feminists over the years...