Convention Run By Men Will Teach You How To Be The “Ultimate Wife” For Just $1,999

Convention Run By Men Will Teach You How To Be The “Ultimate Wife” For Just $1,999

 

Have you thought that you don’t have enough of a man’s opinion in your life, especially on how you could be smarter, prettier, and all-around better? Have you ever felt that you’re not doing things well-enough for the men in your life? Well, if you have, and if you also have an extra $1,999 in your pocket, the “Make Women Great Again” 22 Convention is back in town!

The 21 Convention was started by Anthony Dream Johnson, and it’s an event that targets men and teaches them on how to assert their manhood in modern society. As their website says, it’s a “pro-father, pro-man, pro-masculinity” event that will teach you how to be a better man.

The first time I read about the 22 Convention, though, I thought it was a joke. Sadly, though, it’s oh-so-real, and it’s about to take place in May. As advertised in their website, the 22 Convention is an event organized to “make women great again”, and it costs $1,999 to attend there. To add to that, not all people can attend the event, but only women – they simply do not sell tickets to men.

The convention will last for three days, and “iconic speakers” will share their sexist garbage to the women attendees so they can “dramatically improve their lives and femininity”. Yes, you read that right.
Their expert speakers will show women how they can be their own “ideal woman”, because, as written on the website, “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 #1 spot in the world for single motherhood. No longer will you have to give in to toxic bullying feminist dogma and go against your ancient, biological nature as a woman.” – it continues.

The convention promises to “raise your femininity by 500 percent” and to become the “ultimate wife” and “have unlimited babies”. Yes, I know that this sounds like a pathetic joke, but it’s actually real. And it costs $1,999.

 
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