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'Make Women Great Again' Conference Hosted By Men Teaches Women How To Be Feminine

Welcome to the year 2020, where a conference run entirely by men promising to teach ladies how to become the "ideal woman" is somehow a real thing that's actually happening.

Officially known as the 22 Convention, the "Make Women Great Again" conference is an upcoming three-day event in Orlando, Florida, where women can drop $2,000 on a ticket so a group of men can teach them how they can get fit, "have unlimited babies", and reject "unhealthy militant feminism" in order to become the "ultimate wife material."

Our only goal in life, am I right ladies?

In order to understand how this kind of an event can actually be real, you'll need to know who this guy in the red hat is.

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Back in 2007, Anthony Dream Johnson founded 21 Studios, the company behind the upcoming pro-patriarchy conference.

More recently, he tweeted that "feminists are the new KKK", so that should tell you everything you need to know about this guy.

Johnson has previously held an annual event exclusively for men called the 21 Convention.

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On its website, it's explained as being "the most intense, marathon-like growth experience for men on earth" by teaching a "pro-father, pro-man, pro-masculinity" set of beliefs.

Now apparently Johnson has decided that it's not men who need to be taught to be better, but women. Hence, the 22 Convention.

The 22 Convention's website boldly states the event is "destined to be the mansplaining event of the century."

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And with an all-male panel of guest speakers lined up to teach women how to become more feminine, appealing versions of themselves, I think it's safe to say they'll achieve that goal no problem.

As the website explains,

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

The website also outlines the specific topics guest speakers will address, all set against a bubblegum-pink background (because, you know, *women*).

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As outlined above, the site claims that one of the greatest threats facing women today is feminism, because it pushes ladies "to act like men and DENY their own feminine nature." And that is not O.K.

It also insists women should embrace their true femininity if they ever want to snag themselves a husband, because after all, "high quality masculine men want high quality feminine women to mother their children and set great examples for their daughters."

Oh, and if you're really intent on scoring a husband, you'll want to make sure you're physically attractive enough for him, too.

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That means understanding that obese women are "not beautiful", and pushing yourself to get fit so men will consider you a suitable mate: "They are after all sizing you up for reproduction, and your decisions will be passed on to your children through the choices you make via epigenetics."

When it all comes down to it, the conference really just wants to remind women that their purpose in life is to become dutiful wives and baby-making machines.

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The website is chock full of language that regresses the women's rights movement back to its infancy and reduces women to silent, "yes dear, whatever you say, dear" trophies for their husbands to proudly place on a mantle in their 3-bedroom suburban home.

While the 21 Convention sees men teach men how to become better men, its female counterpart will only feature male speakers.

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You can check out the full list and biographies of all the men lined up to speak at the event on the 22 Convention website, and I strongly encourage that you do because you seriously won't believe the "experts" that have signed up to lecture a room full of women on how to be better versions of themselves.

Here's just a small taste of who you can expect to stand in front of you with a microphone, if you choose to attend.

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Ken Curry, a marriage therapist who "influences the world through intent and passion for the betterment of MANkind"; Alexander J.A. Cortes, a fitness guru and philosopher with some 50 million female fans idolizing him for for teaching them “how to be beautiful”; and Texas Dom (no, seriously), a "proud patriarch" and sex preacher who "will teach you how to have the best sex ever and make your man the happiest man alive!"

It's difficult to take this entire thing seriously, and it certainly reads as a joke.

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But event organizers want to assure the doubters that this is 100 percent a real event, and they really expect hoards of women to scramble to Orlando so they can find out how to best please the men of the world.

The three-day event is slated to take place from May 1-3 and tickets cost $2,000. *Each*.

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Well, they started at $2,000. Now the website is promoting "early bird tickets" at half-off and are even letting those buyers bring a friend for free. But this is a limited-time promotion and definitely isn't because no one was willing to drop $2,000 to listen to men lecture them about their own femininity.

Oh, and they're only letting certain women buy tickets.

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As stated online, the event is for "natural born women only." While "being a mother is not required" to purchase a ticket, "being a biologically born natural female is."

This worthy event, held at an undisclosed location for "privacy concerns", just wants to help women be the best versions of themselves that men think they should be.

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You can guarantee you'll walk away from the conference feeling like a brand new woman because these guys know what they're talking about.

After all, the men behind the event have apparently helped "over 35 million men and fathers from around the world", leaving them with an impressive fan following of "over 230,000 men."

You just can't deny that kind of math.

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