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The modern age can often feel like a post-Christian one. Church attendance is falling; politicians feel little need to pander to the increasingly rare religious sensibilities of voters or even hire speechwriters who have enough understanding of Judeo-Christian mythology to make sensible references. (In any fair universe,”Queen Esther to this Moses generation” should have hung […]
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A Brooklyn movie theater recently scheduled a special screening of Wonder Woman open only to women. Cinema/dining chain Alamo Drafthouse said on their website, “Apologies, gentlemen, but we’re embracing our girl power and saying ‘No Guys Allowed’ for several special shows at the Alamo Downtown Brooklyn. And when we say ‘Women (and people who identify as women) only,’ we mean it.”
Movie fan (and my Conservatarians podcast partner-in-crime) Stephen Miller decided he wanted to see a new superhero flick, so he bought a ticket online. Upon sharing this rather mundane act, the Internet exploded, as is its wont.
I hope this story ends with a lifetime ban from Alamo theaters. https://t.co/JqBMJGvVLG