This woman is attending a concert for popular music of some kind. IS THIS FEMINIST?
Seriously? You’re asking us this? Wow. This is a new low for you. We’re disappointed in you for even asking this question, made-up person that we imagined to be asking us this question. Really. Just disappointed.
For starters, aside from the fact that we can’t even see the band she’s listening to, this woman is clearly not accessing a computer or mobile device of any kind. This means she cannot possibly be checking the Feminism-Compliance In Music Codex, a database which clearly identifies the current chart positions, album and single titles, feminism-compliance levels, and permissible opinions to publicly hold about any musician who has sold over four records, or played on a particularly crowded subway platform. It is updated every sixteen hours, and all feminism affiliates are expected to check it at no later than 9:30 A.M. each day to claim one of that shift’s three feminism-compliant opinions, which can be done by logging in at… you guys, does she have the log-in? I don’t think she even has the log-in. This woman is clearly, recklessly, and negligently forming her own opinion about the music she is hearing. As we all know, forming, holding, or voicing an opinion without being certain that everyone in the surrounding area will approve of it is unforgivable behavior in a woman, as established, clearly, by feminism. Which she would know if she checked the Codex.
Also, that hand-gesture she’s making is deeply offensive to people who worship the Texas Longhorns. PROBLEMATIC.