Women against women
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Women against women is the oldest existing group for female misogynists in Europe. There are currently 5979 registered members of the charity status organization. The group was started in 1954 by a small band of female students who realised that they couldn't stand their own gender, sick of gossiping, two-faced bitches they decided to seek the eradication of females from the planet.
They sought publicity in their home town of Hamburg, and soon gathered a great deal of interest from like-minded women, and mental health patients.
Sadly they have had little success in eradicating their own gender, as the population of women in the world has increased since the 1950s.
edit Shock tactics of the WAW
- Their most notable publicity stunt was in 1991 when they ceremoniously beheaded HRH The Duchess of York, wife of Prince Andrew, after she had been tricked into attending a 'tea party' held by the WAW.
Whilst the Duchess was eating, a guillotine was revealed from under a curtain, and she was shoved underneath while the large group of women cheered, and the world's press looked on helpless. Most of the photographs taken of the beheading were later destroyed, but some still remain on the interent on fansites for the royal family.
- Self sacrificing public suicides is one notorious tactic of the WAW. 227 members have so far died at their own hands, supermarkets are a popular venue, followed by toilets, and betting shops.
They use 'female implements' to die by such as stabbing themselves with knitting needles, eating huge amounts of lipstick until they choke, and dousing themselves in perfume and then setting themselves on fire. This is to show their hatred of their own gender in extreme terms.
edit Future for the WAW
Many philosophers doubt that the group can succeed in their mission, and it is rumoured that many members are actually men dressed as women, that parade round in dresses pretending to hate themselves. The rest are dykes.