The feminist war on space exploration continues. This time The Atlantic magazine writes that the constellations oppress women. (This is not a satire piece. It is real.) The only purpose of such an article is to continue the feminist war on space exploration by accusing every aspect of space of misogyny.
What are constellations? Constellations are a group of stars that form a recognizable pattern. In other words, The Atlantic is accusing the stars of being located in such a way that from the Earth they can generate misogyny. Literally, feminists are saying that way the universe is organized in such a way to oppress women.
On top of that the article from The Atlantic also says that the names of spaceships and space probes are also sexist and oppress women. There is no aspect of space exploration that feminists have not accused of misogyny. Feminists have lied about NASA’s budget, attacked the shirt of a space scientist, accused the Pioneer 10 probe plaque of sexism, accused movies about space exploration of being sexist, and said that there will be a rape epidemic in space. Clearly, the feminist war on space exploration is total which is why we must fight even small aspects of it like when feminists accuse constellations of being sexist.