Here is presented, from a movie made in 1953, evidence of the existence of the feminist plot decades ago. “We have no use for men,” says one of the cat-women to a mind-controlled convert to the cult.
Thus reads the description for my latest video, “Cat-Women From the Moon”, published to YouTube on September 4, 2016. The clip, which clocks in at 7 minutes and 41 seconds, can hopefully be viewed at the top of today’s blog entry.
The movie itself is titled Cat-Women Of the Moon. Onboard the rocket ship headed toward the Moon is Helen the navigator. The rest of the crew are all men. The lively banter between the sexes is your normal 1950s interplay. Yet already Helen seems to be having strange intuitive knowledge about the Moon’s surface, including familiarity with even the dark side of the Moon.
After the space ship lands, Helen somehow seems to know exactly where to find a certain cave on the dark side of the Moon. The space explorers enter the cave and find, amazingly, that there is oxygen inside. This allows them to dispense with their cumbersome space helmets.
Isn’t it lucky how Helen has led the crew to a certain cave containing an oxygen atmosphere? Yet seen is a strange shadow on the wall of the cave. Is it one of the cat women?
While Helen takes a snooze, one of the cat-women puts a mind-control device on the palm of her hand. Thereafter Helen overtly rebels against the dominant male culture.
Proceeding further into the cave, the explorers arrive at the remains of an underground city. It seems to be uninhabited but we soon find there are cat-women lurking about. Helen, now under direct mind-control due to the device on her palm, goes to the cat-women headquarters. There, she is told, “We have no use for men.” Males have been eliminated from the Moon, and now the cat-women plan to steal the rocket ship and travel to Earth with their feminist ideas. But first they must trick the men into yielding the secrets of how to operate the space ship. How can they do this? That will be easy. “Just show us their weak points, and we can control them,” says one of the cat-women. And we all know what the weak point of the men is: As one feminist once told me, “Guys think with their dicks.”
Does Helen manage to shake off the mind-control in time to save the ship and its crew? In the concluding portion of Cat-Women Of the Moon, this question is answered.