Ban Bossy is a campaign encouraging girls to accept leadership roles. "When a little boy asserts himself, he's called a 'leader'," its website states. "Yet when a little girl does the same, she risks being branded 'bossy.' Words like bossy send a message: don't raise your hand or speak up. By middle school, girls are less interested in leading than boys—a trend that continues into adulthood. Together we can encourage girls to lead."
Fischer, a noted rape apologist, not only took offense to this, but apparently decided to channel his inner-Qunari by willing himself to confuse the difference between wanting a leadership role and wanting to be a man.
The problem with feminists, according to Fischer, is that they want to be like men because they are insecure about their own femininity and therefore refuse to submit to the role dictated to them in the Bible.
"We don't need women trying to be like men," said Fischer. "We need more women whose ambition in life is to be a woman."
Fischer's take on the Ban Bossy campaign is a more spineless way of saying "get back in the kitchen," in other words.