Posts Tagged ‘Females’

Linemen and Washerwomen

I have noticed that when the environment becomes harder, women tend to become a bit more feminine. It has even been said that feminism is merely a side-effect of comfort and prosperity. In any case, I thought this was a nice addition to the annals of the sexes working together.

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The banality of Hillary Clinton

Somebody imagines a New Yorker cover:

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Note that the “genius” designer spelled Margaret Mead incorrectly. And Dian Fossey.

See if you can find any other errors …

“A Stable Father Prevents the Early Onset of Puberty”

A review article by Connor Murphy:

http://www.xyz.net.au/a-stable-father-prevents-the-early-onset-of-puberty/

” … it stands to reason that children are consciously and subconsciously aware if they are under the care and protection of an adult male, i.e. a patriarch. When they know they are not, they are more stressed as a result.”

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Julian Assange, Anti-feminist

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Something I wrote about Julian Assange on Facebook today:

“Julian Assange has been anti-feminist for a long time. His experience in Sweden would have confirmed this. He seems to be a right-wing libertarian. He clearly disliked Hillary.

I doubt that lack of vitamin D [in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London] is the issue. It is perfectly possible for someone to espouse his views and ideas on sexual politics and geopolitics and be as sane as most people.

He has an unusual mind and is not your typical progressive.

I understand what drives him because I tend to agree with him.”

Why is this offensive to feminists?

I have posted another copy of this recently. Here is one that should be viewable:

I assume that this has upset feminists. I cannot be bothered going to check on their latest tantrum, if that is the case. But I thought it would be worthwhile to dissect why this video would probably drive them to distraction.

I would say it would upset feminists because a) it reminds them that women did not write the great classical music, b) it reminds them that women’s greatest contribution to culture will always be their own clothed (or unclothed) bodies, c) it reminds them that men find slim, nubile women the most appealing and, I suspect too, d) there is a subtle reminder that air blowers, like nearly everything else, were invented by men.

So, it’s a kind of multiple whammy and bound to drive feminists nuts. (More nuts.)

 

Air on a G string

 

If that won’t open, try this one:

http://www.olafvangerwen.com/home/concertgebouw_-_air_on_a_g-string/

Her soul goes at night

Her soul goes at night
between the branches
through empty spaces
down to the cold creek
and tries to warm itself 
in moonlight and cheer
itself by the thin water
under a sky with no star
to share.

Julian O’Dea