Posts Tagged ‘society’

Right-wing Frenchmen More Sexually Dominant?

Far-Left Voters More Likely to Share Their Wives, Right Wingers More Sexually Dominant, Claims Study

I don’t think this would surprise anybody:

“Le Pen voters are generally less influenced by feminist culture …”

It doesn’t surprise me that right-wing men are more dominant and possessive sexually.

Another bonbon girl with a bow

 

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Nadege du Bospertus, model. Yves Saint Laurent, Autumn-Winter 1992, Couture.

Women as Sweetmeats

And a bonus bonbon song:

C-String

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cupping her
like a lover
all day
holding
her
emptiness
and gloating
at his
conquest

(Julian O’Dea)

“Audrey Rouget” as career woman

From The Last Days of Disco (1998): “Audrey Rouget” as unmarried career woman (publishing editor) at the disco on the right:

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Here she is in Metropolitan (1990):

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I am of the party that she should have become Mrs Charlie Black. He was the right boy for her.

Whit Stillman, the director, is one of the more socially conservative movie directors, but turning one of his best characters into a presumably childless career woman isn’t going to save his WASP community.

Huffington Post spanked

 

“The Press Ombudsman of South Africa has found the Huffington Post South Africa guilty of the publication of hate speech.

”HuffPost SA apologises unreservedly for the publication of the blog titled Could It Be Time To Deny White Men The Franchise on 13 April 2017.’”

Story here.

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As I suspected this was a hoax aimed at making the Huffington Post feminists look foolish. Underinformed ideologues are not hard to fool. The perpetrator appears to have had the famous Sokal hoax in mind.

Women as sweetmeats

A classic article from 2Blowhards:

Gross Over-generalizations — Women and Baked Goods

“Here’s my theory: Women identify with baked goods. (Before laughing too hard, consider the fact that women obviously identify with flowers. Why not with food?) How so? Well, baked goods… There’s often a sponginess there. There’s often sweetness, juiciness and chewiness: nurturance. There’s the skin or crust, and let’s not forget the yeast. Brooding, gestating, fluffing up and settling down, keeping the flesh and the mood plump, fresh and appealing: Baked goods as metaphor and mirror for women’s flesh and their emotional nature — which, let’s face it, are very different than male flesh and male moods.”

I suppose. I also feel that women can be identified with confectionery, the sweet things. That is with lollies as we say here in Australia (or candy or sweets.) “Sweets for the sweet”.

And women seem to like to wrap themselves up in bows like bonbons:

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Is this a real slave auction?

I put up a picture of a purported sale of a Yazidi woman recently but was told it is actually from a movie. Is this real? It looks more so.

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