This was recorded before the results of the presidential election.
Her demeanour and language are pretty extraordinary. It is worth a watch.
I actually think the cop was a bit unfair to her, but it is hard to have much sympathy for the woman. She ends by saying that women like her will suffer until a woman president (Hillary) is elected.
I was thinking this morning that some of the feminist news sites on the Internet like Huffington Post and Salon surely must drive men to vote for anyone other than a woman. This woman is another poor example. Does anybody think that she would make rational, well-considered and unbiased decisions if she were in office?
I know I shouldn’t make jokes about bringing back the ducking stool, but women like this at least make it explicable why it was once found useful.
What a woman wears sends a message. And it creates an impression in a man’s eyes. Feminine, modest dress is a form of protection. A man will react positively but any interest he has will probably not be prurient, should he see something like this:
Mrsktc has blogged about the reports that the new American president wants women on his staff to present as women.
Most people wear a kind of uniform to do their daily work. A woman who wants to be respected as a woman by men, and treated as a woman, should dress like one. There is – I hope – still a lot of residual affection between the sexes, and men have traditionally treated women appropriately when they are given the right outward signs. Men are visual creatures, and we quickly assess what is in our visual field. Within a second, we will subconsciously register, “nice young woman”, “respectable matron”, “doctor on her rounds”, “helpful shopgirl” or whatever. And, unfortunately, when it applies, “tart”.
St Valentine’s Day has not been big in Australia, although it is starting to become a “thing” and I certainly don’t object. But I found this on Facebook today, and thought it was worth thinking about. It was written anonymously. I am not the author.
Remember that February 14th is the day that women must show their love to Men, After all, we build their houses, install and maintain the roofs, walls, driveways, windows, plumbing, gas, electricity, heating and cooling. We pay for these services too. We have invented cars, boats, airplanes, jets, radios, televisions, telephones, computers, and software. We are constantly improving the skills of men long ago to create bigger, better, stronger, faster, and more efficient products than ever before. Men created and maintain roads, sewers, refuge, water supplies, gasoline (petrol), propane, and power generators (nuclear, hydro-electric, coal, and petroleum). On a daily basis Men risk their lives as police officers, firemen, construction workers to make our lives better. Men pilot planes, drive trucks and taxies and navigate ships so the world can travel and for commerce. Men do not need to prove their love to one woman because we have shown love to the people everywhere with the sweat from our brows.
I look at members of my military and thank them for their duty and service for they freely volunteered to risk their lives for my safety and security. I will not demand gratuity from them.
Women should thank men for our service to the world and not demand us to bow to them further. We are not their indentured servants for life.
Women have nothing, do nothing and achieve nothing without men. All they have is due to men. If they have taken too much it is our fault and we need to correct it now.
Even Saint Valentine, himself was a man that risked his life to marry people when the law of the land punished priests with death for doing so.
Valentine’s Day is for women to show their love and respect to the man that has given her and his community so much.
Alice meets the talking vaginas.