nickw wrote:Blasphomet wrote:sprague11 wrote:I'm only a Soros reference away from a right wing talking points bingo.
Yeah, the Over My Dad Body/Naughty Neighbour and Immodest comparison made to much sense.
Nah, it was a dumb comparison.
You're right. It's stupid to compare two things that should be offensive to nobody. Only the absolute softest of humanity would find either offensive. And insane people that actually believe by making a stink, they are actually helping society.
I reiterate. What about women who love burlesque? Love strip clubs? Love pornography? Women that don't feel objectified but empowered by the choices they've made or the industry they've chosen. Who might really love those cans. Do they not count for anything? They left would have you believe that no, they do not matter anymore.
It reminds me of the whole 'Grid GIrl' thing in Formula 1 Racing. The outcry about the objectification... the removal of that position for the women. And then the Grid Girls themselves coming out and saying... "ummm, what the fuck? We love doing this. We work hard and chose to do this. Please don't tell us what would can and should do. If you don't like it, turn away". Now THAT is a strong woman. Not the pieces of shit harassing them and trying to take their livelihoods away because they are insane enough to actually believe they are doing something good.
Former Grid Girl misses her 'Dream Job' thanks to psychopaths:
https://www.cnn.com/2018/03/22/motorspo ... index.html
I eagerly await the 'Over My Postpartum Body' can. I'm sure that will fly just fine with the left, as does the Dad Body can.
Hypocrisy, double standards. Will they ever end? I feel it's just begun.