Thursday, July 12, 2007

Feminism is about power-hungry, ugly women.

For those of us that know better, the following article is just another example of yet another "No Shit Sherlock!" moment.

Women are the deciders, dominant ones in relationships, study finds

While feminists whined, nagged and bitched until their sisterhood let minimum wage workers raise their kids while being pushed into the workplace and making life miserable for everyone involved, one of their primary myths they promulgated was the fallacy that housewives did not have any power, and were simply domestic servants being ruthlessly exploited by the Patriarchy. Men made all the decisions and the Housewife just meekly accepted subservience. Even in the bad old days of the "Patriarchal 1950's" a lady like June Cleaver CERTAINLY had her influence over the family affairs.

The funny thing about that is the feminists that were complaining about this supposed state of affairs were actually embittered and angry that the NUMBER ONE WAY women have ALWAYS dominated men was the power of FEMININE influence...a power that most of the ugly hags that comprised the feminist leadership never had experience wielding successfully at all.

Imagine the following:

Hey there, my wonderful sexy husband! Me and the girlfriends want to go out on a girls night out. I know you don't like that, but I'll REALLY make it worth your while when I get home! I'll put on that sexy outfit you love so much and I'll do that thing with my tounge that you love so much... ...thanks honey! I can't wait to get home and show you how grateful I am!


Oh Honey, if we get that Mini-van I've always wanted, I'll be sure and show you just how many uses we can get out of laying down the back seats to make it into a bed....


Sweetheart, for our next family vacation, let's go to the Bahamas! I've ALWAYS wanted to go there...we could have a second honeymoon in such a romantic place! Just think of what we can do on a deserted beach under a full moon...


Rush Limbaugh was sort of right when he once said: "feminism was established so as to allow unattractive women easier access to the mainstream of society."

What would be more accurate would be to say "Feminism was established so that unattractive women would no longer have to seethe with jealousy and bitter rage when they see how easily attractive, beautiful women are able to manipulate men to get what they want, and realizing that they have no such power themselves."


MikeeUSA said...

"Men made all the decisions and the Housewife just meekly accepted subservience."

That should be true, how can we make it so?
A meek wife, imagine that, would be such a nice girl to have.

Anonymous said...

I had a lot of respect for my boss, until I helped him with some work at his house.

His wife made him look like a little child...So sad to see her bossing this guy around like a bellboy.

This report seems to confirm what I've seen in reality.

Male Samizdat said...

Hawaiian Libertarian, you are one sick bastard for posting those faked quotes under those pictures. ROFLMAO! I'm going to have nightmares now, but first I have to drink a quart of Alka-Seltzer to calm my queasy gut!

Anonymous said...

Heh. The pic of Gloria Steinem looks like the Emperor. "If you will not turn to the Feminist side, then you will die!!!"

Anonymous said...

Your views horrify me.

Christina Bell said...

Feminism was established so that women could have goals, dreams, and identities of their own. I am a woman- not an extension of a man. Why should men get opinions and women should be oppressed and subservient? Maybe we should reinstall slavery in the United States as well. Only white men should be able to speak, have opinions, and work outside of the household. Ashley Judd is a feminist. Is she fat and unattractive? No.

Anonymous said...

The writer of this article is stunningly ignorant.

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