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Feminists are insufferable: Tweet of a man rescuing a woman and child is “sexist”

houston rescue

Toxic masculinity at work in Houston/AP Photo

A picture of a man rescuing a woman and her child in the Hurricane Harvey tragedy surfaced on the internet (see the above precious photo). It has caused much scorn for the feminists and gender study professors about the role of men and women in society.

Matt Walsh, a columnist for The Blaze, tweeted out the above picture with the caption, “Woman cradles and protects child. Man carries and protects both. This is how it ought to be, despite what your gender studies professor says”

This tweet and the accompanying photo set the internet ablaze with cries of his tweet being “sexist,” “outdated” and “misogynistic.”

Time Magazine (via Fortune) had an “actual gender studies professor” weigh in on the “controversial” tweet.  Christina Wolbrecht, associate professor in the Department of Political Science and director of the Program of American Democracy at the University of Notre Dame, responded to Walsh’s message in a series of 12 tweets.

Here’s what the gender studies professor had to say:

Care work (for children, infirm, elderly) is necessary for human flourishing & has been traditionally performed by women for free, which contributes to women’s lesser financial & politics power. As care work has moved into the market, it remains poorly paid & overwhelmingly female, which again makes women more vulnerable. We [love] to laud a woman “cradling her child” but don’t provide paid maternity leave or support quality childcare & good pay/benefits for childcare workers (women, immigrants). But wait! There’s more! As budgets for care work (mental health, health care) have been cut, a lot of that work has shifted to agencies like police & fire, who often lack training & capacity, and result in troubling outcomes. At same time, economists note that a central challenge to male workers is skills mismatch – men reluctant to take jobs in expanding care sector, partly bc jobs are “female”, partly bc they are low paying, low prestige (bc their “women’s jobs”). IN SUM your rigid and illogical sexual division of labor, & related hierarchy of value, hurts both women & men, the US economy, & the flourishing of society as a whole. The value of work – holding the baby or carrying the mother should be recognized & rewarded, no matter who performs it. Given how much care is needed, all hands on deck.”

If I am mistaken, I believe Mark’s original tweet DID recognize and reward the mom for protecting her child. But that’s not good enough for the libtards who can’t see the natural and instinctual beauty in a man rescuing and protecting a mother and child.

Of course, the idea that a man should have to rescue a woman and child is a NO NO for feminists. In their minds, we need to erase the social and cultural constructions of masculinity. After all, they don’t need a man to save them!

Here’s the difference between feminists and conservative women (who absolutely LOVED that tweet/photo): We understand the physical and mental differences that God gives men and women. God designed the fundamental biology of each sex for specific reasons that we should celebrate.

We completely adore the strong men in our lives who protect us, shelter us, love us, and would give their lives for us. We value them for being the testosterone-filled manly-men that they are!

IN SUM, this toxic masculinity is a beautiful thing!

DCG

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Two good reasons to avoid the Lifetime movie about the Flint Water Crisis

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1: It will star crazy libtard Cher.

2: One of the executive producers is the lying libtard Katie Couric, who is currently facing a $12 million defamation lawsuit for her anti-gun documentary.

From Hollywood Reporter: Cher is headed for Lifetime. The iconic singer-actress has been tapped to star in Flint, a TV movie based on the Flint, Mich., water crisis, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.

Craig Zadan, Neil Meron and Katie Couric will executive produce, alongside Cher. Bruce Beresford will direct the movie from Sony Pictures Television. Barbara Stepansky will pen the script.

Cher will portray a Flint resident whose family is impacted by the water crisis.

The drama is based on events in Flint about the poor management that led to water poisoning as well as the human elements of the residents who suffered — and whose voices were ignored. The movie was inspired by a February 2016 cover story in Time magazine called “The Toxic Tap,” by Josh Sanburn.  Zadan and Meron’s Sony Pictures TV-based Storyline Entertainment optioned the rights to the story.  This is Cher’s second TV movie role, following HBO’s 1996 If These Walls Could Talk, for which she scored a Golden Globe nomination.

She has been actively involved in helping Flint residents, including donating thousands of bottles of water. “This is a tragedy of staggering proportion and shocking that it’s happening in the middle of our country,” the Oscar winner said at the time.

DCG

Michael Obama’s massive Trapezius muscles

If you need more evidence that the mainstream media are corrupt political whores, here it is.

After 7+ years of Obama’s ruinous rule and his spouse’s countless vacations that cost already severely indebted America countless millions of dollars that we don’t have, Time magazine can still publish a fawning article with this nauseating title, “Everyone Is in Love With Michelle Obama’s Amazing Vera Wang Dress.”

The butt-kissing article is all about Mooch wearing a gown designed by Vera Wang for White House’s state dinner for Chinese Communist president Xi Jinping on Sept. 25, 2015. Most of the article consists of picture after picture of M.O., like this one:

Mooch in Vera Wang1

If Time magazine actually reported the truth, the headline instead should read:

Everyone Is Agog At Michael Obama’s New Wig That Only Half-Conceals His Massive Trapezius Muscles.

Here’s a close-up of Michael. His massive Trapezius muscle is circled in white:

Mooch in Vera Wang

Here’s a pic of Mooch’s back Trapezius muscles (on her left is Peng Liyuan, wife of Chinese commie prez):

Mooch's back Trapezius muscles Sept 25 2015

From I Draw Fashion‘s tutorial on how to draw males and females

male vs. female trapezius muscle

Let’s remove race and athleticism as possible explanatory factors by comparing Mooch with black tennis players Venus and Serena Williams:

Comparing shoulders of Michelle Obama, Venus & Serena Williams

Venus and Serena Williams are professional athletes with strong shoulders and arms, but they don’t have Mooch’s Trapezius muscles.

Michelle Obama is not a professional athlete, but “she” has shoulders wider than the Williams’ and bulky Trapezius muscles typical of males.

It doesn’t take a logician to arrive at the logical conclusion.

I also have this question: How can Mooch go from being flat as a pancake to sporting bodacious boobs? Did he get breast implants?

mooch-with-no-boobs 2013 to Mooch with boobs 2015

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~Éowyn

Killing Us Softly – Part 2

USELESS EATERS 

KILLING US SOFTLY Part 2

by Kelleigh Nelson

“A total world population of 250-300 million people, a 95% decline from present levels, would be ideal.”  Audubon magazine, interview with Ted Turner, 1996

“”This is a terrible thing to say. In order to stabilize world population, we must eliminate 350,000 people per day. It is a horrible thing to say, but it’s just as bad not to say it.”” Jacques Cousteau in an interview with the UNESCO Courier for November 1991

In 1982, I lived in Ellettsville, Indiana, a suburb of Bloomington. At that time I was working as a receptionist for a dermatologist. Across the street from the doctor’s office was the hospital where “Baby Doe” was born with Down’s syndrome. The baby also had an obstruction in the esophagus that prevented normal eating. The tracheo-esophageal fistula was easily treated, but both the parents and the physician agreed to allow the baby to die of starvation. The courts granted the parents and physician the “blessing” of doing this to the infant. Public outrage ensued. Health and Human Services under President Reagan drew up guidelines against federally-funded health care facilities allowing handicapped infants to die. Other organizations fought this ruling and the courts struck it down as the government being too invasive into the medical profession. Oh, but they should see the invasiveness today with ObamaCare! Continue reading

More Breast Feeding! This is bad. You’ve been warned.

Seems Time Magazine has a new cover with skippy and Clooney.

Eye Bleach Warning!!!!!       Eye Bleach Warning!!!!!           Eye Bleach Warning!!!

What has once been seen, Can never be unseen.

 

.... Proceed at your own risk. Last warning.. Ouch, I’m blind. What we won’t do to bring you the breaking news. 

~Steve~                                        H/T   Dolly..er Terry (chicken made me go blind)

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You were warned.

You were warned.