Do you remember our DCG’s post of October 30, on how HORRIBLE, just HORRIBLE! it is to be a woman in the oppressive U.S. patriarchy where women can’t walk down a public street without being ogled and harassed by men?
Here’s a quote from the slutty Cosmopolitan, a women’s magazine that promotes promiscuity, vanity, and features scantily-clad models on its cover:
No matter where you live, if you’ve ever walked around your neighborhood as a woman (or queer person) for any lengthy amount of time, you’ve been subjected to catcalls, whistles, stares, you name it.
As proof, the feminists produced this video of a not-particularly-attractive pear-shaped brunette, dressed in a black t-shirt and leggings, being harassed and catcalled by men as she walks the streets of New York City.
So it is curious, to say the least, that we now have another video of a woman — a blonde — walking the streets of the same New York City naked from her waist down, without anyone taking notice. The woman appears to be wearing a pair of very tight blue jeans that’s really body paint. Still, those “jeans” are much more revealing and suggestive than the black leggings worn by the brunette in the “harassment” video. And yet NO ONE ogled at or harassed the blonde.
P.S. If you had watched the video closely, you’d see that she wasn’t really naked, but was wearing a G-string that was camouflaged by all the body paint.
So which video do you believe?