Gloria Steinem — Part II

Continuing from this link,

Belatedly, Friedan realized that the all of the comfortable concentration camp housewifery rhetoric had created a backlash against motherhood and traditional women’s skills, which became the dominant trend for women within 10 years. From the opening chapter of “The Second Stage”:

The feminine mystique was obsolete. That’s why our early battles were won so easily…  But the new image, which has come out of the women’s movement, cannot evade the continuing tests of real life. That uneasiness I have been sensing these past few years comes from personal truth denied and questions unmasked because they do not fit the new accepted image—the FEMINIST mystique—as our daughters live what we fought for…

I write this book to help the daughters break through the mystique I myself helped to create—and put the right name to their new problems… For women may be in new danger of falling into certain deadly traps that men are now trying to climb out of to save their own lives. We can’t traverse the next stage and reembrace the cycle of life as women alone.

So it would appear that being a man was not good.  It was better for a woman to be a woman.  Who knew?  Better late than never I suppose.

Back to Ms. Steinem.  She battled Frieden for the top post at NOW and won.  We can’t have any traitors here, can we?  And husbands, children and women themselves have been paying the price ever since.  So what has she been up to lately,

Steinem still uses the old shame tactics to get women to comply. That is the root of her comments about young female supporters of Sanders only looking for boyfriends. Tough and independent women would support Hillary. Only boy-seeking, wishy-washy women don’t. You want to be seen as tough and independent, don’t you?

So what exactly is this shaming about?  It is about sacrificing for Team Woman over your own needs.  If Team Woman was worthy of sacrifice, then perhaps there might be consideration given.  But is there anything positive that one can say about Team Woman?  Does it stand for anything that is positive?  Anything?  Furthermore, does anybody believe that Bernie Sanders’ rallies are where one might find industrious guys?  Ones that might be marriage material?  Maybe artsy poser types; and do they really want them?


Young women’s feminist grandmothers did promise they could be anything and everything, and did not mention the tradeoffs. They inflated young women’s self-esteem to the point that they are now so delicate many cannot even handle open debate

When will reality hit?  When will their self-esteem bubble pop?  Perhaps not until they start losing their looks, which is all that many really had.  How is it that these young women were allowed to go down this path.  Were not the “feminist grandmothers” adults?

And they have so convinced young women that they do best on their own—never depend on a man; they will always hold you back, don’t you know—that young women have little idea how to form partnerships with men beyond the sex.

This is really pathetic.  What were they thinking?  I suppose that there is Daddy Government.  But how long will he last?

Of sex, of course, those feminist grandmothers fully approve. Causal and often: that is the way the men do it, so that is the way liberated women should do it—always questing for the zipless fuck.

Though it has been mentioned many times, it bears mentioning again.  “The way men do it” only applies to most sexually attractive men.  Such a generalization is silly.  As everybody knows, most any woman can get sex any time that she wants.  Perhaps the expression should be “sex as women do it”.

These are Steinem’s offenses, ever so much more than being a happy warrior for abortion. She is a denigrator of the family, traditional women, and an accomplished misandrist to boot.

Posted in FarmBoy, Feminism, Lies
92 comments on “Gloria Steinem — Part II
  1. Spawny Get says:

    I think that the biggest risk for men in the future is that they end up as lowish paid engineers / workmen / tradesmen, helping the quota employed females that got there though AA (not all of them, but how do you tell them apart?) to do their jobs too. On the quiet because this must not be spoken of. Then come promotions where incompetent females get promoted preferentially because:
    Getting the useless engineers out of actual engineering is safer for the company.
    They ‘need’ more females up the career ladder for diversity quotas.

    Just today some feckwit in the UK pronounced that bankers’ bonuses should be tied to diversity levels in their upper management levels.

    Why work hard as a man just to see less competent others get promoted? Blatantly bent career prospects.

    It’s never been a fair world, but to have any pride in the game as a guy, you have to be able to pretend it’s fair…enough… if you squint juuust right.

    It’s a terrible time to be an average young guy. It’s going to be worse for women when it comes down, but they won’t see it. Not till it happens

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  2. Liz says:

    Gloria Steinem’s “womenz for womenz” style argument to something along the lines of Marxism.
    Perhaps they could call it logical fallacy Argument-ad-Marxism. We womenz are all the collective (da, tovarish). Because, vaginas.
    And these are the people who call “sexism” dehumanizing.

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  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    If it goes from affirmative action to merit, they will be in big trouble. Also, there is supposed to be a lot of computer based office equipment coming down the pike that will eliminate a lot of jobs. I don’t think it will be men’s jobs.

    As for Gloria Steinem, she sold women a bill of goods and the bill won’t come due until she is dead and gone, in spite of her longevity.

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  4. Liz says:

    Gah I’m a grumpalufagus now.
    Stainem (intentionally misspelling), and I have contrary interests. We have absolutely nothing in common.
    If an alien from the planet Wackemall came down and said he/she/it would kill off all of humanity if we elected him/her/it president, and the only other candidate was Hillary….I would not vote for that alien. That is truly the only way I would not vote for her opponent. But I STILL woulnd’t vote for Hillary.

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  5. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Hillary is a stinker. She has always been a stinker. She will always be a stinker. She can’t help it because she is a stinker.

    Liked by 3 people

  6. @ fuzzie I suppose at least she is consistent? But is being consistently a stinker really a selling point? Hummm…

    I didn’t realize Friedan flip flopped later, interesting… Well isn’t that nice, after she left the gate open and herded everyone toward the cliff…

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  7. Cill says:

    If it goes from affirmative action to merit, they will be in big trouble. Too true, Fuzzy.

    Most women who study for Civil Engineering do so because of the many grants and incentives they presently receive. Removal of affirmative action would spare society the cost of those incentives, and the cost of coping with the inevitable incompetence.

    The same goes for racial affirmative action as well.

    Discrimination against merit is the reason why the Western world will be surpassed by East Asia, or overwhelmed by force because of its softness.

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  8. molly says:

    Gloria Steinme got married LOL. Pah! Lier lier pants on fire XD

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  9. Spawny Get says:

    PeeWee’s chunked up somewhat. Didn’t he have issues involving tissues in a cinema? The face shows worrying signs, just saying, kids. Stay clear, stay safe.

    For the chronologically challenged.

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  10. molly says:

    Spawny I don’t get it. You mean kiddy fiddlers? The one on the left is.. or Cruz is ?? It just is not clear.


  11. Spawny Get says:

    I’ve no idea who the guy on the left is. As he looks to be over the age of consent and fit enough to run if he so chooses, we have no need to concern ourselves with him.

    PeeWee was in an *ahem* adult theatre. Beyond that issue, it seems the other charges were murky. I like this self-description (from the link)

    “One thing I want to make very, very clear, I don’t want anyone for one second to think that I am titillated by images of children. It’s not me. You can say lots of things about me. And you might. The public may think I’m weird. They may think I’m crazy or anything that anyone wants to think about me. That’s all fine. As long as one of the things you’re not thinking about me is that I’m a pedophile. Because that’s not true.”

    If he was a paedophile, I would have thought they’d have got him for it. There was plenty of publicity, but no one came forward (afaik). But I will take advantage of his kind permission that I can consider him weird.

    Cruz seems to have some expressions that make me feel the same way. As Glorious Patriarch I fell it my duty to warn my ‘children’ to look to their safety around those with the weirding way.


  12. Yoda says:

    The study replicates a similar effect seen in a study conducted in 2012. Researchers in Singapore exposed men and women to stacks of paper, a sum of money equal to $84, or a sum of money equal to $2,100, then asked them about their requirements of a potential mate. Men who handled the largest sum of money desired mates who were far more attractive. Women’s requirements were unchanged.
    According to the researchers behind the current study, both results are in line with expectations of evolved human mating strategies.
    “Whereas both men and women prefer an attractive mate, men are more likely to value a mate’s physical attractiveness, which signals a woman’s fertility and reproductive value, than women. On the other hand, women are more likely to attach importance to a mate’s resources than men.”


  13. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly! 🌯 🌯 🌯 🐻 🙄 My Chinese friends want to try some oysters too!

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  14. Yoda says:

    Pissed off he is,

    A New Jersey student who had charges of sexual assault dismissed against him is suing the police who investigated him, alleging false arrest and malicious prosecution.

    The accused student, who will not be named here because he is currently innocent under the law and no longer being charged or investigated, spent two weeks in jail because he was unable to post the $250,000 bail. He was eventually released on his own recognizance, and the charges were administratively dismissed 20 days later, without the case ever going before a grand jury.

    The accused alleges in his lawsuit that the “probable cause” report that was used to justify the arrest was produced after the arrest was made, as the time of the arrest was mentioned.

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  15. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It looks as if a New Jersey student may end up owning a New Jersey town. If this gets dismissed, like Nungesser’s case against Columbia, a lot of men are going to see a developing pattern.

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  16. Yoda says:

    For the average man, being a man not so great it is.
    Why women want this they do?

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  17. Yoda says:

    Of women so empathetic and moral they are,
    why take path that is best for their family not?


  18. Yoda says:

    But is there anything positive that one can say about Team Woman?

    Bueller? Bueller? Anyone?

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  19. Spawny Get says:

    “women so empathetic and moral they are,”

    Reliable citation needed

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  20. Spawny Get says:

    Gloria Steinem Mocks Female Bernie Sanders Supporters – NFP Clip


  21. Spawny Get says:

    So Jethro and his girlfriend go camping. She is going to cook tea, he has to gather wood. He says, “Hey, my hands are really cold!”

    She offers, “why don’t you put them between my thighs to warm them up?”

    He gets back with the wood and once again says, “Hey, my hands are really cold!”

    Again, she offers, “why don’t you put them between my thighs?”

    Later, after tea, he says, “Hey, my hands are really cold!”

    She replies, “Don’t your ears ever get cold?”

    (from that video that I linked to yesterday, that you didn’t listen to, that you should’ve)

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  22. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    The one thing about that whole Gloria Steinem gaffe that I found comforting is that she is threatened by by young women who might find boys cuddly.
    Yes Gloria, some of them would dump feminism in a heartbeat to land a good boy. Those are the ones who know that Government can’t be a daddy to all women.


  23. Spawny Get says:

    Yes, there is comfort in the rising rate of the overt rejection of the feminism label. Although one wonders if such women are willing to surrender some of the unfair goodies. I suspect that they don’t see ongoing support for feminism gets them the best deal, in fact maybe making peace now, where they’re the German Army surrounded and pinned down in Stalingrad, means that they bake the goodies into the cake. Feminism might be dying, but the Feminine Imperative is eternal…?

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  24. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It would be a sound strategy to quit winners and, you’re right, the Feminine Imperative is relentless.
    One thing that we are already seeing is that the ugly ones will take it beyond absurdity.

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  25. Yoda says:

    Although one wonders if such women are willing to surrender some of the unfair goodies.

    A very good question this is

    Liked by 1 person

  26. Yoda says:

    Odd that the notion of trade offs seemingly occurred to feminists not.

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  27. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    They believe that they are so advantaged that negotiation is superfluous.
    However, there is one thing that they have neglected to consider, that the participation of men in the SMP is voluntary. The feminists presume that it is a given.


  28. Yoda says:

    They inflated young women’s self-esteem to the point that they are now so delicate many cannot even handle open debate

    Difficult for a white guy to imagine it is.
    They have that luxury not.
    Yet women not even appreciate this luxury they do
    But then, women appreciate many things not

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  29. Yoda says:

    And they have so convinced young women that they do best on their own

    At least until 32 this is.
    Then oddly different it would be

    Liked by 1 person

  30. Yoda says:

    Not many responses defending feminism there are.
    Wonder why this would be I do

    Liked by 1 person

  31. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    This the wrong blog to defend feminism, is it not?
    Even so, hard to defend feminism it is.


  32. Yoda says:

    Oddly enough, men never a self-imposed movement destroying their potential for happiness they have


  33. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Have heard little from Mrs Yoda this night.
    Busy making sandwiches for Padewans she is.


  34. Yoda says:

    Fuzzie Bear,

    Perhaps a feminist rise to the bait they would


  35. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Speaking of defending feminism, have not heard from Gen. G. Steinem in years.
    Only that one thread on SSM’s old blog did comment.
    At memory, bear on floor rolling he is. That funny!


  36. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    An observation from COTWA.
    He is right. The Onion can fold up its tent. They can’t write stuff this absurd and have people accept it.

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  37. Mrs. Yoda says:

    Making Shepherds Pies I am

    Liked by 1 person

  38. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    May bears come over?

    Liked by 1 person

  39. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Promise not to eat Padewans we do.

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  40. Cill says:

    Although one wonders if such women are willing to surrender some of the unfair goodies.

    Their innate group-bias ensures that they won’t.

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  41. Farm Boy says:

    Can women as whole be reasoned with?

    Liked by 1 person

  42. Yoda says:

    Tarn and Liz, go to RPG’s “Eat Crow” post you should

    Liked by 1 person

  43. Yoda says:

    Bears always welcome on Degoba they are

    Liked by 1 person

  44. Cill says:

    Spawny I think you’ll like this blog:

    It’s new, only 1035 comments when I was last there.

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  45. Cill says:

    I request Spawny to organize a bloke with a Bristol or Somerset accent to recite this poem aloud for us please:

    Three jolly Farmers
    Once bet a pound
    Each dance the others would
    Off the ground.
    Out of their coats
    They slipped right soon,
    And neat and nicesome
    Put each his shoon.
    And away they go,
    Not too fast,
    And not too slow;
    Out from the elm-tree’s
    Noonday shadow,
    Into the sun
    And across the meadow.
    Past the schoolroom,
    With knees well bent,
    Fingers a flicking,
    They dancing went.
    Up sides and over,
    And round and round,
    They crossed click-clacking
    The Parish bound;
    By Tupman’s meadow
    They did their mile,
    On a three-barred stile.
    Then straight through Whipham,
    Downhill to Week,
    Footing it lightsome,
    But not too quick,
    Up fields to Watchet
    And on through Wye,
    Till seven fine churches
    They’d seen slip by —
    Seven fine churches,
    And five old mills,
    Farms in the valley,
    And sheep on the hills;
    Old Man’s Acre
    And Dead Man’s Pool
    All left behind,
    As they danced through Wool.
    And Wool gone by,
    Like tops that seem
    To spin in sleep
    They danced in dream:
    Withy — Wellover —
    Wassop — Wo —
    Like an old clock
    Their heels did go.
    A league and a league
    And a league they went,
    And not one weary,
    And not one spent.
    And log, and behold!
    Past Willow-cum-Leigh
    Stretched with its waters
    The great green sea.
    Says Farmer Bates,
    ‘I puffs and I blows,
    What’s under the water,
    Why, no man knows !’
    Says Farmer Giles,
    ‘My mind comes weak,
    And a good man drownded
    Is far to seek. ‘
    But Farmer Turvey,
    On twirling toes,
    Up’s with his gaiters,
    And in he goes:
    Down where the mermaids
    Pluck and play
    On their twangling harps
    In a sea-green day;
    Down where the mermaids
    Finned and fair,
    Sleek with their combs
    Their yellow hair. . . .
    Bates and Giles —
    On the shingle sat,
    Gazing at Turvey’s
    Floating hat.
    But never a ripple
    Nor bubble told
    Where he was supping
    Off plates of gold.
    Never an echo
    Rilled through the sea
    Of the feasting and dancing
    And minstrelsy.
    They called — called — called;
    Came no reply:
    Nought but the ripples’
    Sandy sigh.
    Then glum and silent
    They sat instead,
    Vacantly brooding
    On home and bed,
    Till both together
    Stood up and said: —
    ‘Us knows not, dreams not,
    Where you be,
    Turvey, unless
    In the deep blue sea;
    But axcusing silver —
    And it comes most willing —
    Here’s us two paying our forty shilling;
    For it’s sartin sure, Turvey,
    Safe and sound,
    You danced us a square, Turvey,
    Off the ground.’

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  46. Cill says:

    I shall pay particular attention to the pronunciation of “pound”, “ground”, “round” and “bound”.


  47. Cill says:

    If you can do this for us, mate, Tarn will have a fit.

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  48. Yoda says:


    Caused this it did,

    In his campus-wide email, Wagner outlined four steps that he plans to take, which includes immediately refining certain policies, providing opportunities for difficult dialogues, starting a process to institutionalize identification, and reviewing and addressing social justice issues.

    The SGA and College Council pledged in the statement, obtained by Campus Reform, to stand in solidarity with the “threatened” communities of this incident and to also make emergency funds available to “any student organization looking to sponsor events in response to this incident.”

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  49. Yoda says:

    President Obama on Wednesday delivered a sharply personal rebuke of GOP presidential candidate Ted Cruz for his call to institute surveillance on Muslim communities in response to the Brussels terrorist attacks.

    During a press conference in Argentina, Obama called such a proposal “wrong and un-American” and said it would undermine the U.S. campaign against Islamic extremists.

    Obama invoked Cruz’s Cuban heritage, arguing the Texas senator was ignoring the personal journey of his father, who fled the island nation for the United States to escape political oppression.

    “I just left a country that engages in that kind of neighborhood surveillance, which, by the way, the father of Sen. Cruz escaped for America,” the president said. “The land of the free. The notion that we would start down that slippery slope makes absolutely no sense.


  50. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    “Can women as a whole be reasoned with?”
    After reading that, I am reminded of how Neville Chamberlain must have felt in September 1939.
    Negotiating with fembots would be an even greater exercise in futility. I don’t think that they can comprehend the concept of “good faith”.

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  51. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    If that is triggering to ro present day college students, I hope that no one is considering hiring them.

    Spawny Get,
    The StaPuft Marshmallow Man should have done somethin outwardly destructive, not taken it out on himself.

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  52. Yoda says:

    Sex-related crimes are the only ones in which accusers and victims are not named but the accused often are. The reasoning is admirable: There’s a stigma to being a rape victim, so we should shield them as much as possible from that stigma.

    That’s why rape shield laws exist. They’re meant to protect victims, but it’s now becoming clear that the “victim” in many accusations is actually the accused. Activists often claim that the number of false accusations is between 2 percent and 10 percent. But these statistics refer only to accusations that are proven false. An equally small number of cases result in convictions, so following the same logic, we should also be claiming that just 2 percent of rape accusations are true.

    And even then, rape is the number one crime in which DNA clears convicted people, so even a conviction doesn’t necessarily mean the crime occurred.

    Everything in between is unknown. Maybe the crime happened, maybe it didn’t, but we as a society have decided that it is better to err on the side of caution (that is, to err on the side that someone might not be a monster) than to potentially lock up an innocent person. Desiring to reverse that, activists want to err on the side of assuming everyone accused is a monster.

    There are major problems to this. First and foremost, it encourages false accusations. We’ve seen on college campuses that the presumption of innocence is no longer the norm, and colleges are expelling students even when evidence suggests they are innocent. (Note: that link contains numerous stories, including the student accused by Emma Sulkowicz, who was eventually found “not responsible” by his university.)

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  53. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I can’t think of one high profile rape case in recent times that resulted in a conviction. It’s as if they are ALL false. Perhaps anonimity should be extended to the accused.
    This is beyond ridiculous.

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  54. Cillhouette says:

    “This is beyond ridiculous”
    Yes it is. It *is* feminism, which is gender bias and group think. It wont go away, I’m afraid. It makes women very much more prejudicd than men. Molly and I both know we have the bias and group think, and we try to resist it every day, and often it beats us. We need to keep trying our best to condition our nature out of us!

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  55. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I am very favorably disposed to both you and Molly. Part of it may be the virtual burritos but, a lot of it is your character. You shouldn’t have to work so hard. For you 🌯 🌯
    One for you and the the other for baby. 🙂

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  56. Ezzy says:

    I agree with my niece “Cillhouette” (what a quaint “name”!). Social exclusion is like a death sentence for women. They will seek social inclusion at any cost, even if it is the lives of their husbands and, dare I say it, their sons.

    Gloria Steinem is not my favourite person, Farm Boy. My mother despised her and encouraged me to brush up on Gloria’s works. I read reluctantly and found some points to argue with mother. I knew productive argument is what she wanted. I tried to play devil’s advocate and found it impossible to raise much enthusiasm for Glorygal Steinem.

    I didn’t bother to encourage my own daughters to play devil’s advocate for Gloria. I’m proud to make the claim that you’ll find no love of Gloria in my Molly.

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  57. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It has been too long. 🌯 🌯 One for you and another for Cillhouette to split with the baby. 🙂

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  58. Cill says:

    Antidote for Glorygal Steinem:

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  59. Ezzy says:


    Rhetorical question, are you bring a mischief again?

    Liked by 1 person

  60. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    No matter how old boys get, they are always up to mischief. 😛

    Liked by 1 person

  61. molly says:

    Mum it *was* a rhetorical question. Lol

    I leave victuals for Fuzzie 🐻

    Liked by 1 person

  62. Cill says:

    Too bloody right Fuzzy 😉

    Liked by 1 person

  63. Cill says:

    A man heeds to be able to pull the leg off of his elders now and then.

    Liked by 1 person

  64. molly says:

    Another victual for 🐻

    Liked by 1 person

  65. molly says:

    Back to earning my keep

    Liked by 1 person

  66. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly! 🌯 🌯 🌯 🐻 🙄
    Rainbow sherbet!!! Yum! I have to stress myself to eat it with small spoonfuls, to not mix up the flavors. Raspberry, pineapple, and orange.


  67. Yoda says:

    Liberal controlled institutions they are,

    In the narrative offered by the mainstream media—and by the participants themselves—last fall’s campus protests exposed the continuing structural racism in the nation’s colleges and universities. To rectify this purported problem, the protesters demanded that administrators punish students who publicly challenged their beliefs; the right to join sympathetic faculty in dictating the curricular choices of all other students; and the authority to vet new faculty hires, thereby ensuring increased conformity of thought on diversity issues. Administrators should have responded to these intolerant demands by reminding all concerned that institutions of higher learning that abandon academic freedom no longer have a reason to exist. But recent developments, especially during the Obama administration, have made colleges uniquely ill suited to defend ideals of openness and civil liberties. And in any case, most faculty and administrators seem to share the protesters’ desire for universities dominated by a never-ending pursuit of diversity. In this respect, the protesters deserve thanks for unwittingly exposing the public to the increasingly hollow core of the contemporary academy.

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  68. Cill says:

    Sunny Easter Friday here.
    What time is it in the great southern land. Coming up Choicy time to wake up. He’ll see the names of some of our recent commenters in his gmail and join us here. Just wait. Bet my bottom dollar. 😉
    …Unless I’ve just put him off…

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  69. Mrs. Yoda says:

    Asked me they could have

    A feminist picnic turned into a complete disaster yesterday after none of the women brought any sandwiches.

    The picnic was supposed to celebrate the capabilities of women in a safe, women-only environment, but things didn’t quite go as planned.

    With the sun hanging high in the sky it seemed to be perfect weather for a picnic. But the seven proud feminist friends were in for a big surprise when none of them brought any food at all.

    ‘I brought a communal picnic hamper for us to all throw in the food we’d brought. I was expecting the usual picnic fare: sandwiches, crisps, a nice fruit salad, and so on – but no-one else brought a single thing. Not so much as a sausage. I was even more furious about my lot in life than usual. I ended up storming off and shame eating three Big Macs from the nearest McDonalds. I’m a vegetarian so it was particularly galling for me to have to do that,’ said picnic organiser Rachel Queen.

    The other six women refused to accept the responsibility though, each loudly proclaiming that making sandwiches wasn’t a job exclusively for women. They all managed to turn the blame for the gigantic cock up onto men.

    ‘Men have turned food preparation into a subservient role to be forced upon women. I never make my own food, that is just one of the many interesting ways I fight the patriarchy,’ said non-sandwich maker Roberta Brooke.

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  70. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Mrs. Yoda,
    You do have a wicked sense of humor! The choice of that particular photo of Big Red is apt. She looks sincerely baffled. 😛
    That they would all go hungry because none would bring themselves so low as to prepare food is a joy to contemplate.

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  71. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Expect Canada to blow up this weekend.!
    The question is, will charges of perjury be brought against his accusers?

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  72. Choicy says:

    Yeah Cillo you got me. I confess I was smitten by the names, and I wasn’t put off by your shaming tactics either mate. 😉

    The sad thing about Gloria Steinem is she was believed by the sort of dim sheilas who expect someone to bring sandwiches to a feminist pinic. Fair dinkum mate, they wouldn’t know a tram was up their arse until it rang its bell. They cling to their faith in that debunked Gloria Steinem bitch who still lies like a rug after all these years mate.

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  73. Choicy says:

    Fuzzie – manginas getting shafted by these lying scumbags that no self-respecting man would touch. What kind of desperate man goes within a hundred yards of a woman like this?

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  74. Spawny Get says:

    A man in a white coat, carrying a tranquiliser dart gun

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  75. Farm Boy says:

    There is a new post

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  76. Spawny Get says:

    It might be hard to aim with a bag on his head though…

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  77. Yoda says:

    From Fuzzie Bear’s link the woman did emerge

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  78. Yoda says:

    Looks unhappier than Big Red she does

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  79. Yoda says:

    Emerge like the Creature From the Blonde Lagoon she did.
    Good thing we see it in 3D not

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  80. Spawny Get says:

    The lights are on, but there’s no one home…ceptin’ the cats and a strange odour reminiscent of rotting meat

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  81. Cill says:

    It might be hard to aim with a bag on his head though
    There’d better bloody well be no eyeholes in that bag, for his sake.

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  82. Spawny Get says:

    That would rather defeat the object of the bag, would it not?

    Maybe some aiming via a mirror à la medusa?

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  83. Choicy says:

    I’d prefer to lassoo her from behind, mate, pull the noose tight and hobble her to a halt then stand back and fire a tranquillizer dart into her arse. No self-respecting man would do it any closer than that.

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  84. Spawny Get says:

    The image caused me to misread Cill’s comment…apologies

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  85. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    In response to his refutation of her testimony, she asked, “Who keeps emails from thirteen years ago?” She must have looked different then.


  86. Cill says:

    Looks unhappier than Big Red she does
    I can’t improve on that. Even bats-in-the-belfry Big Red looks normal alongside the horrific fizzog at 11:28 pm


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