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The War On Women

Friday, August 3, 2012 - Posted by | Life, Thoughts

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  1. to whom it may concern regarding “the war on women”:

    as the webmaster of, i am hearing everyone talking about “the war on women” and i ask myself what women could be complaining about. are they mad at God for designing females to lay an egg if a man hasn’t had his way with them sexually? are they mad at God for designing femininity to be used as a tool by men? are they mad that their milk jugs are a tool to be used by babies?

    are they complaining about being regarded as and known as members of the lesser gender? i would assume so, with all of this “a woman can do anything a man can do” nonsense. they obviously cannot accept that they are of the lesser gender, being that “Strongwoman” is the new buzz-word (while men have been reduced to being known as “guys,” even as the Strongwoman isn’t half as strong as a man who can pick her up and throw her before he pulls a george huguely and kills her without help from a weapon other than his own masculine ability).

    the truth is that Strongwoman doesn’t have a body built for strength, she doesn’t have testosterone to give her strength. case-in-point: for a sense of gender-equality, she relies on gender-based sports teams and gender-based military requirements because she can only triumph alongside of men (and never over men). she is meant to be picked on because the Strongwoman is largely disabled.

    a woman is as defined by her womb as the word “woman” is a product of “womb” and “man”. case-in-point: Strongwoman bleeds for a man. case-in-point: while laying an egg from her womb every month, Strongwoman bleeds actual blood because a man hasn’t fertilized the egg. despite the tell-tale vagina, though, Strongwoman bleeds to be manly mostly every day of the month. when she’s laying an egg, she just accepts it and she doesn’t take any hints about gender-roles – rather, she sticks to her reality-defying mantra: “a woman can do anything a man can do”.

    as all wombn bleed for men, all wombn are of the lesser gender. i cannot understand why society embraces physical competitions being based on gender (olympic swimming, scholastic basketball) while they buy into the “anything a man can do” mantra. maybe i can understand basketball being gender-based, as men are members of the taller gender, but i wonder why society separates the men from the girls in every other sporting event/physical competition.

    if gender-based physical competitions and the size of the barbells at “curves fitness” aren’t a constant reminder of the reality of gender-inequality, if neither the presence of females’ milk-jugs or the reality of females laying an egg every month isn’t a constant reminder of gender-roles, then i’m sure that wombn are blind and therefore i have no problem with “handicapped parking” doubling as “parking for pregnant women”.

    u2 said “love is blindness,” but i maintain that “womanhood is blindness”.

    dylan terreri, i

    is it a “war on women” or is she a “moron woman”

    Comment by Abigale Lutia | Saturday, August 25, 2012 | Reply

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