Contributed by: filbert Thursday, June 19 2014 @ 09:14 AM CST
“I know you feel that you’re a victim,” she said. “If you would be more careful, maybe you wouldn’t be victimized as frequently.”
The slut! Wearing that little thing, walking down that street, at that time of day?. She was asking for it!
Wait, what? That was spoken by Claire McCaskell, loathsome and corrupt Senator from Missouri[*1] , to the admittedly loathsome and creepy “Dr. Oz?”
Oh. That’s completely, totally different. Because androphobia. After all, girrrrls rule, boys drool, right? Guys need to be careful. Women, on the other hand, don’t. Especially with what they say, apparently.
With all the blather about the “war on women,” how about a little attention to the ongoing, rampant “war on men?” Think of that the next time you watch a TV commercial where the dopey husband is set straight by the long-suffering, smarter-than-he-is wife . . . or daughter.
It’s everywhere. You’re soaking in it.
Check your prejudices.
And because people can be stupid: the second paragraph in this post is what is called sarcasm. It’s a rhetorical technique. It can confuse the easily confusable. Sorry about that. Get smarter.