Rush Limbaugh, explaining last Thursday why there’s no Republican war on women.
Shorter Limbaugh: “We buy you sluts diamonds and dinner! What more do you ungrateful feminazis want?!”
Ah, I see. So bullheaded restrictions on reproductive rights, opposing the Violence Against Women Act, not supporting the Lilly Ledbetter Act, etc… All that is perfectly fine because Republicans buy diamonds for women they’re dating, AMIRITE?!
And yes, Rush. The more you keep running your mouth like this, the more you help Democrats. Democrats would love to focus on the economy, but when the Blunt Amendment is offered before a jobs bill, it’s a little hard.
Rush, you’ve been paid to say terrible shit about ethnic and racial minorities, women, the GLBTQ community, and liberals in general for nearly 30 years.
We’re paying attention now.
Oh, and P.S.: Not all Republicans marry women. Please see Log Cabin Republicans.
For the dudebros who don’t concern themselves with access to birth control, abortion, daycare, etc.—I would love to see how you would manage a life or a career if your plans were constantly being interrupted by pregnancy. I really would.
And before you interject with any “just close your legs! if you don’t want to get pregnant, don’t have sex!” business, please remember one thing: someone out there is getting women pregnant, and it isn’t the Holy Spirit.
An absolutely hilaaaarious picture was shared by someone I know. It was two images side-by-side: a picture of Al Capone and a picture of a white guy dressed in baggy clothes, a rather nice baseball cap, and trying to look tough. Honestly, he just makes me think of “Hang Tough” by New Kids on the Block, which makes it adorable. Above the picture of Mr. Capone is the word “gangster.” Yep. No disagreement there. Above the picture of Mr. Tough? “Faggot.” Below the pictures was: “This is the difference.”
I am (cautiously) reblogging this because it’s awesome as fuck.
This book is actually on my Amazon wishlist. I encounter this all the time. Women I grew up with post status updates on Facebook that are like this. I know a fair amount of men who think that all women just hate each other and that it’s normal. I hear women at my college say: “I have more guy friends because girls are bitches.” And all of it makes me want to cry. Mostly because I was like that when I was a teenager because I thought that being a feminist meant being a man-hater. Now I know better.