There seems to be a terrible resurgence of those feminists lately?
Ironically the feminists are probably oe of the largest sexist groups on the planet, in that their single agenda revolves around gender.
As a typical example, I saw many women interviewed in the States recently who were voting for Clinton purely on the basis that she was a woman. Why? Why does a pair of tits and a socket trump [sorry – couldn’t resist that] a candidate with a plug? What the blind fuck has gender got to do with it?
I did around forty years under the yoke of labour and encountered many women in the course of those years. Thinking back, the women were probably the worst to work under. In fact I cannot think of a single female manager who was any good. There was senior one who was a right tyrant until things didn’t go her way whereupon she would run crying into her office, would lock the door and would have to be persuaded out by another [male] manager. There was another who was so desperate to prove herself in an imagined male dominated world that she was just plain impossible to work for. She was a right moody bitch. I never knew where I stood with the women are they were a completely unpredictable bunch, whereas the male managers were at least consistent in their cuntishness.
Last night I was half watching the news and there was an item on about gender equality in the arts here in Ireland. Apparently some feminist movement here is a “world trailblazer” for equality, whatever the fuck that means?
I am completely at a loss as to what these people want. In the theatre for example, they put on plays. Plays by their nature work from a scripts which may or may not have female characters. If there are female characters then it is reasonably logical to cast a woman in the role? And if there aren’t female characters, then it would be a tad idiotic to cast females as males just for the sake of equality?
So what exactly to these female arty farties want? Will all the great plays have to be rewritten to ensure “gender equality”? I can just imagine it….
- Hamlette [A tale of a Danish Princess]?
- Oedepus Regina? [A queen who murders her father and marries her mother]?
- Romana and Juliet [A tale of Italian Lesbianism]?
- The Taming of the Shrew [on second thoughts, that one can stand].
- Pygmalia [The education of Edward Doolittle]?
This could be fun?