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Soap Box

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SO, there was inequality.

Then there was feminism and inequality.

Then there was lads mags like nuts and zoo and feminism and inequality.

Then there was girl power and a new wave of brassy broads, lads mags, feminism and inequality.

Then there were men suggesting women are equal, suggesting that women want to be better than men now, they want the best of both words, women should be skinny and should go make them a sandwich and stop complaining, they should… *big breath*… dress up (but not wearing many clothes on a night out), strip down (their body hair and strip for burlesque or pole dancing classes) , cover up (white skin) and undress (for lads mags) terms and conditions apply? *sigh*…. and there were brassy broads, lads mags, feminism and inequality.

Dizzy yet?

So here’s something hilarious because we (women) are obviously over the poopiness of patriarchy now and we’re certainly equal to men these days…

Women or rape, which is less funny?

Thanks Chirtle and Mick Shear (see what I did there?)

This lovely chap whose name I won’t mention, he’s famous enough without our help, has written another article to explain that it’s just a joke and only satire! Phew, I feel better now! Now Mick, get in the kitchen, make me a sandwich, don’t worry your pretty little head about it because we understood the joke without your help, we just didn’t find it funny. Men just aren’t as funny as women.

Now, I’ll go work on some jokes about child abuse, a joke about all the women I know personally who have been raped, and sex trafficking. Hey! It’ll be satire, a joke, don’t worry!

Written by Cherise

October 5, 2012 at 7:48 pm

Posted in Uncategorized

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  1. wow! well done!
    u nailed it!

    dee fairchild

    October 5, 2012 at 8:07 pm

    • Hi Cherise – nice post, I like it. But I followed the link, and it seems Mike Sheer intended something different from this article than what it said at face value:

      Matthew McVeagh

      January 23, 2013 at 9:35 pm

      • Thank you Matt, I had read his second post on the subject before writing this entery from atop my soap box on the subject and that’s referenced in my last two paragraphs of the blog post. Women knew what he meant, it wasn’t a joke we didn’t understand and that needed explaining, but it still was bad, unfunny and offensive.



        January 24, 2013 at 8:14 pm

  2. Oh sorry I missed that. 🙂

    Matthew McVeagh

    January 24, 2013 at 10:26 pm

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