Just a collection of the idiocy going on in the world.
During the Fems march against Trump called everything but that, older building started to shift off their foundations and pavement cracked.
Even more than that even with the loud hailers and the chanting of mindless alimentary noises, the rubbing and abrading of huge thighs (see photo) drowned out just about all cries for anything from beer to thigh blister ointment.
In spite of claims of a non political position, most of the screeching centered around Trump being elected, daring to sit in the Oval Office and that he abused the lovely press.
Even the stragglers had to display their avoirdupois in a manner that caused most people to suffer a severe gastric disorder.
On the first full day of Donald Trump’s administration, millions of women gathered in cities around the world to deliver the message, powerfully and unequivocally, that we dodged a real bullet by not electing a vagina-owner as President.
Oh sure, that wasn’t the message they meant to send – but what the hell else is anyone (male or female) with more than a spoonful of brains supposed to think? The angry protesters donned “pussy hats” and vagina costumes to prove they’re not just sex objects and should be taken seriously. Which, frankly, we find hard to do when a glowering woman has turned her face into a clitoris.
Purportedly, the massive marches were about women finally and firmly demanding their rights, including non-discrimination, protection from sexual assault, equal pay for equal work, access to abortion on demand, the right to vote, the right to go to school, the right to sit in the front of the bus, and the right to be served at Woolworth’s lunch counters.
Of course, all of these things are already mandated by law, but attempts to inform the protesters of this were decried as blatantly sexist “man-splaining.” And the real point isn’t that women lack rights, but they feel like they lack rights…and feelings always outweigh facts among those high on estrogen.
Celebrity speakers were in abundance at the Washington march, with alleged-actress Ashley Judd proclaiming herself to be a “nasty girl” and babbling about Donald Trump’s wet dreams (honest), and Madonna following up on her previous promise to blow any man who voted for Hillary with a new admission that she wants to blow up the White House. A sentiment which drew a standing ovulation from the enthusiastic crowd.
Disclaimer time: Hope n’ Change supports equal rights for women without reservation. No woman should suffer from discrimination or actual sexual harassment. If a man “grabs her by the pussy” he should face criminal charges. If he talks about grabbing women by the pussy, even “just among the boys,” he should be considered an asshole and pariah.
These are serious matters which, unfortunately, have now been trivialized by activists who failed to elect their chosen candidate and are now having a huge public hissy fit simply because they can in a country which already affords them the freedom and rights to do so.
To those women who filled the streets, Hope n’ Change acknowledges that you have been heard.
But maybe next time, consider having something to say.
BONUS: SECRET CERVIX PROJECTION
SCOTUS deferred this until the new term by a 5-3 vote. Which means this gender confused person will have to wait until next year to find out whether standing or sitting is the method of relief.
Supreme Court: School Can Keep Biological Female Out of Male Restrooms—For Now
The court was responding to a request from the Gloucester County School Board to stay an order issued on June 23 by U.S. District Judge Robert Doumar. That order said the board must allow G.G.—a 17-year-old biological female who says she identifies as a male—to use male restrooms (but not male locker rooms) while the court reviewed G.G.’s case on the merits.
Judge Doumar had previously dismissed G.G.’s claim that the Gloucester County School Board had discriminated against her under the terms of Title IX of federal education law, which says schools that receive federal funding may not discriminate on the basis of “sex.”
However, in April, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit decided that the district court should hear G.G.’s case again, reconsider allowing her to use male bathrooms at school while doing so, and give deference in the case to the Department of Education’s current interpretation of what the word “sex” means in Title IX.
The appeals court said:
“At the heart of this appeal is whether Title IX requires schools to provide transgender students access to restrooms congruent with their gender identity. Title IX provides: ‘[n]o person . . . shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.’ 20 U.S.C. § 1681(a). The Department of Education’s (the Department) regulations implementing Title IX permit the provision of ‘separate toilet, locker room, and shower facilities on the basis of sex, but such facilities provided for students of one sex shall be comparable to such facilities for students of the other sex.’ 34 C.F.R. § 106.33. In an opinion letter dated January 7, 2015, the Department’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) interpreted how this regulation should apply to transgender individuals: ‘When a school elects to separate or treat students differently on the basis of sex . . . a school generally must treat transgender students consistent with their gender identity.’”