I appreciate how this guy tells it like it is when he says, “Having mom as primary bread winner is bad for kids and bad for marriage.” And calls mom working outside the home “Anti-science”. I have to admit, I kind of agree. And by kind of, I mean whole-heartedly. When you really think about it, it does make sense. I mean it’s SCIENCE people! Duh. Biology and stuff. (Maybe chemistry. I’m a woman so I’m not that good at sciencey type things) Women have been know for years as being too fragile, too delicate, and let’s face it, not smart enough to be in the work force so it’s about time someone said so. They should be the opposite of bread winners, anti-bread winners, if you will. (Water losers?) Continue reading
A friend directed me to a website called ‘a voice for men’ and as I read through it I was pretty disgusted. The website’s purpose, as far as I can tell (I stopped reading after a few minutes due to my mind being incredulously blown) is to let the world know how unfair to men (and women) women’s rights are. How domestic violence and rape are ways in which women control men and statistics on these acts are false and skewed way too far toward women being victims. (Backed up by some sort of scientific research?) This group, in various articles and poster describe women (feminist) as “bat shit crazy”, “bigots” and tells us, lest we be misled, “just because you regret it doesn’t make it rape”. Continue reading
The other day I saw a good movie. It was called Lola Versus. It’s about a 29-year-old woman who is about to get married to her very awesome boyfriend. Everything is going great until right before the wedding when her very awesome boyfriend can’t take the pressure of getting married and dumps her. Lola takes the next year to figure out who she is, what she wants, and how to be happy on her own. At the end of this movie her very unawesome boyfriend, who she is now friends with, comes to her and says he had the space he needed and is now ready to marry her. She tells him she’s happy to be his friend but she spent the whole year obsessing over him and needed her own space. She didn’t want to be with him. And the movie ended (spoiler alert) with her being very happy on her own. And what was my reaction to her decision to be a happy single gal? Anger and disappointment!?!?! Continue reading
Whilst texting back and forth with my friend Jerra the other day she pointed out that all of the iphone emoji icons were pretty sexist.
WHAT THE FLERK, elves that live in my iphone and make icon images!?!?!?!
Why are all the bros doing adventurous, fun, sporty things while the ladies are having facials? The men are policemen, bike riders, coming up with bright ideas, snowboarding and what are the women doing? Getting their hair cut, twin cat dancing(!?!), they are princesses and brides. No fair. Continue reading
(Click on page to make bigger and please make sure to check out the poll questions under the article. “This woman has no business wearing that outfit in front of people.” Nice.)
Bravo lady blogger.
Don’t get me wrong, I love making fun of people as much as the next a-hole. (Have you seeeeeen Gwyneth Paltrow’s third toe on her right foot? Yikes! Most beautiful woman my rear-end.) Continue reading
So I read this article http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2238592/Egg-freezing-fathers-graduation-present-daughter-claims-leading-fertility-expert.htmlentitled “Egg freezing should be every father’s graduation present to his daughter, claims leading fertility expert”
(Just so you know I got the book “Oh The Places You’ll Go,” for my graduation present from my parents, clearly a waste of money) Continue reading