Relax Ladies, Don't Be So Uptight ..........

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@alferdpacker wrote:

 


@ManicProgressive wrote:

 


Methinks this is because you view women as actual humans and not as accessories....


Yep that's true - male and female have always been equal - numerous historical lies and myths to the contrary...

Real men - have always considered the disingenuities and maliciously deliberate fabrications of males on the political right to be very poorly and very thinly disgused examples of disingenuous sexist and misogynistic dogwhistling...

 

Yep - dogwhistling isn't just a form of republican/conservative/trump supporter racist and economic lying- it's a form of sexist lying too - the lying orange toad does it every day...


We see it here avery day too, AP.  We see it with statements like "women turn to men to help them". 


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@ManicProgressive wrote:

 


Methinks this is because you view women as actual humans and not as accessories....


Yep that's true - male and female have always been equal - numerous historical lies and myths to the contrary...

Real men - have always considered the disingenuities and maliciously deliberate fabrications of males on the political right to be very poorly and very thinly disgused examples of disingenuous sexist and misogynistic dogwhistling...

 

Yep - dogwhistling isn't just a form of republican/conservative/trump supporter racist and economic lying- it's a form of sexist lying too - the lying orange toad does it every day...

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@alferdpacker wrote:


@ChasKy53 wrote:


@rk9152 wrote:


@ChasKy53 wrote:


@rk9152 wrote:


@CriticalThinking wrote:

Sounds like the Republican male members of the House and Senate


Sounds like some one obsessing with the Medium piece.

 

Which Republics taught us about "waitress sandwiches"? Which Republican taught kids that "eatin' ain't cheatin'"?

 

Which Republican ran a "war room" to attack her husband's accusers?


As usual, no comment on the actual contents of the article. Some old guys here and many men period still seem to be living in the past. So do most of the old white Republican men in the House and Senate.

 

Follow the bouncing ball. That was a response to the effort to make it a Republican problem


 


But no one claimed or said that it  was "a Republican problem". Follow the bouncing ball and comment on the actual article, you know, the topic.

 

 


republicans have a history of "problems" with real women who stand up for their rights, talk back, and don't act subserviently toward males...

 

The family has a number of pictures of Grandma wearing a pantsuit with tophat, monocle, and cane from the days when she was a suffragette prior to the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution. 

 

I'm the same age as the lying, cowardly, draft dodging, orange toad-man.

While the lying toad-man preferred women wearing panty hose and nylons, all the women I had any kind of interpersonal relationship with had long ago ceased wearing bras except for athletic activities, didn't shave their legs, or under their arms - they eschewed "big hair", makeup, perfume, and what were considered fashnionable dresses. They usually wore jeans, coveralls, and other kinds of more utilitiarian clothing.

My wife's concession to formal fashion since the early seventies has been a pinstripe pantsuit and five inch heels. 

A six foot two (without heels) Navajo/Ute/Hispanic woman in a pinstripe pantsuit weaing five inch heels cuts a striking figure...

 


Methinks this is because you view women as actual humans and not as accessories....

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@ChasKy53 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@ChasKy53 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@CriticalThinking wrote:

Sounds like the Republican male members of the House and Senate


Sounds like some one obsessing with the Medium piece.

 

Which Republics taught us about "waitress sandwiches"? Which Republican taught kids that "eatin' ain't cheatin'"?

 

Which Republican ran a "war room" to attack her husband's accusers?


As usual, no comment on the actual contents of the article. Some old guys here and many men period still seem to be living in the past. So do most of the old white Republican men in the House and Senate.

 

Follow the bouncing ball. That was a response to the effort to make it a Republican problem


 


But no one claimed or said that it  was "a Republican problem". Follow the bouncing ball and comment on the actual article, you know, the topic.

 

 


republicans have a history of "problems" with real women who stand up for their rights, talk back, and don't act subserviently toward males...

 

The family has a number of pictures of Grandma wearing a pantsuit with tophat, monocle, and cane from the days when she was a suffragette prior to the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution. 

 

I'm the same age as the lying, cowardly, draft dodging, orange toad-man.

While the lying toad-man preferred women wearing panty hose and nylons, all the women I had any kind of interpersonal relationship with had long ago ceased wearing bras except for athletic activities, didn't shave their legs, or under their arms - they eschewed "big hair", makeup, perfume, and what were considered fashnionable dresses. They usually wore jeans, coveralls, and other kinds of more utilitiarian clothing.

My wife's concession to formal fashion since the early seventies has been a pinstripe pantsuit and five inch heels. 

A six foot two (without heels) Navajo/Ute/Hispanic woman in a pinstripe pantsuit weaing five inch heels cuts a striking figure...

 

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Relax, Ladies. Don’t Be So Uptight. You Know You Want It.

 

 

Image result for image of the GOP elephant with it's trunk up a womans skirt

 

 

Even if you have not reached the legal age of consent and say NO!

 

How about if Republicans roofie the girls first so they can't say no?

 

Does that make it OK?

 

 

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@rk9152 wrote:

@ChasKy53 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@CriticalThinking wrote:

Sounds like the Republican male members of the House and Senate


Sounds like some one obsessing with the Medium piece.

 

Which Republics taught us about "waitress sandwiches"? Which Republican taught kids that "eatin' ain't cheatin'"?

 

Which Republican ran a "war room" to attack her husband's accusers?


As usual, no comment on the actual contents of the article. Some old guys here and many men period still seem to be living in the past. So do most of the old white Republican men in the House and Senate.

 

Follow the bouncing ball. That was a response to the effort to make it a Republican problem


 


But no one claimed or said that it  was "a Republican problem". Follow the bouncing ball and comment on the actual article, you know, the topic.


"The only thing man learns from history is man learns nothing from history"
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@ChasKy53 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@CriticalThinking wrote:

Sounds like the Republican male members of the House and Senate


Sounds like some one obsessing with the Medium piece.

 

Which Republics taught us about "waitress sandwiches"? Which Republican taught kids that "eatin' ain't cheatin'"?

 

Which Republican ran a "war room" to attack her husband's accusers?


As usual, no comment on the actual contents of the article. Some old guys here and many men period still seem to be living in the past. So do most of the old white Republican men in the House and Senate.

 

Follow the bouncing ball. That was a response to the effort to make it a Republican problem.


 

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God those commercials are awful. 

 

I willmsay, though, I am a Gen Xer. We thought those panty hose commercials were directed at our mothers. Nobody I knew wore pantyhose ever. Bare legged with a tan.

 

of course, we aren’t supposed to tan anymore, so there’s that.

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@rk9152 wrote:

@CriticalThinking wrote:

Sounds like the Republican male members of the House and Senate


Sounds like some one obsessing with the Medium piece.

 

Which Republics taught us about "waitress sandwiches"? Which Republican taught kids that "eatin' ain't cheatin'"?

 

Which Republican ran a "war room" to attack her husband's accusers?


As usual, no comment on the actual contents of the article. Some old guys here and many men period still seem to be living in the past. So do most of the old white Republican men in the House and Senate.


"The only thing man learns from history is man learns nothing from history"
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@CriticalThinking wrote:

Sounds like the Republican male members of the House and Senate


Sounds like some one obsessing with the Medium piece.

 

Which Republics taught us about "waitress sandwiches"? Which Republican taught kids that "eatin' ain't cheatin'"?

 

Which Republican ran a "war room" to attack her husband's accusers?

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