Category Archives: Civil Rights
The blurby follows, but the basic gist is that Sheikh Saad Al-Hijri, a preacher type dude, said that women can’t drive because their brain is one quarter the size of a man’s brain.
This guy is fricking brilliant. I’d like to take him out for a picnic sometime, so I can pick his brain.
Dumb is dumb, and this applies to all persons. I’d actually like to tell this guy that the next time he is saying stupid shit, please leave the rest of us out of it.
Mayor R. Rex Parris of Lancaster, California wants to ban ties in his city. I’m all for it.
The tie is the most ridiculous piece of clothing, ever. Wrapping a rope around your neck is a bad move and the same goes for any piece of material. Mr. Parris is concerned about blood flow being cut off. Hear, hear, Mayor. Let’s add in the questionable act of giving your enemies a dangerous handle on your life. Even more dubious is the fact that this clothing item is basically an arrow that extends down to, and points towards a man’s penis. What does it mean?
The beautiful Bailey Davis, NFL cheerleader for the New Orleans Saints, whose team is known as the New Orleans Saintsations, claims she was fired after posting an Instagram pic of herself in lingerie.
Who cares about her photo? Well, the hypocrites do.
The NFL team’s employee handbook says: “Nude, semi-nude, or lingerie photography is strictly prohibited and terms for immediate dismissal.”
Um, excuse me, but aren’t all the cheerleaders on the field semi-nude? Does the NFL believe people are watching these scantily clad ladies bounce around for their athleticism? I think we all know what’s going on here.
Al Franken’s political career: Over. Could he go back to comedy? Probably not.
Bill Maher, known for comedy, is in hot water for reenacting Al Franken’s picture of mock-u-groping a fellow comedian. Mr. Franken’s picture was with a woman, Leeann Tweeden while Mr. Maher’s pic was with Bob Saget.
Aha, a role reversal. What could it mean? Is this political comedy or victim shaming? Does it make fun of women’s rights?
Women have a hard time being on the same par as men when they are breaking into areas where men are in power. I get it.
People are way over thinking sexuality. You are confusing yourselves and others with the Ze and Zir thing. I still think it’s an affront to truly transgender persons.
That’s great that you are adding words to the dictionary. Who doesn’t love new definitions? For schizzle my nizzle.
However, I Wilfred, am here to help everyone get back to basics.
I will agree that the English language is limited and sexist. There is sir for men which means you don’t know if that guy is married or not, what parts he has, and who he wants to have sex with. Then there is miss, missus or Mrs., truly misogynistic as we know nothing of their parts or sexuality, except that these women are single or married. Even Ms. was revised but it backfired as people thought she was an unmarried female who didn’t want to be known as such.
The whole cis / trans thing has gotten way out of hand. This stems from chemistry where a molecule has the same components, but in a different arrangement, often making for different properties.
The same can be said of men and women: Different arrangements with different chemicals flowing through their bodies, and different roles which vary widely according to the culture they live in.
Yes, there are many different types of people and sexual persuasions. There are straight people, bisexuals, lesbians, gay men, transgender persons, and transsexual persons, including true hermaphrodites physically and genetically, and the list grows on. Nowadays you can select your life altering chemicals.
Although this has been in the news for awhile, it has recently come to my perfect non-stoner attention span that the feds say one can’t own a gun if one is a marijuana user.
The fact that something is legal within a state, but illegal within the country is very American and doesn’t just apply to the substance front.
Appreciate the cauldron of loopholes, politicians, lawyers, activists and the general laymen all operating on the state side, the fed side, and the individual rights side. Stir it up and see if there is anyone that can possibly buy some pot, and a gun. Gee, I wonder. . .
This documentary is a must see. Seriously disturbing doesn’t bring enough emphasis to the absolute evils of mankind, and for goodness sakes, in the name of God.
This movie is about the people in the town of Raqqa, Syria who fought the regime only to have a new regime come in and take over. ISIS.
My previous blog was about guns in America and how these horrific atrocities couldn’t happen with armed citizens here. Gun-toting Americans in each and every American city should be appreciated by naïve people who just can’t comprehend the absolute evil-doings of mankind.
Gun control? Let’s put it into a larger perspective.
I recently watched City of Ghosts. This movie was so disturbing that I must do a couple of blogs about it.
First and foremost, be careful what you wish for. The people in the town of Raqqa, Syria fought the regime only to have a new regime come in and take over. ISIS.
This documentary shows people rolling into town wearing black masks, doing deplorable acts, and then enacting all sorts of ridiculousness to include no more hospitals, no more schools, and even no more satellite dishes since a group of residents was broadcasting the horrors online.