I know I said that I would do a review of the Creation Museum of the Ozarks. Well, fuck that. There’s a stupid letter that needs my attention.
Somebody agreed with Kathryn Jean Lopez on something, and that’s terrible. I don’t know which K-Lo article is being referred to, but they are all the same slut-shaming pro-rape nonsense (from an unmarried and childless woman, natch) so it doesn’t matter.
I graduated in 1965, and no teen girl would have ever thought of wearing the revealing clothing that is allowed in schools today.
I bet they never would have thought of listening to Justin Bieber either. What’s your point?
These young girls do get the results they seem to be seeking — the attention of the male students — and it is definitely not in a positive way.
Actually, from my limited experience with young girl’s fashion (seeing as how I once was a young girl, albeit a very anti-fashion one), the result they want is the attention (and acceptance) of FEMALE students. At least the popular ones. Minor digression.
Wait, no, that’s not a minor digression. Why is it always assumed that we always do things for the benefit of guys? Even little kids, uncorrupted by feminazi brainwashing, have lives of their own. Maybe it’s for boys, maybe it’s for their own benefit, maybe it’s to show that snotty Suzie Heinman in Mr. Wright’s class who is what.
When my husband and I saw the Tide commercial for the first time, we just looked at each other in disbelief. Selling the product was overshadowed by dad saying “no” to the short skirt to make the daughter aware that this attire was unacceptable.
But mom comes to the daughter’s rescue and essentially says, “What dad thinks doesn’t matter.” The daughter walks off with a smile on her face, and dad becomes the bad guy.
I haven’t seen the commercial in question, but I agree! How messed up is it to make one parent the bad guy?…
I also see mothers who show no self-respect for themselves by the revealing clothes they wear. They are not good role models for their impressionable daughters.
My bad. I forgot it’s OK to make one parent the bad guy if it’s a woman. Be she schoolgirl or mother, women assume all responsibilities for other people’s behavior.
We humans are what we eat and become what we allow ourselves to be surrounded by.
We conclude with an out-of-place cliche that can only be assumed to be a cunnilingus joke. Good night everybody!