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I, feminist

For the record, I support equal-opportunity public toplessness. I am also interested in knowing when they plan on taking their tour to a town near me. Shockingly, a lot of men with cameras in this pic.

7 Responses to “I, feminist”

  1. Weer'd Beard Says:

    Yeah Dad was telling me about that when I was in Portland for Easter. Bummer I missed it.

  2. John Smith Says:

    The way I understand you did not miss much…

  3. Sailorcurt Says:

    “I’m really upset by the men… all the men that are here, just like watching it like it’s a parade.”

    “We should be able to walk down the street and not have this many men taking pictures of us,” a participant shouted.

    That’s just funny right there.

    It fits the profile though…feminists have, for decades, been indoctrinating women to believe that there really aren’t any fundamental differences between men and women.

    So the women who buy that tripe just expect everyone else in the world, men included, to think just like they do.

    When men refuse to cooperate and actually act like…you know…men…they’re completely baffled by it.

    “We’re walking down the street exposing a part of our bodies that men find almost irresistibly sexually enticing…why won’t they stop looking at us and taking our pictures???”

    Duh.

  4. Dixie Says:

    1) Sure they’re topless… but are they good looking?

    2) What Curt said. Men are wired to go all drooly over the boobs. Expecting us to do anything different is… well, mot so bright.

  5. Fangbeer Says:

    The two up front in the second link look a lot like dudes.

    Actually…they pretty much all look like dudes from the back. I’m guessing that looked like a fried egg parade from the front.

    Just like there’s no such thing as a working command economy, there’s also no such thing as a working command society. One day I will live in a world where people are bright enough and honest enough to realize that equality is possible without everything being exactly the same, and that no equality can be socially engineered by decree.

    Step 1 is dropping the ridiculous notion that men and women are exactly the same, and recognizing that men and women are different. What a concept, right?

  6. NMM1AFan Says:

    Dude, it’s _Maine_. (shudder)

  7. Laughingdog Says:

    ““We’re walking down the street exposing a part of our bodies that men find almost irresistibly sexually enticing…”

    I have a hard time picturing feminists breasts being that enticing, or at least these particular ones, judging by the shots of their backs.