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Erdogan – Undertaker of Democracy

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You do not want justice to do their job and discover corruption amongst you and your folks? Just dismiss them!

There is a corruption investigation in Turkey

There is a corruption investigation in Turkey and all he does is to dismiss the investigating authorities.

You do not want your people to argue against ‘your’ decisions? Put ’em into prison, hit ’em, cut Internet!

2Sorry for the Turkish people – sorry for all the women who have to wear a headscarf and are suppressed by power-mad misogynist. In Turkey and worldwide.

We do not want dictators like Erdogan n the EU.

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Men are responsible for the menopause

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Well, not really and since I am into girls I cannot say so. But, my dear straight sisters and bi-sisters, you should think about to slip under my blanket.

Hot flushes, night sweats, mood swings – menopause and its side effects can all be blamed on men, experts (men!) suggest.

50 and irresistable

Evolutionary geneticists from Canada’s McMaster University say men’s tendency to choose younger mates meant fertility became pointless for older women.
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In PLOS Computational Biology, they say this eventually led to the menopause.

But a UK expert said that was the “wrong way round” and men chose younger women because older women were less fertile.

In the UK, like elsewhere, the social system is changing. There are women who are starting families later, because of education or a career the average age for women to go through the menopause is now 52 even though the average woman goes on to live for another 30 years.

50 and so hot

Guess what, sisters? Women are so different…. from my experiences I am addicted to mature women. The sex is hotter, the experiences grown and they are simply the best lovers. Of course there are a very few exceptions *grin*

So happy I am into women – perhaps no menopause!

Starbride

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Facts About Women

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Here are a few nice facts about us!

Sally fire-swordApproximately 2 of every 100 (2%) women in the world have a supernumerary nipple which is a 3rd nipple. Be proud of what ya got.

Female ejaculate is similar to male ejaculate, minus the sperm….

In the United States there are more women than men. Worldwide there are more males than females (100 men vs approx 98.6 women).

International Women’s Day is recognized on March 8th each year. Some countries recognize it as an official holiday.

Wyoming was the first U.S state to grant a woman the right to vote.Sally from Scotland

Archeological researchers have made a recent claim to have found evidence that the Queen of Sheba did in fact rule over Southern Arabia which was then known as the capital of the Kingdom of Sheba.

Although highly unlikely to succeed in a Sharia court, in Saudi Arabia an old law still in effect says that if a husband doesn’t give his wife coffee that the woman can divorce him.

There was a woman who was pregnant for 17 months 11 days and is recorded as the longest human pregnancy ever.

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Senate Passes Violence Against Women Act, 22 Republican Male Senators denied

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By a vote of 78 to 22 the Violence Against Women Act re-authorization passed through the Senate this week.

Except  for 22 male Republicans, everyone supported the bill.

Among  them were Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Marco Rubio, the Republicans’ rising star and hope for a future Presidential run in 2016.

Have a look at those 22 misogynists:

22 mysogynists

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Mean-Spirited

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(Otherwise Known As My Shit List) (Not a Complete List) (Not In Any Order)

-The Taliban who kill women for educating themselves and who destroy world heritage sites and historic artifacts if they are not Islamic.
-The Westboro Baptist Church disrupting military funerals as part of their anti-gay agenda.
-The NRA which cynically warns Americans Obama is coming to take their guns so they will go out and buy more guns to hoard.
-The Tea Party continually denying the legitimacy of Obama’s Presidency.
-The Republican Party in nearly everything they do: gerrymandering voting districts, attacking women’s rights, restricting voter access, gridlocking the federal government with the Congressional filibuster just to make the Obama presidency fail, busting unions, voting for corporate welfare while denying it to people… the list is endless.
-The Koch brothers who fund covert political operations to control and subvert democracy.
-Dick Cheney exempting the frakking industry from all environmental regulation to enrich his friends at Halliburton and Big Oil.
-The North Korean government… pick a reason. Any reason.
-Ted Nugent for being a dick.
-Boy Scouts of America for denying membership to gays.
-The Catholic Church for sexually-molesting children and covering it up.
-Zionist settlers on the West Bank who deliberately make any efforts at Middle East peace an impossibility.
-Terrorists of any persuasion who believe their goals are more important than innocent people’s lives.
-Deniers of global warming.
-College frat hazing, especially at Dartmouth.
-The KKK
-Ayn Rand
-The Steubenville, Ohio police department and prosecuters.
-Driver’s license photographers
-Sheriff Joe Arpaio
-My twin sister
-Ann Coulter for calling me a whiny liberal bitch at her lecture at Denison University when I asked her a simple question.

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Modesty

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I’ve never been a proponent of modesty, either physically or intellectually. Its been a journey for me to cope with the culture of modesty which has been forced upon women by religion and cultural misogyny. Historically, most religions stress modesty as a virtue for women implying that the blame for sexual temptation in men should fall on the exposed female body, not on the the unbridled lust in the minds of men. But Islam seems to carry that blame to an extreme, requiring women to cover their bodies from head-to-toe which offends many in the West and for years offended me personally too. In 2009 French President Nicolas Sarkozy flirted with a law forbidding the hijab being worn in public. This was to curb the outward manifestations of the growing cultural incursion of Sharia on French society. It was seen as both cultural intolerance as well as an effort to free Islamic women from the oppression of Sharia in a western society, but surprisingly most Islamic women fought to preserve their right to wear the hijab and felt it was their right to freely practice their religion, or at least their cultural traditions. There was even an intellectual argument put forward that the uniformity of the burqa yielded a condition of equality for women in that the advantages of greater beauty were neutralized and the hassle of the distraction of men’s amorous attentions were removed in the workplace and all public venues. Many of us can’t help but feel these are rationalizations and that Muslim women are in reality yielding to the pressure and threats from men in Islamic society whose true motives are subjugation and oppression. If only we could free our Muslim sisters from that dominance. I thought that myself for years, but then someone pointed out that women like me are never vocal about freeing Catholic nuns from their habits. That was true, and made me reconsider the personal offense I took at the burqa and what I thought it represented.

There is controversy among objective scholars of Islam whether or not the Quran overtly requires women to cover their heads. Many say the restrictions on women’s attire come more from Middle Eastern culture than from literal Sharia. That culture deriving from Quranic scholars interpreting the Law too broadly to reenforce the dominance of male supremacy rather than from the literal word of Allah as written in the Quran. The pertinent verse 024.031 only defines a woman’s physical “ornaments” which she must veil as her bosoms. This is re-enforced by a later reference towards the end of the verse stating that a woman may not strike (stamp) her feet in a way to draw attention to her ornament, meaning obviously making her tits jiggle. Stamping your feet does not physically affect any other part of a woman’s body other than her breasts after all, so it seems clear that the intent of that verse is that the breasts are the focus of a woman’s modesty under the Quran.

The verse of the hijab which describes the use of a veil over a woman’s head comes from the Quran 033.053 and refers specifically to the wives of Mohammed, not Islamic women in general. So the tradition of Islamic women veiling their heads comes more from a cultural emulation of the Prophet’s wives, not from Sharia prescription itself. If this is a religious choice and a statement of cultural identity, then women who make that personal choice freely should be respected. Unfortunately, many have their religion forced upon them by their family’s expectations and the choice is usually coerced. Accepting the religion of our family and peers also entails the acceptance of the trappings of male institutions of subjugation which have contaminated nearly all religious faiths in the world today.

But we need to consider first principles and ask why modesty is a virtue at all beyond being a consequence of men historically blaming women for their own weaknesses. A few decades ago there was an epidemic of violent rape in Israel and Golda Meir’s cabinet ministers (males) recommended that the Prime Minister institute a curfew on women to curtail the incidence of women being victimized until the men committing the rapes were apprehended. Meir shot back, “Men are committing the rapes. Let THEM be put under curfew.” This is why we need more women as heads of state or even better, heads of everything! (Hillary 2016!) There is an ingrained male perspective on ALL of our social institutions, and it would be a healthier world if we tilted the scale towards the female perspective. Women are raped because of the weakness of men’s souls and the strength of their bodies. Instead of stifling women’s beauty under burqas, perhaps men’s strength should be crippled by debilitating counter-weights or other physically constraining measures just as women are inconvenienced now under religious customs devised by men.

Taking offense at the whole culture of misogyny by Middle Eastern men (and Republicans in America) is something I don’t plan to give up in the name of multi-culturalism and open-mindedness. Misogyny should be offensive to everyone. To me all religion is unnecessary and an age-old source of evil and conflict and I doubt there will ever be peace on Earth until it is eradicated. But… fat chance! To my thinking all religions with very few exceptions are tools of male dominance. Any other interpretation by women is wishful thinking. The irony is that the principles that most major religions of the world have in common are love, peace, tolerance, and harmony, which are feminine characteristics. Men have buried those honorable principles under endless arguments and hair-splitting which only separate people and stir up enmity. The profession and the reality of religion are two mutually exclusive things and it is predominantly the failings of the male personality which have made religion the bane of civilization.

So I reject modesty and the male institutions which have foisted it upon us.

(c) February 5th, 2013 Bethany Ariel Frasier

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