dare i say that i would like to RAPE the current propaganda of the Strongwoman movement, but please hear me out. i propose a satire - a non-violent satirical comedy - full of characters highlighting the differences between men and wombn. the first thing these characters would highlight is right in the word "women," for it's so obvious to see that "women" is derived from "womb" and "man," given that there is no defined B sound in the word "womb".
aside from highlighting women as being defined by their wombs, these characters would belittle women as "masculine wannabees" simply by ridiculing the high-heeled shoes that women wear as a way for the shorter gender to see eye-to-eye with men. the comedy would belittle women as "masculine wannabees" by ridiculing the shoulder-pads that they wear as a way for them to conceal their slight shoulders and backs, in an effort to appear big and broad. it could ridicule the gun-wielding female police officer who speaks with much volume and authority despite her testosterone-lacking voice of no deep bass whose job is to "protect and serve" despite her inability to lift a wounded man and carry him to safety.
i live in pennsylvania, where there is a grocery store called "giant eagle" in cranberry township that has a parking space reserved for the handicapped...as well as for "new and expectant mothers" it's quite satirical, the well-known handicapped symbol right above the "reserved for new and expectant mothers" sign. these characters could belittle the "anything a man can do" mantra, simply by having the beginning credits end with a pink "granny" type of car pulling into a space reserved for the aforementioned physically-challenged, and by having a "lara croft" type of Strongwoman exit the car and look right at the camera while flexing her muscles with the "reserved for new and expectant mothers" sign right in back of her.
in fact, there could even be a man exiting the store and walking in front of the physically-challenged parking spot while pushing a shopping cart full of groceries. as he passes in front of the female flexing her muscles right in front of the "reserved for pregnent women" sign, he could put a box of tampax tampons right on her car while saying "strong enough for a woman," and the opening credits would end right there.
this probably wouldn't be able to be used, but there is a company called "terry's plumbing" that is not far from the grocery store in cranberry township, its slogan is "don't go to bed with that drip tonight" - and that could somehow be used to ridicule women and their monthly egg-leak. something like "the reason you leak blood, little miss, is because you're not using your body for what it was designed" or "the bloody vagina bleeds for men" or "men are the only ones to keep your vagina from bleeding eggs".
the show could belittle women by highlighting society's penchant for making competitions gender-based. first came gender-based college sports-teams that were not paired with gender-based spelling bees, as if to say a woman has a man-like brain but no man-like physical prowess. there are the gender-based "women vs. men" fitness competitions at the ymca that are only cardio, no strength required. there are the gender-based physical requirements of the military a woman can do anything a 78 year-old man can do. the "coney island hot dog eating competition" having to add a "womens' division" in order for women to triumph alongside of never over men. how can i forget the mother of all overcompensation known as "affirmative action," right?
www.anti-gay.com - www.jaggedlittledyl.com - are my 13 year-old websites of anti-woman/anti-gay/anti-minority satire and this link requires real media/real video
the characters could belittle women as being designed for motherhood, highlighting the mammary glands and the monthly blood-leak of the vagina that are both directly related to motherhood. the script could belittle women as always being victims of domestic abuse, only being able to sneak up on a man while he's sleeping to cut off his penis...when men would be more than able to take and hold a female police officer down while ripping off her uniform and cutting off a breast. no matter how she struggles, no matter how forcefully she yells "you're under arrest" or "stop in the name of the law," there would be no way for the female police officer to keep a man from slicing off a breast and eating it right in front of her as if his name was hannibal lecter and he was competing in "the coney island woman-eating competition".
let's see...gender-based competitions, high-heeled shoes, shoulder-pads...what else? ah, curves fitness...this new comedy could ridicule curves fitness - where women go to feel safe. where women go to shield themselves from weights that are too heavy for them to lift. where women go to feel unlike members of the pipsqueak-gender by method of "no men allowed".
how could i forget "maternity leave," where the bloody vagina wants to be paid for not working at her job in order to put her milk-faucets to use and to care for the product of femininity. maybe in the first scene, someone could say these words: "isn't it obvious, between the 'maternity leave' and the monthly unstable moodiness of the menstrual cycle and the disability of females which lies beneath the gender-based anything...that females have too much baggage to be useful employees?"
anyway, my website of 13 years is full to the brim with mockery of women, of gays, of minorities - in case you'd want some more ideas. it started as "www.jaggedlittledyl.com" in 1999, i named it in honor of alanis morissette's "jagged little pill" which i was quite obsessed with in 1998...it grew into a gay-bashing metropolis so i registered "anti-gay.com" - and with the plethora of woman-scorn that was added, i registered strongwomen.info and LadiesSavetheDay.com...there are quite a few domains pointing to jaggedlittledyl.com, each domain pointing to a specific page of ridicule that is relevant to whichever domain name was accessed. it is quite a metropolis, the police had a song called "too much information" which i guess i could parody as "too much propaganda". speaking of song parodies, my site also features over 700 of them that i've written these 13 years.
dylan terreri, i
"When I'm hungry, I eat. When I'm thirsty, I drink. When I feel like saying something, I say it." - Madonna
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