24. Two blogs to check out today
23. Speaking of trannies…
… which a reader did this morning, well yes, it’s designed to destroy family, is it not? Yet another nail in the coffin.
As the Spectator’s James Kirkup revealed, transgender activists attack parental rights by getting ahead of the government agenda, tying their issue to more popular movements to create a “veil of protection,” and working in secret to “keep press coverage to a minimum.” In this way, they use their status as a minority to manipulate the government into enacting policies that would be opposed by the majority.
Dentons, which claims to be the world’s biggest law firm, crafted the report, working with Thomson Reuters Foundation and the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Intersex Youth & Student Organization (IGLYO). Both Dentons and the Thomson Reuters Foundation claim the document does not necessarily represent their views, but they helped draft it, nonetheless.
This has been the case with every world agenda rolled out so far – get ahead of any legislation via the silly modern woman’s mind and the in-place heads and teachers, plus the deep captcha media/entertainment and there it is.
Cue the thought police whose only policing these days is thoughts and the circle is closed.
22. Miss Universe is a rubbish title
Joan Crawford? Oops, there has to be a no-puttin-it-about clause in their contract as well.
Miss Universe indeed! How do they know there’s not some nubile filly from Alpha Centauri or the Sontaran Empire who would not eclipse the field with her three eyes and four arms?
And where’s Miss Galaxy Quest?
So, this Zozibini Tunzi of South Africa won it, eh? How wonderfully PC of them, who was slipped how much? As for Miss World, that’s coming up on the 14th, this Saturday, where Vanessa Ponce will hand over her crown.
Why do wimmin do it? Well, for the Eve Imperative of course. And who is Man to scoff at that? I’m sure they’re all virginal like Miss Russia 2005 and nothing untoward goes on, like grabbing them by the … er … microphone.
Just personally, being from Mars, I … er … cough … do not find women in swimsuits and high heels particularly attractive, certainly not the giraffes they seem to get to these contests.
How about a Mrs. Post-Partum 2020, who must be in her 30s and can sport at least one spotty herbert? Height limit 5 foot four? No tadger. Swimsuit section one piece 1920s? I’m sure some of those babes would scoop the awards.
As for species and race – well let’s test this out – seeing as Miss South Africa won it, let’s put this to the test – who is the most gorgeous filly in this field? Which one did even one of the band members blow a kiss to?
Now, let’s address this physical form thing and the still of the clip shows this clearly. I’d suggest that height in a woman = loss of curve.
Speaking purely aesthetically, mind, the one in red [Ashley Bodill by the way, Gauteng, grad of University of Pretoria] retains the continuity of line, one curve flows into the next, but give her some inches and it would be lost in the increasingly straight lines. Also, to stay in proportion, they’d need to become more Serena Williams.
21. You SJW-phobic racist misogynist
20. Not even the most beautiful going
19. Important post about FOVIKS
18. When they’ve completely lost the plot
[H/T Chuckles and haiku]