This, is sexist!!! From the Front Page Sections, translated…
Sometimes, if you want to know if something has hidden meanings, all you need to do, is a substitution, then, it all becomes, clear as day.
I’m going to serve up THREE practice questions, from a hot woman in tennis, the obituary of the author of Thorn Bird, to the Golden Globes and the Oscars, you can see instances of gender discrimination everywhere, but, the genders, they’re fighting back now.
One is for the recently ended Australian Open, the interview by the courtside had initiated the responses toward gender discrimination. “Can you turn around for us?”, the reporter for the Australian Television Station, Ian Cohen, had sparked the rants on gender discrimination. Cohen smiled toward Williams, who’d just finished a hard game in tennis, and asked her the above question; she is the world’s TOP female tennis player. “Would you ask Federer, or even, Nadal, to twirl for you too?”, this sort of a substation, IS the best way, to FIGHT back toward this sort of an idiotic interview.
In another single’s match, the female Canadian player, Eugenie Bouchard, was also, asked the same question. The twenty year old was stunned at first, then, she’d spun around shyly for him.
It’s ENOUGH! In his eyes, don’t the techniques weigh MORE than the skills, compared to the sexy figures, and the young bodies?
And, these sexist questions had sparked anger from the seventy-one year old, Billy Jean King who’d won twelve trophies in tennis in her career. She couldn’t help but shouted back, “If this is NOT gender discrimination, then, WHAT is?”
At the same time, the Australian press made ANOTHER Chauvinistic mistake. After the writer of “Thorn Birds”, Colleen McCullough had passed. The Australian press reported in her obituary that sums up her life, “McCullough, Australia’s best selling author, is a hunter of men. Ordinary looking, clearly obese, and yet, she’s still intelligent and warm. She’d once said, ‘I don’t care what I wear or what I look like; what’s interesting is, that I have all the men I want’”.
Would this be, what the writer of “Thorn Birds”’s proudest achievements, what she would be remembered by the world as? Her biggest achievement in life was with her slightly obese figure, and getting ALL the men she wanted?
And so, you see here, that women ARE beginning to FIGHT back toward losers’ sexist remarks, and this shows a change in the “power struggle”, because more and more women are realizing, that they don’t have to be perceived as sex toys, sex objects, and get ridiculed by losers, and, this, is a good thing, because at least, we’re getting the balance back, slowly, that is…