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Exactly where did this fool idea come from:

that supporting a right to choose requires approving all choices?

that condemning a choice means calling for it to be outlawed?

Is there a particular day or event to which we can trace this?

Maybe just a general decline in education and/or decency?
Posted by MsJaneFuzzyWuzzy | Thu Jan 21, 2021, 10:27 AM (0 replies)

Oh, it's always fun to read another thread about freedumb of choice.

Funny how it's always women's freedom to do self-destructive things that people get so militant about.

This isn't actually a relic. In the 60s, for instance, we didn't do this shit. Not even in the 50s, actually. This hooker heels business is a much more recent development and it is, you know, just so sex-positive.

And, like the whole surname-abandoning thing, women have such weird and wonderful excuses for their choices. One of my faves from the mid-90s or so, which is what I date this trend to, came from a woman I knew who was a big old feminist in local politics and business: it's good to be tall in those worlds, doncha know; gives a woman a stronger presence and makes people pay attention to her.

Gosh, if only we'd all realized how easy it was to get heard. Just strap on some stilettos.

My own suggestion is that we -- that means you, men -- stop selecting tiny little women for breeding. There is no evolutionary advantage for women to being small enough to be picked up and carried off, really. In fact, it's pretty obvious that selecting small women to mate with, and thus increasing the odds of small female offspring, achieves quite the opposite: it creates a class of human beings who are vulnerable to violence because of their size. And, in the case of hooker heels (like bound feet), unable even to get away.

And women, we need to reflect on why we feel a need to minimize the space we occupy in the world.

Meanwhile, I don't care that Harris wears sneakers off-camera. What she does on-camera is what the world and all the little girls and boys in it see.

Anybody who wants to pretend to believe that I said something I did not say, or meant something I did not mean, or think something I do not think, is entirely welcome to do so. Anyone who does so makes it clear that they are dishonest and that dishonesty is their only weapon (I decline to believe that anyone doing this is so stupid that they believe their own claim). Best of luck to them in their future endeavours.
Posted by MsJaneFuzzyWuzzy | Wed Jan 20, 2021, 04:42 PM (3 replies)
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