Men should be seen and not heard.
Except for male comedians, who are objectively funnier!
“unwomen”. Is this a new word?
This is being rolled out for a reason. And it is not to make society any better:
You really shouldn’t feed bears.
so … um, does this mean, say, goats are OK? If it’s like a respectful relationship and stuff?
Asking for a friend.
Wishing to remain a virgin, Polyphonte fled to the mountains to become a companion of Artemis.
Yeah, we know what that means
This provoked the ire of Aphrodite, the goddess of love and procreation, who viewed Polyphonte’s decision as a personal affront. To punish Polyphonte for failing to honor her womanly duty, Aphrodite drove her mad and caused her to lust after a bear.
Artemis was disgusted with Polyphonte and so turned the wild animals against her. Fearing for her life, Polyphonte was forced to return to her father’s home.
Birth of the Bear Twins
Once at home, Polyphonte gave birth to two humanoid bear-like sons, Agrius and Oreius (the result of her union with the bear).
Imagine, college students reading stories about those filthy ancient Greeks. University students should be restricted to A Children’s Bible (the pure parts version, not stuff like Lot’s daughters having sex with their father, unless it’s used to teach girls to be obedient when Daddy wants some.)
Send your kid to school, unlearn them when they get back or homeschool them. These people are a cancer:
More madness at school:
I don’t have any particular issue with this:
However, does anyone know why “Shinfield” is potentially racist? I’ve looked online and can only find a village called Shinfield.
EDIT: Brainfart! The Black Boy is in Shinfield. I thought there was a pub called Shinfield. This dirty martini’s gone to my head.
These new terms seem to be made up each week. Round table clowns deciding language.
I know right, ‘American Supremacist’. Give me a break!
Why is it always either an associate professor or a PhD student? She’s made a name for herself if nothing else.
That’s the goal. Soon she’ll be on CNN.
Trust the science (the side of it we like):
Awomen for that.