Two things came out of the recent miss usa contest: the false claim of a wage gap between men and women, and that public vastly supportive of trading all freedom for ‘security’.
First up is miss utah, was asked “A recent report shows that in 40 percent of American families with children women are the primary earners, yet they continue to earn less than men. What does this say about society?” I already talked about this ‘report’ here http://wp.me/p2YaVQ-bq where the outright LIE of wage inequality is still pervasive in the public sphere. Anyway it was interesting to see women attack one of their fellow women when she did not tow the line when she said it was men who should solve the problem and create more jobs.
Some feminist women writer ranting against her “You’re a woman. What do you think about that inequality as a young woman at the beginning of your career?” http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/miss-utahs-scatterbrained-answer-to-the-pay-gap/2013/06/20/3551c39a-d8e5-11e2-a9f2-42ee3912ae0e_story.html
How completely sad that this angry feminist is upset at some attractive young women who doesnt believe in the pay gap, or at least as fervently as the writer does.
As a lot on the manosphere point out, once you break from the herd, they are just as vicious to you as any male, sometimes worse. That is why its refreshing to have girl bloggers on the same points.
You know whats a lie you feminist bitch? The page gap is a lie! Research it yourself instead of believing somebody else! Don’t believe me, prove it to yourself!
2nd. Miss alabama would rather go to the mall than have freedom.
Her answer to being asked if NSA spying was ok: “”I think the society that we live in today, it’s sad that if we go to the movies, or to the airport, or even to the mall that we have to worry about our safety,” McCord said. “So I would rather someone track my telephone messages and feel safe wherever I go than feel like they’re, um, encroaching on my privacy.”
So here is a woman that is held up as some sort of idol to the people, strictly only because of her looks. (Which btw, feminists, do you support these beauty pageants? If so you are supporting ‘shallowness’ If not what is wrong?)
The saddest thing, is instead of being booed off the stage for trading freedom for mall trips and texts, she was hailed as a hero and received cheers, screams and claps.