The feminists are now indulging in so much cake eating, the ambulance service will have to reinforce the stretchers in order to get them out of their sad commune. Yet again, they have been having their cake and eating it in this spectacular, and quite unbelievable, piece bemoaning the death of the gentleman.
How dare the feminists claim that they can re-construct masculinity in the form of gentlemanly behaviour when they were so instrumental in its destruction?
For decades, men have been shouted at for holding open doors, scorned for offering to pay the bill on the first date, shamed for earning more than their wives so they could support a family and, now, when we finally see the fruits of the feminist and sexual revolution in the form of Trump and Ched Evans, there they all are, the feminists of all people, crying over ‘toxic masculinity.’
Well, masculinity may indeed be toxic in some places, but it went hand-in-hand with the trashing of femininity and the mocking of female modesty. The feminists, on the one hand, faint when men objectify women and their bodies, yet positively celebrate when some women – just some, mind – use their bodies to exploit the male sex drive for their own professional and material gain.
If you want gentlemen, then you have to have ladies, and let’s just call a spade a spade here when we know being a lady is mocked and scorned by the feminists.
While everyone was hysterical at the words of Donald Trump in his sexist tape, let’s just remember, call to mind shall we, what the lovely Arianne Zucker actually wore when meeting those two knuckleheads Trump and Bush.
It was a dress cut very short at the front to show off her fabulous legs, and cut very, very low at the back to reveal her equally sensual back. Ms Zucker wanted to be noticed in this dress – that is why she wore it. It was less a dress and more like underwear if you ask me, but we are not allowed point this out.
Or indeed we could take a look at this ‘crotch-baring dress’ these ‘ladies’ are wearing.
Supposedly, we are not to tolerate any man who might objectify a woman who wears a dress like this. Obviously, Bella Hadid dispensed with her underwear in public not to get noticed and not to have her career boosted by all the media attention it would generate. I do believe I wore more clothes on my wedding night.
And let’s not forget the delightful Miley Cyrus who in no way used her body or indeed finger foam thingy to boost her career when she very demurely, and modesty decided to ‘twerk’ (I believe is the term) at a show.
In her music video she just went the whole 9 yards and dispensed with the clothes completely.
Anyway, so after all this, the feminists – the feminists no less – are going to teach men how to be gentlemen. You just could not make it up. We are told ‘the ultimate gentleman learns to suppress his worst urges.’ I am sure that is true – and you know what, the same goes for women. Which means not getting out of your mind drunk and having a threesome, or perhaps putting on some clothes when you are on the red carpet, and, finally, leaving the foam finger at home.
If the feminists believe they can bring back the gentlemen without any quid pro quo on their part, then they are even dumber than I thought. You want young men to start acting like Mr Darcy, then you better channel your inner Lizzie Bennett. Sadly, all I ever see in town centres are drunken Lydias.