You don’t like women; you just like sex

“Why can’t I get a date?” some men ask. “I like women and I’m a nice guy.”

Then I see them post jokes where the punchline is some variation of “go make me a sandwich” — or they degrade Hillary Clinton’s looks instead of her politics — or they use words like “feminazi” to describe women who support equality.hugh-hefner-how-do-you-get-so-many-bitches

While I hold that nothing should be free from jokes and satire (and yes, I have found some truly offensive things hilarious before and so have you, admit it), when I see you post these kinds of “jokes” over and over again,  it tells me something. People who say “Hey, it’s just a joke” don’t realize how much the kind of joke you tell says more about you than anything else.

And what it tells me is that you don’t really like women; you just like sex with women. It’s not the same thing.

Maybe if you started to think of them as people deserving of respect, even when you disagree with them, you might get more dates and more long-term relationships. Maybe you’ll be more attractive to them if you build them up instead of tearing them down. I mean, isn’t that how you would like to be treated?

It’s not that hard of a concept, really.


Not all Republicans are racists, but…

…it sure seems sometimes that all racists are Republican.

Look, here’s a bunch of racists holding a protest in front of a NAACP building while proudly wearing their Donald Trump hats. The treason flag of slavery is draped behind them as they hold a sign saying “white lives matter.”racists

One of their signs reads “14 words” which stands for the white supremacist slogan, “We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children.”

You’ve seen these people at Trump rallies. They don’t get kicked out. Rather, it’s the black people who get removed. (Link, Link, link, link …)

The GOP needs to stand up to these people, but instead they seem to be embracing them — or at least tolerating them, which is tantamount to endorsing their position.

“Oh yeah?” someone is sure to respond. “Well, there are racists in the Democratic party too!” — then they’ll ironically point out either (a) some idiot on the fringe who hates white people and who is not endorsed or even tolerated by the Democratic party; or (b) a black politician who says something like “maybe the police shouldn’t target people of color.” If you think those things are equivalent to racial supremacists who preach hate, then you need a nice long look in the mirror.


Naked Trump appears in five cities

WARNING:  This cannot be unseen.naked trump

Naked Trump has suddenly appeared in five US cities today: New York, Seattle, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Cleveland. No one yet knows who created them or how they managed to coordinate them appearing all at once.

This is absolutely insulting. People are laughing at him.

It is a terrible way to treat a legitimate Presidential candidate.

And if anyone ever does this against a legitimate Presidential candidate, I’ll be the first to complain.

In the meantime, I will be actively doing what all tyrants hate: I will be laughing.

Trump Supporters Rush to Explain Away Latest Statement

(A generic article that can be posted daily)

In an effort to diminish damage caused by Donald Trump’s latest statement, his campaign has rallied to explain it away.

“He was just joking,” said one high-ranking official. “Also, this whole thing is a creation by the liberal media. It’s really nothing.”trump

“Not only that,” another announced, “but if you analyze what he said in a very specific way, you can see that it really can apply in certain limited circumstances that could possibly occur in this or other universes — so that makes it true.”

Chief campaign officials took advantage of the attention to blame Obama for things that had happened when he was a state senator, a college professor, and a child.

Fox News commentators , meanwhile, pointed out various things Hillary Clinton had said and done that were in no way similar but, when viewed in the proper light, would ignite the passions of Trump supporters. “Benghazi!” said Sean Hannity. “Benghazi Benghazi Benghazi.”

The general public, however, was astounded.

“Just when you think he can’t get any lower, he says this,” said one anonymous voter. “I can’t believe this is the best the Republicans could come up with.”

Vice Presidential candidate Michael Pence was not available for comment.