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War of the Genders

A confrontational soapbox for rants and politically incorrect manifestos regarding feminism, chauvinism, dating and gender issues.

Saturday, October 02, 2004


Some quotes I greatly enjoyed:

"Why does the dad only become unfit for his parenting role after separation?"
-Jayne Woodman

"Behind every great man is a parasite."

"Women have always been the primary victims of war. Women lose their husbands, their fathers, their sons in combat. Women often have to flee from the only homes they have ever known. Women are often the refugees from conflict and sometimes, more frequently in today's warfare, victims. Women are often left with the responsibility, alone, of raising the children."
-Hillary Clinton

"Feminism was about MORE STUFF FOR WOMEN. Programs for men? Men have everything - don't they? ... Me?" she titters. "Sign up for the draft? Drill oil? You must be kidding. I'm not equipped for that. That's not the kind of Equality I mean."
-Rich Zubaty

"It would be less demanding, enslaving, perplexing and strenuous for a healthy male to screw a thousand women in his lifetime than to try to please one, and the potential for failure would be less."
-Irma Kurtz

"Without men, civilization would last until the oil needed changing."

"When women hold off from marrying men, we call it independence. When men hold off from marrying women, we call it fear of commitment."
-Warren Farrell

"Part of the reason that men seem so much less loving than women is that men's behaviour is measured with a female ruler."
-Francesca Cancian

"Women have emotions; men have deeper feelings."
-Rich Zubaty

"It is an amazing thing to see in our city the wife of a shoemaker, or a butcher, or a porter dressed in silk with chains of gold at the throat, with pearls and a ring of good value... and then in contrast to see her husband cutting the meat,all smeared with cow's blood, poorly dressed, or burdened like an ass, clothed with the stuff from which sacks are made... but whoever considers this carefully will find it reasonable, because it is necessary that the lady, even if low-born and humble, be draped with such clothes for her natural excellence and dignity, and that the man less adorned as if a slave, or a little ass, born to her service."
— Lucrezia Marinella, Venice, Italy, 1600
The Nobility and Excellence of Women TogetherWith the Defects and Deficiencies of Men

"After hearing from women for years about all the things they aren't going to do for men any more, and adding up all the demands for "more" from women, a simple cost-benefit analysis shows that a lot of men simply can't afford the luxury of a woman, and have opted for a simpler, more spartan lifestyle. Women have made themselves into the Edsels of the new millennium: overpriced luxury products that no one wants."


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