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Does not look too happy does she..

This is the supposed the female version of "robocop", that is, some pre-feminist wimp of a newspaper editor decided that praising women to be just as good as men at everything, is just beyond a good joke, actually it's a bad one..

How many more failed attempts do we have to witness before the endless praising of women in the services and armed forces. In the end we find out that the whole promotion of women outstanding action in the services was just some feminist's wet dream, a work of total fiction and one that was so far from the truth that it actually made matters worse than better..

How many times have we heard about Jessica Lynch who was the main character in the Iraq play acting event..
What about Inspector Diane Bamber who failed her fitness test and carried on like it was some conspiracy instead of her being a fat lazy old bitch who should have been sacked..
when Inspector Diane Bamber, 51, failed to meet the time limit, she claimed she had been left humiliated. She brought a sex and age discrimination case against her force, Greater Manchester Police, and now stands to win up to £30,000 after an employment tribunal ruled in her favour.
Watch how they change the rules to ensure the privileged princesses can further brag about how good they really are not. The pro. female sexism is astounding..

So on and on it goes as they fashion special privileges for women to make their way into other areas that they are not able or capable of working in..

For more about feminism have a look at this current Forbes article "How Feminism Became a Real Joke"

The latest news out of the feminist camp:Gloria Steinem is calling for a boycott of NBC’s “The Playboy Club.”
In 1963, Steinem famously went undercover at a Playboy Club and wrote an expose that painted working as a Playboy Club Bunny waitress as anything but glamorous. According to Steinem, at that time prospective Bunnies were required to be tested for venereal diseases.
“Clearly ‘The Playboy Club’ is not going to be accurate. It was the tackiest place on earth. It was not glamorous at all,” Steinem said, adding, “It’s just not telling the truth about the era.”
Meanwhile, the feminist icon gives “Mad Men” a pass “because it shows the world of the early 1960s with some realism.” 
1. It has no sense of humor.I’ll never forget sitting in a feminist film studies class when I was an undergraduate at the University of California at Berkeley listening to the professor explain the placement of a prop in the movie “Working Girl.” As I recall, a handle on a piece of workout equipment had been situated near Sigourney Weaver’s crotch. This, the female professor explained with grave seriousness, represented Weaver’s symbolic penis, and it was for this that her character would be punished.