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Yes it is my brother! These days, any man, particularly non-minority, who publicly stares at a good-looking woman is in danger of attracting leftist charges of "sexism."

 

Popular entertainment is replete with images discouraging men from appreciating, in public, the female form.

 

Verbal expressions are equally verboten.

 

Of course, these accusations don't generally apply to minority men or minority forms of entertainment where women are frequently depicted as throwaway sluts.

 

American feminists and their respective organizations who usually react immediatly whenever any woman, anywhere, is disrespected, don't have much to say about minorities and their less-enlightened displays of women.

 

So go ahead dude. Stare, gawk, leer, salivate, give her the once-over.

 

Just don't get caught.

 

 

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I think that life has improved a bit...

The Lynching of Emmett Till

The horrific death of a Chicago teenager helped spark the civil rights movement
In the summer of 1955, Mamie Till gave in to her son's pleas to visit relatives in the South. But before putting her only son Emmett on bus in Chicago, she gave him a stern warning:

"Be careful. If you have to get down on your knees and bow when a white person goes past, do it willingly."

Emmett, all of 14, didn't heed his mother's warning. On Aug. 27, 1955, Emmett was beaten and shot to death by two white men who threw the boy's mutilated body into the Tallahatchie River near Money, Mississippi.


Emmett's crime: talking and maybe even whistling to a white woman at a local grocery store.

 

 

Emmett's death came a year after the Supreme Court's Brown v. Board of Education decision outlawed segregation. For the first time, blacks had the law on their side in the struggle for equality. Emmett's killing struck a cord across a nation. White people in the North were as shocked as blacks at the cruelty of the killing. The national media picked up on the story, and the case mobilized the NAACP, which provided a safe house for witnesses in the trial of the killers. Emmett became a martyr for the fledgling civil rights movement that would engross the country in a few years.

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Yes it is my brother! These days, any man, particularly non-minority, who publicly stares at a good-looking woman is in danger of attracting leftist charges of "sexism."

 

Popular entertainment is replete with images discouraging men from appreciating, in public, the female form.

 

Verbal expressions are equally verboten.

 

Of course, these accusations don't generally apply to minority men or minority forms of entertainment where women are frequently depicted as throwaway sluts.

 

American feminists and their respective organizations who usually react immediatly whenever any woman, anywhere, is disrespected, don't have much to say about minorities and their less-enlightened displays of women.

 

So go ahead dude. Stare, gawk, leer, salivate, give her the once-over.

 

Just don't get caught.

 

 

for years i have told male employees to just be polite to females in the business and subsidiaries. never tell them they look nice, dress nice. never complimentthem on anything. act like a nuetered dog. such a shame it has come to this. treat women as nonexistent in the work place unless it is necessary for business.

it is also true if you hire an old battle ax with hairy legs. men will be more productive...rofl

 

 

btw. most feminists i have met (and not all) couldn't even get laid by an ugly fat drunken sailor.

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