UConn Student objects to Husky Logo as “Promoting Rape”
The new logo was unveiled last week, but a self-described feminist student (surprise) Carolyn Luby wrote that the redesigned team logo will “intimidate women and empower rape culture”.
Luby also wrote, “What terrifies me about the admiration of such traits is that I know what it feels like to have a real life Husky look straight through you and to feel powerless, and to wonder if even the administration cannot ‘mess with them.’ And I know I am not alone.”
The logo and the teams it represents are menacing to women, she wrote.
“Jurors get stuck on wanting evidence”
…Because wanting evidence to convict a man is patriarchy.
Your uterus has 300,000 eggs in it?
Either you failed biology or you’re into some kinky behavior (that may explain her smile).
This year 3 out of 10 homeless people in Canada were women: Government and Private Enterprise respond by joining forces to help women exclusively.
“We must have Canadians sign a pledge to help alleviate the plight of women who are either homeless or struggling.”
THIS is why feminists (particularly those in government office) get no respect from me. Their narcissism and inability to look beyond their own sense of self-inflicted victimhood only creates larger inequalities anomgst men and women — at the expense of taxpayers.
Here’s a brilliant idea:
Why not stop ALL homelessness. REGARDLESS of the nature of the person’s genitals? Why not help people because they are human beings? Because feminism has never been about equality.
Elizabeth Jones, 22, was sentenced to 16 months in prison after she lied that a man raped her because she “did not like him.” The man was arrested, taken into custody, and questioned for nine hours. CCTV of the house in which Jones claimed to have been attacked did not support her story. Contrary to her tale, it did not show her being forcibly taken there. Jones admitted to one count of attempting to pervert the course of justice. The story is reported here.
This was Jones’ eleventh false rape claim in a decade. She made her first complaint in 2004 when she was just 13. In 2009 she was given a ten month detention and training order for a similar offence. Between 2005 and 2007 she had made eight other allegations, which police investigated, but she was never charged.
Judge Derwin Hope said her offences had caused a “terrible emotional experience” to her alledged attacker. But he also said it struck at the heart of the criminal justice system. Megan Topliss, defending, said her client had endured a disturbed childhood and had been left traumatised after being taken into care.