What is So Bad About the Human Race Dying Out?

After observing a lot of male, human filth for a while, I have come to the conclusion that humanity, as it stands, is not worth perpetuating. I think many women have come to that conclusion and that is why those who of us who are permitted education and some measure of economic self-sufficiency, have chosen not to perpetuate it.

A lot of people talk about The End in various ways, an apocalypse, a return of the E.T.s, the return of a savior of men, the complete destruction of our planet due to an asteroid or man-made disasters. But, as I watch the Muslim hordes streaming into Western nations and the men’s response to this, which has been mostly to further denigrate women, blame women, and refuse to allow justice for women and children who have been victimized by their brothers, I realize that this thing is going to come to an end because man, and particularly men, are not worth saving.

I’ve watched some videos of German women, some kind of politicians, saying they don’t care what happens to Germany.  Why don’t they care? Is it because they, as some have suggested of Angela Merkel, do not have next generation to protect because they understand the the so-called civilization we have is not worth perpetuation.

Men have no power to reproduce themselves. Only we have that ability and when we decide, we can end the filth, the denigration, the perversion, the sickness and the violence that is men. The only way to kill the thing that sucks our blood, that feeds on our energy and our bodies, is to end our own regeneration. As the host dies, so will the parasite.

It won’t happen overnight or even in a few years, but it appears to be an eventuality and the only thing I can see that might change it is if men were to learn to respect women.

But, we know this is not possible. And, it may be that this is how it will end and that is okay because we don’t need anymore men!

The Difference Between Men’s Rights (MRM) and Islam is Negligible

The Men’s Rights Movement and Islam have a lot in common. The men in both groups hate women and girls and believe in the abuse, rape and enslavement of us.

The following video has supposedly been made by an Iranian man who talks about the amazing benefits of Islamic enslavement to women, how women are given all kinds of special rights at the expense of men, and the men are the truly oppressed ones.

Yes, Muslim women are the oppressors of Muslim men. Really!!!

You will notice as you listen to this video, that it could easily have been made by any Men’s Rights Activist or supporter of the MRM. Among other things, he is amazed the the women have no respect for men and have no sense of humor. Sound at all familiar?

Here’s the video. It is full of anti-woman hatred. You’ve probably heard it before from the men in your own country, but you can see that Western men are not different from Muslim men or any others. They are nothing more than living, breathing filth and they attempt to project their filth onto women in their many reversals.


Right-wing Men Lament the Decline of White Births While Calling Women “Sluts,” “Bitches,” and “C*nts”

As the white population declines in W. Europe and probably in the U.S., white men blame white women while calling us sluts, bitches, c*nts, and worse and doing nothing whatsoever to stem the tide of their violence against us.

It is true that many women, especially white women who have been allowed an education, have shunned reproduction. What intelligent woman would volunteer herself as a sacrifice to the Family Court system in the U.S.? None volunteer, of course. Many realize far too late that men are abusers of women, not just as individual abusers to individual women, but as part of a long-established system of abuse of women and our children.

Many women do not have children because we do not wish to bring more victims or perpetrators of rape and male violence into this world. For this, the men blame us. We are bitches, they say, because we eschew them, resist associating with them whenever we can.

As you know, if you’ve been following my posts at this blog, I’ve been watching what is going on in Western Europe from afar. I’ve, also, been watching what is going on locally – and there are some frightening things going on where I am right now involving Muslim men. I’ve wondered why so many people in W. Europe, especially Germany, are ready to give up on German culture. Why don’t they think it’s worth it?

I think I have an answer: It’s the men.

Men hate women and while the white, Western European male might not wish to have his power challenged by Muslims, he really does not mind what happens to the women since most of them are not interested in him, anyway.

I came to this conclusion after following some YouTube channels run by W. European men, where they post about the invading Muslims. While they are upset that these Muslim men are coming in, they are expressing their hatred and rage of European, white women. They hate them, hate them with a rage that goes beyond anything I, as a woman, can imagine. I have had terrible enemies in my life, I’ve survived some awful things – but, I do not have the kind of hatred for anyone that these men have for women, especially white women. I’m simply not capable of hatred like that. Probably, most women are not.

I hope the women of Western Europe can find a way out from underneath this. But, I don’t see an easy answer. The hatred of the men seems inescapable. The white men have become even more degenerate as the Men’s Rights Movement – which I think is an orchestrated movement, it is not grass roots, it’s not incidental, someone with big, international money is probably funding it – has moved into these countries like Germany and Sweden that once seemed to be making strides in women’s liberation.

And now their Muslim brothers are coming to join them.

I am sad that men hate us so much. It’s not that I care about men, anymore, but it is so sad to see our entire way of life coming to an end because they can’t stop their violence against us, they can’t stop their filthy abuse of us. It’s not in them. They have failed as human beings completely – and, of course, they blame us. They never change.





The Danger of Women’s Commercial Hair Care Products: The Lawsuit Against a Male T.V. Hairdresser

The first lawsuit started last year when a woman reported balding due to the use of a product called Wen, which is made and promoted by a man named Chaz Dean and a marketing company called Guthy-Renker, all from Los Angeles, California. Guthy-Renker’s products include Pro-Activ, which is sold as an anti-acne product. Their products are sold by means of infomercials with appearances by such celebrities as Alyssa Milano and Brooke Shields. Some details about the lawsuit are available here: http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/business/2015/04/02/wen-hair-conditioner-lawsuit/70822018/ It has grown in two class action suits with reportedly more than 200 complainants and the number still seems to be growing.

Note: This evening, while I am still writing this, it has been reported that two suits are going into mediation: http://topclassactions.com/lawsuit-settlements/lawsuit-news/262922-wen-hair-product-class-action-lawsuits-head-to-mediation/

As I’ve previously mentioned, I don’t have television. But, I did watch some of these infomercials, available on YouTube, which are or have been aired late at night on television. QVC is a cable and satellite T.V. network that is devoted entirely to infomercials and this product’s infomercials have been run there and it can be purchased from QVC and from luxury, high end cosmetics company Sephora (pronounced se-For-uh, with the accent on the second syllable).

I have been reading the allegations by many women – maybe as many as a hundred that I’ve personally read – against this product line, called “Wen,” and those who sell it. It seems significant that all the alleged victims are women and the alleged perpetrator is a gay man who teaches women how to properly perform femininity on television.

The complaints against the company are actually two-fold:

The first and the absolute most horrifying is that this product has made women’s hair fall out in clumps. Sometimes this occurs upon the very first use of the product. At other times, dramatic hair loss, as much as 1/3 to 1/2 of a formerly healthy head of hair, occurs over a period of usage such as a week or two.  Many of the women thought they had serious health problems like lupus and were tested by baffled doctors. There are claims of careers ruined (that one was a model), marriages ruined and occasions missed along with depression and and anxiety.

The second aspect of the complaints involves billing practices. Women were charged for, at least, three months and sometimes indefinitely for products even after they cancelled their orders. In many cases, people did not realize that behind the “One-time purchase” button there was small print regarding on-going billing. Many people reported that their credit card companies were not cooperative and refused to cancel or reimburse them. One woman reported that after she cancelled her credit card, the company continued to send this product, Wen, along with an invoice. When she did not pay it, she says, she was turned over to a collection agency.

What kind of hatred and disrespect does it take for someone to do this to other people? Oh, that’s right. They’re only women. At least, the vast majority of complaints are from women and this product’s advertising is aimed at women.

I took a look at the advertising for this product because I enjoy doing that kind of thing.

Harmful cosmetics are a feminist issue because they are part of women’s and girls’ gender prison. Firstly, there is the fact that women are encouraged to buy and use often very expensive commercial beauty products in order to live up to a beauty standard set by misogynists. Secondly, there is the problem that these products are, more often than not, comprised of unhealthy, even dangerous, laboratory chemicals.

The advertising, itself, is, also, a feminist issue because it is advertisers (almost all of whom are still male as the ad business, itself, is viciously male-dominated) who largely shape women’s and girl’s perceptions of ourselves.

Advertisers promoted the insidious image of the “housewife,” based on women’s status as domestic servants to men. This is how they sold kitchenware, laundry soap, cleaning products, food products and coffee to women.  This was the dominant type of advertising in the 1950s and 1960’s.

But, there is now a trend for women to sexually objectify themselves, to aspire to a lifestyle supposedly lived by celebrities like Paris Hilton.

After reviewing these ads and reviewing videos made by women and placed on Youtube, some of whom loved the product and many more of whom reported that is caused devastating hair damage and loss (the product was promoted to black girls and women and there is a particularly heartbreaking video of a young black girl crying about the matting to her hair caused by this product – probably due to fallen hair becoming entangled in her living hair), I have concluded that this product was sold by means of a technique called “branding” – a more modern style of advertising.

This is where not only a name, but a lifestyle associated to the name, is attached to a product. In this case, the name is Chaz Dean and the lifestyle is a lavish, trendy Hollywood one, as evidenced by video tours of his very expensive home, which he undoubtedly purchased at the expense of these women! The product is called “Wen,” but the name, “Chaz Dean,” is closely associated with it.

It is, also, sold by means of male authority.

Male authority is something used in television advertising aimed at women going back for decades. For example, back in the 196os, when teenaged girls watched “Dark Shadows,” they saw advertising aimed at themselves, featuring young girls who may resemble themselves doing something “feminine” like laundry. While we see two girls, we hear an authoritative man’s voice narrating over the top. It is soothing, reassuring and fatherly as it tells us what a marvelous product these two cute girls are using to launder their clothes.

Male authority is doctors, dentists, chemists and, in the case of Chaz Dean, a new kind of male authority – the expert hairdresser who is shown on all the talk shows telling women how they should clean, condition, cut, style and treat their hair. This is done as if men are natural experts on all subjects to do with women – not just our bodies, but even the hair on our heads.

Almost invariably the expert male hairdresser is a flamboyant, gay man like Chaz Dean, who, while he has all the authority of a man, tells us he is really just like us. He lusts after men, too. He likes beefcake. He knows female heartbreak. He is our friend. He is our confidant – our equal.

Except that he is, in every way, our enemy. In fact, I could make a good argument for the fact that the gay man is one of our greatest male enemies because, more often than not, he reinforces gender. For instance, he pushes such insidious policies as “marriage equality,” when it is in the best interest of female people everywhere that legal marriage, which has its roots in Roman slavery, be abolished forever. There’s, also, the fact that gay men overwhelmingly hate women and very often see women as competition for the attention of males.

The gay man is an authority over the feminine gender. He knows what makes women “real women” more than we do. This is an idea promoted on television shows, especially programming aimed at women. Men are authorities over women. They are authorities on women’s matters. This is the repeated message and when it is repeated to us often enough, especially on the television, we begin to accept it.

Since Chaz is one of us and is an authority not only on how we should look but the lifestyle we should want to lead, he represents something we must all aspire to. This is the idea behind branding. It is not so much about hard-selling a product as it is about selling a lifestyle. The concept of branding in advertising was very well illustrated in the 2009 movie, “The Joneses,” starring Demi Moore.

In this movie, the Joneses are the family next door. They are a perfectly happy husband and wife with two children, one boy and one girl. They have it all and their neighbors want to be just like them. They want what they’ve got. Except the Jones family is not a real family, at all. They are an advertisement. They sell by means of branding. Everything about them is a lie intended to make their neighbors feel bad about themselves and make them want what the Jones’ have.

This is what I see in the advertising method used to promote Wen.

There is no way to know who Chaz Dean is. I don’t even know if that’s his real name.  Nobody seems to really know who he is. He might have been born in Canada. He is said to be an American. According to some commenters beneath articles on the subject of Wen, he is well known around Los Angeles as his face is seen on billboards there. He and his image, itself, appear to be the result of marketing.

Marketers have convinced a lot of women that this guy is a hair expert. This is so true that I have seen women on YouTube promoting this product out of the goodness of their hearts. In every case, their hair looks absolutely horrible. It looks dull, thin and unhealthy. Yet, they think it looks great. This is brainwashing. These women have bought the delusion. Even when their hair is falling out, they continue to believe that this product is making their hair look better and healthier because that is how it is marketed on the television.

I couldn’t say enough bad things about television. I hate it with a passion. People who regularly watch it really seem to me to be under hypnosis. The women with damaged hair, damaged follicles and perhaps damaged health, who promote this product in their videos are an example of how television can influence people to see things that are not there and believe things that no person, who is not under a hypnotic influence, could possibly believe.

This product is marketed as a “natural,” hair care system, including a conditioner-like cleanser, which contains “nourishing botanical ingredients that work wonders on even the most dry, damaged and frizzy hair.” And while the product does or, at least, has contained some botanical ingredients (the ingredients list on the product appears to have recently changed or it may be that there are just some inconsistencies in what goes into it), it, also, contains some harsh laboratory chemicals.

It’s not clear which ingredient or ingredients are apparently causing women to go bald. But, the product is far from being “natural” in the sense that most reasonable people mean when we use this term to describe what we put in or on our bodies. Most of us don’t regard silicone, sulfates and alcohols as ingredients that are “natural” or “nourishing” to apply to your hair or scalp.

Yet, the ads for this product repeatedly focus on botanicals and the product is considered, for some reason I cannot fathom, as “vegan” or vegan-friendly in some way.

The following video talks about some of the ingredients in this product and how the ingredients list has changed:

What does the term, “Wen,” mean, anyway?

Why would anyone name a hair care product Wen? In light of what women allege has happened to them upon using this product it is very strange, indeed. Some women have reported experiencing not only balding and hair falling out by great hands full, they have also endured boils, rashes and acne-like break outs.

The definition of the word, “wen,” from Google is as follows: A boil or other swelling or growth on the skin, especially a sebaceous cyst.

Here’s the definition from dictionary.com:  Pathology. a benign encysted tumor of the skin, especially on the scalp, containing sebaceous matter; a sebaceous cyst.

This sounds like a sadistic joke! But, this is what is going on.

Amazingly, since I started writing this post, the suits against Chaz Dean have gone into mediation.

If there is something women could learn from this, here’s the take away:

#1: Stop listening to men. They lie a lot and they hate us. Instead, think about how your grandmothers and great-grandmothers took care of their hair. Chances are they know far, far better.

#2: You can take care of your hair much better using items from your kitchen. This information is all over the place thanks to the wonders of internet communication. You don’t need to spend $30 or $40 on a bottle on a commercial hair cleansing product.

#3: Unplug from the T.V. Get away from that thing. It is an instrument of black magic and whenever you watch it, you fall under the influence of evil people who want to harm you by means of remote influence. (I could elaborate on this quite a bit – how the T.V. is an object of influence in the house and the whole thing is based on occult scientific principles, which are well known to those of us who practice witchcraft.)

Here are some links to the many complaints about the Wen products:




There are some pretty scary reviews on these products at Amazon.com, too, and you’ll find lots of allegations of hair loss, outright baldness, boils, fungal-like occurrences in the hair, and rashes associated with the use of this product in comment sections of news articles pertaining to the lawsuits.

Here, also, is an article about this from a ridiculous site that should never be believed: Snopes! I mention this because there are lots of very gullible  people (many who, ironically, consider themselves to be skeptics) who really believe in and swear by Snopes and will bring up articles from this disinformation site to try to debunk anything and everything. This would be funny if it weren’t so horrible: http://www.snopes.com/politics/business/wenhair.asp  It says there is no proof that the product causes baldness, but if you take a little initiative, you will find many individual women talking about their experiences with this product. You’d have to be under some heavy television programming to deny the obvious after seeing and hearing what has happened to so many women and girls. But, those people are around. They are! It’s a little scary.



La Befana: Italian Witch Who Brings Nice Presents or Coal and Existed Long Before Santa Claus

This is a very cute retelling of the story of la Befana, the Italian witch who rewards and punishes children around Christmas time in Italy. In the following video, you will see a portrayal of her and hear her tell the story of how she became involved in the Christmas story when the Magi (three wealthy occultists, skilled in astrology and probably botany and alchemy based on the gifts they allegedly bore) passed through her town on the way to Bethlehem.

So, the original “Santa Claus” was a woman. Of course! Who else would do so much for so many with no expectation of being paid?!

Below is another fun video showing the annual Krampus parade in Munich, Germany this year. Krampus is the companion of St. Nicholas, patron saint of children, whose likeness you will, also, see in the parade. While St. Nicholas rewards good children, Krampus punishes them by putting coal in their shoes and maybe a little hair-pulling or, at least, hair messing-up, as we see them doing to bystanders in this parade.

The following video is from the New York Times and gives a better explanation in English of Krampus and the annual Krampus Lauf (Lauf translates to “run”), which takes place in Bavaria.

Krampus is an old tradition in some of the German-speaking lands and one of the many reasons why European heritage is worth preserving – something to remember right now when these people are very much under assault!

Happy Yuletide!


A Radical Feminist Analysis of the Television Series, “The King of Queens”

This is my analysis of the comedy television series, The King of Queens,” which ran in the U.S. on CBS from September 21, 1998, to May 14, 2007. It endured nine seasons. An episode guide may be found at Wikipedia:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_The_King_of_Queens_episodes

My analysis here involves feminism, socio-economic class, and the treatment of different types of women in the scripts of this show.

I chose this show because it is really very funny. In fact, it may be the funniest television comedy series I’ve seen in more than a decade. I began watching it because my mother likes it and it features several appearances by Lou Ferrigno, who I really like because I enjoy bodybuilding. In fact, the first episode I ever saw featured Ferrigno and his real-life bodybuilding wife appearing as themselves. He offers to train Doug and Kerry, but quickly becomes corrupted by Doug who is a potato chip-eating, Xbox-playing couch potato.

I don’t have television, so I saw the series on DVD sans commercials. Watching a series from beginning to end without the intrusion of commercials makes it easier to see what the writers and actors are trying to convey.


Doug and Kerry arguing in the working-class kitchen with its mis-matched chairs and rustic furnishings.

This television series appears to be based on the old 1950’s television show, “The Honeymooners,” which, also, featured working-class couples, many of the scenes filmed in a cramped kitchen. Only instead of being set in Brooklyn, “The King of Queens” is set in Queens, New York. The fact that the series is strongly based on the Honeymooners is more than hinted at in Season 3, Episode 17, entitled “Inner Tube,” in which Doug dreams that he and his friend Deacon are Ralph Kramden and Ed Norton, respectively.

The show is fun to watch for its frequent images of seedy-looking Queens Boulevard, train overpasses, and shots of warehouses and old buildings in Queens. The opening sequence features a popular, old Italian Ice shop. The actress, Leah Remini, who plays Kerry, is originally from Queens, and plays her part with a ring of authenticity.

Perhaps because this show is predicated on the old formula of the attractive, relatively intelligent woman, who is married to a fat, bumbling idiot of a husband, there is very little of feminism to find in this program. More often than not, it is a statement about how little progress women have made in liberating themselves from gender roles and from men and their demands.

What makes this show funny, in fact, what makes anything funny, is it’s relationship to reality, even when that reality is very sad.

Doug and Kerry are a working-class couple. His collar is blue and hers is pink. He works as a delivery driver for IPS (a barely disguised TV-version of United Parcel Service or UPS) and she is a secretary who gets coffee for her male bosses and does a lot of extra work at home, even though she makes less money than Doug.

The two of them have a mortgage on a house in Queens. While Doug goes to work everyday and brings home a paycheck to help support Kerry and her crazy father, Arthur (played by Jerry Stiller), who lives in the basement, he lacks any greater ambition. On the other hand, throughout the episodes, Kerry wishes to better herself in various ways, her ultimate goal is to cross the bridge and live a glamorous life in Manhattan. (If you ever saw the movie, “Saturday Night Fever,” starring John Travolta, you may remember that this was, also, the main theme. Living in Manhattan meant success.)

It is often the case, both in real life and on television, that while working class women may verbally express feminism, their ability to act on their true desires is thwarted, often by financial circumstances.  In Season 3, Episode 4, entitled “Class Struggle,” we learn that, in Kerry’s case, she was unable to finish school because she had to drop out and take care of her crazy father when her mother got sick and died. She tries to go back to college at night, but realizes that she lacks what it takes to carry it through.

In Season 4, Episode 7, “Lyin’ Hearted,” we learn that Kerry received an acceptance letter to Florida State University, but her father hid it for his own selfish motives. This is representative of how women, especially those just a generation before mine, were frequently prevented from getting an education, often by their own fathers who did not believe that women needed an education, since they were only going to get married and produce children.

Because she never finished college and she never got a degree, Kerry will never be anything more than a secretary, making coffee and answering phones for powerful men, and she will never get out of Queens. Still, she has career and intellectual ambitions, which manifest in many of the episodes.

One of my favorite episodes revolving around Kerry’s desire to improve herself is Season 8, Episode 13, “Gamblin N’Diction,” in which Kerry learns that she might have a chance at a big promotion, if she can rid herself of her Queens accent, which makes her sound not very bright and as if she’d be more comfortable “unloading trucks at the fish market” or “mixing cement.” At first, Kerry is resistant to this idea, “Do I twak so friggin’ bad?” and then she realizes, “Oh, my Gwad! I sound like Stallone!” Afterward, she succeeds in changing her accent, but spends so much time and effort doing this that she fails to familiarize herself with the job she is applying for.

In Season 6, Episode 10, “American Idle,” Kerry has been unemployed for some time and unable to find work, she decides to take some time off to pursue personal ambitions and to read “The Great Gatsby.” She ends up sitting around in her bathrobe, watching television and never finding out “what made Gatsby so great.” This episode, again, illustrates that while Kerry has ambitions, she lacks the ability to carry through. The choice of the book, “The Great Gatsby,” is not arbitrary on the part of the script writers since Gatsby is a lot like Kerry. He came from an less than fortunate background, but unlike Kerry, he took the initiative to improve himself in a very systematic way.

Since Kerry has difficulty attaining the socio-economic class she desires, she chooses the superficial window dressings of class and success over substance. For instance, in Season 5, Episode 21, “Clothes Encounter,” Kerry learns that she can purchase expensive, name-brand clothing, and return it in 7 to 30 days, depending on the store’s policy. In other episodes, Kerry over-spends on very expensive clothes, shoes and fashion accessories. She is, also, eager to be pampered at expensive spas, salons and manicurists, which are far beyond her working-class budget, but are symbolic of the life style she desires and the social class she will never achieve.

Apart from her own lack of tenacity, Kerry is held back from fully achieving her ambitions by two men: Her husband and her father.

It is as true now as it was in the 1950s that a woman has no more social standing than that of the man she is married to.

In Season 1, Episode 3, “Cello Goodbye,” we see that Kerry, who is at this time a legal secretary in Manhattan, wants to enjoy the finer things. Doug wants her to attend the local “Brother’s Pizzeria” softball league the same day that she plans to see a cello concert in Manhattan. When Doug shows up to the cello concert, but gets into a silent argument with Kerry, we see that despite the expensive, designer clothes Kerry is wearing and how sophisticated her hairstyle is, she cannot overcome her class. A middle class or upper class woman would not argue in public, gesture wildly, make faces and so on, which is why this part of the episode is really funny. Middle class women learn to mind their manners and be polite under all circumstances. They don’t make a big fuss in public places. They smile and swallow their pride. But, Kerry is working class and we see her express herself very honestly and openly as a working class woman. We, also, learn that Doug is threatened by Kerry’s ambition for a better life because this means leaving him behind. At the end of the episode, we see Kerry in a softball outfit screaming obscenities at a player from an opposing team after which Doug hugs her and says, “I love you.”

Part of what makes this series so funny is that Doug is an idiot. He has two main drives, which are for food and sex, in that order. Despite the fact that Kerry has a job in the city and works no shortage of overtime, often from home, she still has to fix meals for Doug and her father. We see her doing the laundry while Doug lazes on the sofa, shoving cheese doodles into his mouth.

In Season 6, Episode 24, “Awful Bigamy,” we see that Doug uses  Kerry,  for sex (all while she is trying to work overtime on the computer) while he uses their friend, a secondary character, named Holly, as a kitchen slave. Kerry provides him with sexual recreation upstairs while Holly cooks for him and serves him downstairs in the kitchen.

There are only three main female characters regularly appearing on the show: Kerry; Kelly, who is married to Doug’s friend Deacon; and Holly. None of these characters manifest any strong feminist characteristics.

Although, Kelly does take her two children and leave Deacon for a while in a few of the episodes. Kelly doesn’t work, at all, and they are entirely dependent on Deacon’s income and settlement money from her botched breast augmentation surgery.

The dumbest and nicest of all of the characters on the show is pretty, blonde-haired, blue-eyed Holly. She is the epitome of Hollywood’s dumb blonde stereotype. At some point, she is taken advantage of by every major character on the show, including Kerry, who uses her for her van and to fix her meals while she pretends to be sick.

While this show is very funny, there are some very disturbing messages in it, which are obvious. There are certain horrors that we are supposed to find funny, as evidenced by the laugh track that runs at the punctuation of a statement. Not only does the show normalize hyper-heterosexuality and the enslavement of women in marriages to men who are far beneath them, the writers clearly want us to laugh at things that are truly horrifying.

For instance, in one episode Kerry is overseeing a group of people at her office who are working overtime on a project. She asks each of them, in turn, why they chose to work on this project. A female character says, “I’m in a really abusive relationship right now and I need to be somewhere safe,” after which a laugh track runs and Kerry smirks into the camera. Of course, this is horrifying. Domestic violence and stalking are horrifying situations, but we are supposed to somehow find this funny, which only magnifies the horror. Of course, this is not funny to many women, like myself, who have been in real life situations like this.  I have to ask myself who would want to, not only normalize this, but try to make it seem like a humorous situation. (And, this is why we radfems are often accused of being humorless, although I can only imagine that a particularly sadistic man could find humor in this.)

On many occasions, Kerry is the subject of slut jokes. Kerry, also, calls other women sluts and whores. Here I am reminded, again, that overwhelmingly the writers of most television shows are men. If you look at the episode guide linked above, you will notice that this show’s writers are mostly men and the directors are all men.

Throughout the series, Holly is the primary subject of slut jokes. The writers set it up and then run a laugh track, so we know we are supposed to laugh at certain things.

In one episode, “Mentalo Case,” Kerry plans to buy her father a cruise for Christmas. Holly says she would love to give her father such a gift, if only she could find him – but, he ran off when she was a child. Then a laugh track runs and we are supposed to laugh. Why is it supposed to be funny that Holly was abandoned by her father as a child? I don’t know.

Holly repeatedly has the misfortune of meeting men who take advantage of her kindness, which is fodder for tasteless jokes, often set up by Kerry.  This is especially prominent in Season 5, Episode 13, “Animal Attraction,” in which Holly’s acute distress as a result of her constant abuse by men is supposed to be humorous, again, this is signaled by the laugh track.

In the penultimate episode of the entire series, part of the grand finale, Holly is heavily pregnant and the man who impregnated her has abandoned her. Again, this is made the subject of jokes, which is very disturbing and by this time that laugh track is the equivalent of a psychotic circus clown in a Stephen King movie.

Another running theme throughout the series is the idea that white women desire black dick, but cannot seem to get any. Both Kerry and Holly lust after Deacon and make jokes about sex with him or about sex with black men, in general. This is a topic I hope to explore in whole other post. There are numerous episodes in which Kerry and Holly express a desire to have sex with Deacon, but the idea is never carried through. We never see Kelly, Deacon’s black wife, lusting after other men, even in one episode where the couples swap spouses.

While this show is funny, I think it’s important to watch it – or any other programming – with your eyes wide open. What we see here are characters and ideas we are supposed to mimic based on our own sex and appearance. We, also, see many concepts and situations, which we are expected to perceive as normal or, at least, funny. What we see is a fictionalized version of the status quo. Men, mostly particularly stupid men, are in important positions and have greater earning power than women. Women are sex slaves and kitchen servants to men, whether they are married like Kerry or single like Holly.

In some ways, it tells the truth about marriage, though. In the end, Doug and Kerry, who argue constantly, end up adopting a Chinese baby while Kerry finally becomes pregnant with another child. The two are shown in their cramped, cluttered, working-class living room, miserable and stuck with each other, in one way or another – and Arthur – for the rest of their lives.

The Liberal Myth that White Women are Not Oppressed by Black Men

There exists a popular belief among many feminists, undoubtedly liberal feminists who now make up the majority of us, that white women are oppressors of black men and black people, in general, and cannot be oppressed by black males. We are classed with white men and our systematic oppression by black males, who are, in fact, members of the patriarchal establishment, is ignored and denied.

There is, also, a push by someone to include the issues surrounding black males in feminism. For example, there are many articles like the following: http://www.thefrisky.com/2014-11-25/why-minority-male-oppression-is-a-feminist-issue/ , which tries to make a case that black men’s alleged problems (which usually involve them committing crimes and getting caught by cops) is an issue that women like myself should be concerned about. As you know, feminism is not about men – it’s not about black men, tranny men or any other men. So, whoever is trying to make this case is clearly not a friend to feminists or women.

My own personal experience with black male oppression mostly involves harassment, intimidation and stalking, which takes place mainly in public places, such as public streets and sidewalks and in malls, grocery stores and other commercial establishments. I have, also, been assaulted by black johns and I managed to survive a rape attempt by a black man, who attacked me while I was sleeping in my own bed.

When I complain about this, I am often accused of either being outright racist or not helping the cause of black people, who, I am told, have suffered so much more than me, a “privileged,” white woman. Therefore, I’m supposed to “shut the fuck up” about my experiences with black, male violence and systematic oppression, which black males participate in with white men as their equals.

For a long time in the U.S. , black men have enjoyed many rights that women, including white women, have not. These rights were spelled out in the 14th Amendment very carefully to exclude all women. Black men can go a lot of places women cannot go, such as masonic brotherhoods, and they get jobs women have difficulty getting, such as in policing or any other jobs from which women are excluded, usually through violence, threats and sexual intimidation.

Black men stand alongside their white brothers, and their brothers of all other colors and creeds, in their systematic oppression of women, sometimes working individually to harass and intimidate women, as I’ve commonly experienced, which I mention above – or working through patriarchal systems. They are cops, johns, pimps, racists and street harassers – this has been my own experience and observation involving black men.

In an upcoming post, I plan to talk about how the media push the notion that white women, especially blonde-haired, blue-eyed, light-skinned women like myself, are hungry for black dick. This has, I believe, been a particular problem for me throughout my life and because of it, I have been a special target for black males. I’ve been told that I “look like the kind of girl who goes for black men” and this is why I’m constantly harassed, followed and terrorized in areas where there is a high population of blacks. And, apparently, we “white bitches” all look alike because I am sometimes confused by black men for particular blonde-haired women they think they know.

Black cops are, also, a problem for white women. Where I used to live we had a black highway patrolmen who was notorious for only pulling over white women. In the following video, a white woman who is a victim of prostitution, talks about her particular fear of a black, male cop – a black sheriff – who sexually terrorizes her and other women in the area. This is about 3 minutes into the video:

The above is an example of how black men have positions of power over white women, although they do not need to be in such official power positions to terrorize us.

Black men pimp and prostitute white women in the U.S. They, also, beat and rape us. One night several years ago, I was in a larger city pumping gas (a very dangerous thing to do!) and a car pulled up next to me.  A white woman got out and tried to run from a black man, who jumped on top of her and started beating her. I have no way of knowing the circumstances, maybe the woman was being prostituted by the man, maybe she had just been abducted by him and was trying to escape – I don’t know. But, this is an example of the kind of violence and terror we face from black men as white woman.

In another instance, my grandmother rescued a white woman who came to her isolated farm house one night after being abducted in town by a black man, who took her to a remote location in the country to rape her. The woman had no clothes on and he pulled out clumps of her long, blonde hair as she made her escape. She ran underneath a locomotive to get away from him. It was late at night and I’d been there at the house doing some work upstairs and she had seen the light on. This is how she saw the house in the dark. My grandmother, always with her revolver, answered the door and let the woman in. She gave her some clothes to wear and called the sheriff’s department. TWO MEN came to get the victim. We never heard another word about her.

The above story illustrates how black men and white men work together in the patriarchal system to oppress white women.

Black men are often particularly violent and demeaning toward white women because they see us as the property of white men.

This sort of behavior and attitude is illustrated in the following video:

In the above video, the white women are harassed by black men and described as “white bitches,” among other colorful characterizations of us, which are popular among black men.

If white women were oppressors of black men, would we not be the ones terrorizing, harassing them and committing violence against them, instead of the other way around?

The answer is obvious – to everyone but liberals, of course.