What’s that coppery, steely, thing?

Countess of Wessex urges Commonwealth to secure gender equality as Queen awaits report of ‘full and productive outcomes’

Bird whose social position and income relies entirely on who she spreads her legs for demands gender equality?

So, what? He provides a title, a palace and an income and he still has to do the washing up?

20 comments on “What’s that coppery, steely, thing?

  1. I’ll believe they’re properly serious about gender equality when they’re advocating it in dirty jobs, and in female-dominated professions. But nobody’s saying more women should be collecting bins, going down drains or mining.

    When it’s only middle-class air-conditioned office jobs and sinecures they are bothered by, you know they don’t *really* believe their own schtick.

  2. That’s a particularly nasty way of describing the marriage of the Wessexes.

    You know nothing about their relationship.

    I know nothing about your relationship, but if I now ever meet you and your partner I will bring up that phrase you use in relation to the two of you. And I’ll do it in public, as you have done here.

  3. “That’s a particularly nasty way of describing the marriage of the Wessexes.”

    The truth can often be brutal. If Sophie Rhys-Jones hadn’t married a Prince she’d be another anonymous posh Sloan in London, working in PR and the media. Not addressing the Commonwealth and lecturing poor brown people on sexual equality. Her entire position is down to who she married, not anything she did beforehand, so if one distils the definition of marriage down to the person you have sex with to the exclusion of all others, then she does indeed owe her position in life to the man she’s shagging. If she’d married you or me would she be lecturing the Commonwealth?

  4. Adam Carter–lese majeste’s little helper are you?

    She is mouthy woke offal who should be put on a tramp steamer back to the LA turd/needle depository she came from taking her leftist gob with her.

  5. My mistake–it isn’t the one that Ginge married–its another one. Well same dif–if she spouts Marxist femmi-shite then back to wherever she came from minus the money of course.

  6. The Countess of Wessex has urged Commonwealth leaders to listen to women and promote a “feminist peace”, telling them she is “honour bound” to report their progress back to the Queen.

    That’s nice, dear.

    That’s a particularly nasty way of describing the marriage of the Wessexes

    I wonder what first attracted her to the suspiciously fruity, gawky-looking, slap-headed multimillionaire celebrity.

  7. Fake headline. ‘secure gender equality’

    ‘Gender’ doesn’t mean men and women. The Tele should know that. Feminists sold their soul to the CM crowd, and they have smothered their cause with the LGBT… cause.

  8. If women are supposed to be so rational and reasonable then why is the female representation so high among the extremist leftwing politicians?

  9. I know nothing about your relationship, but if I now ever meet you and your partner I will bring up that phrase you use in relation to the two of you. And I’ll do it in public, as you have done here.

    That is literally the lamest threat in the history of the interwebs.

    But since you threaten Tim, let me say that any more of this nonsense and I will let off a nuke in your Granny’s va-JJ.

    And then smear your phlogiston with genders.

  10. Adam-
    “You know nothing about their relationship.”

    but err we do very much know how Sophie came to be on that lecturn delivering her sermon. That’s not the problem.

    If the sermon had been on how to catch the eye of a prince, that wouldn’t have been a problem either, probably quite a few interested in that. The problem was that having caught the eye of a prince she delivers a lecture on moving from “conflict and violence to sustainable and feminist peace”.

    You see the juxtaposition? See that its something that’s ripe for satire? No? ok sorry, you are after all technically correct (the best type as any foolish pendants kno) sure marriage is an honourable estate, instituted by god, and not to be described as the mere spreading of legs. here endeth the lesson.

  11. And I’ll do it in public, as you have done here.

    As she did – although with significantly less thought or self-awareness.

  12. I can’t be the only one who thinks she probably isn’t spreading her legs for notorious gay Teddy Edward? She’s where she is because she was prepared to pretend she was/is.

    PS Fuck off Adam you soft cunt.

  13. It’s not any different to a bunch of Miss World contestants talking about how they are going to work towards world peace if they win.

    It’s rather quaint just how the fundamental behaviors are no different, it’s just the format. I wonder how much of this is hardwired in, much of it seem completely unconscious for most women.

  14. To be fair, now she’s married she probably doesn’t even have to spread her legs any more.

    Idem Mrs Sussex, hence the two children only policy, in fact there’ll probably only be one and then an acrimonious and costly divorce.

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