Idiot, that’s why

It also simply seems unfair that long-term contraception should always be a woman’s responsibility in male/female relationships, especially since she will also be the one to endure the physical effects of any pregnancies.

13 thoughts on “Idiot, that’s why”

  1. “We’ve finished having children, so you should get the snip.”
    Five years later: “I’d really like another baby, shame you can’t give me any; I’ll just have to shag my tennis coach.”

  2. Dennis the Peasant

    How to get published in The Guardian:

    1) Identify a non-problem that involves favored group: Women, minorities, Muslims, LGBT, etc.
    2) Apply existing progressive/leftist logic to asset non-problem is actually a serious problem.
    3) Propose and unrealistic/ridiculous solution for serious problem.
    4) Ensure proposed solution places burden on unfavored groups: Whites, males, Christians, heterosexuals, etc.

    There you go. Have at it.

  3. Yeah, well. Feminists. Expect they’d want all men to be castrated to remove the problem. Then they’d be claiming their sexual needs were being neglected.
    Not saying feminists are basically different from any other women. Whatever you do for them, it’s never the right thing or enough.

  4. Bloke in Germany

    ‘Study shows: Lesbian Muslim women ‘hardest hit’ by tampon tax imposed by white male chancellor”.

  5. Bloke in Germany

    Remember when it used to be Daily Mail headlines you made up for a larf? Nowadays the Graun really is better!

  6. My wife took the pill willingly. It helped regulate her period.

    My sister went onto it early, before she was having sex, for the same reason.

  7. Coming up next: why should site workers have to wear hard hats, especially as they are the ones that have to endure all the effects of having something drop on their head.

  8. Bloke in Germany

    Chester, maybe I have been misgendering you all these years, but isn’t it a bit sick, as a bloke, to know anything at all about your sister’s period?

  9. Bloke in North Dorset


    Maya Forstater, who has featured on this blog, has just been fired:

    An internationally renowned researcher on tax avoidance is believed to be the first person in Britain to lose her job for saying that transgender women are not women.

    Maya Forstater, 45, was told by her managers that she had used “offensive and exclusionary” language.

    She was accused of “fear-mongering” for tweeting her concerns about government proposals to allow people to legally self-identify as the opposite sex.

    Forstater has begun employment tribunal proceedings against her former employer, the London office of the Centre for Global Development (CGD) think tank. She hopes it will be a test case establishing that “gender-critical” views — which hold that being a woman is a biological fact, not a feeling — are protected beliefs under equality law. She is starting an appeal on the Crowdjustice website to raise £30,000 for the action.

    Should provide some interesting material if it does get to tribunal.

  10. @BiND – it will be an interesting test case. I sincerely hope Ms Forstater wins, but bearing in mind how “progressive’ lunacy is entrenched in the legal system, I am not confident.

  11. Not sure if ‘equality’ hasn’t rooted them all out by now but when I studied tax 30 years ago there were some rules that related to gender of the person so I could see it being reasonable for someone in her field to raise the issue

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