More sexist comments which are now running amok everywhere and all the time: In surprise school visit, Meghan tells schoolboys to honour women. The bits in black are highlighted because of their particular interest.
The Duchess of Sussex has made a surprise visit to a school to deliver an International Women’s Day message to men to “value the women in your lives”….
In a speech addressing the school’s boys in particular, she urged them to “continue to value and appreciate the women in your lives and also set the example for some men who are not seeing it that same way.
“You have your mothers, sisters, girlfriends, friends in your life, protect them,” she said.
“Make sure that they are feeling valued and safe and let’s all just rally together to make International Women’s Day something that is not just on Sunday, but frankly feels like every day of the year.”
Is this really equality that men are being asked to “protect” women to ensure that they are feeling “safe”. Very traditional if you ask me.
And this just in as well: In Mexico, seething anger over violence against women spills into the streets. These people must think there’s some magic cure for any kind of violence, but let’s see what the story says:
Seething anger over a rise in deadly violence against women in Mexico spilled into the streets of the nation’s capital on Sunday as tens of thousands of female demonstrators marched to demand that the government do more to protect them.
Who are they asking to protect them? Not men, surely? If they’re all so equal and everything, why don’t they do it themselves. The entire history of male-female relations, no doubt going back to cavemen and cavewomen was that part of the arrangement was for men to protect women, and almost always from other men who were not part of their own family or tribe. And here is the question, put as succinctly as you like.
“We’re waking up,” said Silvia Gallegos, 52, who marched alongside a group of friends from college as well as her 16-year-old daughter. “We’ve been living with this culture of machismo our whole lives. If we don’t defend ourselves, who will?”
Yes, who will? Who do they have in mind to do the protecting? Feminism tore down the protective barriers, which included quite a number of forms of chivalrous behaviours, and now women are exposed to dangers that were always there but they were too ignorant to recognise.
That’s from Mexico City feminists accidentally firebomb THEMSELVES in pro-abortion protest. Came under the original heading, “Girls can’t throw”. Very nasty.