July 1, 2018
This is what women are.
They are the most petty creatures to ever walk this earth. Razors and tampons and what sign is on which toilet – this is what these adult children think counts as a political issue.
“Body hair. Everyone has it.”
Simple words, but they’ve prompted a debate in the US and beyond this week thanks to a new razor advert that shows women actually shaving their body hair.
Surely that’s not so revolutionary? Except it is – because normally ads for women’s razors show plastic-perfect, airbrushed legs that are already totally smooth.
Razor brand Billie says it’s the first to feature hairy women for 100 years and the advert has gone viral as a result.
And they will scream and bitch and moan and posture and pout and do all this inane passive aggressive shit to nag society into doing what they demand.
‘This is damn beautiful’
On social media, many women applauded its close-ups of hairy female toes, armpits, monobrows and stomachs.
“THIS IS DAMN BEAUTIFUL” wrote Instagram user @bigparadethroughtown. “I don’t like razors but that ad is dope,” agreed @hanguk0.
“When brands pretend that all women have hairless bodies, it’s a version of body-shaming,” Billie co-founder Georgina Gooley told Glamour magazine.
“It’s saying you should feel ashamed of having body hair.”
As well as its advert, the brand has launched an online campaign to normalise images of fuzzy, stubbly, natural women.
Speaking of which, if you want to know why the “old Left” that seemed to care about stuff like wages and pensions and days off in factories died off, the main reason is really because of women.
Sure, factories moved to Mexico and scab labor was plentiful. But once women started joining the Left, the Left stopped being about worker’s issues and became about “women’s” issues.
Hell, if you want to end Capitalism, you gotta put these bitches back in the kitchen because who do you think is buying all this useless crap, doing all these useless jobs and forcing the rest of us to do it all as well?
Woman sure can unionize, but they unionize to promote their interests.
Their interests include increasing the supply of men, lowering the standards of beauty for women, extracting more resources for women and getting less punishments for what was traditionally considered bad female behavior. That’s Feminism in a nutshell.
In general, we have now reached the end of a fifty-year experiment. We now know that higher wages, and national security do not interest them. Many can only rally around issues related to their smelly bleeding vaginas or their wooly sweaty pits.
As for the new ad bragging about depicting hairy women, is this a subtle way of marketing themselves as a non-White brand?
Because a lot of non-Whites struggle with unibrows, and hair in strange places.
This would be a good place to insert a pic, but the whole topic grosses me out, so I’m not going to do that. You know what I’m talking about though.