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Ghetto Stick Family

Posted in Humor, Politics, Society on October 28th, 2014

“Stick Family” stickers are as varied and as annoying as the plethora of “My child is a…” bumper stickers which celebrate mediocrity by pandering to the less-than-special people’s need to be accorded some measure of being special. And, again similarly to the “My child is a…” bumper stickers, the parodies of the “Stick Family” meme are normally better than the meme itself.

Ghetto Stick Family
Ghetto Stick Family

This “Stick Family” sticker set is the perfect example of such a parody of the “family” of a core Democrat constituent. The only “issue” is that the sticker is, statistically speaking, the wrong color.

Of course, this sticker was doomed to be declared offensive a racist by those whose agenda requires such claims. If it was more accurate by using “Brown” figures, it’d be racist. Yet, it’s use of white stick figures to represent the ghetto baby mama with her horde of bastards and multiple imprisoned baby daddies “Stick Family” is equally racist due to Cultural Appropriation. :-P

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Pastiche: Cultural Memory in Art, Film, Literature
The 50 Funniest American Writers*: An Anthology of Humor from Mark Twain to The Onion
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The Righteous Mind: Why Good People Are Divided by Politics and Religion

Hands Up! Don’t Shoot!

Posted in Humor, Politics, Society on October 25th, 2014

As America braces itself for yet another round of race riots, looting, and generalized feral behavior from the ghetto thugs in Ferguson, MO and the greater St. Louis area, it behooves the more civilized members of the nation to act as the vermin’s keepers and overseers. Hence, here’s a suggestion for reworking their battle chant of, “Hands Up! Don’t Shoot!”

Hands Up! Don’t Shoot!

At least for the women involved this is probably the best way of joining into this sort of frenzy. One, the police are far from likely to shoot a woman such dishabille and position. Two, the hand bra, with its underboob and sideboob presentation is sure to garner them the level of attention their craving. And three, this sort of display is likely to increase the otherwise deservedly lacking level of sympathy towards these race-baiting rioters, looters, and grievance-mongers. ;-)

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The Ferguson Rifle: A Novel
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Black Gold: Takhini Wolves, Book 1

Sexist and Racist

Posted in Society on October 22nd, 2014

We constantly hear various strident screams of “sexism!” and “racism.” Our society is filled with images of both of these “-isms,” images largely concocted in the minds of those grievance- and hate-mongers who are doing the screaming.

The only thing to note about these complaints is the interesting synergistic effects we get when they two screeds intersect.

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racist
One Is Sexist, The Other Is Racist
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The left image, that of the White slave girl, will be denounced as “sexist” as long as it doesn’t include a Black in the position of her Master or Mistress. The inclusion of a Black in the superior role immediate trumps any cries of sexism and doesn’t generate any cries of racism.

The right image, that of a Black babe in a submissive’s bondage gear, will be declared to be racist, not sexist – especially so if it includes a White in the position of her Master or Mistress. The tableau can only be decried as sexist if there’s a Black male in the superior role.

Yes, it’s a little interest to listen to the intersection of those who cry “sexism!” and those who cry “racism” when it comes to the fantasy or reality of power transference in sexual situations. Both what the shriek about and what they studiously remain silent upon paint a vivid picture of their own “kink.”

Related Reading:

Whipping Girl: A Transsexual Woman on Sexism and the Scapegoating of Femininity
Enlightened Sexism: The Seductive Message that Feminism's Work Is Done
Confronting Sexism and Violence against Women: A Challenge for Social Work
Racism without Racists: Color-Blind Racism and the Persistence of Racial Inequality in America
Inhuman Bondage: The Rise and Fall of Slavery in the New World