Showing My Feminist Side

Yes, I know that to many I come across as a staunch anti-Feminist. I assume that among the few of the Feminist females that I’ve interacted with I am labeled by them as grossly and horribly atavistic and misogynous. That, however, says far more about the mindsets and worth of my detractors than it does about me. I am, in point of fact, a true feminist with a great and abiding love for women. It can hardly be claimed to be my fault that the Feminist movement, almost always plagued by deranged and bitter radicals, devolved into something toxic after it succeeded in its aims.

For no great reason other than something on internet offended me – what more reason could I need? – and got me thinking actively about something that’s been niggling my brain – is niggling racist? –  for some time I’ve decided that showing my feminist side is appropriate at this time. So…


Sexploited(?) Olympians

Please don’t get me wrong; I think there’s a benefit to guys lusting after women with bodies which are honed by their particular athletic endeavors. It certainly beats the skeletons dipped in wax that fashion and weight-loss industries keep telling us are desirable. My issue, such as it is, is with the fact that female athletes posing for “glamor” shots, i.e., the sexier the better, has become de rigueur across all arenas of female sport.

Face it, when a Google search for “Sexy Olympians” returns approximately 8,460,000 results, society has an issue involving these athletes. Rather than glorifying their abilities, we revel solely or mostly in their figures.

Related Reading:

Prayers and Declarations for the Woman of God: Confront Strongholds and Stand Firm Against the Enemy
Crazy Sexy Kitchen: 150 Plant-Empowered Recipes to Ignite a Mouthwatering Revolution
Strong Women, Strong Bones: Everything You Need to Know to Prevent, Treat, and Beat Osteoporosis, Updated Edition
Daniel James Brown: The Boys in the Boat : Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics (Large Print Paperback); 2014 Edition
Women & Power: A Manifesto

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  1. German Performance — World Of HotnessWorld Of Hotness Says:

    […] I’ve stated elsewhere, I’m not a fan of how female athletes seem to have to pose nude or near nude. Hence, this […]

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