Monday, November 28, 2011

Women: this is what the men of the Religious Right think of you.

(click image, via)
Not very deep down, Newt Gingrich agrees.
Related: Michelle Bachmann pic of the day.

8 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

the men of the religious right? im sure it is all the men in the world who were not blessed with much upstairs. or any capabilities downstairs.

12:26 PM  
Blogger Vinnie said...

This was snapped in Chicago. I see Water Tower Place in the background.

1:39 PM  
Anonymous -1-T-M- said...

Man, with all the typos you've been making lately, it's never too late ranter to increase your faith and let it be more genuine.

"The Eyes of the Lord keep watch over knowledge, but He frustrates the words of the unfaithful."
- Proverbs 22:12 NIV

2:41 PM  
Blogger cheeseonearth said...

What does "Read Bible for Details" mean? I thought women shouldn't know how to read and write because they're gullible and irrational.

2:58 PM  
Blogger Vanadis Falconer said...

-I prayed to mighty goddess Freya that she will send out the Valkyrias to take away his manhood.
-The struggle for gender equality has come to that stage when we women must not only move the frontlines forward but also fortify the work already accomplished. Thankfully, there are many men who realized that a country's wealth is directly related to women's freedom. In Sweden and Norway are the strongest women's position in the world and thoose countries are also among the richest in the world.

3:37 PM  
Anonymous Nate Davis said...

Bible: #1 book of all time for quoting out of context.

1:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

@Anonymous 1

Put your hurtful, discriminatory writings in the gutter where they belong.

The genders are equal and you should accept that.

3:53 PM  
Anonymous Sandra Davidson said...

Please, sir "TRUE CHRISTIAN", read: Proverbs 31.

A woman who buys land and makes it profitable with her own earnings. A woman of joy, of laughter, of teaching and praise. A woman of bodily and spiritual strength, of wisdom.

It says nothing of silence, instead she takes council with her husband.

She is keeper OF the home, not AT home.

Please define your version of submissive and refer to the council as in the first sentence of this paragraph.

In church, all are to make a joyful noise.

A woman is not the only caretaker of children; she employs a household of servants (EMPLOYS).

And modestly dressed has changed throughout the ages. I challenge you, sir, who are immodestly dressed by the standards of some, to read the Bible. ALL of it. Understand it was written and translated and is no longer literal after so many translations, so perhaps find a translator who is closer to the original text. You are to love your wife and family. Love has innumerable meanings in many languages. Oppression and suppression is not among them.

7:27 PM  

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