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  • Writer's pictureChristopher McHale


We need to wake up. Women's rights are being strip-mined for religious beliefs.

Woman sit salone in an empty room lost expression on her face.
The Invisible Woman

The Politics of Exclusion

This post is a little crude. It's hard to go another route. I wish I could, but our culture is sinkiing into a swamp of repression. Maybe the right wake up call is crude and pointed. I don't know. But I do know it's not the time pull any punches.

The real war on religious freedom is Christian Nationalists attacking non-beleivers and force feeding us their commandments. Nor commandments from some anicient spirit, but commandments from Republican fundraisers. This is about money and votes.

And the lens is women.

The current political landscape reflects a troubling trend towards the marginalization of women's rights, echoing a historical regression to times when women were considered second-class citizens. This echoes the oppressive norms of the past, where women's roles and rights were severely limited.

Of course, I refer to the entire history of the human race. Men have always had a deep need to control women. They often measure themselves against a primitive scale of female conquest, approval, and confusingly, domination. This entire matrix of oppressed language is often dismissed as ‘locker room’ talk, as if locker rooms, where men walk penis out, exist in some sort of zone where nothing is real.

Men being men. Towel snapping butts, teetering on homoeroticism, and putting up deflector shields of fake puffery about getting laid, sweet ass, and penile strength.

But it's not locker room talk, it's the mission of particular type of man, who feels his mahood easily threatend and lashes out in all directions in mistaken efforts to be part of club of men, and fearful of his own teetering mansense.

These type of men are not sure of themsleves at all. They struggle with inferiority. They think they will not measure up in the eyes of women. They see all women as a substitute for mom, the one woman they can never please, but always must try to please. It's hopeless. They bind themsleves into a suppressed, crippled identity, and can only see one way out with their threatened manhood somewhat intact.

Put women down.

Women are an essential mystery by choice, and they react as humans often do when faced with the unknown - they flee, they project, they make rigid rules, they put up walls, they do everything possible to avoid a reckoning with their withering heart flesh, and resort to domination by force.

Jackboot sex.

Mental chains and whips.

Dr. Politican and His Rightous Wrath

That's what we have down in Texas today. A posse of Religious Cowboys riding the Pussy Prairie on their neutered High Horse.

The eternal ghosting of threatening women

We're seeing an alarming encroachment on these hard-won rights, often justified by the religious beliefs of a subset of the population. This raises a profound concern: women are being coerced into abiding by religious tenets they may not personally subscribe to. Such a dynamic is not only unconstitutional, infringing on the separation of church and state, but also morally reprehensible.

It’s time to wake up and vote, vote your, and your friend's pussy.

"No self-respecting woman should wish or work for the success of a party that ignores her sex." Susan B. Anthony

The United States stands on the cusp of becoming a repressed religious state if this trend continues. This trajectory is not only regressive but also dangerous, as it undermines the fundamental principles of freedom and equality.

Our Natural Allies in this repressed America are Russia and Iran, terrorist states. Nations that represent every principle we’ve traditionally opposed.

How did we get here?

The decrepit pussy grabber himself

Former President Donald Trump's tenure exemplified this regressive attitude towards women. His public statements and actions often displayed a blatant disrespect and contempt for women, particularly those who did not fit his narrow, objectified ideal of a "trophy wife." This attitude is not only degrading but also perpetuates harmful stereotypes and societal norms that have historically oppressed women.

Trump's America, as shaped by these values, leaves no room for the diverse, real experiences and identities of women. It echoes a time when women were expected to conform to limited roles and expectations.

"The first problem for all of us, men and women, is not to learn, but to unlearn." Gloria Steinem

As a society, we must recognize and resist this backward slide. We must continue to fight for a world where all individuals, regardless of gender, have equal rights and opportunities, and where no one is forced to live under the dictates of a belief system they do not share. This is not just a women's issue; it's a fundamental human rights issue. The progress made over decades of struggle cannot be allowed to erode.

"Women are like teabags. You don't know how strong they are until they are in hot water." Eleanor Roosevelt

If I’ve learned anything since America took a dark turn by electing the fundamentally unAmerica Trump, it’s that the fight for our democracy never ends. We must constantly renew our resolve. We’ve reached a point and 2024 once again becomes a matter of a critical choice. Now is the time to demonstrate our strength and resilience. Our future depends on your vote.


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