Thursday, 1 December 2011



One of the commonest slogans spouted by feminists is "it's a woman's right to choose." Well, let's be blunt about it.

Is it?

To choose WHAT?

Does a woman have any RIGHTS at all?

There, that should have sent a few robots scurrying for cover, brandishing their fists and spitting venom at me

from a safe distance, shouldn't it?

Of course it would be TOO much to expect these brainwashed clones to argue RATIONALLY against what I'm saying

True, I sometimes play devil's advocate or use shock jock tactics and to some extent I'm "shock jocking" here. Even so, I MEAN what I say.

In the old days, most women didn't work or at least, not much. Marriage was the norm and women hoped to find a man who'd be a good husband and father. Divorce was rare and almost only confined to the rich. If you DID get divorced, custody of the children almost always went to the man. On marriage, any money, property or other assets held by a woman before her marriage passed immediately over to her husband, who had full owenrship and control of them. The law even recognised the right of a husband to beat his wife if she displeased him.

Now things have been turned completely on their head. It's becoming more and more common, not just for women to work, but for THEM to be the MAIN breadwinner in the family. MOST divorces nowadays are instigated by women, usually for totally frivolous or selfish reasons. For a MAN to get custody in the event of a divorce is almost unheard of these days. Men are routinely screwed out of THEIR money, property or other assets while women get off scot-free. As for the idea that a husband has "the right to lawful chastisement of his wife," forget it! Nowadays he'd be arrested for "domestic violence!"

And are either men or women HAPPIER now? Has all this "choice" made women's lives better? Are we "fulfilled" by working as a check-out girl in a supermarket, a pen-pusher in an office, a factory worker, cleaner, chamber-maid or bank clerk?

Women now have the "right" to "choose" a "career," to "choose" to marry, divorce, fuck around or whatever, to "choose" to abort a baby regardless of the father's wishes, to "choose" to get pregnant regardless of his wishes. They even think they have the "right" to behave like sluts and yet NOT to have to face the consequences of their actions.

For feminists, "choice" is a one-way street. It's all about selfishness, self-indulgence, narcissism and

callousness. Feminists don't give a fuck about ANYONE except themselves. The whole "philosophy" of "choice" is nothing more than a universe in which " me, me, me!" is the guiding "principle."

Love? Well, one feminist "thinker" described love as a trickk to enslave women, or words to that effect. (I'll dig out the ACTUAL quote - it's every bit as stupid and repulsive as my summary!)

Women don't need all this "choice." What we need is to bring back the BALANCE between the genders.

I'll write more on that in my next post!


  1. I would love to hear your ids on how children should be raised

  2. OK, John. Thanks for your comment.

    I'll work on that subject which is one I've given a lot of thought to over the years (partly because I've HAD to LOL!)

  3. OMG!! Donna you continue to floor me with your honesty and true to point accuracy.
    You and I were just born in the wrong century. We need to actually break off and form an island community that makes sense.

  4. Thank you for your kind words, Kusheline. I'm just a wife and mum trying to do my little bit to see if I can help to make the world a better place.

    As for the islands, well, my Paradise Islands does express one side of my utopian vision!

  5. Clearly there is a high state of confusion among females. Personally I find the feminist type highly offensive, perhaps even as much as you do, donna! Of course I have no time for such females. Why bother? Their heels are dug in and they are going nowhere other than to serve their own selfish purposes. Thanks for what you do here and in your Yahoo groups. Good job.

  6. What happened to you? I keep waiting for the post on child-rearing (or ANYTHING) but there's been nothing for weeks. If there's something wrong, let us know. If not, then back to work, whore!

  7. I just found your blog and read most the recent posts. I am impressed with your writing style and topics you choose.

    I cant wait to read the next one. Keep up the good work, girl.


  8. I'd like to thank the Gentlemen for their kind comments.

    As for the child-rearing one, that's a subject I'm giving a lot of thought to.

    I might have to be careful about what I say and how I say it, if you take my meaning.

  9. I take your meaning on the child rearing, and I agree wholeheartedly.

  10. Then post something else. No excuse to abandon your readers for two months.

  11. I am working on a number of different posts at the moment and trying to decide which is the easiest to finish first and which is likely to be most worthwhile posting.

    I hope to be able to post about three new entries over the next week.