Who’s Ugly Rush Limbaugh?
Feminism was established so as to allow unattractive women easier access to the mainstream of society.
Bunch of cows!
That’s what Rush Limbaugh wants everyone to think, anyway.
I watched him voice those words as I joined my class in watching Jackson Katz’s classic film, Tough Guise.
I could only wonder, “Who’s ugly? Who’s a cow?”
If I were Rush, I wouldn’t be inviting unflattering comparisons to yours truly.
But Rush is not alone. Next, Howard Stern appeared onscreen deeming several women (who weren’t even feminists) unsightly. Since ol’ Howard is such a babe, I guess he can feel free to judge.
And these two aren’t alone. At a college I attended guys often told “coed jokes.” (A coed is a female college student — a term coined when women began attending universities alongside men.)
What’s the difference between a coed and the trash? The trash gets taken out once a week.
So, women students are so ugly that they can’t get a date? (Despite Playboy ranking the university’s women among the “Top 10” most attractive at least once.)
What did the Colorado River say when a coed jumped in? I’ll be damned!
And we could damn a river, too. Impressive.
Any surprise these guys often resembled Rush or Howard in both attitude and looks?
I didn’t feel so great about being a woman at that college, and I guess that was their intent.
But looking back, I feel sorry for them. These guys, and the ones who laugh, must not feel so great about themselves. If they did they wouldn’t feel compelled to put others down to build themselves up.
And really, they just end up looking ugly.
Posted on June 25, 2014, in body image, feminism, psychology, sexism, women and tagged body image, feminism, Howard Stern, psychology, Rush Limbaugh, sexism, women. Bookmark the permalink. 22 Comments.