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  1. Tush is a disgusting word.

    • See, to me “tush” isn’t disgusting, it just reminds me of like, babies. Which, okay, infantilism is a kink that some people have, but I feel like lube shouldn’t be kink-specific (nor do I think that’s the intention here). Also “tush-eze = tushies” is kind of a terrible pun. Also screams “Jewish grandma” a lot more than “anal sex” to me.

  2. I fail to see how sepia tone is sexist against men?

    And I’d also buy your commentary about that Men of Grit thing if it were an actual critique of the contents of the book rather than the picture on the cover? If it’s about men fighting during the Revolutionary War, then I fail to see how it’s anything BUT appropriate given the story. Unless simply writing about Revolutionary War soldiers is sexist.

    • It’s because it’s from Vision Forum. Vision forum spends a lot of time talking about how men are supposed to be murderous environment destroyers for god who make sure that the girls don’t get any silly ideas about equality in their heads.

      This is not an exaggeration. In fact, what Vision Forum thinks men should be is often so offensive and horrifiying when you unpack it, the mind boggles. And they have even worse ideas about women. And people who aren’t straight. And people who aren’t cisgender. And people who believe UFOs are aliens, because they are actually demons hoping you’ll think they are aliens, because aliens disprove the existence of god. Oh, and Giant Squids prove science is wrong about evolution.

    • I think it’s simply the fact that separate events are held for daughters and sons, and that they’re characterized so differently. They focus on the differences between the sexes and inevitably insist that each gender stay in their place, and thus cause problems for each gender.

  3. Hank Vandenburgh says:

    It’s actually tuchas. I don’t like the Hustler woman in the meat grinder cover. I’ll call that sexist. I don’t care about this stuff.

    • I’m glad there’s someone here who hasn’t swooned at the thought of products aimed specifically at men, or at women.

  4. But I want guys to stare sexily at me…

  5. BritterSweet says:

    The True Grit picture… is that Adam Sandler?

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