Monday, December 22, 2014
Light Blogging For the Holidays: Drawing the Vagina And The Last Presidential Press Conference Of the Year
Not much light this time of the year (happy belated solstice!), so the term must be used in the sense of weightless or not so important or funny.
For example, here are drawings of the vagina by a few men. The drawing project was a test. You might wish to notice that the vagina is not drawn in any of the pictures (it's the vulva that is shown there). The other mistakes are fun, too.
We should do the same drawing project on the male genitals by women, to see whether lack of information is equally distributed or not.
And what fun that president Obama press conference was! For some reason he took questions only from female journalists. Why? Did he try to balance his question-taking by the end of the year? Or was this the first stage of the new feminazi world where not one single man is ever allowed to open his mouth?
Some meninist sites suggested the latter, to which I might mutter that if the press conference had only allowed questions from men we wouldn't even have noticed. That's how common having men do most of the public talking is, for various reasons.
Can you guess how Howard Kurtz, Fox's media critic, criticized those women's questions? This is so delicious: The questions were "bland, tentative or rambling."
So. If the questions had been deemed aggressive, what on earth could Kurtz have said about them? That they were strident, hysterical, illogical? Probably.