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Australian Tycoon Slammed for Controversial Photos With Women



20 responses to “Australian Tycoon Slammed for Controversial Photos With Women”

  • rox driscoll May 20, 2015 at 5:33 am Reply 

    i think i know how to make the feminist shut up! well the online ones who are total cunts that is. we get them and the facebook/youtuber Christians who ironically have some of the same ideas such as "if your not like us you are wrong!" and the "shun the non believer! " and so on and have them just have a huge orgy and they may all finally shut up!

  • Schala May 20, 2015 at 5:58 am Reply 

    Eating something salty like french fries when you have a craving can help styme it.

  • Schala May 20, 2015 at 6:05 am Reply 

    Also, inb4 people sympathising for me for liking a bit of BDSM… I'm not a fucking victim. I enjoy the damn thing. Not everyone's sex life is bland missionary-only sex

  • TheAlmonteFilms May 20, 2015 at 6:36 am Reply 

    I think the feminism movement had a sense of misdirection nowadays. Instead of focusing on shit that matters they focus on shit like nipples and porn and a man having some kinky fun with CONSENTING women. To say that those women are whores or degraded is actually against their own beliefs. A real feminist would want a woman to do as she pleases. It's like we show women with tits in the media and then its bad. Then we say "okay guys no more tits" then its bad because there is no freedom. These women have the freedom to choose to take photos like this. As you said, the actual FORCED sexualization of women in human trafficking is an actual issue that should be controversial. But you barely see viral articles being made about atrocities like that. Just viral videos about first world nitpicks like nipples and not enough female video game characters and women getting called beautiful on the streets when they step foot into the hood.Sexualization will always happen. But that's because every humans like to be an object of sex at some point in life. Sex is a HUGE part of life. One of our primary goals and activities. And sex sells so you will always see sexualization of both men and women in the media to grab attention. 

  • Monica Apple May 20, 2015 at 10:20 am Reply 

    Hmm, another patriarchal scumbag who treats women like we are just property to be owned. Why am I not surprised? We need a serious revolution against the assigned gender patriarchy and I believe it will come with the election of Hillary Clinton to office of the President.

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