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Thank the Patriarchy

Thank the Patriarchy

It built your car.

From frequent photographer Ulises:

Down with the patriarchy and…

Sanders for president…!

I guess that must mean Hillary IS part of the patriarchy.

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legacyrepublican | September 5, 2015 at 9:17 am

Isn’t Zeke a boy, I ‘m sorry, cisboy’s name? And how exactly is he, I mean the cishe, fueling you?

    Under the pro-choice doctrine, Zeke can be a boy, a girl, confused, and aborted/planned.

    That said, the labels “cis”, “homo”, etc., are discriminatory against the gender fluid. It violates the letter and spirit of The Supreme Court’s ruling for congruence under the State-established pro-choice cult.

      legacyrepublican in reply to n.n. | September 6, 2015 at 1:13 am

      Ergo my point, I am a tradition “he” man … but if I were liberal, I would be a “cishe” or “sissy” boy.

      Speaking of which, I found it interesting to read about the TN court that decided they couldn’t grant a divorce because of the Supreme Court decision. If it changed the definition of marriage, it also changed the meaning of divorce.

Progressive confusion/corruption (PC) claims another victim.

Under The Supreme Court’s ruling for congruence (“=”), it is not legally possible to unambiguously classify an individual under the biologically motivated labels of patriarchy and matriarchy.

Who cries for traditional bumper stickers?

“Thank the patriarchy…It built your car.”

and wiped out the scourge of disease with antibiotics and vaccines, produced the plastics that revolutionized medical treatment, developed indoor plumbing, air conditioning, synthetic fabrics, transistors, computer chips, the combustion engine, the turbine, air travel, the telephone, and virtually every advancement and convenience in food, clothing, shelter, human longevity and mobility we now take for granted.

I think both the patriarchy and matriarchy can be overbearing. Still, I honor and love my father and mother.

Although rumored to be a clandestine cross dresser at night, the inventor of the automobile, Karl Benz, was a buttoned-down member of the patriarchy by day.