Feminist Hypocrisy – Boobs

Written by Jasmin

Apparently, I’m late to the party.  This is nothing new when it comes to girl stuff because it doesn’t normally interest me. However this is one I’m marking in the Calendar for next year.

March 31st was International Cleavage Day, so bite my nipples – I’m going to celebrate late and yes, that’s my cleavage you’re looking at.

So why do I care about International Cleavage Day? Because I want to call out feminist hypocrisy, of course.

The last 48 hours have shown many more examples of feminist guff relating to objectification and the way men see us. Here’s a tip ladies, men like to see our breasts and they like them in what ever form they come in.  What they don’t like to see are your lies and deceit and the shame that you shroud them in for enjoying and respecting women’s breasts. It’s human anatomy.

Feminist Breast Hypocrisy #1

Most of you know that 48 hours ago I had my face profile reported for ‘nudity’. I should probably wear more make up?

This was nothing other than a scam by scared little girls and I wasn’t the only one. Janet Bloomfield kindly came into the conversation and created a ‘controversial’ post by baring her breasts and showing the natural beauty of her body which had created life to her children. The feminist FB police allow nipples only when breastfeeding, and she was quickly shut down.  Screen Shot 2015-04-01 at 3.06.21 pm

Here is the image that caused the fury. Feminists reported her because it’s OK to show a breastfeeding nipple, but not a nipple that has breastfed.Interesting, but also a bigoted agenda.

You see, feminists are all about women, just not all women. Not women like Janet and I at least. Here’s a tip feminist ladies – we’re OK with that.

Feminist Breast Hypocrisy #2

Further feminist hypocrisy came in the form of a HuffPost article about supporting International Cleavage Day. Screen Shot 2015-04-01 at 3.17.26 pm

HuffPost wrote this. =======>

You see, when the feminists support breasts, they support healthy breasts and any initiative that will bring awareness to healthy breasts.

So, it’s OK to show your boobs as long as you do it in the name of breast awareness.  Yeah, right ladies. Cause the rest of the time you’re covered up just so you’re not objectified. But at least one day of the year you can show the puppies for the world guilt free. Ahem… bullshit.

Feminist Breast Hypocrisy #3

I have always had a great set and I have always been told by other women

“if you’ve got ’em, flaunt them”.

These women, (and I could name a list of 20 without drawing breath) identify as feminists. So it’s OK for women who identify strongly with feminism to suggest to me privately that I should show my rack, even in front of their husbands, but not when it comes to making public statements about them.

It’s OK for feminists to quietly believe one thing, but they must publicly say another, or nothing at all.

For ladies who identify as feminists, and the men who support you, please go check your nipples for accuracy on your beliefs. If they are standing on edge right now, I’m guessing you’ve got a dirty little feminist secret that says that feminist bullshit that I encountered this week, is not YOUR feminism, right?

You can’t pick and chose what you support (pardon the pun) – you are either for feminism, or are prepared to stand up against it.

 

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Jasmin

Jasmin is a specialist men’s coach who supports men in all aspects of relationships, but specifically those who are going through high conflict separation and divorce. She is also a dedicate advocate for services for men and their children who have been victims of domestic violence and abuse.

Jasmin helps men who are struggling and feeling lost and alone, to move to a place of acceptance and confidence so they can move ahead and live a life consistent with their values and beliefs. She believes strongly in the power of overcoming past hurts through empathy and compassion.

She is a mother of two, author, presenter and coach. She lives in the idyllic coastal town of Merimbula, NSW, Australia.

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