Now who runs Mother Jones? The editors are two White women: little whiney Clara Jeffery and big boned Monika Bauerlein. And I hate women like this because they think they're my friend.
They are no woman's friends. But these two Honkeys think they can trash a White woman and it's okay cause the put a little Black girl on the cover. Kiss my Black ass, Clar and Mons, kiss my Black ass.
I'm a woman, not a little girl. When you insult a White woman and think it makes you look soulful you're really just making an ass out of yourself. No one thinks, "Brave White woman!" They think, "She'll use anyone to try to push herself ahead."
As much as I hate the two pieces of trash that are responsible for Mother Jones (a magazine I once loved but one that went downhill so quickly at the end of the decade), I hate the faux 'feminist' set. Like the losers at Name It Change It. From their stupid Facebook page:
Name It Change It We've gotten several emails about this Mother Jones cover, which parodies 1950s B-movie "Attack of the 50-Foot Woman" -- and blatantly sexualizes Sarah Palin in the process. What do you think: innocent homage or insidious sexism?
Hey, Dirty Whores, I'm not blowing you kissed, but I am giving you a finger. I'm so sick of this. "Mrs. Palin." Oh, Paula, you're not only fat and ugly, you're also a BITCH.
Sorry, little girls, my Black ass never promised to give up the B-word and as many a rap song says, "If you're acting like a bitch, we gonna treat you like a bitch."
That's all their acting like. Bitches.
Jealous little bitches.
Read their other Facebook bulls**t and you'll see it's not a: "Is this sexism, what do you think?"
It's sexism. They wouldn't do to a man and, point of fact you Dirty Whores, Sarah Palin's not running for any office, she is not on any ballot in the mid-term. This obsession with her is not healthy.
You want people to stop calling you bitches, quit acting bitchy.
You damn well know that putting Sarah Palin in torn clothes that barely cover her body is sexualizing but you little bitches won't call it.
Kiss my Black ass.
This is why I hate some women. They think it's okay to defend their favorites and in a clear example of sexism, the most they can offer -- because they don't like Palin -- is, "Gee, do you think it's sexism."
And sure enough one who got beaten with the ugly stick shows up to crow and cackle about "Mrs. Palin." That would former Governor Palin or it would be Ms. Palin if you're a feminist. I don't call Hillary "Mrs. Clinton." I actually just call her Hillary -- and did so when campaigning for her -- but if I were to leave out her first name and put something in front of Clinton, it would be "Ms. Clinton." I don't call Laura Bush, a woman I had no use for, "Mrs. Bush." I call her "Ms. Bush." But then I'm a feminist and not little bitchy girl who thinks it's okay to be silent when women on the right are torn apart with sexism.
I'm so damn sick of it. I applaud real feminists. I applaud Ava and C.I. who didn't just defend Hillary against sexism in 2008 and they didn't just defend Palin against sexism, they also defended Cynthia McKinney and pointed out that the easiest way to marginalize a woman is to ignore her. And that's what our 'feminist' 'friends' at WMC did. I was there when Ava and C.I. ripped apart two women with WMC -- to their faces, ripped them apart -- over the fact that Cynthia McKinney was running for president and WMC was ignoring her. See that's the difference, Ava and C.I. walk the walk and talk the talk. They're not cowering or begging, they're standing up as two strong women who aren't going to take all of this s**t that's being hurled at women. One of my favorite pieces they wrote was "The Vagina Strikes Back! (Ava and C.I.)."
Oh my goodness. When they wrote that . . . They came back and gave the piece to Jim who read it outloud to all of us. He started with the title. Someone stopped him and asked Ava and C.I., "No really, what are you going to call it?" They said that's exactly what they were calling it. They liked the sound of it, they like the triumphant nature and the vagina -- "which has amazing elasticity" -- had stood up to all of the 2008 attacks (they wrote the piece of October 2008). We were kind of stunned that was going to be the title but were loving it. And then Jim went back to reading their writing so full of so many truths. Here's one: "A woman always knows the way to garner the easiest applause is to stop fighting." That is so true. And they point out that Hillary and Cynthia both knew that dropping out would have made them heroes to all the men (and some women) who were attacking them.
And I consider myself so lucky to have been able to work on "Editorial: Taking sexism seriously" with them. And that's true of all us writing that, we all knew we were damn lucky to have Ava and C.I. They owned that editorial. And it remains one of the most popular editorial's Third has done.
Ava and C.I. are the real deal. By contrast, these little bitches who don't have the courage to launch a strong defense of a woman? They're useless.
People look at this community and e-mail me asking, "How did such a strong community get started that doesn't put women at the back of the bus?" They'll note Kos and OpenLeft and all the other b.s. sites that are really nothing but a bunch of men in the spotlight. How did such a strong community of women grow? Look no further than C.I. She's tough, she's strong and she's paved the way online. A right-wing blogger (female) e-mailed me to say she "never" agrees with C.I. but "damn, that girl's got spunk." And she does. And her being there -- or any woman on the right to be fair to them -- and writing about serious topics and not pussy-footing around or trying to play like she's not that bright and all the boys are smarter is a real step for women. C.I. has made a difference in her six years and counting online. Not a lot of others can say that. And this community? We have so many women bloggers in it because C.I. blazed the path and was our inspiration. One of our community bloggers is Trina and she did "Pizzas" last night interviewing everyone to answer a reader's question so be sure to read that.
Here's C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"