The politically correct Glamour Magazine has reportedly waived the one defining requirement of candidates for its “Woman of the Year”
honor—a double X chromosome—in conferring the title for 2015 on crossdresser Bruce Jenner, a move many women are finding insulting.
The magazine is expected to formally announce its choice of Jenner as woman of the year, along with actress Reese Witherspoon, on November 3.
Criticisms are already piling up from women who find the choice of Jenner to be demeaning, and are falling into two main camps. First, out of all the
real women in the world, could Glamour not find one worthy of the title of Woman of the Year without needing to fish in the male pool of boys dressing
as girls? Link to
I'm so sorry for the children of the world trying to make sense of the daily deluge of madness. So parents, how are you dealing with this stuff in
terms of raising a child today? Is it..."We're the righteous church and they're the evil heathens?" That wouldn't be enough to inspire hope in me if I
were a child growing up today.
How do you hope to live a decent life when you're surrounded by pure excrement like the story above? Do you hope that people will come to their
senses? There are no signs that that's happening on a mass scale. Sure, people wake up all the time. But, probably for every individual that wakes up,
two stick their heads further in the sand.
And who can blame anyone for sticking their head in the sand at this point? Do you want to lift your head out of the sand to hear about Fukushima or
Bruce Jenner being named 'woman of the year'? I'm starting to wonder if keeping your head in the sand isn't the wise choice at this point.
Increasingly, it hardly seems to matter. We're going off the rails on a crazy train.
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