Misogynist McCain pimps his wife to horny bikers

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John McCain is a misogynist pig.  

When he's not joking about how they like to be raped by animals he's making misogynistic jokes about Chelsea Clinton and the US Attorney General.

And he doesn't even respect his own wife, whom he as dubbed a trollop and a c@nt.

But, not content to do that, he now has trotted his blonde heiress wife Cindy (is he trying to play Rick Solomon to her Paris Hilton?) in front of the crowd in Sturgis, S.D. to pander to some good ol' fashioned red-blooded Americans.

The details below the fold.

CNN has the details.

If there were any Obama supporters to be found in the vast Buffalo Chip campground, they kept quiet.

Indeed, McCain felt so comfortable at the event that he even volunteered his wife for the rally's traditional beauty pageant, an infamously debauched event that's been known to feature topless women.

"I encouraged Cindy to compete," McCain said to cheers. "I told her with a little luck she could be the only woman ever to serve as first lady and Miss Buffalo Chip."

Say whuh?

That's right.

Let's read more about this 'beauty pageant' from ESPN.

Buffalo Chip has a reputation for that sort of thing. It holds a Miss Buffalo Chip contest every night, which is essentially a topless beauty pageant. And occasionally bottomless, too. During a drenching rain Wednesday night, the contest broke up into smaller groups and one woman wound up dancing naked on a bar top. Her boyfriend/husband saw her and angrily dragged her away as she struggled to put her pants back on and muttered something about how, "It's only this one week a year."

I laughed when I heard the guys at Buffalo Chip tell the story, but then I thought about the conversation I had with Pearl Gulbranson, who was working at the Crisis Intervention Center for domestic abuse, which is located in a house across the street from the Broken Spoke. Gather 500,000 people in one spot, feed them a lot of alcohol and there are bound to be some serious problems.

"We average three or four 'contacts' a night," Gulbranson said. "And a lot of women get abandoned here. They get left behind with no way of getting home. So we're here to help."

Rape culture, objectification of women, domestic violence, and raw misogyny.  This is what John McCain thinks his own wife is worth.

UPDATED: "Show Ur Tits 4 McCain."

Tags: John McCain, misogyny (all tags)

Comments

74 Comments

There's no end to what

traditional media lets him get away with.

I'm sending your diary to all my female GOP family members.

by magster 2008-08-05 07:53AM | 0 recs
Re: Misogynist McCain pimps his wife to horny bike

 nagster, are you suggesting that had Obama offered his wife up as a beauty contestant in a pageant famous for its history of debauched topless performances that the liberal media would have made it a very important story?

by QTG 2008-08-05 07:59AM | 0 recs
The headlines would all have one word

in them:

"Ho."

But St. McCain can do no wrong.

by Geekesque 2008-08-05 08:00AM | 0 recs
Re: Misogynist McCain pimps his wife to horny bike

Obama would be crucified for it. His campaign would be over.

by X Stryker 2008-08-05 08:01AM | 0 recs
Re: Misogynist McCain pimps his

I think I just threw up in my mouth a little. McCain makes Bush look like Mr. Rogers.

by X Stryker 2008-08-05 07:59AM | 0 recs
Greatest. Title. Ever.

But appropriate. This is bizarre.

by Scan 2008-08-05 08:02AM | 0 recs
Sad ...

Same comment I left over at Kos:

Poor John he's grown old, but not up. Even sadder Cindy didn't smack him up side the head with a full Budweiser can.

by jsfox 2008-08-05 08:02AM | 0 recs
Re: Google NEWS results

for "Miss Buffalo Chip":

Results 1 - 8 of about 82 for Miss-Buffalo-Chip. (0.41 seconds)

That is a remarkably small number (for those who don't realize it).

by QTG 2008-08-05 08:07AM | 0 recs
Re: Misogynist McCain pimps his wife to horny bike

I really can't imagine the kind of s**t storm which would follow Obama if he came within 5 miles of Sturgis let alone volunteered his wife to the beauty pageant.

I guess the good news is that if the word could get out about this, it may turn off some of the more earnest Religious Right type folks.  At least a few of them are actually about "values" and not about just hating libruls.

by the mollusk 2008-08-05 08:15AM | 0 recs
The Silver Lining

I think it's good news that ESPN is covering this story in this way.  The CNN report is so bland that you could very easily miss the part about McCain volunteering his wife.

More importantly, I'm going to venture a guess that ESPN's readers are made up of almost entirely "independent" males, probably mostly under the age of 30.  If this group gets turned off to McCain, Cindy can compete in Miss Buffalo Chip next year too.

by the mollusk 2008-08-05 08:19AM | 0 recs
Re: The Silver Lining

On the other hand, the majority of the ESPN audience would be all about watching this contest. I doubt this will have any effect at all on young males.

by PSUdan 2008-08-05 10:58AM | 0 recs
Re: The Silver Lining

Maybe you're right.  But there's just something so cheesy about it.  Plus it just doesn't fit with the cultivated McCain "brand".  It's not really that they would be offended by it per se.  It's just that they would see it and go "eww".

by the mollusk 2008-08-05 12:35PM | 0 recs
sorry

this kind of attack stuff turns me off.

by Koan 2008-08-05 08:23AM | 0 recs
Re: sorry

I hear what you're saying, Koan, but can you imagine the coverage if Obama did something even remotely similar?  I think that's the story here.

by the mollusk 2008-08-05 08:33AM | 0 recs
Re: sorry

Maybe.  It's the cultural equivalent of Obama giving a speech at like Lollapalooza and being tarred because there's a rave tent on the other side of the pavilion where dirty hippies are taking Ecstasy.  And he makes some tossed-off joke like "Michelle really likes to dance, maybe she should head over to the rave!" and the Republicans start pushing a storyline like "Obama wants his wife to TAKE DRUGS."

We should be hitting McCain on energy, Iran, and the Bush economy, not playing culture games.  My take only of course.

by Koan 2008-08-05 08:43AM | 0 recs
Re: sorry

Very apt analogy.  Thanks.

by the mollusk 2008-08-05 08:51AM | 0 recs
Re: sorry

Your analogy doesn't work because the rave doesn't implicitly involve the objectification, removal of agency, and debasement of the people who participate in it.

This "beauty contest" necessarily does.  Putting aside the issues with beauty contests as a whole, this particular contest is uniquely degrading towards women and utterly misogynistic in every way.  If Barack Obama joked about his wife dancing topless and possibly bottomless, simulating fellatio on another woman with a banana between her legs, and engaging in any of the other incredibly problematic things that go on at those "beauty contests," he would be - and would deserve to be - called out on it.

by mistersite 2008-08-05 09:03AM | 0 recs
Re: sorry

the rave doesn't implicitly involve the objectification, removal of agency, and debasement of the people who participate in it.

Ever been to a rave?  Cage dancing?  I mean I was candyflipped pretty hard at my last one but I seem to remember a lot of scantily-clad women getting sexual as all hell for the viewing pleasure of the dancers.  I'm sure that to people as unfamiliar with raves as most of us likely are with the Sturgis bike rally, all of those cultural judgments apply.

I mean, hate on the Sturgis rally all you want, my only point is that culture-war attacks on candidates turn me off and I'm sure lots of others as well.

by Koan 2008-08-05 09:15AM | 0 recs
No, it would be like Obama saying

that Michelle should go shake her booty for a bunch of drunk hip-hoppers.

by Geekesque 2008-08-05 09:04AM | 0 recs
Re: No, it would be like Obama saying

Booty?  Hip-Hoppers?  

How very... White of you.

by Whash 2008-08-05 09:40AM | 0 recs
We're talking about how the press

would cover it.

by Geekesque 2008-08-05 09:50AM | 0 recs
I don't create the landscape.

I just walk on it.

by Geekesque 2008-08-05 08:49AM | 0 recs
Re: I don't create the landscape.

You should cross post this over at Alegres Asylum and see how they feel about who they're now supporting.

by venician 2008-08-05 10:15AM | 0 recs
They'd delete it. eom

by Geekesque 2008-08-05 12:08PM | 0 recs
Re: They'd delete it. eom

Then say it's about Obama.  Once it's rec'ed, edit it to say McCain.

by Jess81 2008-08-05 01:51PM | 0 recs
1st reaction: Disgust. 2nd thought: Rec! n/t

 

by bobswern 2008-08-05 08:43AM | 0 recs
I'm with Koan

I seriously hesitate to talk smack about McCain for speaking to bikers.  A huge percentage of bikers are good Americans, and a lot of them very well could vote for Obama, because they're not stupid.  The "mysogyny" doesn't really bother me unless the men are forcing the women to take off their clothes; the culture is a discreet group with differing standards with regards to modesty and sexuality.  I wouldn't be surprised if the crisis worker people saw similar numbers of abandoned women at any event of equivilent size and access to alcohol.

This was a clever campaign hit by McCain.  Obama needs to target that group somehow, too; I admit that he would get crucified if he went to Sturgis, but he's gotta think of something.

by Dracomicron 2008-08-05 08:58AM | 0 recs
You don't think that volunteering

his own wife for a pornographic strip-tease provides insight into John Sidney McCain's character?

by Geekesque 2008-08-05 09:03AM | 0 recs
Don't be stupid

Seriously.  Just because an event has gotten rowdy in the past and some clothes have disappeared doesn't mean that it's "pornographic."

I suppose if someone had a wardrobe malfunction at the Sturgis Pancake Breakfast, that would be "pornographic," too.

If McCain offered his wife to partake in a Girls Gone Wild event, THAT would be "pornographic."

This attitude isn't becoming of you, Geekesque.

by Dracomicron 2008-08-05 09:28AM | 0 recs
There is very little

difference between Girls Gone Wild and Miss Buffalo Chip.

Do they perform simulated fellatio on bananas in Girls Gone Wild tapes?  They do at Miss Buffalo Chip.

by Geekesque 2008-08-05 09:34AM | 0 recs
Eh... there's a difference

Girls Gone Wild is actually porn.  No, seriously.  They make fellating bananas seem like prayer in the morning at church.

I can't believe I'm having this conversation. :D

by Dracomicron 2008-08-05 10:41AM | 0 recs
In my world...

women fellating bananas from between other womens legs is actually porn.  I am also finding myself curious about the churches you attend and the prayers they perform.  

by tonedevil 2008-08-05 10:59AM | 0 recs
Church of the Randy Banana

You should see the collection plate.

by Dracomicron 2008-08-05 11:01AM | 0 recs
Re: Misogynist McCain pimps his wife to horny bike

Bikers can be great people and the governor was there. McCain was talking about a beauty pagent not a strip tease.

by whothere 2008-08-05 09:11AM | 0 recs
Go peddle that crap

somewhere else.

P.S.  You suck, Mr. Ratings Abuser

by Geekesque 2008-08-05 09:20AM | 0 recs
Re: Go peddle that crap

Bikers can be great people and the governor was there. McCain was talking about a beauty pagent not a strip tease.

Which of these statements is untrue?

by Koan 2008-08-05 09:23AM | 0 recs
Miss Buffalo Chip

is a porn show.  It's a topless show where women perform simulated fellatio on bananas dangling between another woman's leg.

by Geekesque 2008-08-05 09:32AM | 0 recs
Quite a pageant!

Link may not be work safe.

http://www.236.com/tag/Miss+Buffalo+Chip +Beauty+Pageant

by JJE 2008-08-05 09:51AM | 0 recs
I don't care.

I even don't care about whatever names he calls his wife. That's their relationship. She's sure got enough money to walk away, should she so choose. She's fine. Cindy's right where she wants to be despite the name calling & the bad temper.

How McCain & Obama treat their wives is none of our business as far as I'm concerned.

by cosbo 2008-08-05 09:19AM | 0 recs
Re: Misogynist McCain pimps his wife to horny bike

I can assure you Cindy Mccain would be flattered .

He was complimenting her .

by lori 2008-08-05 09:29AM | 0 recs
Is this snark?

"What woman doesn't like to be told she has great tits?"

by Geekesque 2008-08-05 09:33AM | 0 recs
Re: Is this snark?

John Mccain didn't say that so I don't really know what you are referring to.

Maybe I missed something ?

He just said she should take part in the beauty contest which is a compliment to her .

by lori 2008-08-05 09:41AM | 0 recs
Miss Buffalo Chip is a beauty contest

like Girls Gone Wild is a documentary.

by Geekesque 2008-08-05 09:44AM | 0 recs
Re: Miss Buffalo Chip is a beauty contest

I believe you are protesting a little too much .

He was just complimenting her ( tongue in cheek ) .

You can watch it here if you want .

http://cosmos.bcst.yahoo.com/up/player/p opup/?rn=3906861&cl=9134455&ch=4 226716&src=news

by lori 2008-08-05 09:55AM | 0 recs
Re: Misogynist McCain pimps his wife to horny bike

I think it's none of our business; however, we should take notice of how both candidates treat their wives. If both candidates espouse equality among both sexes - mainly equal pay for women - we should look at how they treat the women in their lives so we gain some insight on how they might govern on issues that are important to women.

by Steve24 2008-08-05 09:31AM | 0 recs
Re: Misogynist McCain pimps his wife to horny bike

And there ya go.   Obama pays his female Senate staffers less than he does the men.  McCain pays female staffers more.

http://hotair.com/archives/2008/06/30/do es-obama-pay-women-less-than-men/

On average, women working in Obama's Senate office were paid at least $6,000 below the average man working for the Illinois senator. That's according to data calculated from the Report of the Secretary of the Senate, which covered the six-month period ending Sept. 30, 2007. Of the five people in Obama's Senate office who were paid $100,000 or more on an annual basis, only one -- Obama's administrative manager -- was a woman.

The average pay for the 33 men on Obama's staff (who earned more than $23,000, the lowest annual salary paid for non-intern employees) was $59,207. The average pay for the 31 women on Obama's staff who earned more than $23,000 per year was $48,729.91. (The average pay for all 36 male employees on Obama's staff was $55,962; and the average pay for all 31 female employees was $48,729. The report indicated that Obama had only one paid intern during the period, who was a male.)

McCain, an Arizona senator, employed a total of 69 people during the reporting period ending in the fall of 2007, but 23 of them were interns. Of his non-intern employees, 30 were women and 16 were men. After excluding interns, the average pay for the 30 women on McCain's staff was $59,104.51. The 16 non-intern males in McCain's office, by comparison, were paid an average of $56,628.83.

by miker2008 2008-08-05 10:24AM | 0 recs
100 McCain points for you.

50 for citing Michelle Malkin's site.

50 for publishing pure bullshit--most of Obama's senior staff are men, so of course they'll earn more than the junior people.

by Geekesque 2008-08-05 10:31AM | 0 recs
Re: 100 McCain points for you.

"... most of Obama's senior staff are men, so of course they'll earn more than the junior people."

And this is a point in his favor?

by miker2008 2008-08-05 10:36AM | 0 recs
Re: 100 McCain points for you.

I think the point is, the stats don't mean shit.

by KLRinLA 2008-08-05 10:53AM | 0 recs
I think it'd be interesting to know who hired them

If they are staff members that Sen. Obama hired and pays directly, then this article is noteworthy. However, if these are staff members that are provided to all senators and paid by the Secretary of the Senate's office, they may be federal employees who are paid according to a legislatively established pay scale.

I tried to follow the article's internal links but can't get them to work. I ran across this site and it at leaat gives examples of the types of personnel that the Secretary's office might provide to the senators.

http://www.legistorm.com/office/Senate_S ecretary_of_the_Senate_Administrative_Se rvices/24/48.html

by Liberal Monk 2008-08-05 11:30AM | 0 recs
If your top three people are all men,

it of course throws off the stats.

It's nothing but Swiftboating by Statistics.

by Geekesque 2008-08-05 12:12PM | 0 recs
Re: Misogynist McCain pimps his wife to horny bike

The sexism of John McCain is clear.   Are those of you incensed by this equally clear on the sexism that pervades liberal and progressive sphere?

Chris Matthews:  "Hillary is where she is because Bill cheated."

Olbermann:  "[what we need] is a deal where a superdelegate takes Hillary into a room and only he emerges."

Tucker Carlson:  "When Hillary comes on stage, I involuntarily cross my legs."

Barack Obama campaign:  "Bro's before Ho's"
Obama himself:  "sweetie"

Stokely Carmichael (when asked what's the ideal position of women in the Black Power movement):  "prone"

by miker2008 2008-08-05 10:16AM | 0 recs
200 McCain points for you!

Dishonesty, racism, and pure nonsense.

The Obama campaign never said "Bros before hos."  That was a lie.

Tucker Carlson is a Republican

Matthews is not part of the progressive movement.

And Stokely Carmichael is relevant, how?

by Geekesque 2008-08-05 10:29AM | 0 recs
Stokely Carmichael

is, in fact, dead.  Has been for ten years.  This place deserves a better class of douchebag troll.

by JJE 2008-08-05 10:39AM | 0 recs
Re: 200 McCain points for you!

Oh please, being called 'racist' by an Obamabot is practically a compliment, at this point.   You people have watered down the meaning of the term that much.   Which is sad, for those who still suffer from the real thing.

I've heard Obama supporters say 'bros before hos'.  

Matthews, are you kidding?  He's a commentator on the most liberal-biased cable channel there is, has stated that his dream is to be a Senator, that working for the people is a higher calling than talking to the people, and looks like he has actually run for office in PA.   So, what, you're going to say he doesn't have a card or badge or secret progressive handshake?

http://www.ourcampaigns.com/RaceDetail.h tml?RaceID=284778

Stokely Carmichael and Black Power were squarely in the liberal/progressive sphere.   That's why he is relevant.

by miker2008 2008-08-05 10:52AM | 0 recs
The ever chaning BS...

Originally you said Obama Campaign, now it's Obama supporters.  And, as was pointed out earlier Stokely Carmichael isn't in any sphere now.  If you think he is currently relevant you probably aren't.

by tonedevil 2008-08-05 11:09AM | 0 recs
pfffthahaha

A guy that's been dead 10 years - his comments are somehow relevant? Oh, but he was in the black power movement so of COURSE, OF COURSE Obama represents his words.

Goddamn, you're stupid, ignorant, racist, or all three.

by upstate girl 2008-08-05 11:10AM | 0 recs
300 McCain points

for shamelessness, repeated race-baiting, and pure assclownery.

by Geekesque 2008-08-05 11:14AM | 0 recs
Disgusting...

I was looking at the Sturgis schedule and noticed that you have a beauty pageant and so I encouraged Cindy to compete. I told her, with a little luck, she could be the only woman ever to serve as both the First Lady and Miss Buffalo Chip.

The "beauty contest" event at the sturgis rally has always been a euphimism for a drunken striptease.  So can the few commenters who went "aww McCain thinks his wife is pretty" be intellectually honest for a moment.  McCain knew what he was implying with this statement.  

by Tenafly Viper 2008-08-05 10:17AM | 0 recs
What a bunch of pathetic McCain apologists

The people making excuses for McCain are the same folks screaming bloody murder over Obama's use of the word "periodically". Sad, sad people that very clearly could give a crap about feminism.

by taylormattd 2008-08-05 10:24AM | 0 recs
Re: What a bunch of pathetic McCain apologists

I don't want to make any excuses for McCain, my problem with this line of attack against McCain is that it shouldn't come from the Obama campaign, perhaps maybe if the media "exposed"

I just don't want Obama to say McCain was pimping his wife, there would be massive backlash  for him being the fun police.  Also, if Obama did this same thing, yeah, he would also be publically called out by the MSM, again, the double standard that we know Repubs are jerks, while Dems are "all PC and stuff" so it is always hypocrisy for the Dems and, well "ya know how it is", for the Repubs.  pretty lame huh?

by KLRinLA 2008-08-05 10:49AM | 0 recs
Obama shouldn't say it

The media and his surrogates should talk about it.

by Geekesque 2008-08-05 11:15AM | 0 recs
Re: Obama shouldn't say it

why not, I am for that,  drop a line or two here and there when talking to the pundits

by KLRinLA 2008-08-05 12:12PM | 0 recs
Re: What a bunch of pathetic McCain apologists

Fact is, they're both offenders.   So let's move on and talk about policy.  

Except ... hm ... the list of issues on which they disagree is shrinking daily.  

By November, I wager, they will be identical in all respects except physical appearance ... the one thing Obama hopes to make an advantage ('symbolly' as he is) and McCain will try to downplay ('fossilly' as he is).

by miker2008 2008-08-05 10:56AM | 0 recs
you failed debate class

Casting false similarities? Uh huh. Sure thing. Since they're so similar you obviously wouldn't care which one got elected.

by upstate girl 2008-08-05 11:13AM | 0 recs
Re: What a bunch of pathetic McCain apologists

wtf are you talking about, "both offenders".  I ma getting dizzy, you re going in many directions, I suggest you take a break from your trolling and refill on some hate, lies, and smears, you know recharge your puss batteries.

by KLRinLA 2008-08-05 12:13PM | 0 recs
Re: Misogynist McCain pimps his wife to horny

And on a somewhat related side-note, have any of you read Bob Herbert's piece in the NYT "Running While Black"  Even if you don't agree with his viewpoint it's a very compelling arguement.

In it Herbert discusses the Paris Hilton-Britney Spears McCain ad.  He talks about how it used the concept of notoriously naked women along with phallic imagery to appeal to the persistent hostility some white Americans have with "black men rising above their station and becoming sexually involved with white women."  

Looking at the McCain story through this filter, it makes me wonder if the press would have allowed Obama to get away with making a speech there at all, let alone making the type of comment that McCain did about his wife.

by Tenafly Viper 2008-08-05 10:37AM | 0 recs
Re: Misogynist McCain pimps his wife to horny

yeah, that was pretty layered ad, Obama is just a celebrity for the sake of celebrity like these mindless girlz, and below that, "Oh crap, Obama president? ohs noes, what's next... hide the white women, the blacks are going to get them!!11!!"

by KLRinLA 2008-08-05 10:51AM | 0 recs
Re:

Oh please..can you guys get off your high horse.  He's at the Sturgis, South Dakota biker rally.  You guys need to go sometime.  the scnery is beautiful up in the Black Hills.  and it's a great american tradition.  Give McCain a break for god's sake.  Stop smearing him every chance ya get.  

by karajan72 2008-08-05 11:58AM | 0 recs
Presidential nominees dishonoring their spouses...

...by "joking" that they wanted them to objectify themselves in a degrading, sexist "beauty pageant" in which women simulate fellatio with fruit is a "great american tradition"?

Funny, I don't remember hearing about that from Thomas Dewey or Warren G. Harding.  Care to provide links?

John McCain will get a break... on November 5.  Until then, it's open season on his (lack of) character and integrity.

by mistersite 2008-08-05 12:24PM | 0 recs
It's not McCain I'm worried about

They're smearing bikers... that's worse in my book.

I've been reading some of the firsthand Sturgis accounts, and the bikers seem earnest and simply misinformed.  They like McCain because he's a war veteran who talks their talk, not because of any particular policy beyond "Obama is going to spend all our money."

I thought that the progressive blogosphere would be a little more tolerant of a lifestyle that's out of the mainstream.  We think a drag queen show is all in good fun, but some biker chicks flaunting their nudeb bodies is somehow pornographic?  What's the differance, really?  Both put non-mainstream sexuality on display.  You could say that the women at Buffalo Chips are being denegrated while drag queens are empowering themselves, but others with a different viewpoint might say that drag queens are demeaning themselves while Miss Buffalo Chips gals are just having a little fun.

We're all so high-and-mighty around here;  sometimes we're just as bad as rightwing hate sites with our intolerance.

by Dracomicron 2008-08-05 12:42PM | 0 recs
Re: It's not McCain I'm worried about

I won't even get into my level of disgust over the event itself.  As much as I'd like to get into it, it's not relevent to my point.

A drag show is a worlds apart from pornographic games and nudity during a public festival.  No one is nude at a drag show.  In order for it to even qualify as a drag show, it requires men to be wearing clothes.  There is a huge divide between putting your sexuality on display(even though you don't have to be gay to be a drag queen--hence it has little to do with actual sexuality) and performing a public striptease.

If you want a better analogy you might try the Folsom Street fair which happens every year in SF.  Nudists, men in leather, sex games.  And no, I don't think that it's proper for that to occur in public either and it would be completely inappropriate for someone who is running for a public office to campaign at any openly sexual festival.  There isn't any hypocrisy here; it would be equally inappropriate for McCain to attend the Folsom street fair and talk about how he'd like to get Cindy into a pair of leather chaps for a round at the spanking booth.

I don't think that would be a very proper or classy way to court the gay population and I don't think this is the proper way to court bikers.  There are some things you just don't do to obtain votes.

by Tenafly Viper 2008-08-05 01:33PM | 0 recs
And the problem with sex is?

Damn we Americans are a prudish race.

by Dracomicron 2008-08-05 01:37PM | 0 recs
Re: And the problem with sex is?

Nothing, if kept where it belongs.  But when you have festivals which objectify females and gay males and then you incongruously interject politics you run the risk of condoning sexism and prejudice in our society.

I don't like it's existence regardless--that's just a personal preference (no big deal, I just won't attend)--but it should definitely not be something that's advocated for by our politicians.

by Tenafly Viper 2008-08-05 01:58PM | 0 recs

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