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The “Natural” Superiority of Women

Posted in Uncategorized by m.snowe on August 1, 2011

Written by Ashley Montagu. “Ashley” like the Gone with the Wind character “Ashley” (i.e. male). A man says women are better, so it must be true!

This book was courteously brought to my attention by my friend Dan, who likes to assume the air of a juicebox, but is actually quite a funny dude (here’s the proof).

M.Snowe thinks the best way to handle this is to play some paperback roulette. Get ready for weekly pearls of wisdom.

Don’t you too want to know some of the insights this book revealed, the ones that “stirred a controversial storm of both praise and condemnation from aroused readers?”

Wouldn’t you also like to be aroused?

Wouldn’t you like to know if “only men suffer from webbing of the second and third toes, bark-like skin and hairy growth on the ears”? (The hairy growth deadens the senses)

This is the kind of hard-hitting sexual politics our generation lacks.

M.Snowe randomly picked page 112. (Chapter 9–Women and Creativity)

“Why is it there have been no great musicians among women, no great logicians, philosophers, and poets? Why so few musical instruments of the first rank, painters, scientists, inventors, and technologists? Have not women, from the earliest times or, at least, during the last few hundred years received an education in music, in painting, and been employed in kitchens to which they have not, by their own invention, contributed (so it is usually said) a single gadget?

You know, that’s a good question. Why hasn’t a single woman throughout the recorded history of the world created a single thing? Aside from huge credit card bills? My money (at least, the money that I didn’t spend on my appearance) is on menstruation.  The blood in the uterus is the most creative (as it was supposed to “make” a baby) and it’s lost every month. That’s why M.Snowe is going to an invent a menstrual blood dialysis machine. Watch out, creative world. Here come the women. We’ll be juiced on baby batter blood and as creative as all get out.

Next time–let’s consider to Rousseauian implications of whether or not horrible women drivers are actually a phenomenon.

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  1. ohlordwhy said, on August 1, 2011 at 3:44 am

    I’ll bet that guy Dan is so good looking.

  2. m.snowe said, on August 1, 2011 at 4:49 am

    He’s the kind of man who’s so hot a girl would give up her property and the right to vote just to look at him.

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