Should Women in the U.S. be Embarrassed ?


From Washington Examiner / Opinion

Iraq passes law legitimizing spousal rape as American feminists try to ‘Ban Bossy’


By Ashe Schow | MARCH 16, 2014 AT 2:48 PM

Women in Iraq are up in arms over a new law that gives husbands the right to force their wives to have sex with them whenever they want.

Two dozen women protested the new law, which also allows girls as young as nine to be married and automatically grants husbands custody. The protest took place on March 8, which was also International Women’s Day.

“We believe that this is a crime against humanity,” Hanaa Eduar, an Iraqi human rights activist, said. “It would deprive a girl of her right to live a normal childhood.”

So while women in Iraq are deprived of their freedom to marry when and whom they want, and forced to have sex when they don’t want, what were so-called feminists in America doing?

Coming up with the “Ban Bossy” campaign.

Yes, as women in other countries lose basic human rights and freedoms, the elite women of America were trying to ban a word.

Can you say “first-world problems”?


Is it fair to compare these two events?

Does this mean anything in the long-run?

Looking forward to your opinion.

Mrs AL

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12 Responses to Should Women in the U.S. be Embarrassed ?

  1. Terry says:

    I can’t say ‘Bossy’ any longer ? Oh, The Horror !
    But that’s OK. That wasn’t the 1st word that came to mind when I thought of HildaBeast anyway.

  2. Kathy says:

    It may be fair to compare them on a current events level, but on the progression level it’s incomparable. American women have progressed at a much faster rate, partly because our men aren’t barbarians and partly because we’re…well…we’re bossy.

  3. garnet92 says:

    Not that we needed any more evidence, but this does illustrate (once again) the hypocrisy of the N.O.W. coven. No women, anywhere, are treated with less respect than women unfortunate enough to be born in a Muslim country. Yet their oppressors get a pass from the NAGs – how can they justify that?

    • Mrs AL says:

      Their justification is the classic one … it doesn’t affect them personally. Therefore, it is a non-issue. Problem is, one little day it just might. They are short-sighted and selfish.

  4. Hardnox says:

    As noted, the hypocrisy of this doesn’t pass the smell test.

    The nags must have run out of stuff to complain about if “bossy” is now a word that is verboten. That is so stupid.