Man Up, You Damn Pussy -- A Retort to NY Post's Kyle Smith

Oh, I'm sorry, Kyle Smith, did the Golden Globes get your panties in a bunch?

NY Post


Seriously, the amount of bitching you did at having to watch successful women for a few hours on your TV makes me wonder if you're on the rag. Get hold of yourself, man.

The last thing we need is another bro crying hysterical tears about cruel Hollywood (Hollywood? Nay,life) completely forgetting about your penis.

If you want something done, do something, don't just sit there, eating your gallons of ice cream and whining in mass media...like a girl.

Be the change you want to see. Strike out in leadership and dominance. Christ, men wonder why their rights are disappearing when all they do is PMS all the time instead of pulling themselves up by their boot straps and getting the job done.

I mean, what's the matter? Are you too much of a pansy to actually do something about this sorry state of affairs?

Be a man, God.

Instead of filling your pretty little head with all this inane gossip and gerrymandering, call people to action.

Okay, so you didn't like the jokes. There's no need to get all uppity about it, Jesus. All these men always overreacting to shit and exaggerating it. Vagina is a word, it's not that bad.

Better yet, instead of mindlessly complaining, why don't you face your fears, full-frontal. It's not like they're going to rape you.

It would be totally ballin' if you manned up right now, is all I'm saying.

Plus, if you didn't enjoy it, it's your own fault. Living in the 2000s means you're going to see some women outside the kitchen sometimes. You're pretty much asking for it, anyway. So don't expect me to feel sorry for you. Stop playing the victim all the time, God, you are so manipulative.

I'm just asking you to calm down. Seriously, are you okay? Stop being such a little bitch.

Think you can handle your business now, nancy-boy? Or should I get you your smelling salts?
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The Golden Globes and all media messages need more estrogen, Kyle, because regardless of what you think about the style, content or structure of the individual shows, the disgusting diatribe above is basically 'the pep talk' every high school boy hears in the locker room when things in his life go wrong.

Media representation is important as a trend. I care not about the specific content right now because how much marginalized groups are represented in the media is important, and not just for feminists. For you, too.

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