Congratulations are in order. Anti-sex feminists and pro-religion parents have found common ground. They've dropped the pro-choice and pro-life picket signs to band together to fight the evils of the human body. While some of us are worried about smallpox attacks and suicide bombings, these guys are worried about tits and ass.
Organizations involved include NOW (The National Organization of Bitter, Ugly Women) and the Parents Television Council (a censorship-advocacy group who rated Buffy the Vampire Slayer the worst show on primetime network TV, somehow ranking it below Will and Grace). These groups, along with six others, are protesting the CBS airing of the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show.
In a jointly-signed letter to CBS, the groups wrote, among other things:
"In an era in which women strive to not be treated as sexual objects, programs such as this only offend women and distort their image."
Distort their image? These feminazis and Bible thumpers are so blind to reality that they actually think that the bodies of real, living women are distortions of the image of women. If women can distort the image of women, these idiots would be offended by Gumby, for Christ's sake.
And screw the women who are offended by Victoria's Secret. (On second thought, don't. You'll hate yourself in the morning.) Which women, exactly, are striving not to be treated like sex objects? If you find one, do me a favor and keep the cold, sexless bitch away from me. Can you imagine one of these women catching her husband with a hard-on?
"Get that thing away from me! You know I hate to be reminded that I have a vagina!"
To feminists, a penis is a vaginal dowsing stick. An icky reminder that they're not all grey matter.