Days after Senate Republicans unanimously blocked a vote on the Paycheck Fairness Act, Phyllis Schlafly, founder of “pro-family” organization Eagle Forum, claimed that providing women with equal pay for equal work would deter their chances …
Ummmmm, no. I much prefer finding my financial security and securing my livelihood in a way that doesn’t require me to lay on my back and think of England, thank you very much. I didn’t spend years working to get my masters degree to then be relegated to the position of whore, kthxbye.
Fuck off, Schlafly. You’re shirt didn’t fly forty years ago and it ain’t doing any better today.
Agreed! I still feel sooooo bad for that poor kid. He is so tormented and to see him looking so longingly at that belt, believing that it is his only possible salvation, just broke my heart all the more for him.
Thank you, The Good Wife, for prodding a white hot poker into a still tender wound. But I have to say there is also something strangely therapeutic about seeing this very real aspect of the human experience being portrayed so honestly on TV.
“Ifest thou loves something, stayeth the fucketh away from its fandom. Any aggravation, anger, sleeplessness, disappointment, rejection, or ulcers occurring as a result of engaging with others is purely thine own fault for being stupid enough to want to share what thou loves with the Internet. Thou hast done it to thyself and no one shall feel pity for you.”—
people who characterize elizabeth’s relationship with gregory as “cheating” make me want to claw my own eyes out.
I’m not sure if this was specifically in response to a post I’d made previously, but I did want to clarify. I meant HE viewed it as cheating. From his perspective, he felt betrayed like she’d cheated on him when she had an affair with Gregory.
There is a distinction and I should have been more clear about that.