Visible G-string Friday
This story starts back here with Roger Sutton – another scalp for feminism followed by Andrew Litte feminazis’ new top white-knight and A big THANK YOU to Roger Sutton
following Sutton’s resignation from CERA (Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority) after a complaint of sexual harassment.
Amongst Roger Sutton’s impropriety is his ‘Visible G-string Friday’ comment, for which he’s taking a beating.
Of course sexual references and innuendo are about as rare as wide-mouth frogs, should never happen, and apparently women need to be protected from this.
Likewise, how many times have any of us been the butt of a joke (shit, am I allowed to say that) by other people deliberately taking an innocent comment the wrong way.
Life is full of it.
Sitcoms are full of it, and it’s nothing new.
Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew …
‘tongue in your tail’
… is at the more risque end of his lively references.
Today, it’s commonplace in movies and songs, especially in children’s stories, where innuendo is used to attract adult attention.
SHREK, like many other children’s movies is a good example, and it starts right from the beginning and appears in all the sequells.
Lord Farquaad being shown Snowwhite in the mirror.
“Although she lives with seven other men, she’s not easy.”
Let’s not forget the regular use of sexual innuendo in marketing, that’s thrown at us daily, over radio and TV.
I’ve seen John Key making a lot of noise about this but have a little look back here: around the time of his mincing down the cat-walk at the Rugby World Cup.
However he (Key) has not resiled from remarks he made on his radio spot with broadcaster Tony Veitch just over a week ago when he listed a number of female celebrities he would have on his “wish-list”, and called British actress Liz Hurley “hot”.
And this …
International media labelled the remarks sexist, but Mr Key did not step back from the comments when asked about them this week.
Questions were also raised about the appropriateness of Mr Key appearing on a radio show with Veitch, who was convicted in 2009 of the violent assault against his former partner Kristin Dunne-Powell.
Well, I certainly hope Kibblewhite threw that back in Key’s face after being accused of associating with a feminist declared felon.
Key is happy to tag along with the ‘sail into Roger Sutton club’ and the ‘sail into Andrew Kibblewhite club’ when he has happily defended himself for exactly the same thing.