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I made up my mind not to do business with females in the health care field, that and foreigners. Every time I have had a woman or a non-american it was a doctor who did not care one bit about me nor understood my conditions. Especially the females. They are clueless. They really think men are just work horses or something. But when I had American male doctors they always nailed exactly what was wrong with me, what the mental issues were and had advice to deal with it.

I find it very hard to believe that women who do not care about men and go out of their way to be rude and hostile to men to "keep the riff raff away" somehow are going to provide me with any real care.

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) - Authorities detained a Saudi woman on Saturday after she launched a campaign against the driving ban for women in the ultraconservative kingdom and posted a video of herself behind the wheel on Facebook and YouTube to encourage others to copy her.

Manal al-Sherif and a group of other women started a Facebook page called "Teach me how to drive so I can protect myself," which urges authorities to lift the driving ban. She went on a test drive in the eastern city of Khobar and later posted a video of the experience.

"This is a volunteer campaign to help the girls of this country" learn to drive, al-Sherif says in the video. "At least for times of emergency, God forbid. What if whoever is driving them gets a heart attack?"

Human rights activist Walid Abou el-Kheir said al-Sherif was detained by the country's religious police, who are charged with ensuring the kingdom's rigid interpretation of Islamic teachings are observed.

Al-Sherif was released hours later, according to the campaign's Twitter account. The terms of her release were not immediately clear.

Saudi Arabia is the only country in the world to ban women - both Saudi and foreign - from driving. The prohibition forces families to hire live-in drivers, and those who cannot afford the $300 to $400 a month for a driver must rely on male relatives to drive them to work, school, shopping or the doctor.

Women are also barred from voting, except for chamber of commerce elections in two cities in recent years, and no woman can sit on the kingdom's Cabinet. Women also cannot travel without permission from a male guardian and shouldn't mingle with males who are not their husbands or brothers.

The campaigners have focused on the importance of women driving in times of emergencies and in the case of low-income families. Al-Sherif said unlike the traditional argument in Saudi Arabia that driving exposes women to sinful temptations by allowing them to mingle with policemen and mechanics, women who drive can avoid sexual harassment from their drivers and protect their "dignity."

Through Facebook, the campaigners are calling for a mass drive on June 17 and more than 12,000 people viewing the page have indicated they support the call. To encourage women to get behind the wheel, al-Sherif went for a drive on Friday as another activist filmed her.

Dressed in a headscarf and the all-encompassing black abaya all women must wear in public, al-Sharif said not all Saudi women are "queens" who can afford to hire a driver. She extolled the virtues of driving for women, saying it can save lives, and time, as well as a woman's dignity. Al-Sharif said she learned how to drive at the age of 30 in New Hampshire.

"We are humiliated sometimes because we can't find a taxi to take us to work," she said.

On their Facebook page, the group says women joining the campaign should not challenge authorities if they were stopped and questioned, and should abide by the country's strict dress code.

"We want to live as complete citizens, without the humiliation that we are subjected to every day because we are tied to a driver," the Facebook message reads. "We are not here to break the law or demonstrate or challenge the authorities, we are here to claim one of our simplest rights."

Geez I would think this is a no brainer for American feminists. Women can't vote. They can't drive. Sounds like something to fight right? But here's NOW's website

Not ONE MENTION of this. This Saudi woman has got some guts to do this in a country where they cut off hands for stealing yet not one mention of this on NOW. Instead its all me me me me mine mine mine mine. Busting men down who do help women, demanding more entitlements.

But just as bad, where are the rest of American women? This really reeks of "I got mine" type attitude.
I also don't believe she is as taunted as she wants people to believe. Maybe one or two kids. With all the PC crap in schools I'm surprised the males aren't carrying her throne or something.

But the article does bring up a point it misses itself about misogyny. Notice the girl complains about ridicule but never says anything about the ridicule Bachman gets as a woman. Somehow Bachman must not be a woman or something. And who does the ridicule... liberal men.
Main / Re: NOW never ceases to amaze
May 17, 2011, 10:07 AM

Giving women the right to vote was a mistake.
I think having a vote but not removing the patriarchy protection was a mistake. That puts women in a unique position that they can vote for stuff but men are obligated to supply them. Can't have a vote without equal responsibility. Its like women voting to go to war. If women don't fight in war and can't be drafted then its a bit unfair they can vote to send men to war.
In my industry women laughed at us men, called us nerds and freaks for years till magically the industry started making its first billion. Then they lined up demanding 50% and all that abuse was magically forgotten.

To this day they walk around like princesses treating us like we are unworthy to smell their poop, going out of their way to be rude to us or to avoid us so "the nerds don't ask them out".

Imagine white people treating blacks like that.

So I ain't shedding a tear here.
Main / NOW never ceases to amaze
May 15, 2011, 09:00 PM

On April 28, hundreds of NOW activists and allies gathered around the country to make sure politicians know that women "do not want to work until we drop!" About a dozen actions in various states drove home the message that NOW opposes increasing the retirement age to 69 years -- something that conservatives in Congress are pushing. Activists also protested the proposed dismantling of Medicare and block-granting of Medicaid.

So again more evidence that feminism is the biggest user of patriarchy. They don't want independence or responsibility. They want a buffet table. Since women now live to be around 83 they want close to 20 years of paid for retirement. All these entitlements from the state. So they chucked men out of their lives and replaced men with government.

Social security was only set up for WOMEN (since men pretty much bit the dust at 60) since SOME women lived past 63 and only a few years more. SS age should always have been going up. It should be around 78-80 by now.

And look at their main page. Its all ME ME ME ME ME. Heck I just saw an article about a Saudi woman defying the law and driving a car, that's what made me go to NOW to see if they praised her. Instead no mention of her and all these ME ME ME ME articles.

But if you're a priest diddling a kid WATCH OUT!

Even though they showed the incidences of sexual assault by priests is no higher than the general public.
"Yea, but they had a sexual intent when they touched my breasts"

Great. Ask her to prove intent. Unless she's psychic how does she KNOW the guy's intent. And if we're to believe ANY touching of breasts is intent for sex then how does that NOT make breasts a sexual part of the body.

If you believe there exists NO other reason to touch breasts other than sex then breasts are a sexual organ.


Coventry Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre

Well, the word Prevention isn't part of the centre's name, is it?

Yeah the name kind of implies that's what they offer, not what they prevent.

Yes if I leave the keys in my car to use the ATM machine in no way am I responsible if my car gets stolen.

BTW I've done that before with my motorcycle, left the keys in it while at the ATM. Talk about double jeopardy. But according to the slut walk people I'm not responsible for being stupid.
Main / Re: OT, motorcycle riding!
May 10, 2011, 11:39 AM

I have been looking at the electric bikes and am tempted.  They are so darn quiet though...I worry no one would know you were there

You can always install a sound system, a sensor on the right handle and a small ECU which simulates exhaust sound... and then you can select the sound in software.  :greener:
I'm currently building an electric bike. 72 volt. There are some interesting ones out. In fact you can buy the shell and kits.
Main / Re: Roxxxy Does It All!
May 09, 2011, 02:24 PM

Interesting. I thought men were all about just getting it in and out and leaving yet look at the differences in sex toys. Tons of them for women and nothing like this. Could it be men want something MORE and maybe something that requires a bit of interaction too instead of the old claim of "in-out-get out!" society portrays us as wanting?

That's a good point. Women give a lot of lip service to wanting spiritual mates and partners and emotional contact yet all their toys are in-out contrivances that simply do the job then are put back in the drawer.

In fact how come women do not have software that mimics the kind of guy they want sans the sex? Mr. Listener. I supposed a turned off machine would suffice since they don't care what we men think anyway.
Reminds me of a Married with Children episode. Al gets pissed off women are breast feeding in his store and kicks out a breast feeding mom. So Marcy shows up with her feminist pals and has a "breast in" where these women all sit in Al's store and breast feed. Marcy goes on and on about how its "natural" and "its the human body". So Al invites his huge, fat male friends to show up and have a shirtless day. They take off their shirts and walk around and dance and Al says "Hey its natural" which causes the women to leave in droves.
Take your child to help you look for work day.


I am surprised that no one has said anything about what an attractive, smart, and apparently sensible young lady this is.

I'll tell you what. She is about as decent of a young lade as exists it seems to me. Nevertheless, I wouldn't want to be "hitched" to her.

No matter how sincere she may be, when the time is right, she'll probably take advantage of all the legal mechanisms available to her to torture her man.
She strikes me as an "I'm every guy's friend" type. I've met women like that before. They go out of their way to surround themselves with guys who they never put out for but want to be friends with. Now I'm not saying this is her obviously.