Started by Amber, Aug 30, 2003, 01:22 AM
"Girl babies are plopped on a toilet, they're not to look at themselves, they're not to touch themselves, but they are instructed that this is a body function they must manage, control.... Girl babies are given a consistent message of contamination, that what you have down there is dark, it's dirty, you don't touch it. After they do urinate the next thing they are taught to do is to wipe themselves clean with lots of toilet paper, and then to wash, wash their hands until clean. Boys, on the other hand, are taught to hold their penis, to aim it, and we give them great praise when the stream of urine hites the toilet bowl."
Plop girl babies on a toilet, and tell them to play with themselves the whole time they pee. Don't worry about your baby controlling this bodily function, have her pee when the spirit moves her. What is down there is totally natural and beautiful, bask in it. Don't wash after you pee, are you paranoid that it's dirty or something!? Don't wash your hands either, hey ... the body is beautiful. When you teach boys to pee, don't praise them when the pee hits the toilet bowl, the only way women can be liberated is if boys can't pee in the toilet.
Duhhh, girls need to wipe themselves after urinating, and boys don't.
Quote from: "Amber"Duhhh, girls need to wipe themselves after urinating, and boys don't. Well, we do have to shake it off when we're done.
Nancy Friday isn't bad looking. Although she says repeatedly she felt she was all her life.
"How interesting that a woman would burst forth with a tract advocating modesty as a lifestyle choice for other women. How predictable that in her wake would follow a legion of conservative male supporters. How absolutely bizarre that Andrea Dworkin would lend her qualified support in a glowing book jacket blurb. I could go on forever, simply puzzling over the phenomenon of this 23-year-old modesty proselytizer and her odd-lot of acolytes. But what I really find outlandish is the fact that this argument is being hailed as anything other than a clarion call for a wholesale return to patriarchy."