Skip to comments.MELISSA: CALL ME THE HUSBAND (isn't that SPECIAL?)
Posted on 12/26/2003 7:44:57 AM PST by presidio9Edited on 05/26/2004 5:18:02 PM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
MELISSA Etheridge definitely wears the pants in her relationship with Tammy Lynn Michaels.
When Etheridge, 42, walked down the aisle in Malibu last September and swapped vows with Michaels, 28, the "bride" wore a lacey gown designed by Badgley Mischka.
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What a sick, talentless freak she is...
You are joking, I am sure, but dont be surprised what may happen in the future.
Women are now in process of taking control. The majority of people in college are women, in law school, soon to be in medical school, in vetinary school, etc. Women withing the next 20 years will have the majority of high paying jobs, and will be in the majority of political and government positions, as well as the head of the household in any family where the wife makes more money than the husband.
Those who think todays male is being feminized by todays schools and laws, havent seen anything yet.
It wouldnt surprise me one bit to see males eventually being made/required to wear skirts at sometime in the future just like females were once required by the men to wear them until the 1970's.
I personally know/saw women who were fired from their jobs for coming to work wearing pants as recently as 1971, and I remember women being prohibited from entering a church, a school, and even restaurants if they were wearing pants until the mid-1970's.
Regardless, women are in process of taking control, they are now even entering the once all male-dominated fields like police, military, postal workers, even construction. If men dont start going to college and start getting good high paying jobs once again, men are voluntarily giving up control.
If you are not old enough to remember the 1950's, you dont know how much things have changed since then. Todays society is nothing like the male-dominated-ruled 1950's, and most of the changes are yet to come.
Thats because you were never forced to go to school in a skirt every day no matter how much snow there was or how cold it was outside and you were never fired or denied employment in any good paying job.
As soon as the majority of our judges and mayors and governors and school boards become female, you will see lots more changes in our society, not only in our court system, not only in divorce court, not only in our schools, not only in the composition of our workforce, but in other ways as well.
But dont you see that that is exactly what is changing.
It used to be that the man was strong, powerful, in control, and was running things, and the female was submissive, and under male domination.
In todays society, women are now more educated than men, thus some would say smarter, if you will, than men(at least women are far more educated than men in the United States since women have outnumbered men in college for 30 years).
The "natural order" has been disrutped, men no longer hunt for the food, nor do they get the bigger paychecks.
Women have for centuries wanted men who were successful, had money and power, etc. Now, it is women who are in positions of power at many corporations, and it is women who are getting bigger paychecks than men(if they get any at all after being laid off from the factories).
Women are not used to marrying men who make less money than they do, who have lower status jobs than they do, who are less educated than they are.
There are only so many (few) men left out there today who are taller than women, who have more college than women, who have better and higher paying jobs than women, etc.
Perhaps some women are just continuing to do what they have always done for thousands of years: marrying someone who is more educated than they are, making more money than they do, is more assertive than they are, has more social and work status than they do......
, but that no one with biological male organs fits that description anymore?
Just a thought. Frankly, I am deeply disappointed in todays males, who are for the most part, uneducated, anti-gun, anti military, and basically just plain sissy for the most part, esp among the younger males who are not old enough to have been in ww2.
When most of todays young males do not carry guns, do not serve in the military, do not go to college, do not have good high paying jobs, do not get into fist fights anymore, do not race cars, just what do you expect a young girl to do?
If you are young, and you want someone who is tough, assertive, smart, eduucated, has a good high paying job, who is actively involved/engaged in politics, who may even have been a cop or in the army at one time, who probably played on the high school varsity sports team, then you are more likely to find a biological woman that meets that description as you would find a biological male who fits that description.
Dont blame me, I am from another generation, I just happen to see a lot of todays young males and females.
????. She seems to doing all right now.
By Marilyn Beck and Stacy Jenel Smith
Anne Heche, hubby Coley Laffoon and baby Homer are off for Christmas with Coley's family in Saratoga, Calif., this week with the actress looking forward to diving into her role opposite Alec Baldwin in the March-opening Broadway revival of "Twentieth Century."
In fact, the actress formerly known as Ellen DeGeneres' significant other declares that 2003 has been a "magical" year for her, both professionally and personally. She gave birth to son Homer in March, completed New Line's supernatural thriller "Birth," with Nicole Kidman (due in April), the indie ensemble feature "Sexual Life," and the Jan. 12 Lifetime telepic that deals with child abuse and neglect, "Gracie's Choice."
And why is it that the less successful member of a lesbo celbrity duo always gets the job of breeder?
What's Ellen doing now to make her more successful?
My nomination for the dumbest comment by a suedo celebrity in 2003.
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