Archive - 2008

Where’s the Beef? Feminist Leaders on tiptoe with Submission to Obama and Rick Warren?

A concerned reader wrote us to ask if any Feminist organization has publicly denounced Obama’s decision to have Rick Warren give the invocation on Jan. 20th. Excellent question…we decided to do a quick round-up.

December 30th

A Chicken comes home to Roost; Rep. Bobby Rush cries Lynch and the Media gave him the perfect right to do so.

FemiSex found it appalling that the press threatened the electorate with charges of racism if the electorate failed to vote Obama.
Indeed Hillary fans, Palin fans, and the female candidates themselves were tarred and feathered with charges of racism by The Press, in their concerted effort to prevent the White House from gaining ovaries-in-chief.

Feministing as Female Enfeeblers--Just Say NO!

Recently, this popped up on :

“. Sex and the City-I know I'm going to get some shit for this, but I have to ask how we can consider something truly feminist that has NO CLASS or RACE ANALYSIS. I enjoy it. I'm down to watch it. But do we have to call it feminist?”
This graf was under this heading: Top Five Feminist Posers. Sex and the City was rated number two, Sarah Palin number one!

December 29th

The RNC can speak out against racism, but the DNC is SILENT ON SEXISM!

This headline just posted on CNN: “RNC Chairman Condemns Controversial Obama Song”.

(CNN) -- The chairman of the Republican National Committee said he was "appalled" by a song called "Barack the Magic Negro" on a CD distributed by one of his political rivals.
"The 2008 election was a wake-up call for Republicans to reach out and bring more people into our party," RNC Chairman Mike Duncan said in a statement reported Saturday afternoon by Politico.

December 28th

Hark the Herald—Women as their own Roadblocks are perhaps the largest Roadblock to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.

A CNN poll finds Red women prefer Huckabee over Palin.

“It might come as a surprise to some that Palin does better than Huckabee among GOP men but that Huckabee beats Palin among Republican women,” says CNN Polling Director Keating Holland.

December 26th


A Christmas Present for FemiSex.
Readers often send personal notes to FemiSex via the Contact Link on the page. I usually consider those not for printing, but this week the below missive came to us and it is simply too excellent not to post. The intent of the writer seems clear--sharing it with the most eyeballs for the greatest response. I will not publish any identifying information on the writer, but would be most happy to publish her name if I hear from this writer that she wishes for us to do so.
I did no edits other than the addition of Caps to guide readers.

December 22nd

Obama’s Cabinet hits above the mark for Black representation; for women—not so much.

This story just appeared on CNN: “Why Some women’s groups are miffed at Obama”

The CNN lede tells readers how wonderful Obama is b/c he is putting lots of diversity in his Cabinet.

“CHICAGO, Illinois (CNN) -- What's made up of five women, four African-Americans, three Latinos, two Republicans and two Asians, including a Nobel Prize winner?
The answer: President-elect Barack Obama's Cabinet.

On Sexting and Shame

If you would be so kind as to take a listen to this video clip from CNN you will hear a male anchor ask: Is there no Shame anymore with a lot of our young girls?

What the CNN anchor is referring to is the fact that some high-school girls sent nude pictures of themselves via cell phone to their boyfriends.