Anyway, I followed the link to the story and started reading the comments. There were the usual crazy ones, but this one stood out as being the most feminist.
What gets me is how you rarely hear of men making this kind of effort to attract a woman. it also says a lot about how men are very much focused on looks and not the mind of a woman wheras we women often have to make do with very unattractive men physically as rare is the man who takes care of his appearance to the extremes that women are expected to. Very unfair, don't you think?What this sad old bitch has missed are the numerous references to Shahnaz's addiction to wealth in the article - the entire article is about a deluded old 41-year old virgin who spent nearly a year's salary (she earns GBP 25,000 a year as a teacher after decades of studying. Wouldn't you know it?) on cosmetic surgery - with nary a boob job or tummy tuck in sight - all for one goal.
- Jamie, Luton
What was her stated goal?
She saw herself married to a wealthy and loving man, living in a period detached house, preferably in some leafy road with two children - naturally a boy first, followed by a little girl.Some more hints?
At the same time Shahnaz says she answered an ad for a therapist to work for a football club, motivating the team. It was there, during her interview, she met Michael for the first time.Come on, that's the patriarchy speaking... right?
"He was a wealthy businessman who was involved in the running of the club. He was more than 20 years older than me but everything I wanted in a partner," she says.
"My looks didn’t attract the sort of wealthy, intelligent men like Michael. Instead, they were seedy or unintelligent men who thought, mistakenly, that I would be the right woman for them."I believe that's sufficient proof that this woman is a total privilege princess who believes the world should be handed to her on a platter by the man she chooses for the task.
So this feminist cuntista glosses over the entire article about this vacuous gold-digger and launches straight into a tirade against men - that we have it so easy, that we focus too much on looks, that women have hearts made of gold to "make do" with less attractive men. She could be channelling Andrea Dworkin for all we know.
And this worldview is typically feminine, not to say that it isn't feminist. Feminists have a hard time looking at themselves in the mirror and not thinking "oh i am sooo oppressed today. where did i put my herbal mask made of baby foreskins again? damn patriarchy, always making me forget stuff!"
Women have only themselves to blame for their emphasis on beauty and youth and sexiness and appearing alluring. But hey, I don't care. I get to look at eye candy occasionally so I'm not complaining about all the hot skanks around - even the 40+ ones because unlike women, I can avert my eyes or just simply not care when something offensive, like that Shahnaz Tart falls into my field of vision.