It seems what we have here in the news today are a few fine examples of what women must put up with on a daily basis.
Heidi Klum quite rightly wondered what she possibly has to do with the election and why Donald Trump should be bringing her name up.
Klum first humorously responded to Trump’s declaration that she was no longer a “10” by making a mocking video.
Next she came out with understandable anger:
But really, the whole entire situation about women is not really funny, you know to put a number on a woman, especially women. We juggle so many things and I feel that women who support their families, who have children, who make their lunches, drive them all over the place, work at the same time—I mean, we do so many things. So in my book, every woman is a 10.
Just the fact that Trump believes that women should be “rated” in any way and that it’s OK to say it out loud makes me throw up a little.
And in Missouri, lawmakers are having their own problems with women.
Unable to stop themselves from sexually harassing women, they believe the solution is to blame the victims. Make them wear different clothes. Because you know, it’s not fair that they should look good, that’s too tempting.
I’m seeing a trend here—insecure men who are grasping for a way to build themselves up. It’s a shame they can’t do it on their own, but need to take down a few women on their way.