Emerging Hotties of 2008

I feel like pissing off feminists. You know those ‘men make women into sexual objects and therefore oppress them’ crowd. I’m also tired of reading the narcissistic ramblings of those haggard, crusty, old, weak, socialist scum hiding under the banner of ‘Women’s Rights’ but are much more interested in ‘Re-shaping Society to suit out Communist Goals’.

But seriously, the right women are as great as the bitches are evil. Good women are now in the minority, so don’t hold your breath in regards to finding a decent one. Concentrate on honing your mind and your abilities, at least then you know you’re investing in something that will definitely benefit you.

Anyways, it’s the weekend and I’m tired of ranting. I want to prove something.

That men adore women.

Also, as you look through the list, try and explain how they are ‘oppressed’ by these images. Feel free to look over them again to try and clarify your thoughts LOL. Gemma Atkinson and Odette Yustman will do nicely. And Jessica Lucas. And Kate Mara… Anything but this.

COED Presents: Emerging Hotties of 2008

By the way, I suggest watching Shooter if you can. It’s a class movie.

Have a good weekend, folks.

Sláinte!

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10 thoughts on “Emerging Hotties of 2008

  1. I didn’t mean the white men discrimination thing as a logical extension, that was a statement of principle about focusing on the views of one group at the expense of others.

    True, women in porn sometimes have something to say, but their vocation precludes people taking them seriously I guess. Stereotypes, wouldn’t surprise me if some of those porn chicks were very clever. People make choices for themselves, other people decide whether they will accept them or not. An equilibrium is usually reached in a free society about what is right and wrong, good and bad.

    It is the tinkering of politicians that is making everything worse.

  2. No one group should automatically ‘get more attention’. People should be given attention on their merits, experience etc. Sex, race and the like shouldn’t have anything to do with it.–FMWatkins

    I think we’re talking about 2 different things. I really do not believe that paying more attention to women in politics/business over women who make money off of their bodies will lead to discrimination against white men (which is an impossible type of discrimination anyway). Why worry about that? But yes, merit, experience, etc usually follows women in politics (rather than those in let’s say, the porn industry).

  3. No one group should automatically ‘get more attention’. People should be given attention on their merits, experience etc. Sex, race and the like shouldn’t have anything to do with it. There are probably more men than women who are ignored anyway. Look at who the majority of media, politics, advertising targets.

    What next, saying businesses should discriminate against white men so ‘minorities’ or some other arbitrary group can get more attention? That opens up a Pandora’s box of social engineering. Which isn’t freedom.

    You may not realise it, but that ends up leading to communism/ totalitarianism. Forcing society to be ‘equal’. (The definition of which lies with a tiny minority).

  4. “Well if they wanted to be heard they could go into politics, although I’m sure that doesn’t pay as much. These women have a say more than most men. They just don’t want to say anything, they’re actresses and models.”–fmwatkins

    True. But money is likely the motivating factor for those women rather than wanting to be looked at.

    Tipping in favour of women being heard and not looked at? That involves what, more government laws and regulations?–FMWatkins

    No. I was thinking more along the lines of who should get more attention. Now that I think about it, a woman is likely to be “heard” if she goes into something like politics or business than showing off her body (and she gets more respect I should add). I think that is what women are complaining about in regards to the oppression issue.

  5. LOL HL. My thoughts exactly.

    These women choose these professions and agree to these photo shoots. They are not oppressed. Being looked at and not heard? Well if they wanted to be heard they could go into politics, although I’m sure that doesn’t pay as much. These women have a say more than most men. They just don’t want to say anything, they’re actresses and models. Tipping in favour of women being heard and not looked at? That involves what, more government laws and regulations? Another step towards total state governance. Society is the way it is and people are the way they are. Their actions do not involve anyone being hurt, and probably soothe a few souls. Trying to change it amounts to social engineering. That is never free.

    The largest porno production houses are owned by women anyway. Jenna Jameson and mates etc. Regards to people being half naked on media, well I’m quite libertarian, so it’s none of my business to tell others what to do (not that you are telling them).

    I’m not complaining about these pics though :-p

    ‘Max’ – Is that all you’ve got to say? And do you think ‘somebody with a penis’ gives you authority or something? Facts have authority, emotional outbursts do not.

    Silly fool.

  6. What is the true exploitation occurring here…it is these beautiful women who are getting paid to titillate the male sex drive with visual seductiveness! They are exploiting the natural, male biological reproductive imperative based on visual stimuli to make some $$$!

  7. It’s not that the images itself are oppressing. There is a certain feeling of powerlessness that goes along with being just something to look at and not heard. It should be balanced if not tipped in favor of women being heard. This could also be related to the problem of rape and sexual abuse in society. I’d have no problem with men admiring beautiful women in the media if they were fully clothed. If men want to see women naked or in sexy underwear, it should be in the privacy of his own bedroom. But I must admit that there is a certain level hypocrisy among women. We complain and complain about these images of women but we will go lustfully crazy over sexy pics of men (including some feminists). I’ve witnessed that. That is true even of many women who claim they don’t. We complain about porn marketed toward men, but those steamy erotic novels and the so-called woman friendly porn are popular among women and older teen girls.

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