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More alt-feminist fratricide

Late last month feminists celebrated a victory, after convincing Formula 1 racing to get rid of its gird girls. Now the women who lost their jobs are slamming the feminists for their unwanted interference. [story]


You don’t s’pose the Trigglypuff brigade is a tad envious, do ya?

(What? Nah, I’m just in it for the title pun.)

6 Comments!

  1. Blake
    Posted February 1, 2018 at 6:58 pm |

    Good looking gals and fast cars have always gone together.

    I cannot believe Formula 1 caved.

    The guys running Formula 1 are less afraid of driving a car 200 mph than feminists? Really?

  2. OldFert
    Posted February 1, 2018 at 9:24 pm |

    What’s that quote? That something not specifically conservative will eventually be taken over by and controlled by leftists? Sounds like Formula 1 has met its time.

  3. Drew458
    Posted February 2, 2018 at 8:23 am |

    Too bad they don’t call them lap girls. Because I sure would. And that double intender name would drive the feminazis more insaner.

  4. TN Volunteer
    Posted February 2, 2018 at 9:24 am |

    ….ILLiberals ruin everything!

  5. Fat Baxter
    Posted February 2, 2018 at 4:16 pm |

    It’s doubly frustrating because, in most of the arenas when feminists complain about things like this, they have no interest in participating in it. They just want to complain.

    As a good example, the SJWs complained about diversity, racism, and sexism in the comic book industry. So that industry caved in and introduced all sorts of new diverse characters — and comic book sales have fallen through the sub-basement. But SJWs aren’t the audience for comic books in the first place.

    Ditto with Formula 1 — the feminists don’t follow F1 (they’re nowhere near a meaningful sliver of the audience), but that doesn’t stop them from crapping in the punch bowl.

  6. DougM (not named in the memo)
    Posted February 2, 2018 at 5:34 pm |

    C’monnn…
    pretty women need more exposure!
    Signed,
    every straight guy ever.

    It’s a chromosomal thing.

    Besides, a grid-quality woman has spent many sweaty hours getting into that kind of shape and has invested heavily in artistic superficial visual enhancements. It’s how she self-identifies: the best of the best. How is that not just like every other aspect of F-1?

    Personally, I attribute some of this nonsense to F-1 being televised by ESPN this upcoming season.
    I hope they don’t screw it up like they did NFL coverage.