Boy King




Call me Mama Samma.
I'm old, married mama.
Die hard Sam!girl. I cry a lot.
Sometimes I write things.
I really like it when Sam wears panties.




My Wife and Kids…

sofarfromshameless:

I really used to like this show… A lot.

But, this episode is ridiculous.

Jae decides to go to college. Michael forbids her from going to school because she has responsibilities at home to “take care of Michael and the children, cooking and cleaning.”

They go to a psychologist, psychologist says Michael is in the wrong, BUT. He’s not in the wrong for not wanting her to go to school. He’s in the wrong because his “inner child is upset that the Jae’s world isn’t revolving around” him. So, that makes his outright sexist behavior excusable, because it’s only natural for a man to want to be the bread-winner and a woman should want to stay at home.

(Insert a completely inappropriate joke about childhood sexual molestation, mixed with a little rape apologism.)

Jae continues going to school, comes home from school, finds the house in a mess, and Michael bitches about the house being in shambles. Yet, Michael and the kids do ABSOLUTELY nothing to help clean things up.

Jae then starts getting “delusions of grandeur” because she’s taking a college psychology and diagnosing everyone (This part was actually mildly funny, but an over used joke in sitcoms). So, in the end of the episode, Jae says he’s going to help out, because oh… It’s his responsibility, and HE LOVES HER. He also says “I don’t have to like you going to school. I still don’t want you to, but we have to compromise.”

So, she says she’s going to cut back on hours at school, because she wants to take care of her family.

Am I the only one seeing the blatantly misogynistic and sexist messages in this show?

I mean, I don’t like to go looking for sexist things to bitch about. But, that was just ridiculous. They portrayed Jae as the one in the wrong for wanting to pursue a higher education, but a compromise was made that would make Jae go to school less, so that she can handle her “responsibilities as a wife and mother,” with Michael and the kids simply helping out, which they apparently have not been doing until now. Michael will still have his “rightful” position as main bread-winner, but Jae would be forced back into her subordinate role as a typical home-maker, going to college for fun. No, no no. Not to better herself, but because, as Michael seems to imply, for fun. Because of this, it’s no threat to Michael in his dominant position, and as long as she’s doing her duties, it’s acceptable, and he’ll allow it.

/end mildly irritated feminist rant about an excruciatingly sexist sitcom.

reblogging myself because this was a damn good post.

My Wife and Kids…

sofarfromshameless:

I really used to like this show… A lot.

But, this episode is ridiculous.

Jae decides to go to college. Michael forbids her from going to school because she has responsibilities at home to “take care of Michael and the children, cooking and cleaning.”

They go to a psychologist, psychologist says Michael is in the wrong, BUT. He’s not in the wrong for not wanting her to go to school. He’s in the wrong because his “inner child is upset that the Jae’s world isn’t revolving around” him. So, that makes his outright sexist behavior excusable, because it’s only natural for a man to want to be the bread-winner and a woman should want to stay at home.

(Insert a completely inappropriate joke about childhood sexual molestation, mixed with a little rape apologism.)

Jae continues going to school, comes home from school, finds the house in a mess, and Michael bitches about the house being in shambles. Yet, Michael and the kids do ABSOLUTELY nothing to help clean things up.

Jae then starts getting “delusions of grandeur” because she’s taking a college psychology and diagnosing everyone (This part was actually mildly funny, but an over used joke in sitcoms). So, in the end of the episode, Jae says he’s going to help out, because oh… It’s his responsibility, and HE LOVES HER. He also says “I don’t have to like you going to school. I still don’t want you to, but we have to compromise.”

So, she says she’s going to cut back on hours at school, because she wants to take care of her family.

Am I the only one seeing the blatantly misogynistic and sexist messages in this show?

I mean, I don’t like to go looking for sexist things to bitch about. But, that was just ridiculous. They portrayed Jae as the one in the wrong for wanting to pursue a higher education, but a compromise was made that would make Jae go to school less, so that she can handle her “responsibilities as a wife and mother,” with Michael and the kids simply helping out, which they apparently have not been doing until now. Michael will still have his “rightful” position as main bread-winner, but Jae would be forced back into her subordinate role as a typical home-maker, going to college for fun. No, no no. Not to better herself, but because, as Michael seems to imply, for fun. Because of this, it’s no threat to Michael in his dominant position, and as long as she’s doing her duties, it’s acceptable, and he’ll allow it.

/end mildly irritated feminist rant about an excruciatingly sexist sitcom.

Bringing this back. Because I watched this show earlier. But, not this episode.

Hello, people.

dyke-recovery:

turntechcherrysprite:

Here is a list of ‘ist’ things, and their definitions. Use them properly.

Misogynist: Prejudiced against women.

Misandrist: Prejudiced against men.

Ageist: Prejudiced against people based on their age.

Theist: Prejudice based on religious affiliations.

Classist (elitist): Prejudiced against those of a different social class.

Racist: Prejudice against those of a different biological race.

Ableist: Prejudiced against people with (or without) disabilities.

Nationalist: Prejudice against someone due to their national identity.

Bigota person who is obstinately or intolerantly devoted to his or her own opinions and prejudices; especially : one who regards or treats the members of a group (as a racial or ethnic group) with hatred and intolerance.

Anti pro-ana/mia, pro choice, feminists and otherkin skeptics are not bigots.

Theist is wrong. A theist is someone that believes in a higher power or god, not someone that is prejudiced against someone based on religion.

The proper word is anti-semitic.

"THEN he kicked off the second half after intermission by comparing dogs to women in third world countries. Not even kidding you. You see Lainey, dogs today have too much food and affection. They are fat and loved but they have no discipline and exercise and therefore are unhappy…. women in third world countries, well they have no food and no affection but plenty of discipline and exercise and they are unhappy too. You see? Dogs and women need food, love, discipline and exercise, all FOUR….just imagine if you tried to tell a woman to go to the gym… you have to TRICK them into doing it HAR HAR HAR… just like dogs. The arena went SILENT. This comparison carried on for about 5 minutes while he tried to dig himself out. It didn’t work and he has lost me and I HOPE any other woman in that arena at that point."
My Wife and Kids…

I really used to like this show… A lot.

But, this episode is ridiculous.

Jae decides to go to college. Michael forbids her from going to school because she has responsibilities at home to “take care of Michael and the children, cooking and cleaning.”

They go to a psychologist, psychologist says Michael is in the wrong, BUT. He’s not in the wrong for not wanting her to go to school. He’s in the wrong because his “inner child is upset that the Jae’s world isn’t revolving around” him. So, that makes his outright sexist behavior excusable, because it’s only natural for a man to want to be the bread-winner and a woman should want to stay at home.

(Insert a completely inappropriate joke about childhood sexual molestation, mixed with a little rape apologism.)

Jae continues going to school, comes home from school, finds the house in a mess, and Michael bitches about the house being in shambles. Yet, Michael and the kids do ABSOLUTELY nothing to help clean things up.

Jae then starts getting “delusions of grandeur” because she’s taking a college psychology and diagnosing everyone (This part was actually mildly funny, but an over used joke in sitcoms). So, in the end of the episode, Jae says he’s going to help out, because oh… It’s his responsibility, and HE LOVES HER. He also says “I don’t have to like you going to school. I still don’t want you to, but we have to compromise.”

So, she says she’s going to cut back on hours at school, because she wants to take care of her family.

Am I the only one seeing the blatantly misogynistic and sexist messages in this show?

I mean, I don’t like to go looking for sexist things to bitch about. But, that was just ridiculous. They portrayed Jae as the one in the wrong for wanting to pursue a higher education, but a compromise was made that would make Jae go to school less, so that she can handle her “responsibilities as a wife and mother,” with Michael and the kids simply helping out, which they apparently have not been doing until now. Michael will still have his “rightful” position as main bread-winner, but Jae would be forced back into her subordinate role as a typical home-maker, going to college for fun. No, no no. Not to better herself, but because, as Michael seems to imply, for fun. Because of this, it’s no threat to Michael in his dominant position, and as long as she’s doing her duties, it’s acceptable, and he’ll allow it.

/end mildly irritated feminist rant about an excruciatingly sexist sitcom.