The debate rages on over the ‘Catcalls’ race-baiting video featuring an average looking woman who took a walk on the wild side of New York City wearing tight clothing — and then complained about the attention she received from black and Latino men. Comedy troupe Funny Or Die filmed a parody video in response to the self-centered, attention-seeking woman in the ‘catcalls’ video.
Hilarity ensues after the break:
An average-looking woman wearing tight jeans and a tight top was filmed walking the streets of New York city for 10 hours expecting men to do what men do: notice her.
And in noticing her, they vocalized their appreciation of her feminine attributes — as heterosexual men have done since the beginning of time. Men instinctively notice women of child-bearing age. It’s in their nature.
Millions of women vented their outrage at the men in the video, who did nothing more than exercise their constitutional rights to express themselves in a non-violent manner.
An average looking woman wearing tight jeans and a tight top was filmed getting over 100 ‘catcalls’ from men while silently walking through NYC for 10 hours. Nothing those men did or said was unusual or inappropriate for heterosexual men. And yet the YouTube video has garnered over 6 million views in just 24 hours.
Controversial author Suzanne Venker’s book “The War on Men” irked the nerves of feminists everywhere by implying that females are inferior to males. In her new book, titled “How to Choose a Husband and Make Peace with Marriage”, Venker encourages women to “surrender” to their femininity and let men be men — if they want their marriages to succeed.