women still haven’t figured themselves out

by Andrea Elizabeth

Vikings is a beautiful show. I like the pacing, costumes, scenery, acting, etc, but as usual you have to be on the defensive watching it because of the immorality. I do believe there is a conspiracy to normalize immorality out there. And even if you’re aware of it, it doesn’t mean it doesn’t affect you. There is also a feminist agenda. Usually these historical shows start out with male dominance, which we expect from the past, and partly believe in, and then subsequent shows empower the women because I guess fanmail. Vikings became all about subservient people being set free to do as they pleased, which mostly is to stay with the alpha male. They sure do like the idea of it being their choice.

In real life, the who am I question is being played out in politics. It started with Trump calling Megyn Kelly a bimbo. Look at her before picture.


Now look at her after.

Granted, Fox News presents their female anchors very made up with long sexy hair and glossy lips. Kelly was no exception till Trump called her out. But it seems women can’t make up their minds between the extremes of flower power over bees, and quit being a girl feminazis. And this indecision makes women unstable and targets for Trump’s exploitation of the weakness of his female political turncoat enemies like Mika Brzezinski, who used to be his friend, and who caused his most recent Twitter meltdown. This is why he insulted her facelift. But pretty young girls get ratings. It’s very interesting to me how the left reacted when Hillary came out without makeup after the election. They praised her courage, and were totally silent about how much makeup she must have to wear to look so totally different on the campaign trail, which she has since reapplied. And it’s also interesting how the really far left like feminazi Elizabeth Warren despite her scary, masculine feminazi look. She’ll never get elected because of that alone. I initially liked Sarah Palin because she seemed to comfortably not overdo or underdo her prettiness. It’s what got her in the door till other things shook up her support. Pretty does matter, and it is a strength. Notice most Olympic gold medalists are attractive. Not only does it complete their artistic polish, it also gives them confidence to finish off their moves with added flair.

October 1988, Seoul, South Korea — American runner Florence “Flo-Jo” Griffith Joyner with her four medals, won at the 1988 Summer Olympics. She won gold in the 100-meter, 200-meter, and 4×100 meter relay, and silver in the 4×400 meter relay. — Image by © Durand; Giansanti; Perrin/Sygma/Corbis