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Family Values Bible Thumping Mel Gibson

May 18, 2009

Is having a baby with ZOMG!!!11 a younger woman! That is how family values go in patriarchal society. Women are valued to make babies, and when they no longer can make babies, the men move on to younger models. The divorced/murdered/abandoned mothers, like Cinderella-Snow White-Sleeping Beauty-Aerial (The Little Mermaid)-Nancy DrewArnold, Willis and Kim (Different Strokes)-D.J, Stephanie, and Michelle Tanner (Full House)-Corey Baxter(Corey in the House)-Carly- (iCarly)Hannah Montana’s older mothers are disappeared so room can be made for daddy to start afresh.

When women no longer (or never) have a usefulness, they are no longer valued, ===Family Values in a nutshell.

And of course misogynist Perez Hilton is all over it, but not without flaunting his brand.  Which means, he does not attack Gibson’s hypocrisy, but instead insults the pregnant girlfriend!

  1. May 18, 2009 9:12 pm

    Oh, yes, the patriarchy loves a woman who has served her purpose and shuttled on off this plane (I mean, look at all the shows glamorizing rape/murders). There was also a movie not too long ago, with Julia Roberts, I think, about a husband taking on a new wife for himself and a new stepmother for his kids WHILE THE CHILDREN’S BIOLOGICAL MOTHER DIED OF CANCER. She wasn’t even dead yet!

    Oh my god.

    I didn’t see the movie, but I remember the trailers. Do you know which movie I’m talking about?

    • May 18, 2009 9:17 pm

      I saw parts of it (not a big Julia Roberts fan). It was called Stepmom (even the title is about the new woman). And of course it was all about the mother blessing the new wife/stepmother before she died. Well not just blessing her, but giving her all the tips and tools to replace her properly.

  2. May 18, 2009 10:01 pm

    I saw the film. It also had Susan Sarandon, so I was a little more distracted watching her. I didn’t remember who actually played the replacement wifey!

    Not sure when women in general are going to wake up to the new-wifey syndrome. It’s not as if it is a rare thing.

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