Roads designed by men... Hahahahah!
Are we positive the guardian isn't actually a satire site? It's getting very difficult to deny.
Women are risk averse?
And they're bad drivers?
And this is somehow men's fault... for inventing roads.
These all sound like hate facts to me.
You can't parody these cunts any more. They have moved to a space beyond ridicule.
Islam is right about women.
Riiiiiight. MEN-designed roads are hard on wamens. Is it their smooth flatness? The gentle curves? What disability inherent in wamens makes them incapable of riding a bike on smooth roads? Why are wamen so incapable of even the simplest things?
Women don't like what men have created. OK, then women should not be allowed to use anything men has ever created. Ingrate creatures. This is exactly how oppression myths were invented, if you don't GIVE to women things, then you are "oppressive", the entire concept of "equality" is based on giving them special treatment to make of them imitators of men. If men don't stop giving things to women this is not going to end.
Giving is inequality. When men give to women, women have DOUBLE benefit, they have the work of men offered to them, and their own work as "equals". So stop giving things to women, no more education, no more technology, no more protection, no more anything through the system, though the state, through corporations, as that promotes only more corruption and decadence. Women are completely disconnected from reality.
Don't like the nice pavement? Try mountain biking, preferably over a really steep one.
Women = drama. It seems genetic. A disturbing need for attention in order to connect with other humans. Maybe the endless drama an inherent response for being the weaker sex. Prevention prevents drama. Women can’t do prevention very good. The proof, read the lol headline. 100% overly dramatic headline. A show of strength that is laughable.
No, women are vanity driven, not logical.
It will be hair they are worried about.
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