April 26, 2007, - 10:36 am
By Debbie Schlussel
Time for another installment of “I read the women’s mags, so you know what’s infecting your daughters, girlfriends, and wives.”
Meet the women of SAG, which stands for . . . sag.
The May issue of Jane Magazine–which used to be home to the monthly “column” of Silicone Valley Pamela Anderson–features a glowing article on topless anti-war protesters. Not that we want women going topless around America, but let’s just say that for you guys who dream of topless women, these are not the ones occupying your REM.
They’re against the war, against our troops, and against President Bush. And these braless, topless, zaftig ones are also mad that men can go shirtless, but they can’t. They call themselves the “Top-Free 10.”
And here’s Jane’s editorial caption for this photo:
Says their lawyer, the coincidentally-named Mark Tietig:
We prefer the term “top-free” since “topless” has a connotation of strip clubs.
Uh, check out the pic, and I doubt anyone is getting these women mixed up with “strip clubs.”
“Top-free.” “Topless.” I just call them what they really are:
Brainless and witless. Brain-free and wit-free will do, though.
Yup, while our troops are out there fighting for freedom. These losers are fighting for the right to expose their sag to the world.
Only in America. Yup, this is what the woman in your life might be poisoned with, er . . . “reading,” every single month.
Tags: America, Bush, Debbie Schlussel Time, lawyer, Mark Tietig, Pamela Anderson, President