November 10, 2008, - 1:19 pm

“Who Is That Man?”

By Debbie Schlussel
In my ongoing lament of the dumbing down of America and the decline of our great nation and its culture, I constantly salute blurring of gender roles and the masculinization of women as one of the ongoing problems that is both contributory cause and symptom.
Today, I start an occasional feature, “Who Is That Man?” to salute some of these “beauties.” Yes, isn’t is great that men can be women and . . . women can be men? Only in America. Expect a lot more of these Title IX “babes” to “express themselves” now that Obama is President-elect.
Who Is That Man? #1 . . .



Olympic Gold and Silver Medalist Dara Torres

Who Is That Man? #2 . . .

Obamaniac Soon To Lose Half of Her Fortune to Guy Ritchie

One word: Eeeuuuww.

10 Responses

One word: Ralph!

RadicalRightWinger on November 10, 2008 at 4:03 pm

Madonna is in the Hall Fame of trashy people. Without a doubt. As for Dara Torres, she is riding that thin line. I guess too much masculine workouts may go too far. Unfortunatley for women swimmers if you are too feminine it works against you because it causes more drag in the water.
Hey I went into a Burger King the other and I was greeted by a young man in lipstick and eyeshadow and was served by a Butch Lesbian who had saggy jeans like some gangster. At some point dont these people ever feel they look foolish in public?

californiascreaming on November 10, 2008 at 4:13 pm

I have to agree 100% with you, Debbie. These examples in the posted pics make the point–better than any words can. Why do females try to look like that?
A little toning–excellent. Taken to the max like these ?? –gross.
I also would like to protest the men who like to let themselves look like females. The other trend is to be obese–oh, and to have excessive tattoos and multiple piercings. If I ran the world, all these things would be illegal.
Obama, most benificent, all glorious, what says you?

BB on November 10, 2008 at 5:49 pm

I agree, Debbie. Dara, while lovely, obviously has to do SOMETHING. Slim and trim and buff is great. But at first glance, that top pic casts great doubt. If you hadn’t put her name there, I would have had to look closely to try to determine “is it a him or a her?”. That’s sad. I’m all for slim and trim but boyish “dos” can add more confusion. At least wear a bra that, well, um…er…makes’em stick out so one can tell you gott’em! Crikey! That would help immensely, Dara! Geez! And let your hair grow out a bit. You’re not competing now. As for Madonna. She’s been slutty so long it’s hard not to always think of her in that light. There, it’s not difficult to see she’s a woman, just one that’s not very happy with her femininity. Hence, she trashes it at every opportunity. Also, sad.

Floyd R. Turbo on November 10, 2008 at 6:25 pm

So we are insulting a woman who has won America olympic medals because her body looks a little masculine? Conservatives love conservatism but they don’t love America.

Norman Blitzer on November 10, 2008 at 6:35 pm

Most conservatives just don’t like self made freaks. If you are born a freak, that’s ok, it’s not your fault, but if you voluntarily turn yourself into a freak, you are just looking for a good swift kick in the ass, and will get it in some form.

Ron Taylor on November 11, 2008 at 2:38 am

Is this better?

Voltaire on November 11, 2008 at 11:05 am

Is this better?

Voltaire on November 11, 2008 at 11:06 am

Is that last pic post-op or pre-op?

Ron Taylor on November 11, 2008 at 1:13 pm

Although I think you’re absolutely right about the disappointing gender meshing, primarily in the U. S., Canada, and Europe, what happened to criticizing women for their appearance {over their accomplishments or lack thereof} being taboo?
I think that if you were a man, you would be chastised. {an observation, not a criticism}

Ben-Yehudah on November 15, 2008 at 11:28 am

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