84829942-3a88-11e0-83da-000bcdcb5194 said...OH HOW CUTE! POOR WITTLE BABY IS UPSET BECAUSE MEN ARE BOYCOTTING HER!! BWAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAA!
Over 50 percent of American women are single, without a boyfriend or husband, so the fact is, MOST MEN DO NOT WANT YOU WORTHLESS AMERICAN WHORES ANYMORE!
You still have two options though:
1. become a lesbian
2. get used to living alone with your ten cats
THOSE ARE YOUR TWO OPTIONS, WHORE!
As for us American men, we are sick of you and millions of us are marrying foreign women. I married a nice young asian girl, and I would NEVER even think about touching one of you disgusting American women ever again. Asian women are 1000 times better than you, this is why so many American guys are rejecting you and going for asian women.
Have fun growing old alone with your 10 cats, whore.
PS. American men who move to countries in Eastern Europe, Asia, and Latin American find that women adore educated, successful, well-mannered American men. Women in these countries tend to be far more attractive, intelligent, stylish, interesting, and enjoyable to be around than American women.
On the other hand, American women who go to these same countries find that foreign men want nothing to do with them. If you don’t believe me, do some Google searches on how American men and American women are viewed in other countries. American women are famous the world over for their ugliness, stupidity, and rotten attitudes.
(Hmmm...English man married an American Woman...Is Russel Brand the last man on earth who likes American Women...eh could be worse; could be John Rambo)
Strange how brave people get when you add the anonymity of the internet. Yes, I know he left his name, (BTW, the #1 no-no on the internet), but there's no real way to trace this person, even if he was named John Rambo, and honestly I don't have the amount of care. I however, did write a little response to the oh so charming letter. Some might call this petty and childish; I call common courtesy, something, John Rambo apparently lacks. Besides, it was fun.
Dearest John Rambo,
While I am charmed and delighted to know I have a reader with an opinion different than that of myself (not to mention the colorful vocabulary of an extra in Mean Girls), I feel like you are missing the point of the post. I do not care who or what you marry and from where they come from. I am sure your wife is a lovely person, but you could be married to a balloon from Guam for all I cared. The readings from the blog "Boycott American Women" are merely a jumping off point to express a reality of American, and worldly society: people are uncomfortable with female sex.
Being a woman, not only of America but of the world, I am faced daily with a world that has been molded to put women at a disadvantage, especially when it comes to matters of sex. Acts of female genital mutilation is still common practice in many parts of the world and the thought of women as property and not as human beings is also a common idea.
Thankfully, I do not live in such a place and I am eternally grateful to whatever higher power made that possible. However, while I am very lucky, I would be disillusioned to think that men and women are fully equal in western society, especially when it comes to expressing sexuality.
BoycottAmericanWomen's words only inspired this and that is why I launched on to his internet persona. "Highly unchaste" draws to mind a women being forced by her husband or father or brother into a metal chastity belt so that she would either not get raped, or could not willingly have sex. It draws a mind a woman bound by rules and regulations she did not agree and denying her the freedom of her own body, a right all people whether man or woman should have.
As for the blog, the fact that the people being posted do not want to marry American Women, in no way affects me. Again, I am sure you and your wife are very happy together, but you could be married to porcupine from Bhutan and my level of care couldn’t be raised. What I am both angered and saddened by is the way the people choose to express themselves and cast gross generalizations about a vast group of people. This type of stereotyping leads to conflict and hate and honestly, does this world need any more of that? We have already seen these things happening with followers of Islam in America: the horrific actions of few cast a whole culture as villains. What is happening on the blog can be compared to the ideas of racism. Even the positive stereotypes of the non-American woman can have negative impacts known as "positive racism" which can be just as bad as negative racism.
Next, Mr. John Rambo, I come to your comments directly. I will say the oxymoron idea that I can be both a "whore" and an ugly old cat lady really quite amuses me. I'm not picturing a fifty old woman, surrounded by cats in a leather mini skirt, cigarette dangling from her chapped painted lips, whispering in a husky voice "Come here sugar. My kitty needs some petting." She could be a superhero! I think I'll call her Puss in Hooker Boots. Pussy the Whore?...aww I'll think of something. As for the lesbian thing; now that you mention it, my friend and I have joked about getting a civil union and opening up a male brothel/bakery/bookstore/yoga studio/theatre and considering that all men in the world now hate and are disgusted by all American women (which is a shame because apparently, as an American Woman, I am attracted to jerks, and being called ugly, stupid, rotten, and a slut is just what a jerk is supposed to do), it now seems like a much better option. I am personally neither ugly stupid, or have a rotten attitude. I have opinions and should have the right to share those opinions without being attacked because of my nationality or gender, rights I believe that should be given to everyone and everywhere.
So am I upset by your comments? Yes and no: they are hurtful and mean-spirited and (again I state) something only really fit for a catty extra from 'Mean Girls' but they are also not personal. You are just a name on an screen, a few pixels that are deleted with a click of the mouse. You get your kicks by attacking complete strangers, hiding behind the internet and I do not have the time for that. While American Women have their stereotypes, it's the people who hold on to them and attack anyone who challenges that view are the ones who are truly stupid and lost in their pigheaded ways.
To conclude, Mr. Ramboo I must now lay down the ground rules. While I do hold the right that people should be allowed to express their opinions, I will create my blog the way I create the rest of my space: Bully-Free. While yes, this may seem juvenile and simple especially to you, I find that staying true to the lessons learned in preschool about common courtesy creates a better environment. If you care to post again, that is fine, but create another overzealous, rude tirade about me, I will delete. Life is too short for anger and stupidity especially from a cantankerous stranger that I have the same amount of apathy for as I do a juice box. While I doubt you will actually absorb anything I said, I still remain optimistic, maybe (and because I am an American Woman, not surprisingly) stupidly so.
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