Will women in combat get four days off each month?


OMG, it’s my time of the month! Feminism circa 2016

Feminists demand paid leave 4 days a month to cope with their menstrual cramps.

“For women, one of these [natural body cycles]  is their menstrual cycles. Naturally, when women are having their periods, they are in a winter state, when they need to regroup, keep warm and nourish their bodies,” Baxter told the Mirror. “The spring section of the cycle, immediately after a period, is a time when women are actually three times as productive as usual.”

So far this week, we’ve seen feminists admit that they’re dependent on the government to procure and provide, for free, tampons, they need counseling and safe rooms to recover from hearing mean people, and now, that they’re ineffective and useless one week out of four.

Do your remember the early feminists, who insisted that women were as tough as men, and could do anything men could do? How far they’ve dropped in their self-esteem.


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5 responses to “Will women in combat get four days off each month?

  1. Anonymous

    Just another part of their long war strategy:

  2. weakleyhollow

    I am sure they will get everything they want and more, without asking under this administration, and through politically correct pressure under a Republican one, if there ever is one.

  3. Anonymous


  4. Walt

    Dude –

    I dated a hottie in my early twenties who was beautiful. I mean a real hottie. For about five years. I really loved her. She was beautiful. She had boobs as big as your head, and a total bubble ass. Great personality, wild in bed, and an all-around wonderful person. Three input beauty,

    But once a month, for about a week, when she was on the rag, SHE WAS A MONSTER!!

    I really couldn’t take it. For one week, every month, I could do no right. IT WAS TORTURE!! And the worst is, you knew it was coming. And I didn’t want a 75% relationship. So I dumped her. But she was the best 75% piece of ass I ever had.

    I still wonder to this day how everything that went wrong for one week a month was my fault. And if I made the right decision.

    Your Pal,

    • weakleyhollow

      Holy sh*t Walt, I hate to objectify a woman in this age of political correctness, but that was one defective piece of merchandise. So to speak.