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Baldo for April 27, 2013

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  over 5 years ago

    If father Sergio wasn’t a widower, the mother would also have a big talk.

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    Salinasong  over 5 years ago

    I’m with Gracie!

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    Agent54  over 5 years ago

    I with Baldo, eye candy does not sell me anything, and keep the butt prints off the paint.

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    Josh Lyons  over 5 years ago

    @Doctor Toon

    “Ooooooh Yeah!” Randy “Macho Man” Savage (R.I.P)

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    pdking77  over 5 years ago

    I’m sure it was “very disrespectful” when those bikini models cashed their paychecks.

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    chireef GC Insider over 5 years ago

    tarp??? is that the new name for tart?

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    Furienna  over 5 years ago

    Well, Gracie. Those girls wanted to pose in bikini, so what can you do? At least they weren’t completely nude.

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    lbatik GC Insider over 5 years ago

    The problem is, their “honest labor” is still built around teaching half the population to regard the other half as brainless pieces of meat, instead of actual people. When a woman gets involved in cars, as a driver or engineer, that woman is continuously faced with remarks, comments and attitudes that they are on the “wrong side of things” – that their “proper” role is only as the bikini babe decorating the car, not taking over the “man’s” side of things.

    Women in the computer and high tech industries get the same kind of backlash – we should not be programmers, we should be there as booth babes for teh menz, who are the “real” people in the field.

    Yeah, booth and bikini babes get paid for “honest labor”, but that whole “honest labor” is built on toxic assumptions of who the “real” consumer of the product is (straight males) and who the “real” players in the industry are (straight males), and what the only appropriate role for women is.

    And when the only visible women in a field are the ones who don’t have anything to say and are just there to show off their tits, how do you think girls growing up regard their chances of getting in there to do anything more interesting?

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