Misogyny in the West and in the Middle East: an unfortunate comparison

Italian translation here.

This is what happens when you discuss misogyny in different places in the world and the perception that humans have of it, and then your love for lurid and your inclination for comparisons and jokes which really shouldn’t be made gets the better of you.

“Let’s put it this way, since I have a taste for the macabre: regarding misogyny, the West has chronic cancer, while in other places, like Middle East, people are burning alive. Chronic cancer is a very bad thing, but burning alive is more immediate and more painful and more difficult to cure. It’s also more stagy, and quite impressive, but this is maybe another topic. Anyway. If people with cancer point at people burning alive and people burning alive point at people with cancer, provided they still have fingers to do it, what does NOT happen is extinguishing people on fire and curing people with cancer. Not even people with cancer pointing at people with cancer and turning a blind eye on the twisting body lit up as a Christmas tree just a few meters from them, or people burning alive pointing at people burning alive and wondering why the hell those miserable looking people with bald heads are complaining so much, solves a lot. So, what I propose is the following:
– really researching a cure for cancer and
– FUCKING CALLING AN ARMY OF FIREFIGHTERS!”

 

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