Junior Ganymede
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Prayer Protest

January 14th, 2013 by G.

The protest pants people are at it again.

Normally they say you should not give attention to attention whores, but I find that giving this particular set of attention whores the maximum of publicity furthers my reactionary patriarchal ends and delights my taste for the frivolous and the ridiculous.

Any sensible person inclined to comment on their Facebook group is beseeched to avoid the shrill denunciation genre. The Junior Ganymede’s infallible guide to style (by which I mean Jeeves) informs us that gentle mockery and even derision would be suitable but that screeching would be a faux pas, even a gaffe.

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January 14th, 2013 10:42:27

Bertie W.
January 14, 2013

Oh, I say, suffragettes, what what? I don’t mean to come it the preux chevalier, but the Wooster history is such that I have rather a soft s. for the sign-toting set. I found myself teetering on the brink of a rather uncomfortable marriage–the organ was actually sounding “The Voice that Breathed O’er Eden” and yours truly was in something of a muck sweat–when those blessed women interrupted the ceremony with a vim and resource that really cannot be overpraised.

Man SL
January 21, 2013

Of course women should pray in public, preferably in front of an abortion clinic.

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