Thursday, January 9, 2020

Why I Don't Date in Puerto Rico (& the US): Exhibit A

Someone had asked me in a previous post why I don't date Puerto Rican women (or American women in general for that matter). My perspective can be summed up in Proverbs 21:
It is better to live in a corner of the housetop
than in a house shared with a quarrelsome wife.

It is better to live in a desert land
than with a quarrelsome and fretful woman.
Imagine being married to a woman who recites this mantra every time you have a disagreement.

Patriarchy is a judge
that condemns us at birth
and our punishment
is the violence you don't see.

Patriarchy is a judge
that condemns us at birth
and our punishment
is the violence you now see.

It is feminicide,
impunity for my murderer.
It's denial,
it’s rape.

And it wasn't my fault, nor where I was, nor how I dressed.
And it wasn't my fault, nor where I was, nor how I dressed.
And it wasn't my fault, nor where I was, nor how I dressed.
And it wasn't my fault, nor where I was, nor how I dressed.

And the fault is in the silence
and a bad education.
And the fault is the government’s
and the churches and their hell.
The oppressive government
is a rapist male.

The rapist is you.
The rapist is you.
The rapist is you.
The rapist is you.

[Then a man says: "Emergency: Femicide!"
and later, a woman says:
“State of emergency, now!"
As the great Milo Yyiannopoulos says, "Feminism is Cancer." Why would I want anything to do with cancer?

1 comment:

  1. Aww noice! Make sure she doesn't file under cruel treatment for divorce

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