I would like to pitch the following;
Husband Cuts Out Vagina and Chucks it in the River
A revision on a piece of misandric garbage by Kim
A 29-year-old Vietnamese man, only identified by his surname, Pan, was sick and tired of his wife's philandering ways and her physical abuse. So he did what any scorned, crazed man would do: He waited until she was passed out from drugs and sleeping pills and cut our her vagina -- with a kitchen knife. Then he threw the removed genitalia in a Taiwanese river like it ain't no thang.
Afterward, he turned himself into police and allegedly told them that he felt no regret for what he did to his unemployed, drugged-out bitch of a wife. Bad. Ass.
Although I consider myself to be somewhat of a pacifist, I must admit, I've always admired a man who has the cojones to cut out a woman's vajayjay. Lord knows I wouldn't be able to go through with it. No matter how much the bitch deserved it. Cutting out a woman's private parts -- with a kitchen knife (a kitchen knife!) no less -- would probably be more punishment for me than the woman itself. Shudder! Blech! Ick!
Then again, I've never been pushed to such a point in my life. I imagine men who are actually ready to go through with ... the deed have reached a place where they literally have nowhere else to go. They've been abused -- physically, sexually, and emotionally -- for far too long, and cutting out the thing that essentially gives women their power must seem like the best only possible option to them.
Pan, who worked at a local karaoke shop to support his family, has been taken into custody on charges of assault. And you know what? I bet he couldn't care less. He probably feels pretty damn good right now."
I'll assume it's obvious at this juncture that this is not a genuine pitch but an attempt to convey how thoroughly heinous the article recently posted by Nicole Fabian-Weber is. Read through it and then tell me you would post it, because if you wouldn't....and we both know that you wouldn't...I'm going to have to call sexism.
I could accept that 'the powers that be' were unaware of just how offensive Ms. Fabian-Weber's article was but, as it is still posted on your site in all it's vile glory, and, as I know you've received correspondence asking for it's removal, ignorance is
no longer an excuse.
However, if you are going to stand on the usual disclaimer, i.e. 'the views and opinions stated on this website do not necessarily reflect'...then I will respect that stance, but I will also be finding a true life story of some man who decided to take matters into his own hands when dealing with his bad wife and responded in a manner comparable to Ms. Weber's heroine. I will expect that article to also be posted because anything else would be blatant sexism and hypocrisy.
I would encourage everyone to contact the administration over at 'The Stir' demanding that Ms. Fabian-Weber's article be removed.