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Androgynous Voice?

Posted in Gendered Packages on December 20, 2008 by lekaina

Nick Pitera has the voice of a man… and a woman as well apparently.He can sing both the male and female part of Disney’s “A Whole New World,” with surpising accuracy and with beautiful execution.  His voice is amazingly adaptable to any situation, not to mention he must have so much control over his voice to be able to hit the high soprano voice of a woman, while being able to hit the low tenor of a man.


re: women in sports

Posted in Gendered Packages on December 20, 2008 by herewithnoone

This is the first picture when typing “male athletes” in google.

And this is the first image when typing” female athletes”

both try to show that athletes are sexy people. the next tow images show basically the same thing, except one shows a male and the other shows a female.

both show two people doing the same thing, hitting the ball with their chest. The female version is some kind of photo shoot or something but even if the male soccer had been a photo shoot, it would have probably displayed the power the man posses while the female version will just show off their body.

Big Smoothablitity, Giant Itchibility, Massive Caressibilty. We must be talking about shaving cream right?

Posted in Free Porn, Gendered Packages, Sampling on December 19, 2008 by hawaii808

They did it again using references to the male genitailia in order to sell their new shaving gell.

Do you want BIG Smoothability, GIANT Itchability, MASSIVE Caressibilty get this product.

Edge Shave Gell

Edge Shave Gell

But Check out the Commercial:

This may also imply for the men out there if it aint BIG, ENORMOUS, MASSIVE, GIGANTIC, go Home. Do you think this can cause women to be viewed in a negative way, (only looking for men with BIG quality?)

Is Andy Kauffman the Greatest Feminist that Ever Lived?

Posted in Gendered Packages, You Call Yourself An Artist! on December 16, 2008 by lusterrat

Watch all 2 minutes of this video, it’s worth it.

Andy Kaufman wrestles a 6-foot woman to the ground and continues to do shocking things to her once she is pinned.

Andy Kaufman was a tv star, a comedian, a pro-wrestler in a female division, and a transcendental meditation enthusiast. His career, his persona, and his death continue to be a matter of intrigue and mystery to the entertainment industry.

While he appears to be abusing and degrading the larger than average woman in this video, is he being an ass, or is he making a profound point in a totally insane way?

By using his Hollywood persona and making himself the object of ridicule, he is illuminating the crappiness of celebrity attitude and an elitist sexist mind-set in general.  Stunts like the one in the video ultimately ruined his career and he lived in infamy for the remainder of his life.

The fact that he studied and practiced transcendental meditation also leads me to believe there was something deeper to his seemingly compulsive and reckless behavior.  Perhaps he was trying to reflect something about our society that we needed to see and using himself and his fame as a martyr for that cause.

If nothing else, it’s a brilliant pro-wrestiling persona.  Who easier to hate than a famous, sexist, elitist sissy from Hollywood?  Pure genius.

Why the Bitterness?

Posted in Gendered Packages on December 16, 2008 by lusterrat


I recently saw a DVD version of “Wanted” starring Angelina Jolie and that guy from “The Last King of Scotland”.  After I was 10 minutes into the film, my male friend turned to me and apologized.  I asked him why and he said because the movie was so misogynistic.  I realized that he was right, but I guess I’m a little desensitized.  Gotta be in order to get anything done.

There are 3 women portrayed in this film:

1) The villain is set-up as the protagonist’s boss who is an overweight woman that is only shown telling the protagonist what to do in a grating voice.  She is shot at an upward angle through a wide angle lens to look as unattractive and inhuman as possible.  The protagonist later establishes his new found zest for life and claims anti-hero status by degrading her in front of the whole office.

2)  The protagonist’s second biggest problem is his best friend who is having sex with his girlfriend.  His girlfriend is also portrayed with an annoying voice and set-up as a “slut”.

3)  Then there is Angelina Jolie whose redeeming characteristic as a woman in this film is that she can kill people and she is willing to make-out with the protagonist in front of his cheating ex-girlfriend.

So, I ask, what is this film saying about how a young man should free himself from the tyranny of his life?  Is it to degrade every woman in his life and then kill people.  No, because this film is a fantasy.  But then why is this violent fantasy popular in our culture?

My male friend replied, “Men are bitter towards women because of so many failed attempts to understand them.”

Hmmm.  I guess I could see that.  I wonder though.  Does misogyny make anyone feel better in the end?  Do fantasies about telling every woman who was ever been unkind to go to hell really offer relief, or do they fuel hate and negativity?  And if the ultimate reason for bitterness is misunderstanding, then the antidote is understanding.


Posted in Gendered Packages on December 13, 2008 by blahahalb

This video is a tribute to all the soldiers in the Army that have just returned home.
Yet, it is from a beer company and i find it awkward that it would come from them. I see that it
they are thanking them for serving in our country, but find it awkward that it comes from
a beer company and not like from like something much more conservative like maybe
an insurance company or something. That’s just me…what do you think? 

Dude Looks Like A Lady?

Posted in Actuality, Emulation, Fashion Forensics, Gendered Packages, images, Powerful in Pink, Simulation on December 13, 2008 by bigdickdaddy

According to the BBC and the (Manchester) Guardian, the show, entitled either Find Me a Man or There’s Something About Miriam, featured six men, who were given a lineup of beautiful women and asked to pick the one that they found most attractive. All of them selected a South American beauty named Miriam (pictured above). Then, in typical reality dating show fashion, they competed to win her affections.

However, unknown to the men, Miriam wasn’t a woman. Instead, she was a preoperative transsexual — similar to Jaye Davidson in the 1994 movie The Crying Game. The show, produced by the Brighter Pictures subsidiary of Endemol, the huge Anglo-Dutch reality TV producer (Big Brother, Fear Factor), apparently was intended to be Endemol’s entry into the “reality-twist” genre that other reality producers have been mining, such as Stone Stanley’s The Joe Schmo Show, Rocket Science Laboratories’ Joe Millionaire, Doug Ross’ Boy Meets Boy, and all of the imitators up to the current NBC show Average Joe.

At the end of the show, when the men found out that the “gorgeous creature” Miriam wasn’t a gorgeous female, they went bonkers. One of the men, a Royal Marine, supposedly broke down crying from the “humiliation” when the deception was revealed … and, according to the articles, some of the production crew sympathised with the men’s reaction and turned on Endemol and British network BSkyB, a sister network to Fox in the U.S., which was planning to air the show.

  • Would you be able to tell she was a man?
  • Do you think the men were decieved?
  • How would you feel if  it was you who got played?

Its funny nowadays how you never know what type of women you really are going to meet. Do you think these men had the right to sue the Show they got played on?