Get over it..

Hello all,how are you today?



Well i could not believe what i read yesterday..maybe you agree maybe you don't but this is my opinion.
A woman has complained to Wilkos about Housewife Pillow Cases.seriously??? she complained.Why?
It seems that the term for this style of pillow offends her sensibilities as a woman..i am surprised the Feminazis haven't picketed the shop to make them remove it.
I'm sorry but i may be deeply unpopular after this but GET OVER IT!!! there are more serious things in this world than being offended by a bloody pillow case. People are dying,starving and being killed by terrorists there are more real threats to us now than there has ever been and all they can complain about is this.
Don't get me wrong i am all for equal rights for everyone but sometimes i think lines have been stepped over and the PC Brigade has taken over..i feel sorry for any man who dares hold a door open for one of these women these days..he might get told "i can do it myself" fair enough..or if he doesn't hold the door he is called a Sexist Pig..what..no wonder men are confused.
I for one totally appreciate a door being held open for me and i don't automatically assume its because he is ogling me, its because he has manners .
I get very annoyed at the female population these days..you just can't seem to please some people.
If all they have to complain about is this then they live in a bubble .
Next thing you know it will be the Oxford Pillow Case being chastised because its not fair on Cambridge.
ftm👱

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  1. I wasn't aware of the pillowcase debacle, but totally concur with everything you've said here. I regard myself as a feminist, but really, making a song and dance about the name of a pillowcase? Some will say 'yes, but it's these small things that reinforce the view of women as menial', sorry, no, there are far more important issues to fight for.

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    1. You are exactly right..there is far more to sort out in the world than the name of something small..and you are also correct that it makes the view of women as menial and trivial..couldn't have put it better my self.
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  2. I agree with everything you have said too. It almost seems compulsory for everyone to be offended/disgusted by just about everything these days. Were none of these people told the story of the boy who cried wolf when they were kids? I prefer to complain when there is something genuinely worth complaining about! Tracy

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    1. Hi tracey..you are correct that some folks seem to forget about the boy who cried wolf until it was too late..if you have a valid gripe or complaint then people will back you up but this is just mind numbingly idiotic..sadly though there seems to be more and more of them.
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  3. Agree with you 100%.
    These attention seekers make me ashamed to be a woman.
    We should celebrate our differences. I am proud to be a housewife, mother and grandmother. I do not want to be a man or to be treated like one. Neither do I want to be lumped into a gender free society.

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    1. I totally agree with you on being proud to be a housewife,mum and granny..its something i cherish and will always be proud of..i too do not want to be treated like a man..i love being treated like a woman and the differences should be celebrated..i do not want to be lumped in either..i am a woman and love it..
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  4. It's ridiculous isn't it!!
    Like you, I'm all for equality but if a gentleman was to hold a door open for me or something similar I'd think what good manners he had rather than thinking "well, no need I could've done it myself".

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    1. O its more than ridiculous..i like it when anyone holds open doors for me and i always give them a smile and say Thank you..i appreciate it where as some expect it..i don't myself expect it but its lovely when it happens..
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  5. I completely agree, holding doors open and giving up seats is surely being polite and the reply should be 'thank you' xx

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    1. Yes its the manners thing again isn't it..i honestly don't think people are using them or have not been taught them..i had an elderly gent once offer me he is seat on the bus..i was heavily pregnant and he was smaller than me and looked o so frail,the bus was going fast and bouncing all over the place,i seriously think he would have got knocked about standing up..i thanked him for the offer but refused ..i thought it was so gentlemanly for him to consider me and my position..no one else on the packed bus bothered and left me standing..i will always remember the man for that offer.
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  6. I was brought up and my adult sons have been brought up to open doors, offer seats on public transport etc to anyone , regardless of sex or age. As for pillowcases....
    Pam

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