I would dearly love to write fiction â but how can one compete with the truth? The media continue to churn out (reasonably) factual stories that I could not dream up with the help of a gallon of Absintheâ¦
With the Eurozone disintegrating, wars looming in all four corners of the world, the starving on every continent, and the polar bear population increasing â the Guardian today is promoting yet another âdesperate situationâ for the rent-a-protester to attend.
The feministas are congregating in Marylebone demanding âHands off our Muffsâ. No really, I know the idea had never crossed your mind, but just in case, you are being warned off.
It seems that some women are daft enough, and rich enough, to engage Harley street surgeons to practice âvaginal rejuvenation, designer vaginoplasty, G spot amplification and revirginationâ in a desperate attempt to acquire the perfect vagina.
Quite what comprises the perfect vagina, other than âready, willing and ableâ, is not explained.
This of course, couldnât possibly be an example of free will on their part; it is yet another example of women being forced into subjugation by nasty men and thus must be marched against, demonstrated against, campaigned against, by the feminista Muffia. It is being compared to the genital mutilation forced on young girls by some religious practices. *sighs*.
Surely you have overheard a man in the pub telling his wife on his mobile phone, she had better have her designer vaginoplasty by the time he gets home, or else?
Activists will be wearing âfake muffsâ and demanding that cosmetic surgeons âkeep their hands off our muffsâ.
We donât buy the neoliberal rhetoric that insists this issue is not political because women âfreely chooseâ to get procedures like this done. The cosmetic surgery industry ruthlessly stokes womenâs appearance insecurities and mines their bodies to extract maximum profits. Accountability, monitoring, and auditing are not words this industry is used to.
We hope our Muff March will spark a wave of activism against cosmetic surgery and the porn culture which distorts our body image. For too long theyâve reaped massive rewards. Itâs time to fight back.
Will we see #occupymuffs trending on Twitter tonight?