Authors, humorists, cartoonists and individuals have the right to satirise people, public actors and religions, a right which is balanced by defamation laws. These rights and legal mechanisms were designed to protect freedom of speech from local powers, among which are Feminism, Political Correctness, Censorship, Femo-Nazis, Ethnic Bullies and Left-Wing Looneys.
Folks, I see the nut brigade are at it again. Serena Williams, what can ya say about this broad, nuttin its all been said before but she cracks a mental the other day, goes troppo and some bloke does a cartoon about the incident which is said to be a racist caricature of Serena. Who says? Say I. The image was a fair summation of her behaviour on the court. However, the femo-Nazis took umbrage with it, with Novelist J. K. Rowling leading the charge. The reality is this, there is a large group of women out there, jumped nobodies who seem to think they’re entitled to behave as they see fit and consider themselves beyond reproach. J. K. Rowling and Serena Williams are an example of this new breed of untouchable women.
In a match against Swedish Johanna Larson, French tennis player Aliza Cornet used the break to change into a new shirt. After returning to the court and realising it was on backwards, Cornet pulled it off and promptly put it on the right way. The chair umpire, Christian Rask, then gave her a code violation. Technicality and rules aside, one thing is clear: it would have been less likely for Cornet to cop this violation if she had been a male. May be so, but Ms Cornet has tits and they should remain in her shirt, said Dr Titslinger.