Monday, January 2, 2012

Dennis Rodman To Coach Topless Women's Basketball; The Triumph of Feminism


At the link above ABC News reports that Dennis Rodman will coach a basketball team composed of topless women for a charity fundraiser. 

The male/female "news" team goes through the required double entendres and requisite smirks with the female anchor feeding the male anchor the quip lines.

Apparently there are actual topless teams in uber-liberal New York-who knew?

Yep-you've come a long way baby. Feminism has achieved a new height where personal degradation is secondary to the interest of self promotion/money/"fame."  

Since there is no hue and cry about this from "feminist" quarters one has to presume that this is totally acceptable, and that feminism is defined as allowing women to do anything they want no matter how degrading.
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This is "The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire" stuff, and surely it is just a matter of time before not just men, but topless women will appear as real life, battle to the death, gladiators in arenas. 

These "games" will be set up by an elite, desperate to keep power, for the entertainment of howling mobs, as a diversion from the economic collapse ensuing from the degradation of the money supply.

America the beautiful.

We're not sure what's going to feel ickier, the fact that Dennis Rodman is going to be holding tryouts for a topless women's basketball team in New York City, or you after you finish reading the post. But the Basketball Hall of Famer will be trying out and coaching a team fielding exotic dancers from Headquarters Gentleman Club, in hopes of cobbling together a charity game against what appears to be another topless women's basketball from a rival club.
Duty calls, apparently, for Rodman. As it does here at Ball Don't Lie. Gross.
The NBA bad boy dreamed up the team after hearing that rival strip joint Rick's Cabaret launched a league with former Atlanta Hawk Spud Webb, who runs the Texas Legends, an NBA Development League team.
Rodman even is challenging Rick's Cabaret's topless team to a charity game.
"I don't know too many men that don't like a good-looking woman running up and down around the court," Rodman said.
Not really. I like a good looking woman running, walking, or standing just about anywhere. And while I'm not exactly innocent in frequenting these sorts of places in my lifetime, if you're so desperate to see a topless woman that you'll even take in a basketball game featuring 10 of them running up and down a court and (presumably) playing rather poorly, then it's time to re-assess your life as we spark up the year 2012.
The whole thing is more sad than alluring, by a wide margin. As is the case for most of these topless clubs, and Rodman's life (if we're honest) over the last 13 years.

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