An Open Letter to Men

This letter is to anyone who calls himself a man. Define that how you will.

Today, men, I ask you to think of a female close to you. This can be your wife, your girlfriend, your sister, your mother, or your daughter. Picture yourself standing with that person now. Now, I’m going to walk up to her, without your permission, and I’m going to put my hands down her pants, and I’m going to grab her rear end and her chest. Do you have any problem with that at all?

Oh, well, how about if I tell you that I’ll do it in a “non-sexual way” (whatever that means)? Is it okay then? Will you stand by idly and watch me, saying and doing nothing?

How about if I get people to pass a law that allows me to touch them? Does that make it right? Will you stand there and let me touch them, while you do nothing? What if I tell you that I’m doing it for your own good? I’ll tell you that it’s for your safety. And after all, if I don’t put my hands down their pants, the terrorists will win. Now will you stand by, watching me place my hands wherever I want on your wife, daughter, mother, girlfriend, or daughter?

Sadly, it appears the vast majority of men will do just that.

But not me. I will not stand idly by. And that is why I will not be visiting an airport any time soon. You see, the TSA has decided they have the power to touch your female friends and loved ones in any way they want. And while most males today will stand by and let it happen, I will not. I guess I’m a bit of a dinosaur, but when I witness someone attempting to put their hands down my wife’s pants, I am not going to do nothing. While I do not support violence in general, I do believe in defensive violence, and I do believe in protecting my wife from others who will attack her. When someone tries to put their hands on my wife’s body, I will physically attack them and stop them. I don’t care how many laws are passed or how many badges that person has. It is wrong, it is always wrong, and I will always do everything in my power to stop it. If you will not, you should not call yourself a man.

Now feel free to complain that I’m advocating violence and that I’m to blame for the next act of violence against a TSA worker. In all honesty, I would be glad if I were to blame. Because what these people are doing is wrong, and there appears to be no other way to stop them. They are initiating violence against people, and I am absolutely justified in using whatever means possible to stop them. I’m not the one advocating violence, the TSA workers are — even if they are just following orders.

Gunline

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4 Responses to “An Open Letter to Men”

  1. victoria says:

    When people vote with their pocket books they start getting attention. But unfortunately in so many areas they keep perps in business.

  2. Blake says:

    How about, instead of allowing government to usurp our liberties and freedom, they just do their job and PROFILE- not necessarily by race, but by common sense and suspicion of certain people- you know- wearing bulky jackets in the summer, toting as big a carry on as they can, 21 year old men or women wearing what appear like 2 sets of Depends undergarments- those should raise flags, not the run of the mill person.
    Don’t do security stupidly- that is not security I want or need.

    • Blake says:

      And what’s with the hoods on EVERYTHING? Do we REALLY need hoods on pajamas?
      You can’t buy any kind of jacket without looking like some kind of ignorant inner city gang-banger- what happened to variety- you know, options, choice- not to mention good taste.
      It’s at the point around here where I keep a grip on my pistol 24/7- just too many hoodies for no reason at all.