A Woman is Like a Lock?

A Woman is Like a Lock? December 30, 2018

Doug Wilson of Blog and Mablog is at it again with his bad sexual analogies. Yet again he is insisting that women are like locks and men are like keys, along with other squishy weird things. Doug never met a bad idea that demeans women that he didn’t like apparently.

He said this exact same thing last year and it caused an enormous furor online, with others rushing to debate his words. I doubt anyone will notice now, as it’s just another demented idea in a sea of things Doug has said this year.

May you have a happy New Year and avoid the Dougs of this world.

People are not sides of scissors (ironic that he brings them up, tee hee!) Violins get played so who is the player and the playee in that silly situation?


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