Bil Browning

So We Should Take Her Out Back & Punch Her in the Face?

Filed By Bil Browning | December 13, 2011 8:30 AM | comments

Filed in: Quote of the Day
Tags: Christie Blatchford, gay stereotypes, gender identity, men hugging, National Post, Toronto

"I remain convinced that the best way to stop a bully is not to go mewling to the teacher, who will only call the victim's mummy, or to your own mummy, who will only call the teacher. The best way is to take the bully out for a short pounding after school - and may I make it plain, please, that I don't mean the victims should do this, but rather others. The onus for stopping bullies lies not with the people being bullied, but with those who see it happen."

-- National Post columnist Christie Blatchford in a piece entitled "Toronto, City of Sissies." Blatchford also complains about men hugging, sibilants es's, and effeminate men but proclaims she is "surrounded" by gay men where she lives and "adores" them "as a group."


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