I like that profile pic, thats funny. that fucking pregnant anne frank makes me laugh...still
Absolutely. It’s inexcusable.I can understand being a cuck for a drop-dead gorgeous woman; I'm not condoning it, but I understand the impulse. But for an incredibly mediocre woman at 40... even if she was 20 years younger, she should be Kate Beckinsale levels of stunning to consider cucking yourself. Where are people's standards?
Imagine being the child born from this situation. Or I guess everything's fucked enough now that they could have shows like this and at the end the bitch just gets an abortion.Hosted by Sex and the City alum Kristin Davis, the show follows Kristy Katzmann as she searches for love and, more importantly, the father of her potential child.www.dailymail.co.uk
More than a dozen eligible men are vying for the chance to impregnate a 41-year-old divorcee whose biological clock is ticking on Fox's new reality series Labor of Love.
- Hosted by Sex and the City alum Kristin Davis, the show follows Kristy Katzmann as she searches for love and, more importantly, the father of her potential child
- The guys' parenting skills are put to the test in a series of challenges that include changing diapers and being hooked up to a machine that simulates labor
- On the season premiere, the men are stunned when they learn they have to have their sperm analyzed for fertility if they want to compete for Katzmann's heart
- After years of putting her career first, Katzmann said the timing couldn't have been better for the series, which premieres on Fox on Thursday
- Katzmann believes her desire to have a family when time is not on her side is a 'really incredible story that a lot of women will be able to relate to'
Hosted by Sex and the City alum Kristin Davis, the show follows Kristy Katzmann as she searches for love and, more importantly, the father of her potential child. After years of putting her career first, Katzmann said the timing couldn't have been better for the series, which premieres on Thursday.
'I had just turned 40 at the time and I had just gotten out of a relationship. I was trying to navigate dating, knowing that I still wanted to start a family and that time was definitely not on my side,' she told Fox News. 'I think it's a really incredible story that a lot of women will be able to relate to.'
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High stakes: Kristy Katzmann as she searches for love and, more importantly, the father of her potential child on Fox's new reality series Labor of Love
Star power: The show is hosted by Sex and the City alum Kristin Davis (left)
While Labor of Love has taken on a number of dating show tropes — attractive suitors, competitions, romantic outings, and appearances from parents — the stakes are undoubtedly higher because the end goal is a real-life baby.
The show's premiere starts off with a bang in the form of a sperm donation. Waiters appear with specimen cups on their trays as Davis tells the men they will each have to have their sperm analyzed for fertility if they want to continue on with the show.
Lauren Girion, an executive producer on the show, told TVLine that the men didn't know about the donation until Davis announced it.
'They rolled with it,' she said, laughing.
That’s the agenda. I’m seeing lots of dykes and older single women. This dysfunction is just fucking up men. A lot of it is that the available women are not very desirable. Most women will tell you they have a boyfriend if you ask them true or not.Making men look like begging pieces of shit here, just wonderful..
It’s hard to get a 41 year old pregnant. I think Germans and Scandinavians have a few more years of fertility but this skank looks done. Time to go dyke and adopt a niglet.Imagine being the child born from this situation. Or I guess everything's fucked enough now that they could have shows like this and at the end the bitch just gets an abortion.
I think you've nailed it, and that's why there will be a child at the end, even if it's adopted. To put a twist on a phrase from Mary Poppins, the baby that this show is promising is the sugar that makes the poison that is their propaganda alluring.This is clear and abrasive propaganda designed to trick women into believing they have options that don't exist.
"Don't worry honey, when you're forty a bunch of men will magically appear to humiliate themselves competing over you."
There's no way this actually happens for most women; there's no way it can. This entire thing is designed as an anti-natal psyop, because yes, women really are this gullible. This also has a secondary effect of creating expectations for social behaviour. Any man who's feminine enough to be swayed by watching this will develop an understanding that his role is to rescue women from their bad decisions, and any situation where he doesn't have to compete with a dozen other men for a middle-aged alpha widow is somehow a blessing. As a man, you don't get to have standards because standards are zero-sum.
It all seems like an overreaction, but I think it can't be said enough that this propaganda is truly insidious; even having this in your society will produce negative consequences. The format has itself been designed from the ground up using psychological principles to be emotionally appealing to people so that they accept the narrative and end up destroying their lives. I can completely understand why fascism had censorship, as this kind of propaganda is designed to destroy the moral health and birthrate of a populace. Permitting this is on par with permitting the mass-marketing of heroin; there are no social positives to it.