That’s all you are, women.
The personal property of men.
If you dare to turn your attention to something as trivial as…a newborn baby?
YOU ARE LETTING YOUR KEEPER DOWN.
Your breasts are ALL his. All.
Stick some plastic in that kid’s cry-hole, STAT! Then get back to doing what you do best: being a walking pair of tits, for titillation.
Men, if she dares to try to use her breasts for functional purposes, stop her. RECLAIM her. Those are your jugs. You shouldn’t have to share your property with a screaming, red, angry sausage.
If you found that offensive, in any way? Good.
Enter an infant bottle manufacturing company called Bittylab.
Earlier tonight, Bittylab’s Twitter page was using these premises for what can only be seen as a misguided, misogynistic, offensive and ill-advised social media marketing campaign.
OFFENDING TWEET 1: @bittylab – New baby? Reclaim your wife. Meet BARE air-free #babybottles
OFFENDING TWEET 2: @bittylab – Your newborn takes up all of mommy’s time? Meet BARE #air-free babybottles #breastfeeding
Is there any other way to interpret these Tweets? Not really. The implications are crystal clear. Women are property. They are owned. The baby is getting in the way, and must be stopped. Breastfeeding is a nuisance.
This ranks as one of the most asinine, inflammatory things I’ve ever seen on social media in a marketing campaign to date. Maybe, if this was a one-off, badly thought out Tweet, I could turn a blind eye. However, the feed goes on, and on, and on. These statements were made repeatedly. Ad nauseum. Someone at this company believes this is a great idea.
Tell them so.