Sunday, March 15, 2015

Why Women Should Not Be Allowed to Own Guns

Dr. Geraldine Richter, a 42-year-old orthopedic surgeon, was acquitted June 4 by District Judge Robert J. Smith.
Stopped for driving erratically while transporting her three children, Dr. Richter used abusive language and tried to kick a state trooper in the groin, the officer testified. Dr. Richter flunked a Breathalyzer test for blood-alcohol content.
Her lawyer, David Sher, used a two-pronged defense to raise what the judge called a reasonable doubt of intoxication. One expert witness said that the blood-alcohol reading was skewed higher because Dr. Richter had held her breath. Dr. Emine Cay, a gynecologist, testified that Dr. Richter's conduct was consistent with PMS/PMDD. 
A surprisingly rare legal claim in light of the widespread public awareness of the cyclical malady, Dr. Richter's reliance on PMS to excuse her behavior is dividing feminists, lawyers and health care professionals.
"It's fair that PMS should be admissible in a court of law, because really, for many women, there's nothing they can do to control it," said Gloria Allred, a California attorney active on women's legal issues.

Fat Bastardo's Op Ed:
The following statement by Shirley Sagawa chief feminazi of the National Woman's Law Center shows that there is a war brewing in the legions of feminazis who waddle in goosestep/lockstep.

"This decision just gives ammunition to people who want to deny women particular jobs," said Shirley Sagawa of the National Women's Law Center. "It reinforces the stereotypes that a lot of people have about PMS -- that there is a certain time of the month when women become completely irrational and dangerous.

Fat Bastardo's Op Ed:
Population studies have shown that up to to 60 percent of women report having at least "mild symptoms" of premenstrual syndrome. Generally occurring in the four days before menstruation, symptoms can include aggressiveness, irritability, alcohol intolerance, headaches, bloating and breast tenderness. The cause remains unknown, with hormonal imbalances providing one theory. Injections of the progesterone hormone have reportedly helped some women.
Studies of female prisoners have shown that women commit more crimes during a premenstrual week than at any other time.

PMS stands for Premenstrual Syndrome and really bad PMS (It's all really bad) is called PMDD which stands for Premenstrual Dysphoric Disoroder. What PMS really means is Prepare to Meet Satan.

Not ever the staunchest NRA member would support the notion of allowing mentally ill people to have guns. The science is clear: sixty percent of women are mentally ill and therefore should not be allowed to own a gun.

There is no cure for PMDD or PMS in general except for an oophorectomy (which I believe would definitely be the best available option and should be done to women 35 and over). Also, as mentioned earlier, PMS/PMDD is for all intents and purposes a mental disorder that makes women extremely violent and dangerous. Putting a gun in the hands of a violent and crazy estrogen fueled woman is simply asking for trouble. PMS/PMDD is a psycho-biological scientific certainty. There is no disputing the fact that PMS/PMDD is real and serious mental disorder that effects most women.

For exampleschizophrenia, a form of psychosis that currently qualifies for the insanity defense, is associated with dysfunctions in the dopamine, serotonin, GABA and norepinephrine pathways. Similarly, research on the pathophysiology of PMDD has suggested abnormalities in serotonin and GABreceptors in addition to heightened sensitivity to normal fluctuations of estrogen and progesterone. It can be suggested then, that further research provides the potential that PMDD, like psychosis, could qualify as a defense of diminished capacity.
Women knowing this will go on killing sprees and blame their fucked up ovaries. They will get away with it. Women should not be allowed to have guns.

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