Friday, March 22, 2024

She Was The Victim The Whole Time

 People got very upset in the past when I said it, but it's true. North America is like the ground zero of feminism. It would be literally impossible in any other country:

A former Tennessee cop who got axed for her trysts with six other officers on the job has settled her federal civil lawsuit against her former employer for a whopping $500,000, according to reports.

Maegan Hall, who claimed she was “sexually groomed” by a cadre of male colleagues on the force, sued the city of La Vergne last year after word of her raunchy romps made national headlines.

On Wednesday, the La Vergne board voted 3-1 at a special meeting to settle the suit, WTVF News said.

Just to remind you of her behaviour:

Hall, 28, made national headlines last year after her stationhouse sexcapades went public, including affairs with her supervisor, Sgt. Lewis Powell, and others.

According to an internal investigation, Hall hooked up with several colleagues, sent them nude pictures and went topless in a “Girls Gone Wild”-themed hot tub party — and even performed oral sex on two cops while on duty.

She also allegedly had a threesome with one of the cops and his wife, according to the city’s report.

The hanky-panky cost several of the male cops their jobs, including Powell.

Sugar and spice and everything nice, eh? Womyn are strong and independent and equal but also can't be responsible for their own (s8xual) behaviour. Well, we can thank Victorian feminism for this, I guess. 

Isn't Tennessee like a bastion of conservatism? But then, of course, conservatives generally support treating adult females like minors out of some misguided sense of chivalry. Well, chivalry was meant for ladies not for well you know...

The woman in question was married, btw. This is a real life example of why many young men eschew marriage nowadays. Here is some advice for you guys: if you are in a similar situation, go for the jugular in court. Victorian chivalry need finally to die out for the society to change for the better.

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