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Here Are Some Third Wave Feminazis On A Boston Globe Post About This Iconic WW2 Picture Doing What They Do Best, Forgoing Facts In Favor Of Needless Outrage


Chances are, you’ve already seen this iconic post WW2 photograph taken by Alfred Eisenstaedt for LIFE Magazine.


It shows a WW2 sailor kissing a woman in the middle of Times Square on V-J Day after the news of Japan’s surrender effectively heralded the end of World War II. The sailor in the photo, a Navy veteran identified as Middletown, Rhode Island native George Mendonsa died on Monday, and The Boston Globe of course ran an obligatory puff piece announcing his death.

The photo has become so iconic because it captured and served as a timelesss symbol of the collective exuberance and relief Americans felt at the close of the Second World War. It has been the subject of countless reproductions, tributes and reenactments, and is readily recognized even today as a charming portrait of a moment in American history. That was, of course, before the feminazis got to it.


Jesus Christ, no she’s not. I looked, and looked, and looked once more, just to be safe, because I didn’t want to misspeak on behalf of another human being. There is not one published article or interview where the woman in the picture – Greta Friedman, discusses the kiss being frightening, or referring to it as a form of sexual assault. Quite the contrary, actually. And she hasn’t said anything about the matter “recently”, because she died in 2016 and dead people don’t talk. But this is how these women choose to “empower” other women now, by speaking for them and twisting or outright ignoring their own words to further perpetuate their own miserable agenda.


You people really are just out to ruin everything, aren’t you?


Oh good, Brian the White Knight beta male at least cited an article. It’s a valiant effort for a weak mind, and you alllmmooosssttt had it there, Briguy. You just selectively cherry picked one quote, and forgot this little blurb in the preceding paragraph:


Smithsonian Mag:

“I felt that he was very strong. He was just holding me tight. I’m not sure about the kiss… it was just somebody celebrating,” Friedman told Redmond. “It wasn’t a romantic event. It was just an event of ‘thank god the war is over.’”

In the years since, the moment has been reinterpreted based off of Friedman’s account and a closer examination of the photograph, which appears more forceful than affectionate. Some have called it documentation of a sexual assault, and while Friedman reportedly did not view it that way, she understood that reading of the moment, Eli Rosenberg reports for the New York Times.”


Better luck next time.

This is what female empowerment has come to? Defining someone as a victim despite their own feelings about it? That’s utterly reprehensible, and as a woman I reject the notion.  Greta Friedman rejected it as well, as her son once told the New York Daily News, “My mom always had an appreciation for a feminist viewpoint, and understood the premise that you don’t have a right to be intimate with a stranger on the street. …(But) she didn’t assign any bad motives to George in that circumstance, that situation, that time.” One reason might be that she was a Jewish refugee from Hitler’s Europe, and, unlike feminists in America, she knew real evil. Given the context, the act was essentially innocent. The facts are,  the kiss was very brief and Mendonsa’s girlfriend can be seen smiling in the background. And as the “victim” told the Veterans History Project:

“Well, I was working in a dental office on Lexington Avenue for two brothers, JD and JL Burke, and all morning long people would come in and say there seems to be rumors that the war is ending. And since I wasn’t very far from Times Square, I could just walk over there and see for myself. And so after my bosses came back at 1:00 from their lunch hour, excuse me, I went straight to Times Square where I saw on the lighted billboard that goes around the building, V-J Day, V-J Day, and that really — that really confirmed what the people have said in the office. And so suddenly I was grabbed by a sailor, and it wasn’t that much of a kiss, it was more of a jubilant act that he didn’t have to go back, I found out later, he was so happy that he did not have to go back to the Pacific where they already had been through the war. And the reason he grabbed someone dressed like a nurse was that he just felt very grateful to nurses who took care of the wounded. And so I had to go back to the office, and I told my bosses what I had seen. And they said, Cancel all the appointments, we’re closing the office. So they left, and I canceled all the appointments and went home.”

But forget context and the women’s own words – this is 2019. A bunch of strange, angry women on the internet can degrade you to the level of “victim” and embrace the ensuing outrage, and there’s nothing you can do about it. Somehow this seems like more of a violation than that that famous 70-year old kiss, but what do I know? Only the facts. If the byproduct of sexual assault and rape is a theft of personal power (it is), then what exactly is this?

The woman isn’t even alive to defend herself anymore. Jesus.

America is not a better place — nor, for that matter, are American women happier — because these perpetually outraged snowflakes want us all to consider George Mendonsa a sexual offender, and Greta Friedman a survivor of sexual assault. They were celebrating life, America, and both men and women in that picture – something these “feminists” clearly know nothing about.


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38 Comment(s)
  • SalO’Mal
    February 19, 2019 at 6:48 pm

    As the Greatest Generation dies, so too does our Republic. RIP America.

    Bristol your commentary is always outstanding. Ignore the haters here!

  • juror seven esq.
    February 19, 2019 at 4:10 pm

    Oh my God, after reading this it’s a damn shame we won the war.

  • z
    February 19, 2019 at 2:16 pm

    I wonder how many of these tools have ever seen
    “The Best Years of Our Lives”

    Noise and mayham, noise and mayham,etc…
    Then quiet. And you were expected to pick up exactly where you left off. At least you took a slow boat back to attempt to figure out what happened.

    The Vietnam vets had it worse. Drips and drabs coming home and basically “Thanks for everything, bye”. One day you have a hot gun in your hand, a couple of days later you are back in the US. There no group en-mass that could all point back to same day when it was over for them.

    I think the military did a bit better job with gulf war and Afghanistan solders.

    Read an interesting thing yesterday. You notice since the end of the draft and an all volunteer army we have spent much more time fucking around the world? The premise is, if you don’t have a draft you don’t really care because you didn’t sign up for it. With a draft, there’s a lot more stackholders in fighting and dying. The conclusion is, if we had a draft we probably wouldn’t be in places we are in right now, because people would be pissed. Right now, It’s sucks to be you.

    • Goose
      February 19, 2019 at 2:56 pm

      In a former life, I was a commissioned officer in the US Navy. I received my commission the old fashioned way, via the Boat School on the Severn, the greatest institution ever created by the US Government. I received my commission shortly after the fall of the Berlin Wall, which we all know was built by the Russians to keep westerners out of the socialist paradise that was East Germany.

      Anywho, my “woke” moment in the service came during flight training, when I realized quite obviously that despite the large number of $$$s they’d already put into my training, and would continue putting into my training and then my career, nobody up the food chain gave an ever-loving shit what happened to me, whether I lived, died, or whatever. I’m talking about the big wigs who really call the shots…to them my life was nothing other than a tick mark on one of McNamara’s spreadsheets.

      So your post really struck me as the truth. Right now, with our all-volunteer forces, our military is essentially a mercenary force for the administration in power. I mean absolutely no disrespect to the veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan, either. But we’ve been permanently on a low-level war footing since 7 December 1941, and it’s going to end up ruining this great country.

  • PS
    February 19, 2019 at 1:58 pm

    Also I realize this is likely too nuanced for your low brow audience to comprehend, but the wording of Ms Friedman’s interviews, much like your entire article here, are both glaring examples of cultural conditioning, nothing more.

    It’s AMAZING to watch you postulate your ignorance so openly. I’m sure these cheap plays of yours would embrassas you more, if your mortgage payment wasn’t dependent on click bate from an angry, outraged, underpayed, underlayed, undereducated WT audience.

    • February 19, 2019 at 2:19 pm

      Why don’t you shoot me an email at I’d love to debate this issue with you further. I’m always up for some intelligent discourse.

      • MassGirl
        February 19, 2019 at 3:24 pm

        No thanks Bristol. Not until you admit your entire Feminism piece was a brilliant satire spoof on turtleboy. Only then will I believe your intelligent enough for my time.

        But keep plowing through that thesaurus girl! Get after it.

        • Grammarian
          February 19, 2019 at 3:44 pm


        • MG's Wahwah
          February 19, 2019 at 11:27 pm



      • True Reality Speaks
        Mirror Mirror
        February 19, 2019 at 9:02 pm

        Touched a seriously raw nerve with this poseur, Bristol. Keep it up – I love watching projecting narcissists self-destruct in the comments section.

  • randiguy2006
    Randall Guy
    February 19, 2019 at 1:46 pm

    Thats bitch was asking for it

  • TURDLEBOY LIES ... Shocker.
    February 19, 2019 at 1:42 pm

    Apparently you suck at doing online research then, because even Wikipedia has this info from a CBS interview back in 2012.

    “While V-J Day in Times Square went on to become an iconic photo that was generally viewed as a celebratory and romantic photograph, Friedman had mixed feelings about it.[6] “It wasn’t my choice to be kissed,” Friedman stated in a 2005 interview with the Library of Congress.[7] “The guy just came over and grabbed!” she said, adding, “That man was very strong. I wasn’t kissing him. He was kissing me.”[8] “I did not see him approaching, and before I know it I was in this tight grip,” Friedman told CBS News in 2012.[9]”

    • Y
      February 19, 2019 at 1:48 pm

      CBS and Wikipedia, both very reputable and non-bias.

      • z
        February 19, 2019 at 4:51 pm

        Hey Y, can you use your Youtube skills to call up Sam Kinison In Rodney Dangerfields Back to School?
        Seems appropriate.
        On one side you have the dirty reality of the war.

        On the other side you have the cerebral distant point of view that looks at the past using modern mores.

        The video piece is a different war but the same feeling.

        • Y
          February 20, 2019 at 10:53 am

          see below

      • Y
        February 20, 2019 at 10:51 am

      • Hugh-Bo Mont
        February 20, 2019 at 11:25 am

        Give me a sec. I’ll go fix Wiki.
        It also seems they cherry picked things she said.

    • February 19, 2019 at 1:59 pm

      I linked the transcript of the Library of Congress (Veterans History Project) in the blog. Context is important. But continue cherry picking to suit your argument, makes you look supah smaht.

      • Mass
        February 19, 2019 at 3:36 pm

        Cherry Picking info? That’s hilarious!

        Your entire articles are cherry picked info. And you know it.

        But sure keep up the “look a bird” strategy. Works for Trump and his low life clingers, why not the Turd and it’s Turd riders. Whatever it takes to make a buck huh B!

        • February 19, 2019 at 4:10 pm

          Perhaps I’d agree with you, if not for the fact that my day job pays my bills. By “day job” I mean career, of course. Women like you don’t take kindly to women like me, I know. I have a career of my own, my own unfettered voice online, and my husband doesn’t even force me to do the dishes. I work with men who respect and appreciate my talents, and I haven’t been slut shamed in years. It’s a pity, really, that my life isn’t an anecdote your type can use to dredge up imaginary outrage with. And, little FYI – I don’t need a thesaurus. Like the rest of my life, my vocabulary is entirely self-made and self sustaining. I know that makes you mad, and I’m glad it does.

          • MG
            February 19, 2019 at 4:39 pm

            You’re trying entirely to hard to “prove” yourself … for what? To whom? Who cares. But your desperation is palatable. Trying to convince others, or yourself B? Sounds like the later to me. You can seek counseling for that. It can be a long road to work through all that conditioning though, takes time, be patient with yourself, best of luck honey!

          • MassGirl
            February 20, 2019 at 5:31 am

            Btw B your “day job” must be very lenient …. letting you post your articles while at work, as well as be able to reply in the comments section all day while working your “day job”

            Do they know how much time you spend in the comments section during the business day, you know when you should be doing your real “day job” ?

            I’m guessing no huh? Since your anonymous? I’m guessing they don’t even know you write for TBS.

            Probably wouldn’t want them to find out either I guess. Weird? You’d think since you write such “hard hitting journalism” you’d want your real name on all that hard work you seem to be so proud of!

            Your not ashamed of it are you? Is that why you only write behind a psuedonym?

            Or is it cause your just really Uncles T’s female alter ego he has some fun writing under?

  • z
    February 19, 2019 at 1:29 pm

    My father was on some fucking island in the middle of the Pacific when the bomb was dropped.

    They dropped the 1st one and they were told. No one knew what an atomic bomb was. Their response was “Great”. When the 2nd one was dropped their response was “Can we go home know?”.

    They didn’t care one way or another about nuclear weapons. Dead was dead and that was good enough.

    He was a landing craft operator. They’d live on shore of whatever island the ground troops captured until they moved on until the next invasion.

    Flies as big as butterflys. Your cloths were cotton and the stitching rotting off after a couple of months. Fellow seaman committing suicide while stationed on an island. Not chickening out in battle, but cracking on a fucking island weeks after a battle.

    He told me stories about dead Japanese rotting all over the place and you weren’t to touch them because the bodies could be booby trapped. He heard a couple of booms because souvenir hunters were tempted. The corpses never bothered him, but the smell did. Living like that you didn’t give a fuck about the enemy and you were glad to make it home. I’m glad I never had the pleasure of living through that. I’ll give them a pass for a lot that happened when they got home.

  • Mr.? Gabe Murchison
    February 19, 2019 at 1:20 pm

    I am so grateful I quit Facebook 8 years ago. This fake war on women is getting tired.

    One of the biggest cancers of social media, and there are a TON, is the creation of the white knight male.

    They could be the most PATHETIC cucks on the internet. Don’t believe me? Go to Jen Royle’s twitter.
    All these faggoty old white men defending her.

    She’s a twat’s twat and is fun to follow because trolls shit on her all day and she is flat out nasty.

    Makes a tranny want to quit all social media….

    • The angry taint
      The angry taint
      February 19, 2019 at 1:38 pm

      that jen royle is a fucking douche and you are correct watching her cuck brigrade slobber over her shitty restaurant is laughable

      • Mr? Gabe Murchison
        February 19, 2019 at 2:39 pm

        Look at this white knight cuck on Twitter, Trey Trey

        Trey Green

        Follow Follow @TreyTrey2115
        Good morning @Jen_Royle

        Of course no reply. White knights never get replied back.

        617 Report Joining the Fray
        617 Report


        More 617 Report Retweeted Erika K Nardini
        Kayce Smith named one of the likely breakout talents of 2019.

        What is amazing is that a year ago she was on Boston Sports Tonight getting what, 40 viewers?

        Excellent decision on her part to go over to Barstool. She’s been thriving and I’m sure will continue to grow her brand.

        Huffstool sucks and so does Kayce Smith. She’s a talentless big toothed Texas goober

  • Jussie Smallone
    February 19, 2019 at 1:00 pm

    I was there that lady had on a black dress. He threw bleach on her. If you squint that beast has a noose around her neck. those people in the back are yellin MAGA…

    February 19, 2019 at 12:56 pm

    After the war, the years were known as “the baby boom”. Wait until the SJWs revisit that era of history.

    Then, it was “to the Victors go the breeding rights”.

    Based upon breeding rates now, who are the Victors in this era?

  • Fat Mike
    February 19, 2019 at 12:50 pm

    I wonder how many Feminazis are aware that the United States was PREPARED AND EXPECTING to enter a land-war in Japan that could take 1,000,000 American lives.

    Like do people really not understand what the world was like in the 1940s? Our precious perfect Europeans were putting people in ovens.

    • ChefJen Royle, Hag
      February 19, 2019 at 1:51 pm

      Was in New Orleans last month. Instead of getting cocked at 1 PM on a Friday afternoon, I decided to go into the National WW II museum, which is rated top 4 museums in the world.

      2 takeaways. What an Age of Engineering it was for the US. Chrysler made tanks, another manufacturer made carbines instead of stoves

      2nd, what a bunch of candy ass, soft vaginas American men have become. Watched the Vietnam in HD yesterday on the History Channel and that only reconfirmed my opinion

      • Common Sense
        February 19, 2019 at 2:09 pm

        I don’t know why this should shock you. War is the single most profitable industry on the globe.

        American learned that well, during WWI and WWII … and never looked back. Which is why we have had perpetual wars since. And will continue that way, until someone figures out how to make peace as profitable as war.

    • z
      February 19, 2019 at 1:55 pm

      My fathers uncle fought on the German side on the Russian front.
      Stupidest thing he ever encountered.

      His sister in 1965 was a true believer in Hitler, 20 years after the war.
      My father and his mother went to Germany in 65 to visit them.
      The brother more or less had nothing to do with the sister because of that.
      She’d go on about “If only the Fuhrer had done this or that we’d be on top”.
      It wasn’t fair that they were being treated like they were just because they lost the war.

      My father and grandmother were supposed to stay about a week with the sister.
      They bailed out after 3 days. They spent extra time with the brother.

    • Nope
      February 19, 2019 at 2:05 pm

      No they were not planning a land war with Japan. They had already given Japan a way out (Same terms agreed on AFTER Athens two A bomb too)

      At the time the bombs were dropped Russia was heading to attack Japan with a massive fleet of war ships. The US dropped the bombs not to stop Japan, but to do so BEFORE Russia could claim domination of it.

      It was to flex our military muscle for the whole world to see so we could claim our status as the worlds super power. Clearly it worked. We are assholes not savors.

      • Ray Spruance's Plebe
        February 19, 2019 at 2:31 pm

        A massive fleet of warships? Their only capital ships in the Pacific in 1945 were a pair of cruisers. The rest of the Soviet navy was bottled up in the west and really didn’t do shit.

        Did you and AOC go to school together, dummy?

      • Excelsior
        February 19, 2019 at 2:59 pm

        Of course Ending the war with Japan before the Soviets could stake a Claim was the right move. Or do you think Papa Joe would have been a benevolent overlord? Dumb-ass.

      • Meh
        February 19, 2019 at 3:02 pm

        Looks like someone has a history degree from Oliver Stone’s Untold History of the United States aka Oliver Stone’s Stalinist Wetdream

      • Dope
        February 19, 2019 at 7:41 pm

        Talk about revisionism. Where’d you “learn” that? Friggin dumb ass Dope.

      • Hugh-Bo Mont
        February 20, 2019 at 11:37 am

        Russia was almost done. Their eastern front battle, and success, took a toll on them. If it wasn’t for Russia, the war in Europe would have dragged on and Germany would had time to finish things they were working on. England would have been toast.

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