Aristophanes’ comedy “Lysistrata” was originally presented in Athens two thousand four hundred thirty-three years ago.
Women of Athens and Sparta conspire to withhold sex from males until they end the Peloponnesian War.
“Whenas the swallows, fleeing before the hoopoes, shall have all flocked together in one place, and shall refrain them from all amorous commerce, then will be the end of all the ills of life; yea, and Zeus, which doth thunder in the skies, shall set above what was erst below,” the titular character said during the play whilst explaining her aims.
I will not reveal the conclusion, but I will say that no credible historian has said the Peloponnesian War ended due to a lack of romantic embrace. I only bring this up because, 2,433 years later, liberals have demonstrated that they have no new ideas other than the ability to vulgarize and dumb down existing ones.
In a new video made in collaboration between a black-centric dating app and Michelle Obama’s When We All Vote campaign, rappers Saucy Santana and Trina promote midterm participation with the catchy motto “No Voting, No Vucking.” Yes, in fact.
According to NewsOne, dating app BLK debuted the commercial “in commemoration of National Voter Registration Day”; however, the film was uploaded to YouTube on Tuesday, two weeks after Sept. 20, which was National Voter Registration Day. Excellent timing there.
According to NewsOne, a BLK study indicated that a reluctance to vote “did not affect dating, with 70 percent of users claiming that they will date someone who decides not to vote on purpose.”
That cannot continue, especially in 2022-crucial states like as Pennsylvania and Georgia, where Democrats rely on minority groups as voting blocs.
I am unsure whether this will encourage anyone to vote (or reject to date a non-voter):
More on this story via The Western Journal:
“No voting / no loving / no voting / no touching / no voting / no looking / no voting / no vucking / no voting, no vucking,” Saucy Santana raps. CONTINUE READING…