Warning: Graphic language and description.
Hustler Magazine has reportedly published a fake and explicit image of conservative female commentator S.E. Cupp with rude commentary right along with it. More from the Blaze:
Under the headline “Celebrity Fantasy,” the text beside the picture asks, “What would S.E. Cupp look like with a [d**k] in her mouth?”
S.E. Cupp is a lovely young lady who read too much Ayn Rand in high school and ended up joining the dark side. Cupp, an author and media commentator who often shows up on Fox News programs, is undeniably cute. But her hotness is diminished when she espouses dumb ideas like defunding Planned Parenthood. Perhaps the method pictured here is Ms. Cupp’s suggestion for avoiding an unwanted pregnancy.
A disclaimer follows: “No such picture of S.E. Cupp actually exists. This composite fantasy is altered from the original for our imagination, does not depict reality, and is not to be taken seriously for any purpose.”
Cupp is a host for GBTV, a columnist for the NY Daily News, a frequent commentor on Fox News, CNN and MSNBC and is also a contributing editor and columnist for Townhall Magazine. She released a statement about the image and also appeared on Glenn Beck's radio show to discuss:
“It’s uncomfortable. I’m not in this business to talk about myself, I’m not in this business to talk about my character,” she said. “I‘d much rather be talking about Obama’s economic record or his foreign policy than myself and having to defend myself against [this photo].”
Cupp isn't holding her breathe waiting for "pro-women" groups like NOW to come to her defense, either. President Obama, we are anxiously awaiting your phone call (eyeroll).
“The National Organization for Women, NOW, will not come out and say liberal women deserve more respect than conservative women and we are not going to defend conservative women. They’re not going to admit to that but let me tell you that is exactly how they feel,” she said.
This attack on Cupp is disgusting, unwarranted and uncalled for. I doubt the media will show any outrage considering Cupp is a conservative woman, as they have a habit of ignoring such cases of disrespect unless a woman classifies herself as a liberal.
This attack comes just a year after unemployed and unhinged Keith Olbermann suggested Cupp should have been aborted by her parents.
FLASHBACK: Remember when Playboy suggested conservative women should be "hate f*&%#@?" I do. More on this from Hot Air's Ed Morrissey:
Playboy likes to claim that it prints pictures of naked women as a means to empower them. Uh-huh. It seems that Playboy and Hugh Hefner only like to empower women to the extent that they’ll take off their clothes, but when they open their mouths and have an opinion … well, then it’s time to roll out the demonization. They have a new feature on the website that features — and I’m not making this up — conservative women they’d like to “hate-f**k” (link NSFW):
"Obama promised us the dream of post-partisanship—a cuckoo land where party affiliation and factional animosity were forgotten. Turn on cable news or open any newspaper, however, and you’ll quickly discover that the dream has yet to materialize. But there is a way to reach across the aisle without letting principles fall by the wayside. We speak, naturally, of the hate [f**k]. We may despise everything these women represent, but goddammit they’re hot. Let the healing begin."
The hatred is certainly apparent on all ten of the entries on this list. The boss hits #1 on this list, Amanda Carpenter’s on it too, but perhaps the entry on Mary Katharine Ham demonstrates their misogynism best:
"The Hate F**k Rating: You get this one pregnant, she stays pregnant. Karma’s a bitch, isn’t it?"
Let’s be clear about terms here. A “hate f**k” sounds like something perhaps just short of rape, but degrading enough to entertain the perverted twerps at Playboy. The fact that the magazine published this piece of effluvium should be enough to show that everyone in the editorial process, from the writer to Hef himself, don’t want women empowered. They want silent sex objects, and when confronted with women whose opinions differ from theirs, want them humiliated.
Katie Pavlich is the Editor at Townhall.com. Follow her on Twitter @katiepavlich. She is a New York Times Best Selling author. Her latest book Assault and Flattery: The Truth About the Left and Their War on Women, was published on July 8, 2014.