Formula One grid girls are speaking out about the loss of their jobs because feminist collectivists, believing the job to be an affront to the dignity of women, destroyed the line of work.
F1 made the decision to eliminate grid girls—women who advertise drivers and sponsors on the grid—after the Professional Darts Corporation did the same with its walk-on girls due to the complaints of feminists.
Moves to ban F1’s grid girls are part of a larger campaign to eliminate similar jobs for boxing and MMA event promoters by tying their jobs to the #MeToo protest against sexual assault and harassment.
Giorgia Davies, an F1 promoter and former Miss England finalist, has taken to social media to hit back against feminists, to tell them that they are “not defending women” in their misguided crusade, as chronicled by Breitbart.
“I am proud of my job. I am respected. I am paid well, and I have managed to gain a professional reputation that has enabled me to make a career out of something I love,” wrote Davies on Facebook.
“Since falling pregnant with my first child the thought of not having such a flexible income to go back to after my maternity leave worries me. ‘Feminists’, you are not defending women.”
The former grid girl said that feminists were “actually defending women who are threatened by other women who are in a career that you know absolutely nothing about other than what you see on the exterior, and a career that we have as a woman by rights chosen to uptake.”
Davies isn’t the only woman speaking out about the loss of her job. Two of the working-class women brought their complaints to Britain’s ITV program, This Morning, where they faced a feminist who told her thatg they had to suffer the loss of their jobs for the good of “social progress.”
Subscribe now for more! http://bit.ly/1JM41yF ‘Walk on girls’ or players’ escorts have been a staple of televised darts competitions for decades, however, the Professional Darts Corporation have announced that ‘walk on girls’ are to become a thing of the past, intending to ban the ‘outdated’ practise with immediate effect.
Lauren Jade Pope, a grid girl and professional photographer was also keen to voice her dissent on Twitter: “Because of these feminists, they’ve cost us our jobs,” she wrote. “I have been a grid girl for 8 years and I have never felt uncomfortable. I love my job, If I didn’t, I wouldn’t do it. No one forces us to do this. This is our choice.”
Her tweet prompted a feminist backlash, including one from a male feminist who suggested that women like her could do other jobs, like “a nurse, a teacher, a veterinarian, a tv presenter,” if only she applied herself.
“I’m a qualified fashion and photographic make-up artist and a qualified beautician,” replied Pope. “I’m an account manager in my 9-5 and also run an online business. I also do this because I CHOOSE to do this. You could [have] been one of the above you listed, but instead you chose to be a prick.”
Typical male feminist, telling @laurenjadepope how to lead her life and assuming she has no skills because she chooses to be an advertiser and model.
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