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What struck me also aside from the problems cited above, is how “pornographic” her tone in her entries is. It is very unfeeling, very sex-object, very dehumanized, at first, it sounded like it had been written by a guy pornographer,

and it sounded like some Democrat was out to slander a few Republicans with some Hill porn fiction, as if Dems have less of these character problems on the Hill (or elsewhere).

If Cutler is what she say she is, she should have been a Democrat intern, she would have earned twice the money by selling herself to both sexes in the office. They don´t discriminate. The sexual harassment and objectification comes from all sides.

Since more and more women are, with each passing day, becoming as people what pornographers had only described before, there´s the result.

Alessa

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