Sexism, 1874 Style

Sexism, 1874 style
  1. Ricky Crummett says:
    And later, he invented the kitchen...
    And later, he invented the kitchen...
  2. Ricky Crummett says:
    Later,his wife then invented the sandwich....
    Later,his wife then invented the sandwich....
  3. Dave Sylvester says:
    Coming from a day and age where the women's role in the house was exactly this, this wasn't very sexist. I'll bet she was goddamn thrilled about it too!
    Coming from a day and age where the women's role in the house was exactly this, this wasn't very sexist. I'll bet she was goddamn thrilled about it too!
  4. Jeremy Wiggins says:
    This lead to the evolution of the lazy woman. Now that is sexism. Unlike the actual article, which was taken out of context.
    This lead to the evolution of the lazy woman. Now that is sexism. Unlike the actual article, which was taken out of context.
  5. Michael Magwire says:
    Cool
    Cool
  6. Mike Watkins via Facebook says:
    I mean, if she regularly did the washing, it is a blessing to her to have it made much easier. So - not really sexist. What would be sexist is marketing this to people as "help your woman wash clothes easier"
    I mean, if she regularly did the washing, it is a blessing to her to have it made much easier. So - not really sexist. What would be sexist is marketing this to people as "help your woman wash clothes easier"
  7. Daniel Talbot via Facebook says:
    I am pretty sure he invented it so that she would have more time to make sandwiches.
    I am pretty sure he invented it so that she would have more time to make sandwiches.
  8. David Brazeal says:
    This was in fact endearing and not sexist. It shows an obvious flaw in societies new "modernized" I.E. overgoddamned sensationalized, view of sexism as it relates to todays working woman.
    This was in fact endearing and not sexist. It shows an obvious flaw in societies new "modernized" I.E. overgoddamned sensationalized, view of sexism as it relates to todays working woman.
  9. Alexandra TooCrazy via Facebook says:
    Lady here, I would fucking love a washer/dryer for my birthday. That shit is expensive. I'd be happy with a stove, or a dishwasher too.
    Lady here, I would fucking love a washer/dryer for my birthday. That shit is expensive. I'd be happy with a stove, or a dishwasher too.
  10. Patrik Sandström says:
    Agree. Really cute gesture considering the circumstances
    Agree. Really cute gesture considering the circumstances
  11. Snizzle Dizzle says:
    Wife buys power tools for her husband. OMG SEXIST BITCH! Oh, wait...
    Wife buys power tools for her husband. OMG SEXIST BITCH! Oh, wait...
  12. Bijan Farhad says:
    ...sexism according to poster of the picture.
    ...sexism according to poster of the picture.
  13. Dean Johnson says:
    not to mention he would have made her a fortune.
    not to mention he would have made her a fortune.
  14. Piper Hamelin says:
    What a horrible husband, inventing something to make his wife's life infinitely easier, god that poor woman he should have bought her a useless diamond that just sits there instead.
    What a horrible husband, inventing something to make his wife's life infinitely easier, god that poor woman he should have bought her a useless diamond that just sits there instead.