May 06, 2018

Menzoid launches “Time of Emotional Anxiety for the Ladies” (TEAL) ribbon campaign

David MenziesMission Specialist


The Daily Mail reports that middle-aged female police officers are being provided with “crying rooms” at work for when they feel overcome with emotion during menopause.

Not being a female myself, I’ll never really know the pain and heartache associated with menstruation or menopause, but I know from experience that when a woman is enduring these times, it’s prudent for one and all to avoid any unnecessary provocation.

The police chiefs behind the crying room measure have been criticized for “patronizing” female staff, proving yet again one is often damned if you do and damned if you don’t when it comes to “reasonable accommodation.”

Even so, other employers have introduced such policies in order to both retain staff and avoid being sued for discrimination, which brings me to my idea.

Watch as I explain my idea for a worldwide TEAL Ribbon Campaign to further bring about awareness of these lady issues.

TEAL is not only a colour but the word itself serves as an acronym, namely, (T)ime of (E)motional (A)nxiety for the (L)adies.

My awareness campaign can help ladies who don’t want to be bothered during their Time of Emotional Anxiety, and also gives the rest of us an early warning mechanism!

You must be logged in to comment. Click here to log in.
commented 2018-05-07 04:58:05 -0400
When did turquoise become teal?
commented 2018-05-06 21:43:38 -0400
Why does the left treat women like helpless needy twits while they call us sexist?
commented 2018-05-06 21:43:10 -0400
If this was a conservative idea it would be attacked.
commented 2018-05-06 20:34:03 -0400
i thought men and women were the same in the work force. but every month and now a crying room think women deserve less pay than men. work the same hours ladies or make less. of course as always your choice. never mens.
commented 2018-05-06 18:34:44 -0400
Starting at the bottom and working my way up I see nothing but female problems, then I come across someone who wants to tell me how to make money.
I know Il’e go from rags to riches.
commented 2018-05-06 16:59:26 -0400
Spare me!
commented 2018-05-06 16:01:15 -0400
Love it. Yet another homerun for David the Menzoid Menzies.
commented 2018-05-06 14:29:35 -0400
David, I think this is more sinister than meets the eye. They are separting these women for their Islamic masters. They are undermining them and they don’t even know it.

That being said, having gone through this stage of life, I can say that there is light at the end of the tunnel. Edith Bunker, from All in the Family, is who I thought of during this change of life. I’ll never forget how she snapped at Archie one minute, and was a perfect angel the next! All our lives, we as women have to deal with hormonal changes. You just have to deal with it one day at a time! Though I love the colour teal, women are just as mistified by our mood swings as men are, so you can’t have an early warning system. It’s just part of life!

Whoever these lunatics are need to be in a rubber room, and leave the rest of us to our business. It’s not the kind of freak show that they are suggesting.
commented 2018-05-06 12:29:59 -0400
These stupid women are taking feminism back to the stone age.
Way to undo everything suffragettes fought for. What a bunch of idiots. Making us all look bad. I wish they would STOP IT.

FYI boys and men, not all PMS and menopausal symptoms are the same for all women. Some have very little problem, some have moderate problems and only a small number have great difficulty during these times. Having said that, puberty and the first years of menstruation are probably the worst. Most of the whiners are just that whiners. Identity politics everywhere. I’m sick of it. Now we all have to have the same period and ‘that time of life’ problems to be in the sisterhood? Count me out.

Bunch of special snowflakes, think they get a free pass for normal body functions?
Only a small portion of the pop have severe reactions.
We’re not all crazy beaches.
commented 2018-05-06 12:28:30 -0400
OMG! A “crying room”?! What next?
commented 2018-05-06 11:35:10 -0400
Menzoid, what a great safety precaution, if women are occasionally that dangerous while driving let alone in the office, a visible warning should be made law.
We have the perfect Prime Minister to enact such a law, as he understands fully what these women are experiencing.
commented 2018-05-06 11:00:09 -0400
- Given that this was the UK I’m surprised that the police Chiefs weren’t facing jail time. With this nonstop leftist lunacy I’m starting to think I’ll need my own “crying room” at some point.
commented 2018-05-06 10:36:05 -0400
I think you just took one step too far into the Mine Field there Menzoid…