A WOMAN’S liberal-minded male friends feel a bit uncomfortable about some of her feminist views that might apply to them, it has emerged.
Emma Bradford’s mates Martin Bishop and Nathan Muir are highly supportive on issues like equal pay, but go strangely quiet on topics such as watching porn.
Bishop said: “Me and Nathan are 100 per cent behind feminism but it has to stop somewhere. Like at the point of harmless ‘milf threesome’ porn I may have occasionally browsed out of curiosity.
“I’m totally against the objectification of women, but surely it’s OK to stare at scantily clad ladies in films? It’s not my fault I’ve got a male gaze.”
Muir said: “We totally agree with Emma that women should be paid the same as men, but I don’t see how watching a video called The Human Sextipede affects that.
“The actors in it probably got paid loads more than I do, and I’m glad about that because I’m a feminist.”
Bradford said: “Martin and Nathan have really sound views on reproductive rights, but they were totally unaware that sexy adverts and magazines like FHM are a direct cause of misogyny.”