Tex Hollywood - December 9, 2022
There's a story circulating about Rams QB Matthew Stafford's wife reacting negatively to a comment made on her instagram post, which was a picture of her and her kids.
The comment was "He could have his pick of women so just a little bit of makeup. If you weren’t married you’d have it on.”
Obviously a reference to her husband being a NFL Quarterback based in LA where all the hotties live.
Her response was to call the commenter out on her IG stories with a comment that read "a typical misogynistic pig. Happy Holidays", which was actually pretty nice, you know she could have always said "Un-Happy Holidays", so she couldn't have been that mad, unless of course the "Happy Holidays" was her being a little sarcastic or catty. Can you say catty, or is that also misogynistic?
The point is whether calling out a woman for not wearing make-up is a misogynistic thing to say, or if it's just someone being a prick, because it's definitely a weird thing to say, but not as misogynistic as saying something like "so he let you out of the kitchen".
She ended up retracting her statement with another post reading:
“I resorted to name calling which I truly do not like, So I apologize to Paul, but maybe you should think about if someone said that to your wife or daughters … I’m sure you would be wildly upset."...and she goes on and on as women do. OOPS, Misogynistic again.
I guess what we're missing from all this is that Matthew Stafford probably does have his pick of women, that is just not discussed in the matrimonial bedroom. I mean, if we were to do a poll on how many happily married pro athletes, rockstars, celebrities bone outside of marriage and the wives are fine with it because it's a small trade off to be queen bee entitled to half his earnings, we'd probably be able to confirm that stat.
Please log in again. The login page will open in a new window. After logging in you can close it and return to this page.