Just look at this banana-based feminist protest movement in Poland

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Sometimes a banana is just a banana, but not here, obviously.

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Sometimes it is a cunningly-disguised capybara.

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Suuuure it is. /s

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ETA: the artwork is back at the museum, acc to press, for a limited time. And I seriously hope polish women will kick the asses of those revisionist right wing bulshitters.

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Here’s a man in a banana suit telling the story of US based banana foreign policy and the problems of monoculture bananas: https://vimeo.com/180085532

From the sketch:

“violent repression of a sovereign country in order to mono-produce fruit that fits snugly in a lunch box for capitalistic gain is not chic”

Are we at all mildly annoyed at this blatant sexist post? I mean just a bit? Are we laughing at something that we’d turn our nose up on some “low brow internet forum” simply because of who posted it? And where?

I mean, just for “fun”, how low can we take the comments here and still be funny? I’m pretty sure there are plenty of legit actual banana vaginal penetration pics we could find for example.

Let’s just start with this one…

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As far as i am aware “we” don’t all share a single mind to be annoyed with. But, more importantly, what is it that is sexist about the post?

Edit: Added the word “single”.

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Someone didn’t click through.

In Natalia LL’s 1973 video “Consumer Art,” the most well-known work censored last week, a naked woman is depicted eating a banana in a suggestive manner. The double meaning of the banana as a phallic object, but also an object of foreignness, luxury, and desire under Soviet Communism, caused a stir when it was first exhibited in the 1970s.

Context isn’t for them, it seems. Posting PornHub links is, apparently.

Mildly annoying, indeed.

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