It’s A New Year But Women Are Still the Same

Women be all “why don’t men respect me for my accomplishments?” then be all “buy my pinup calendar for charity!” then be all “look how well I aged!” At no point in this were horny young men actually consulted.

Former Black Hawk helicopter pilot Jana Tobias on posing for Pin-ups for Vets: ‘I still can’t believe it’s me’

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By Stephanie Nolasco, 30 December 30

Jana Tobias was eager to suit up in a completely different way.

The veteran, who served in the Army as a Black Hawk pilot, is one of 12 women who swapped their uniforms and combat boots for ‘40s style dresses and high heels, for the 16th annual Pin-Ups for Vets 2022 calendar. The award-winning nonprofit, founded in 2006 by California resident Gina Elise, raises funding to support hospitalized and deployed troops.

They probably sold… by appealing to Original Sin, not male hormones.

“I try to follow as many veteran organizations as possible,” Tobias told Fox News. “I came across Pin-Ups for Vets on Facebook and I was just intrigued. I’ve always loved the 1940s, not because of the clothes, but really the nose art.

“You can’t think small with tits this large!” (I didn’t check after finding her face… stay tuned.)

I’m in aviation, so that has always fascinated me. It was also a time when our country was going through hardship and war. And yet, we as Americans did whatever was possible to motivate and uplift our troops, so they can keep going. I felt like I could contribute.”

Contribute… how, exactly, female?

I’d call that a contribution!
You boost my morale, baby!

Um… A flat-chested, man-jawed mattress girl. In a blue dress, even.

These women are trying to have it both ways. “I can fight like a man!” and “I’m soft and desirable!”. A few of these women can clean up with cosmetics and a good outfit, but suffice to say, the Marine Corps made a man out of a few of ’em. A fat man with a thousand-cock stare.

Rosie the Riveter was such a lie.

The 44-year-old’s journey is one made fit for the silver screen. As a child, she was enamored with G.I. Joe and the 1984 action film “Red Dawn,” about how a group of teenagers band together to defend their country from invading Soviet forces.

“I grew up with four brothers,” she chuckled. “My father always treated me like one of the boys. He didn’t treat me special because I was a girl. He taught me everything, including fishing, camping, hiking – whatever else my brothers were doing. We also wrestled. I felt like I could do anything that my brothers could do. My father also served at the National Guard so service was essential in my family.”

According to the Massachusetts resident, it was in college when she saw a flyer for the ROTC at her dorm cafeteria.

“It was something I’ve always wanted to do,” said Tobias. “I wanted to help people, save people. And I felt it would be very cool.”

The choice forever changed her life.

Had she been under proper male authority, she would not have believed the recruiter’s lies.

Tobias joined the Santa Barbara ROTC at the University of California during her freshman year in 1995. She was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant through the ROTC when she graduated in June 1999.

According to Tobias, she served in South Korea from 2000 until 2001. From there she headed to Fort Hood from 2001 until 2008. Then came the Texas Army National Guard from 2009 until 2015, and finally the Massachusetts Army National Guard from 2016 until 2020. Tobias was deployed twice to Iraq; once with the 1st Cavalry Division on active duty from 2004 until 2005 and then with the 36th Infantry Division in the Texas Army National Guard from 2010 until 2011.

Tobias said one of her most memorable experiences was being involved with the disaster relief and rescue operations during Hurricane Katrina in 2005. She described landing on overpasses, streets, stadiums and rooftops to help those stranded by rising waters.

I can’t dump too hard on her enjoying rescue ops over combat ops. Not after realizing how often the ‘Murican Empire has been the bad guy. Regardless, joining the military with the intention of helping strangers is really not what a proper military is about.

Over the years, Tobias said she followed several veteran organizations on social media. And along the way, she discovered Pin-Ups for Vets.

“The style was intriguing,” she said. “But also, I was just really drawn to the organization’s mission and what they were trying to accomplish by supporting our veterans. It felt like the perfect way for me to serve again. I reached out because I have done my own little pinup photos for my husband in these cool outfits and thought, ‘I could do this.'”

The nonprofit famously produces WWII-inspired bombshell calendars featuring veterans as models. The 16th annual calendar for 2022 features 12 female veterans, whose combined military service equals 100 years.

Being freshly retired from military service made her jump to pin-up artist rather… wrinkly.

And losing that war after 20 years. But enough about Afghanistan…

Since its launch, Pin-Ups for Vets has donated over $80,000 to help hospitals purchase new rehabilitation equipment and to provide financial assistance for veterans’ health care program expansion across the country. During the pandemic, Pin-Ups for Vets has been shipping out care packages enclosed with gifts of appreciation to hospitalized veterans. It continues to mail morale-boosting care packages to deployed U.S. troops around the globe.

Morale-boosting != boob-sagging.

Tobias is Miss June 2022.

“I’m not a model, so this was outside my comfort zone,” said Tobias. “But my husband was there and making me laugh. It was a lot of fun. I met so many amazing women with inspirational stories from their time in the military. And when I saw the photos, I just couldn’t believe it was me. Gina has this eye and I felt so beautiful. I still can’t believe it’s me.”

Still female, wanting to be beautiful despite getting her man card punched.

And the cause hit close to home. Tobias said that like many veterans, she faced personal struggles.

Still female, playing the victim after a full, commissioned career of female empowerment.

“My biggest struggle was knowing who I was and how I fit in,” she admitted. “I was an officer, I was a leader. I was in charge of platoons and companies. Those were all skills I learned to develop…  Some people might think veterans just follow commands because that’s the perception of the military. You’re just a soldier. You don’t ask questions. But you have your integrity, your moral compass. We’re not just robots. We have goals and dreams like anyone else.”

Oh, that poor officer! Forced to be in charge despite having goals and dreams like anyone else!

“I am proud of our resilience,” she said. “I am proud that we can live in a place where we aren’t persecuted daily. I don’t know if many people realize that. You don’t have to look over your shoulder constantly. We have our freedoms. I’m happy where we are as a nation because it’s far better than it could be. We always fight and we never give up. We’re not afraid to tackle hard issues. And, we’ve maintained a level of security and freedom that is unparalleled.”

If she was any more resilient then she’d have waited until age 60 to try becoming a sex symbol. “Hey Mike, check out THIS pin-up! Do you think she’s hit menopause yet?”

Boner test: FAIL! But nobody is asking the men.

11 thoughts on “It’s A New Year But Women Are Still the Same

  1. Jana Tobias and Kamala Harris vs. Xi and Putin. Two over-privileged fembots vs. the Dragon and the Bear. Closed-cage tag-team. Hey I know! We will just out-empower them!

    In the old days God would sigh and hand deluded nations like New Amerika over to cruel peoples, and to cruel principalities that ruled over those peoples. Folks like the frenly Assyrians and Babylonians. This method had a way of ridding idolatrous and feminized Israel of its self-absorption, inanity, vanity and pride. Daddy wasn’t fretting about the new career of Princess anymore.

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  2. Women are the same everywhere.

    An article on feminism in South Korea https://www.nytimes.com/2022/01/01/world/asia/south-korea-men-anti-feminists.html

    Very similar to Western feminism. More women go to college than men in South Korea. More women than ever before in government. Yet they still complain about a “glass ceiling.” Many young men feeling disrespected by society and going MGTOW.

    If you have trouble accessing the article, turn off Java script.

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  3. Jane Tobias had four brothers, yet her father treated her like a boy? That’s odd.

    According to Dalrock’s DODO theory, it’s usually dads without sons who raise their daughters to be boys.

    Of course, Jane might be lying about her upbringing. Women often embellish their “life journeys,” changing the facts to fit their preferred narratives.

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  4. She’s a tomboy, masculinized by growing up with four brothers but no sisters. I wouldn’t blame her father for what was pretty much inevitable.

    Tobias may simply have been trying to impress Vet Daddy when she chose to join up as one of the first women allowed. As opposed to Nancy Mace, whom Daddy forced through the system.

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  5. Jana, NO normal human male wants to date, fuck, or marry “one of the boys,” which is what you’ve spent your whole life trying to be. The fact that some men DID date and fuck you (but either had better since than to marry you, or, more likely, responded to your “I-ain’t-never-gettin-hitched” vibes) doesn’t mean they were normal males. In fact, it almost certainly means that they were emasculated male feminists raised to think of women like you as normal. Not men you wanted or respected anyway.

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  6. ”Women be all “why don’t men respect me for my accomplishments?” then be all “buy my pinup calendar for charity!” then be all “look how well I aged!” At no point in this were horny young men actually consulted.”
    You do know the womminz very well GUNNER!
    Also could you,RAY,FERRIKER or REDPILL LATECOMER e-mail or at least comment to SHARKLY HERE @GUNNER’S&please tell tell him who I am? As he seems to be ”confused” again,earlier at SPAWNY’S this morning.
    &he clearly won’t listen to myself,BUT he MIGHT listen to anyone of you guys who have known GBFM through-out-the-years though!

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  7. ‘An article on feminism in South Korea https://www.nytimes.com/2022/01/01/world/asia/south-korea-men-anti-feminists.html

    This is a fascinating and educational article showing that even in the East, some societies — those influenced by Ms. America, largely — already are corrupted and post-feminist.

    Here’s another door to the article, without needing to touch the vile NY Times —

    https://theworldnews.net/au-news/out-with-man-haters-young-angry-men-lead-new-political-cry-in-south-korea

    ‘Yoon Suk-yeol, the candidate of the conservative opposition People Power Party, sided with the anti-feminist movement when he accused the ministry of gender equality of treating men like “potential sex criminals.” He promised harsher penalties for wrongfully accusing men of sex crimes, despite concerns it would discourage women from speaking out.’

    Can you imagine a candidate for political office in the U.S. running on an anti-feminist platform? Nupe. And that is because the tsah-rah makes her home in her Homeland, the U.S.

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  8. I had to read this 3 times to be sure: “I’ve always loved the 1940s, not because of the clothes, but really the nose art.”

    The nose art? What the hell?

    Gunner, in my best Ebonics: Yo, do this be effed up? Seriously, is it a typo?

    Because I didn’t see much nose art. You could argue the woman in the green dress got her nose illuminated enough from the left side to make is look whiter than the right side. That’s about it though.

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  9. ”Women be all “why don’t men respect me for my accomplishments?”

    “WHOA! CHECK OUT THE CREDENTIALS ON HER!” – said no man, ever.

    In the 1980s I saw a play on PBS, produced by some womyn’s theater. Actually, a series of sketches.

    In one sketch, an Avon Lady tries to sell cosmetics to two female roommates.

    One roommate asks why she should want all that makeup.

    The Avon Lady responds, “Why, to be attractive to men.”

    Her roommate replies, “She has a PhD. in the humanities. Why should she need makeup to be attractive to men?”

    The play’s author makes the classic female mistake. Because women are attracted to high-status men, she thinks men should be attracted to high-status women.

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