I just wrote a post that included the subject of a woman's worth to Christ (bottom of the post below) versus Mosaic and Roman law during his time.
And in the post before that, the outrage that has transpired over a known rape victim invited to speak at the university privately reporting MSU Coach Mel Tucker called her and masturbated on the phone, which was just leaked to the press. (Though an investigation began in April, the investigation stalled, and Tucker was not suspended until the story leaked Saturday.)
Then we get this story, a Seattle police officer laughing about an accident where another police officer struck a woman crossing the street with his car and killed her.
He laughs and says "Yeah, just write a check ... $11,000, she was 26 anyway, she had limited value."
That is ... disgusting, on so many levels.
Laughing about someone getting killed by a fellow police officer in a car, then determining that her life was only worth $11,000, not just because she was female, but because she was 26 - what, was she too old for you already, a-hole?
Oh, we're evaluating the monetary value of lives now?
And who should get to determine the value of a life?
Certainly not THIS guy.
You see, this is the biproduct of rolling back women's rights issues such as extreme anti-abortion measures, etc. - misogynists and other sociopaths in power can openly display their sickness and no one says or does anything about it.
Though there are some people who truly believe in the rights of the unborn child, there are also many misogynists who hide behind that flag, just wanting to limit the rights and voices of women in power abuse.
Power abuse is rampant in American in general, but with women and other marginalized people?
In fact, we don't have enough letter in the alphabet to reflect all the evidence.