Originally Posted by SrsLii
Because the only people I've ever seen express any interest in Kelly Kelly were expressing interest in some sort of twisted DAT ASS humiliation fetish.
If she likes Kelly Kelly that is her prerogative. Everyone is a fan of someone that other people don't like.
As a woman, you should know better than to support other women who do nothing positive at all for the female sex and in fact set us back fifty years by forwarding stereotypes of female worthlessness/submissiveness. Shame on you.
Then you shouldn't support any of the divas on the roster because they are all there to do one thing and that is to attract men with their looks. I don't care if it is Sara Del Ray, Paige, or any of those other good female wrestlers, at the end of the day the only reason men care about them is because they are good looking and wear skimpy outfits.
If you join the wrestling promotions in their current state, then you are reduced to sleeping with wrestlers, promoters, and etc... backstage to get ahead. If you somehow make it there without doing that, it is because you are backed and protected by powerful people and every woman isn't afforded that. The only types of women that could change the way women are viewed in the wrestling industry are:
1) A woman who is independently wealthy that decides to become a WWE star. She then uses her clout to force Vince into portraying her correctly. Not to mention she would have to be extremely talented in the ring, on the mic, and ridiculously over with the fans, especially the women. You are not going to be the first of your kind by being average.
2) You have to be the daughter of the man that owns the biggest promotion. Stephanie is in a position, once Vince dies or steps down, to change the culture of women's wrestling. The question is whether or not she cares enough to do something about it.
3) Or, a woman who is the head of a large women's rights group has to wage a war against the WWE. Considering how the WWE currently caves in to groups that are offended by their content or wrestler's tweets, she has a great chance of succeeding.
Sadly, as it stands now, even the most talented of women end up being subjected to the foolishness that is the WWE Divas division.