Mother of Five Adult Children Claims the Kids are OK with Her Sugar Baby Lifestyle

As you read the story of Suzanne Thatcher’s travel adventures, ask yourself if men are really this stupid, and if they are, why.

I had sugar babies in my classes at the university, but they were young and they had sex with their sugar daddies.

Suzanne Thatcher is old and she claims not to do anything with her sugar daddies that make her feel “uncomfortable.” All of her talk about separate rooms while traveling with men who pick up the tab for her expenses leaves me shaking my head.

New York Post

Meet the mom-of-five traveling the world in style thanks to the rich men she meets online.

Suzanne Thatcher, 52, has journeyed first class to luxurious hotels in destinations across Italy and the US – all paid for by men she’s met via a dating website.

Thatcher, from Florida, said: “Men I’ve met through online dates have enabled me to see some amazing places, but I’ve also made some good friends.

“My friends laughed at first but now I’ve even persuaded some of my male friends to sign up to find travel companions themselves.”

Thatcher insists that she is honest with the men she dates from the off, making it clear that the pair will have separate rooms on their trips and that she won’t do anything she doesn’t feel comfortable with.

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Mystery Meat Male Model APOLOGIZES After Allegedly Raping Wrong Roommate


Oops! Henry Romero found out that all women look alike in the dark when he allegedly raped the roommate of the woman he intended to rape.

But being a gentleman, Henry apologized to his victim.

What a nice guy!

New York Post

The male model accused of raping a woman in a Hell’s Kitchen apartment was full of apologies moments after the alleged attack — but only because he’d climbed into bed with the wrong roommate.

“He went into my room, thinking it was me!” the alleged victim’s roommate told The Post Wednesday, describing overhearing the ruckus in the bedroom next to hers after a boozy night out with friends.

“I heard her say, ‘Get off me! Get off me!’ and then he said, ‘I’m sorry! I thought you were [your roommate.]”

The ear-witness account adds new detail to the alleged attack by male mannequin Henry Romero, 30, on a young woman in March.

Romero had spent the night drinking with both women and a few male friends, the one roomie told The Post, which is withholding both women’s identities.

The woman who spoke to The Post said she was Romero’s date that night, and had even told Romero that he could sleep on her floor overnight to avoid the trip back to Astoria.

But she left the gathering early because Romero began acting creepy as they partied at a gay bar in Midtown, she said.

“He said, ‘I want you to dance for me — that’s why I brought you here,’” the roommate recalled to The Post. “The way he said it was just weird.”

Disturbed, and wanting to get something to eat, she left the bar. Once she returned home, Romero was indeed sprawled on the floor, sleeping.

Meanwhile her housemate, who was a temporary visitor from another country, had for some reason switched beds with her, she said.

The woman who spoke to The Post said she fell asleep in the other woman’s empty bed — only to awake at 6 a.m.

As Romero apologized — claiming he’d mistaken one of the women for the other, the other woman’s voice rose in protest: “What do you mean! She’s blond and I have black hair!”

Romero remains free on $3,000 bail on felony rape charges; he’s due back in court on August 1.

His lawyer, Phillip Hamilton, could not immediately be reached for comment.

It’s not clear from this story how Henry was able to gain access to the woman’s apartment. But common sense would say that you don’t invite someone who’s acting weird to come spend the night at your place. When you have a nonwhite narcissist model in your home, expect the worst. In this case the woman visiting paid the price for Henry’s amorous advances.

Dirty Harry on Feminism and Women’s Quotas (Video)

The problem that Clint Eastwood points out in this four and a half minute clip from 1976 is still with us.

Watch as Dirty Harry responds like a real man to political correctness.

Georgia Referendum on Trump Leaves Libturds with Long Faces Tonight as White Republican Defeats Jew Democrat

As these words are being written, NBC News has joined with CNN in calling the Georgia special Congressional election for Republican Karen Handel.

Raw Story

Republican Karen Handel wins special election in Georgia: CNN

Reepublican Karen Handel has won the hotly contested special election for Georgia’s 6th congressional district, defeating Democrat John Ossoff in the most expensive congressional campaign in American history.

CNN called the election for the Republican to replace Rep. Tom Price (R) who stepped down to take a cabinet position in the Trump administration.

Over $50 million was spent on special election to replace former Congressman Tom Price, who vacated the seat after being confirmed as Secretary of Health and Human Services.


A liberal Jew versus a conservative white woman ought to be a simple choice for Georgia white people. Blacks are numerous in that state, however, and they will be shown to have voted heavily for the Jewish Democrat.

Twitter reaction:

Ossoff allegedly did not live in the district where he was a candidate:

Reaction to the Bill Cosby Hung Jury Fiasco

Bill Cosby is guiltier than sin. Even if a jury could not unanimously agree on that.

Sure, we can criticize the women for taking up with Cosby but I’m not going to blame the victims of a con man.

Cosby was the most trusted Negro in America. Who would have imagined that he was a psychopath, practicing what amounts to necrophilia–sex with the dead.

When you drug a woman to have sex with her motionless body, is that much different from sex with a dead woman?

Cosby performed his sexual acts over and over again. It wasn’t a one time sexual experiment. It was a sexual preference.

The cast and crew of his TV show knew what he was doing, but kept silent to keep the cash flowing in along with the fame. They witnessed his lackeys bringing women to his dressing room, where they would emerge hours later.

His wife, Camille, pictured above bald, was also one of his enablers. Really, like the others she was his partner in crime.

Cosby must have had a good laugh at how he had white people fooled. The hypocrite advised blacks to clean up their act. The nerve.

In spite of the setback offered by the mistrial, prosecutors say they will put him on trial again. Good for them. And good for the black jurors who voted guilty.

Excerpt from the New York Times

It started with a comedy routine. Hannibal Buress was doing a stand-up set in Philadelphia in 2014 in which he excoriated Bill Cosby, alleging that he was a hypocrite for criticizing the lifestyle of African-Americans despite having been accused of sexual assault.

“He gets on TV — ‘Pull your pants up, black people. I was on TV in the ’80s! I can talk down to you because I had a successful sitcom!’” Mr. Buress said. “Yeah, but you rape women, Bill Cosby, so, kind of brings you down a couple notches.”

After the routine went viral, dozens of women publicly accused Mr. Cosby of sexual assault. Now, a prosecution of Mr. Cosby based on the allegations of one of his accusers, Andrea Constand, has ended in a deadlocked jury, prompting the judge to declare a mistrial. This has left people who have been watching the high-profile criminal case in limbo, including Mr. Cosby’s close friends and supporters, some of whom defended him to the very end. Keshia Knight Pulliam, who played Rudy Huxtable on “The Cosby Show,” for example, arrived at the start of the trial arm in arm with Mr. Cosby.

As of 6 p.m. Eastern time, Ms. Pulliam had not noted the mistrial on Twitter. Neither had Mr. Buress. But here are some of the reactions of those closely connected with Mr. Cosby, as well as those from others around the globe.

Camille Cosby

Mr. Cosby’s wife released a biting statement, which was also posted on Mr. Cosby’s Twitter account.

“How do I describe the District Attorney? Heinously and exploitively ambitious. How do I describe the judge? Overtly and arrogantly collaborating with the District Attorney. How do I describe the counsels for the accusers? Totally unethical. How do I describe many, but not all, general media? Blatantly vicious entities that continually disseminated intentional omissions of truths for the primary purpose of greedily selling sensationalism at the expense of a human life.

Historically, people have challenged injustices. I am grateful to any of the jurors who tenaciously fought to review the evidence; which is the rightful way to make a sound decision … ultimately, that is a manifestation of justice, based on facts, not lies. As a very special friend once stated, ‘truth can be subdued, but not destroyed.’

Moreover, I express humongous gratitude to counselors Brian McMonagle and Angela Agrusa for their hard work. Mr. McMonagle for his passionate and powerful articulations of truths; Ms. Agrusa for her thorough research to bolster Counsel McMonagle; to Mr. Andrew Wyatt for his unequivocal skills in public relations; to our team, who worked diligently and intelligently; to our staffs for their continuous commitment to our family and me … and to our children, grandchildren, and other family who loves us … and to our dear friends and supporters, who never gave up on us, despite it all.”

Camille Cosby is garbage. She may not stink as bad as her husband, but the smell is still overwhelming.

And a second reaction, among many:

Massa Cosby and All His Little House Negroes: Ann Barnhardt Podcast

Ann: “House Niggers!”

There’s no picture, just the audio of Ann Barnhardt talking about the news with her highly intelligent partner, Supernerd.

As I’m posting, Ann is 15 minutes into a one hour podcast. I’ve learned some new things about the “diabolical narcissist” Bill Cosby, whose jury is still hung as these words are being written.

Ann condemns Cos and his enablers, including Cosby’s wife. Ann also scores some points in discussing Negros, especially Negro women.. She calls them “house Niggers.”


(((Woman))) Classics Professor Sees White Supremacy in Ancient Greek Statues Sculpted in WHITE Marble


White marble is racist, according to professor Sarah E. Bond.

Let me give some aspiring young antiracist professor an idea: Paper is normally white. Therefore, paper perpetuates white supremacy.

A silly idea? Not in the world of social justice warriors.

Sarah Bond defends her assertions about white marble statues on her blog.

I hate to say this because I really do try to avoid being a so-called anti-semite Neonazi who wants to lampshade six million Jews.

But Sarah Bond admits on her Twitter to being a Jew! Dammit! There I go being a Nazi again.

Daily Caller

University of Iowa professor Sarah Bond thinks the white marble used in classical Greek, Roman and Renaissance statue is somehow related to the “white supremacist ideas today,” Campus Reform reports.

Bond posits in an article just published in Hyperallergic that “many of the statues reliefs and sarcophagi created in the ancient Western world were in fact painted,” by which she is suggesting that the white marble was colored in its original form.

Stretching matters even further, Bond goes on to suggest that “the equation of white marble with beauty is not an inherent truth of the universe,” making it “a dangerous construct that continues to influence white supremacist ideas today.”


Bond sees the propaganda of white supremacy everywhere, ranting about a conspiracy where “most museums and art history textbooks contain a predominantly neon white display of skin tone” that she has infected “the way we view the antique world.”

This “assemblage of neon whiteness serves to create a false idea of homogeneity — everyone was very white! — across the Mediterranean region.” Although Bond doesn’t complain about British actors playing so many Greek and Roman characters in popular films, she insists will those statues and pictures of white people are just “further ammunition for white supremacists today, including groups like Identity Europa, who use classical statuary as a symbol of white male superiority.”

Bond sees a large job ahead to rectify the errors of white supremacist art interpretation: “It may have taken just one classical statue to influence the false construction of race, but it will take many of us to tear it down,” Bond says, though adding optimistically that “we have the power to return color to the ancient world, but it has to start with us.”

San Antonio based radio talker Joe Pags Tweeted Bond. Pags is not a race realist but he does have his moments. This is one of them.

There’s no reason you’d want to read Bond’s article, but I’ve included the link below in case you’re curious.

Link to Hyperallergenic