Royal Council Worried New Law Doth Not Discriminate Against Womyn Enough
Following their fortnightly meeting in the Chamber of Sages, His Majesty’s High Council todaye expressed worry that a new law they passed doth not do enough to discriminate against womyn.
“It hath always been the policy of this Council to ensure that all laws and decrees are in keeping with our storied tradition of denigrating womyn,” spake High Councilman Troutwallace. “Whilst this new law is admirable in its general anti-womyn sentiment, I fear it doth not go far enough. Who are we to deny tradition?”
Proponents of the new decree say it shall discriminate against womyn in the customary manner, and that going above and beyond to vilify them ist unnecessary since they already have no rights.
“Methinks womyn already have the perfeckt amount of rights, which is none. There be no reason to rubbeth it in their faces,” spake High Councilman Snyeeyd, whomst supports the bill. “Thou knowest how these ladies are, they always getteth so emotional when we flagrantly disparage them in official policy. The last thing we want is another Womyn’s Rebellion.”
Many High Councilmen recalled longingly the dayes wherein bigotry and intolerance were such an essential element of lyfe that they didn’t need to be explicitly spelt out in law. But longe gone are such tymes. The High Council nowadays must work extra hard to uphold this vaunted tradition.
Troutwallace and his allies on the High Council are now arguing for an amendment to the bill, which would include just provisions to ensure no womyn e’er gets a fair shake at lyfe.
“His Majesty’s High Council tooketh great pains to ensure no womyn in the Kingdom shall go undiscriminated against. ‘Twould be a shame if a few feisty lasses escaped unscathed,” spake he. “Rest thee assured, this Council shan’t rest until womyn are outlawed completely.
“Noble ladies and the rich shall be exempted, of course.”
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