This article is almost too perfect for our class discussion to be true. This morbidly funny social commentary story is set up in which some deformed “freak” was born without testes or a penis. Throughout it’s lifetime, the freak has suffered harassment from total strangers on the street, passed up employment opportunities, and been stared at and objectified. “What’s so deformed about not having a penis?” you might ask. Well, apparently it’s being the fact that unfortunately, this assigns you the title of ‘woman.’ Though we know that being a woman clearly does not make you a “freak,” I thought that this article’s sarcasm was an interesting, humorous way to shed light on social issues that still concern women today and are reinforced by the theory that men are innately better, more powerful, and more desirable than women. However, is this type of commentary is too extreme to get real attention or has it truly opened up people’s eyes to the way that society subconsciously views women?