Blimp Crimps Shrimp

It’s something I do mainly for my daughter’s benefit. I know that, as a girl, it’s especially important she sees me unclothed — it facilitates an ongoing dialogue between us about the female body, and the way it changes throughout the course of a woman’s life. In fact, I believe every little girl should grow up seeing her mother naked on a regular basis.”

– Mrs Brumfitt says she also walks around naked in front of her two sons, aged 9 and 11.
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24 Responses to Blimp Crimps Shrimp

  1. Buccaneer says:

    What a farce, how to tear down your community, promote people whose success is based on tearing other people down and celebrating mediocrity.

  2. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “Mrs Brumfitt says she also walks around naked in front of her two sons, aged 9 and 11.”

    She’s an exhibitionist. Those poor boys.

  3. Cassie of Sydney says:

    And here I was thinking that the AOTY couldn’t get any worse. I was wrong. Oh and I think walking around naked in front of two sons, aged 9 and 11, IS child abuse.

  4. C.L. says:

    It follows logically that she is also encouraging men to walk around naked in front of their daughters, right?

    This woman was on a vain cope binge after losing her figure and stumbled on to an ‘influencer’ racket. She is simply replacing one form of attention and flattery for another.

  5. Christine says:

    The award evidently ‘offers an insight into Australian identity’ –
    Save us and preserve us

    The committee’s choice says more about them than the recipient.
    Shallow individuals

  6. and says:

    Naked ambition.

  7. Cassie of Sydney says:

    Naked ambition.

    Naked exhibitionism.

  8. Buccaneer says:

    The committee’s choice says more about them than the recipient.
    Shallow individuals

    Almost every year one could say that, the media just keeps pumping air into the tyre of a long-ago busted wheelbarrow.

  9. Pommy Al says:

    Why aren’t child protection agencies there taking the boys away from a raving psycho.

  10. Lee says:

    And to think that I was only reading earlier that unlike many recent AOTYs Brumfitt was unlikely to be controversial …

  11. jupes says:

    What an unserious nation we have become. Just embarrassing.

  12. Ed Case says:

    Brumfitt is in denial.
    That’s extremely controlling behaviour, but she appears unaware of that.

  13. Ragu says:

    She’s just your run-of-the-mill sniping jerk with an opinion of herself about 8 miles higher than it should

    Rhiannon van Zuydam told she was a “happy and healthy” athlete and model when, aged 16, she posed as a surfer for a 2018 Sunday Mail shoot.

    But the 21-year-old told The Advertiser her elation “crumbled” when Ms Brumfitt, a body image activist and documentary director, shared images of the shoot at the time on her Body Image Movement social media accounts, describing the photos as “sad”, “sexual” and “confused”.

    https://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/real-life/news-life/model-claims-australian-of-the-year-taryn-brumfitts-post-left-her-shattered/news-story/80c80ac0620c5400edd9d3ad5c0ed466

  14. Entropy says:

    At least the lads’ won’t suffer an oedipus complex.

  15. Rosie says:

    I cannot stand constant discussions about one’s physical appearance.
    She’s just another shallow self obsessed moron.
    And yes imagine dad constantly walking around naked in front of an 11 and 9 year old.

  16. Christine says:

    That’s right – no Oedipus complex. Quite the opposite, in some cases.
    I feel a fair bit of resentment towards a woman like this. She’s deluded in thinking it’s a good thing. I know two brothers who endured this sort of behaviour.
    It has an effect, at the time, and later.

  17. Mantaray says:

    There used to be a sheila named Catherine Deveny who had the same ground covered….

    When she was fat it was empowering. When she was slagging Bindi Irwin or someone else off it was empowering. When she was mocking celebrities with cancer it was extra empowering. She was an ABC go-to comedian….of course.

    Most empowering and liberating of all was to interrogate her son (sons?) about how they wanked off….and then to get her circle of harradins to quiz their sons about it too.

    That’s all I remember. Exhibitionists with body-image anxieties and paedophile urges= perennial darlings of the left wimminses. Fatuous fatties; phark them all!

  18. Tintarella di Luna says:

    How society has fallen, at least the idolatry of old had golden idols, now they’re just fat, and full of themselves. Ms Brumfitt is no better than Belle Gibson

  19. Ed Case says:

    On second thoughts, Brumfitt is a psychopath.
    There’s been a few AOTYs like that over the years, Grace Tame, Rosie Batty.

  20. Entropy says:

    The AOTY has always been a cringefest. And as usual captured and taken over by the left. I am pretty sure Howard was silly enough to think it would always be a special award for cricket heroes.

  21. Entropy says:

    I don’t think Brumfitt be a psychopath at all Ed.

  22. Buccaneer says:

    Grace Tame was abused as a child, she needs our patience and understanding, Rosie Batty made appalling life choices as an adult, she needs our sympathy for making poor choices, the confusion seems to be in making aoty some form of mental health support for folks that don’t appear to have recovered from their encounter with adversity. There also might be an argument that achievement not adversity is a better measure to celebrate.

  23. Entropy says:

    Well what you might classify as “achievement” on the great Venn diagram of rational thought would probably not intersect at all with gatekeepers on the AOTY selection committee.

  24. Buccaneer says:

    That a fair observation, sadly.

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