DM The indelible photo depicting a sailor kissing a nurse in the middle of Times Square to celebrate the end of World War II has long been considered one of the most iconic images of the 20th century, but was it a romantic gesture or something far more sinister? According to one feminist blogger, the answer is the latter. The London-based writer known as ‘Leopard’ caused a stir online after penning a post decrying what she consider the glorification of sexual assault. The young sailor had apparently grabbed the pretty nurse walking down the street at random and planted a kiss on her lips in a moment of exuberance. According to the feminist blogger, the iconic image betrays that ‘something is not quiet right.’ ‘We learn that George and Greta were perfect strangers. We learn that George was drunk, and that Greta had no idea of his presence, until she was in his arms, with his lips on hers… It seems pretty clear, then, what George had committed was sexual assault.”

Welp looks like the feminists ring the bell for round 1000 by having the balls to call one of the most iconic photos in history a photoshoot for Back the fuck off broads. Columbus didn’t rape the indians. Neil Armstrong didn’t rape the moon. And this sailor didn’t rape this nurse. We’re Americans. If we didn’t push the envelope every once in a while we’d still be sitting on that stupid island saying faggy things like “futbol” and “cheers.” No thanks. Our heroes saw what they wanted and took it. Whether it be religious freedom or a random nurse in Times Square they’ve got the OK by me. Bro just saved the world from the likes of Hitler and Mussolini for god’s sake. You think a few months working in a factory is enough thanks for that?

PS – I really can’t say how much I hate Leopard. Now all I can think about when I look at that pic is that it’s the opening scene to a gang rape and these two are looking to party