Is this guy for real!!
A businessman who gave £10,000 to Ukip has said women in trousers are showing "hostile" behaviour, unmarried mothers deserve "a good smack" and "date rape" is an invention of feminists.
"Walk along any street and you see women using trousers like a uniform every single day," he has written. "This is hostile behaviour - they are deliberately dressing in a way that is opposite to what men would like.
"It is behaviour that flies against commons sense, and also flies against the normal human desire to please."
He suggests that women wearing trousers could have affected Britain's falling marriage rate.
"Trousers are made for men's bodies, which are mostly straight up and down. Women's bodies on the other hand consists of curves. Women have big bottoms - they are meant to have big bottoms.
"Countless women who would look lovely in dresses or skirts are embarrassingly unattractive in trousers."
His Marchessini.co.uk blog contains more colourful views, including: "There is a basic fact of life that women do not grasp — skirts give erections, but trousers do not."
His internet writings include the suggestion that unwed mothers are "naughty girls" who should be given a "smack".
It also suggests "date rape" allegations "mean nothing" since because there is "no violent act it is difficult to know whether any rape took place".
"Feminists have convinced women that if they make love with a man, and it is not satisfactory, then it must have been rape," the blog says. "Of course, such allegations cannot be taken seriously, and they do great harm by persuading women that they have been “raped” when they have not."
The blog also links sexual abuse with homosexuality and questions whether homosexual relationships "have anything to do with love".
One post reads "90% of the sexual abuse that took place in the Catholic Church was between priests and teenage boys. This is not “paedophilia”, but good old fashioned homosexuality. But because the press and many people have now accepted homosexuality, and do not wish to attack it, they instead call the abuse in the Church “paedophilia”."