Feminism finally gets its spanking

Responding to reports that American college students have been given colouring books and play-doh to cope with Trump’s success, Andrea Hardie of A Voice for Men remarks that “spanking is always an option for adult women.”


It seems to me that bratty American feminists have finally been given the spanking by the electorate that they have needed for years.


10 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Julian O'Dea on November 16, 2016 at 4:51 am

    Clinton’s Defeat Means Lost Chances for Many Women on the Rise“:

    “As the first woman nominated as president by a major political party, Clinton said she intended to form a cabinet that reflected the country’s gender balance. Women were in the running for chief of staff and secretaries of treasury and defense, posts that previously only had been held by men. Her West Wing and executive branch agencies would have been staffed with women who’ve spent decades working their way up the Democratic Party’s power structure.”

    God, what a horrible woman. A would-be feminist carpetbagger. If she had won, she would have been femsplaining us all for years.


  2. Posted by Julian O'Dea on November 16, 2016 at 6:41 am

    Women and the Election” (Notes from a Red Pill Girl)

    “Something I noticed very early on, even before the Democratic convention named Hillary as the candidate, was that despite her being a woman, she wasn’t very popular among women I knew in real life who I normally would have expected to embrace her.”


  3. Posted by Julian O'Dea on November 16, 2016 at 10:47 am

    Why Women Rejected HillaryIt’s long past time to stop pretending there’s a “women’s vote.” Trump proved that we don’t come together as a bloc anymore.

    Women did skew towards Hillary; but men skewed towards Trump; and the factors practically balanced out. It seems that white women were least likely to vote their sex. Which is strange in some ways.

    Pundits tend to concentrate on the women’s vote, and forget that men vote. There is no harm in a gender gap per se. Like Reagan, Trump was very popular among men.


  4. Posted by Julian O'Dea on November 21, 2016 at 1:04 am

    Here is some feminist caterwauling. The point I would make is that we have seen female leadership at national level in Australia, the UK (twice), New Zealand and other places inside and outside the Anglosphere. People will vote females in. But they are, rightly in my opinion, less willing to vote in feminists like Hillary. This is worth a read because it shows the sheer penis envy driving the feminists who were behind Hillary as well as giving some idea of the feminist triumphalism and discrimination against men at the highest levels of government to which American men would have been subject.

    We would never have heard the end of it. The feminist crowing would have been heard around the world.



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