Election 2016

Feminist Author: Young Women Are Supporting Bernie Sanders in Order to Meet Guys

Young women are feeling the Bern, and it's making older feminists apoplectic.

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Gloria Steinem
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Feminist author Gloria Steinem had some curiously gendered things to say about women during a recent appearance on Real Time with Bill Maher: she accused young females of being insufficiently radical and only interested in Bernie Sanders because "the boys are with Bernie."

"When you're young, you're thinking, 'where are the boys?'" said Steinem. "The boys are with Bernie."

The irony was not lost on Maher. "Oh, now if I said that… you'd swat me," he said.

Steinem, a devout supporter of Hillary Clinton, is one of several older feminists who have made disparaging remarks lately about young women—a demographic Sanders is handily winning, despite a misleading media narrative suggesting that the independent socialist's enthusiastic social media army (the "Bernie Bros") alienates female voters. Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright recently appeared at a rally for Clinton where she all but accused young women of betraying their gender.

"There's a special place in hell for women who don't help each other!" said Albright.

And Madeleine Kunin, the former governor of Vermont, penned an op-ed for The Boston Globe that attempted to portray Sanders—who ran against her as an independent in 1986—as callously dismissive of women's issues, even though she has little evidence to support the charge.

Why have so many young women reached a different conclusion? No, it's not because they're trying to meet guys, as Steinem suggested. Instead, perhaps the fact that Clinton is manifestly corrupt, more pro-war than Sanders, and not as supportive of women as she pretends to be, matters more to most women than it does to Steinem, Albright, and Kunin. While some voters would certainly like to elect the first female president, they don't want to elect an evil one.

Update: Gloria Steinem walked back her comments.

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  1. “There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help each other!” said Albright.

    What was Secretary Albright’s opinion of Sarah Palin’s VP candidacy? Or Michelle Bachmann’s presidential campaign?

    I know Albright loves Hillary for making her turn as SecState look competent, but come on.

    1. Well, she misspoke. “There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help me.”

      1. She better hope Preet wasn’t listening.

        1. Lol. Hey, did anything ever happen to you? Are you allowed to discuss it?

    2. “There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help each otherreliably liberal, blind to the plight of women in genuine shitholes, amoral partisan harpies!” said Albright-

    3. Which is more than ironic, seeing how Hillary treated Monica “the Narcissistic Looney-Tune” Lewinsky, Kathleen Willie, Paula Jones and Juanita Brodderick.

      1. I think the word you’re looking for is “hypocritical”.

      2. But she stood by her man after stating that she wasn’t that kind of girl.

        What does one expect?

    4. “There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help each other!” said Albright.”

      I may not understand women as well as Albribht, but I do have women in the family: when I see them pressured in this kind of way they do the opposite. Am I missing something about women’s behavior, because a comment like that seems more likely to drive women away from Hillary and not towards her?

      This isn’t even social signaling, this is a social hammer of smite.

    5. Albright’s trip to North Korea was comedy gold. Did you see the cartoon Nodong missile they did in that stadium for her? You know, when they were extorting the Clinton administration for fuel oil?

  2. You know they’re reaching when they have to go to the most base of wells: gender collectivism and gender partisanship. “Women should all do the same fucking thing because va-jay-jays; of course, that same fucking thing is what *I* want”.

    1. Madeline Albright just did it too.

      At a Hilary event, she said something like “There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t support other women.”

      I’m curious to see how women voters respond to threats of hell.

      1. Huh. I should have read the article.

      2. Well, your mom responds very well to threats of hell. Even eagerly, I’d say. But that’s sort of her thing.

        1. When you say it, it’s more of a promise.

          1. It’s the bond that keeps us together. You’ll never understand what we have! It’s more than just sexual! Well, not really.

            1. I thought it was more a duct tape type bond?

      3. I wonder if the “Women who didn’t support other women” suite is right next to the “People who thought it worth it to cause 500,000 children to die to look for non-existent WMDs” suite.

      4. I’m curious if Madeline Albright sees the irony of her statement

        1. Women don’t do irony.

          1. Just to clarify: that was a joke. But Gloria Steinem is a liberal, ipso facto the beauty of irony is lost on her because feelz.

      5. If the appeal of gender collectivism wasn’t significant for a decent number of women and a good portion of self-hating men too, I don’t think Hillary Clinton would even be a contender.

    2. from one vagina to another vagina, like a double ended dildo

      1. touche’

  3. What does St. Gloria have to say about all the women who’ve accused Bill Clinton of sexual misconduct?

    1. How do you vote for Hillary as a feminist–after she stands by her sexually assaulting man?

      1. Her heart was in the right place: she did it for the cause.

        1. The Cause: Power.

      2. Hellary!!!!

      3. “How do you vote for Hillary as a feminist–after she stands by her sexually assaulting man?”

        But Bill was a popular Democratic Governor/President. That wasn’t sexual assault, it was a frickin’ honor.

      4. Very easily, since hypocrisy is the essence of feminism.

    2. I have to say she does look damn good for 81.

      She looked great back in the 1960s when she went undercover as a Playboy Bunny, and they were after her to be a centerfold until she came out as a spy.

      She is one of the feminists I have the least problem with. She’s never seemed to have that “I hate men” attitude and also has no issue with women trying to look good.

      1. As Senator for New York Hillary Clinton refused to meet with father’s rights groups. She refused to meet with general men’s rights groups. She had no problem meeting with mother’s and women’s rights groups however. Hillary is bad for men.

      2. Seriously? The Steinem claque was the epitome of “man-hating feminism” during the 60s and 70s.

      1. So if he didn’t ask, and they were too scared to say no, was it really rape?

        What does this feminist icon call that–“surprise sex”?!

      2. That theory was confined to men who supported abortion rights. Period. Full stop. And in Clinton’s case, it extended far beyond a single grope. Come to think of it, the policy extended with the Kennedys and a fistfull of other men who fell on the left side of the spectrum. Why, it’s almost as the principals were more important than the principles.

        1. Exactly.

    3. She’s a victim too. She had to put up with Bill’s behavior all those years.

      Now just run with those feelz and don’t think about how she could have done anything or what she should have done. She was a victim and that’s all that matters. Anybody who says she might share some culpability is just a shill for the patriarchy.

    4. I recall it was something along the lines of “take one for the team”.

  4. There is nothing ironic about an old “Feminist” calling young-women a gang of unthinking sluts who aren’t “radical” enough to support the most corrupt establishment-candidate just because she’s a woman.

  5. I was 35 years old when Bill Clinton, Ark. Attorney General raped me and Hillary tried to silence me. I am now 73….it never goes away.

    ? Juanita Broaddrick (@atensnut) January 6, 2016

    1. So, I take it she’s going to hell?

  6. Vote left leaning vaginas.

    1. That’s a strange mental image. How do I get rid of it?

      1. Mind Bleach? by SE Johnson, a family company.

  7. Attention politically active young women: if you’re looking for the boys, the Libertarian Party welcomes you!

    1. Ladies. The M/F ratio is definitely in your favor. But watch out for the nerds.

      1. If they watch out for the nerds, it does t leave much.

        1. I see you got my point. Nerdy “bad boys” are rare. I happen to be one. To this day (40+ years on) it still confuses my wife.

          1. What’s a nerd badboy? A nerd that doesn’t show his work?

            1. Breaking Bad?

      2. More like the MMF ratio!

        1. Or the MMMMMF ratio, if one is feeling particularly kinky.

      3. Do you mean watch out for the nerds or watch out for the other nerds? LOL

    2. The odds are good, but the goods are odd, as they say.

      Also, be mindful if a Libertarian Lad tries to take you out to lunch. Because TNSTAAFL.

  8. What “scholar” are you talking about?

    -jcr

  9. Every survivor of sexual assault deserves to be heard, believed, and supported. https://t.co/mkD69RHeBL

    ? Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) November 23, 2015

    But Juanita Broaddrick, Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey, Gennifer Flowers, Dolly Kyle Browning, Elizabeth Ward Gracen, Sally Perdue–shouldn’t be heard, believed, or supported?

    For keeping that dress, Monica Lewinsky was the smartest of the bunch.

    Any woman that would continue to stand by Bill Clinton, a serial sexual predator, and then present herself as a feminist icon should be ridiculed.

    1. Over the long run, Monica Lewinsky would have done better to send the dress to the dry cleaners and tell Kenneth Starr to get stuffed. She might have gone to jail for a while, but she would have come out a heroine for standing up to the prurient state.

      1. yeah ok. Jail is better than what happened?

      2. “she would have come out a heroine for standing up to the prurient state.”

        Actually she got the come out with dish soap. and it was “kneeling” in front of the prurient state that got her into this in the first place.

    2. But Monica got what she wanted. She was bringing her metaphorical “knee pads”.

      1. She was sexually exploited by her employer–by every standard of feminist logic I’ve ever seen.

        1. “Feminist logic”
          Huh?

          1. Oxymoron for 300, please.

    3. There’s a special place in Hell for Hellary

    4. Not all of those women complained. Elizabeth Ward Gracen seemed to be proud of it.

  10. If it’s one thing I think of when I think Uncle Bernie supporters, it certainly is Cocksmen…

    1. Bad boys. The lot of them.

    2. Yeah right, any girl who supports Bernie in order to meet guys is going to be disappointed when the only male Bernie supporters are feminized neurotic betas.

  11. Young women like Sanders because they are drawn to older men promising them free stuff. Duh.

    1. “Young women like Sanders because they are drawn to older men promising them free stuff. Duh.”

      So, logically:

      ‘Sugar Daddy’ Sanders for President 2016

      1. I think we have found our angle.

  12. +1 commenteriat

  13. “There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help each other!” said Albright.

    How utterly self righteous. Just maybe those young women don’t like old, tired, corrupt Hillary Clinton. Nonetheless, they have a right to support anybody they want–even if Sanders is a really bad choice.

    1. “Either you’re with us, or you’re against us.” Gloria Steinem finds her inner Bush

      1. In Bush’s defense, he never said vote for me, I have a vagina.

        1. You might have just given Jeb an idea on how to get back in this race!

          1. Damn lol. Well played.

      2. “inner bush” – nicely played

  14. Also =

    these people who tout Hillary’s awesome track record with “women’s issues” seem to have forgotten that her signature issue of her time as secretary of state was “Women’s rights in Afghanistan“.

    i would dare anyone to look in detail at this subject and answer the question = was this ever actually something sincerely pursued by the Clinton State Dept?

    or was it something to put out a few press releases about, throw some money at…. all to provide a nice-sounding cover for Obama’s rapid escalation of troops in the region?

    And despite wide coverage of her promises to ‘never abandon Afghan women‘…. what exactly was she doing in the years afterward? Can you find a single feminist writer out there holding Clinton’s feet to the fire on the topic? Has there been a single question about this on the campaign trail?

    or are they all instead moaning about the epic injustice of things like the “Gender Tax”… of being ‘forced’ to pay more for ‘pink things’?

    Hillary won herself all these great accolades as a “champion of women’s issues” the same way Obama won a Nobel prize = as a “Hope Award”, credited in advance, assuming that somehow good-deeds would reverse-engineer themselves.

    1. A jury of Syrians could be polled on whether Obama deserves his Peace Prize.

      1. Or Libyans. Or Kurds.

    2. Add that to her list of accomplishments.

    3. Good point. The “We will not abandon you” quote plus some photos and news items of Afghan women brutalized by the Taliban would be a good campaign ad.

      1. She’s untouchable on this shit

        She’d simply say “we should have never left afghanistan”, but it was ‘out of her hands’. Also, republican congress after 2012 meant less free money for her to throw at the ubercorruption of afghanistan while claiming it was for girls schools or something.

        1. Simply pointing out that she did abandon Afghan women makes an emotional point that can’t be refuted. She can’t say it was “out of her hands” because she’s running as Obama’s successor, and it was in his hands. It also emphasizes the fracture between the Democratic “defend women everywhere” faction and the anti-war faction.

          1. It ca be refuted: Hillary has a vagina. Women’s ways of knowing, and all that.

            1. Also: “in one’s hands” is a phrase used by the cis-gendered shitlord patriarchy to oppress women who have small hands.

  15. Panic is setting in at Camp Hillary.

    I am convinced that when it comes to the Presidency, Hillary Clinton will prove to be this generation’s version of Ted Kennedy.

    1. Their one remaining hope is that Republicans will suffer someone just as flawed. It looks like the Republicans may oblige them

      1. Every 4 or 8 years Republicans have a big meeting where they discuss all the atrociousness of the Dem front-runner, and at the end, pose everyone the vital challenge: “let’s find some way, no matter how hard we have to work, to fuck this up. We’ve got an easy lay up here, so it’ll be tough one to miss, but don’t worry, we’ll find a way to botch this sure thing!”

        And by God do they do it, and do it gloriously.

    2. True, Hilary can’t drive a car, either.

    1. You might need a couple of quarts of Mazola.

  16. ‘Feminist Scholar’ just got changed to ‘Feminist Author’.

    Stay up too late last night, Robbie?

    1. Your mom stopped by, so you could say we had our hands full for quite some time.

      1. Well, at least the Hair has a good excuse.

  17. Steinem also said that that women will always be second class citizens until more women are working and out of the home and more men are in it spending just as much time as women raising children. She’s a god damn retard who went into an echo chamber where there is usually one lone, hapless Republican who is going to get booed everytime he speaks to say stupid shit.

    1. Dumb bitch has clearly missed the last 40 years of socio-economic developments. Now that nearly all combat jobs are open to women, I say we put her on the front lines in Afghanistan for about a year, maybe the universe will get lucky.

  18. What is “talk show Interruptus” supposed to mean?

    1. reference to ‘coitus interruptus’ – or, “an incomplete thought” that never got to its real point

  19. Form the NYT article: “What pulls me to Hillary is that she’s a woman, and a strong woman at that,” she said. “But in the end it’s about who is going to beat the Republicans.”

    It’s absurd that these women who are all for women rights, are willingly supportting a woman who stood by while her husband used his power to sexually assault women.

    1. Feminism isn’t for rights. It’s for an assortment of leftwing causes. It rejects individuality and the qualitative preferences of large swathes of women. It tolerates only a narrow range of opinions on most issues. In the process, they’ve held up the ideal women as one who behaves and lives life like a man. It’s not about empowering all women to live their life with agency, but trying to force women to make the right choices. So, their support of Hillary makes complete sense.

      1. All Progressive causes are simply payoffs and rationalizations for power.

      2. Reminds me of an interview I heard a few months back on NPR; with some woman business activist who was complaining that female career paths were too often interrupted by having children, and the woman often choosing to take some time off from work to spend with their preschool moppet and missing out on possible career advancement. Concluded that “this has to change.” Is it just me, or is that far more concerned with promoted HER vision of womanhood and very little to do with personal choice?

        Yes, that was a rhetorical question.

        1. “Is it just me, or is that far more concerned with promoted HER vision of womanhood and very little to do with personal choice?”

          An activist is certainly interested in promoting her vision. And you are right that personal choice is irrelevant. One does not choose one’s sex at birth. It’s an accident of nature. Once you find yourself born into this world, the most salient choices are already made.

        2. I hear a very gentle sound
          With your ear down to the ground
          We want the world and we want it…
          We want the world and we want it…
          Now
          Now?
          Now!

          – The Doors

    2. The important part in that quote is “…who is going to beat the Republicans.”

      She has Republican Derangement Syndrome. Vote for anyone as long as they are not Republican, no matter how objectively worse than the Republican candidate they are.

      Team player is an idiot.

    3. She didn’t stand by.

      She actively led the effort to destroy those women.

      1. ^Yup. And the video of her laughing about her one courtroom experience, of successfully defending a child rapist by sliming the victim, is sure to come up. The girl has since grown up and has not forgiven Hillary for that. That will make a dynamite campaign commercial.

        1. The Stupid Party needs to jump on this but probably won’t because they are stupid.

          1. That’s what Citizens United is for. Hell, I’ve got Apple Motion on my laptop. I could make an ad and upload it to YouTube. Of course, I’d never get a date in this town again….

          2. How would jumping on this help them achieve their main apparent goal perfecting the art of losing?

          3. If the Stupid Party jumped on it, it would just be a partisan smear. It’s better if it came from a real media outlet.

            *crickets*

            You’re right, Stupid Party’s our only hope.

  20. “I misspoke on the Bill Maher show recently, and apologize for what’s been misinterpreted as implying young women aren’t serious in their politics. What I had just said on the same show was the opposite”

    Oh, I see = Young girls aren’t just unserious and driven by hormones, they’re also stupid.

    1. “I realize that was something I should not have said…out loud”

  21. The only position that marks someone as an idiot more so than supporting socialism is supporting The Hildebeast.

    Steinheim should shut the fuck up and go back to eating her crayons.

    1. Izzat what they call them now? Kids and their slang…

  22. Feminists complain that they are the victims of negative public image. They are not alone. Their associates,Hitler and Satan,have the same complaint.

  23. Practical question: Has anybody attempted to show evidence of Steinem’s contention? Even grossly anecdotal, such as an interview with a couple of airheads giggling that they support Bernie ’cause that where the cute boys are. Maybe its out there, but I haven’t seen it. Without at least some tentative reality check, Steinem’s complaint sounds like self-deluding, desperate excuse-making BS. And it’s self-defeating. Will this sway young women to Hillary or will it expose her to more scorn about her say-anything cynicism?

    1. Feminism, like any religion, doesn’t need to prove its basic assumptions. It’s about faith. Everything females do ‘wrong’ (defined by not doing what Steinem and other feminists want them to do) is because of men. The choices are the result of structural problems in society and internalized patriarchy. Marxism is all about unfounded assumptions, and fitting people into neat little paradigms that comfortably explain why their choices are wrong with the next logical conclusion being they should be forced to make the right ones.

      1. @Brotchettaward: Your description could be applied to any variation of victim class including race, gender, national origin…you name it.

    2. I don’t think her contention is true at all. She’s just trying to slut shame young girls into supporting Hildebeast

      1. “Sluts For Bern – Feel It”

        Can’t. Wait.

        1. Well, that’s how you get the bern in the first place. Then only a great deal of cortisone cream will ease it.

      2. “C’mon girls, you know the only reason you’re supporting Bernie is because all the cute boys like him!”

    3. “Practical question:”

      Do you have any experience at all with political work, campaigning, demonstrating, occupying etc? It is full of people meeting up and connecting, however briefly.

      “Will this sway young women to Hillary or will it expose her to more scorn about her say-anything cynicism?”

      Young women will ignore it. The bitter old men reading Reason will make more of a fuss over it, but that will die down before the end of the day. The author is sure to find a child being send home from school over a t-shirt or some such similar outrage to replace it.

    4. Stienem, Kardashian. Same thing. Forty years difference.

      This is America. One does not have to be smart to become rich. Just controversial.

  24. “Younger women are supporting Bernie Sanders in order to meet guys”

    They need Hillary to enlighten them to how backward that is. Your relationships should take a backseat to your politics. If you can use your relationships to further your political goals, even better.

  25. “Younger women are supporting Bernie Sanders in order to meet fish on bicycles”.

  26. “There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help each other!”

    Don’t be a Traitor: Vote Vagina!

  27. Jesus, Gloria. If the young girls want to meet boys, they’d support Republicans. Everyone knows there are more males in the GOP than in the DNC.

    1. But probably a much higher proportion of closeted homosexuals in the GOP.

      1. Gloria doesn’t know that

        1. I thought she was one…in drag?

  28. Cant really see the boys attracted to bernie sanders as ones that are good looking and confident. So im not sure where gloria is getting this.

    That said bernie seems like a very dangerous person. From his economic illiteracy to his apparent anger issues….i suspect deep down he wants to bern it all down and he knows his policies will do just that. I think he would like to nationalize everything but wont come out and say it.

    He became more concerning after papaysf post yesterday regarding his anger.

    Does he even interact with people or just goes on his diatribe without wanting to be questionned?

    Hillary may be a robber baron but bernie and his ideology are dangerous

      1. I think he is very calculating and hypocritical. And his cult of supporters seem like rabid dogs

          1. I wish someone would bring up his pay gap among his staffers since he likes to hammer the 77 cent bull shit

        1. I don’t think he’s calculating at all. I think he’s a senile angry old man who was left behind by the times, and the main thing drawing young people toward him his simply his ability to make the S-word socially acceptable in the US.

          I really don’t think he’s that clever; his followers have thrust him into his current position, and I don’t think even he saw it coming.

          1. Haha which is what bothers me…he and followers are so convinced in his ideology that they wont stop.

            For example for repeatedly trying to tie mass incarceration to private prisons, the 78 cent gap thing, not understanding wealth and income…i dont think he can be that stupid

          2. An old man given every conceivable advantage in life. And yet, this is what he has amounted to?

            http://www.biography.com/people/bernie-sanders

            In his mother’s own words: Oy Vey

  29. Aged feminists attack young women for their choices. Sounds very anti-choice, doesn’t it?

    1. As has already been pointed out, second wave feminism was never about choices for women.

      1. Nor was any other second wave civil rights effort I can think of.

        Power corrupts. Absolute power corrupts absolutely.

    2. I looked between Gloria Steinem and Phyllis Schafly and couldn’t tell the difference

  30. Ot regarding bernie sanders supporter on washpo comments

    Wants a president sanders to implement his programs via executive order which is more democratic way since the house is republican due to gerrymeandering. Their rationalization is the dems should control the house due to more total national votes and thus house is not representative. No one called out their bullshit

    These people really are dangerous

    1. “gerrymeandering”

      its like a seinfeld episode

    2. If they were talking about the senate they might have a point, as that house generally favors the less populous backwater states. But the House?

      And since when do Democrats not gerrymander? Oh right, when they do it it’s only to couteract the GOP doing it, so it’s fine.

      1. Even the senate it could play out like that at national level…if pubs had 98 to 2 but won every state by 50.1 to 49.9 but lost cali 100 to 0.

        Anyway what amuses me is they cant use gerrymeandering for senate or governorships. So that tells me pubs won the house for gerrymeandering is bunk.

        Perhaps the libs should spread out a bit

    3. What no Dem will ever admit is that gerrymandering is the direct effect of the “Voter’s Rights Act” demand for “majority- minority” districts…

      Here in Ohio, we get Joyce Beatty, Marcia Fudge… and a bunch of squishy RINOs.

      I luvs our “Democracy”

  31. Fag-hags like Bernie? I’m not surprised.

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  33. Hillary Clinton supports the war on women who smoke weed. This is very sexist and those who support her are sexist.

  34. How about gloria’s comment about muhammed being good for the women’s movement. She’s quite the islamic scholar.

    1. “She’s quite the islamic scholar.”

      Don’t confuse Gloria with an Islamic scholar. She’s a feminist and has always been one. What’s noteworthy is that in all the world today, feminism’s greatest and most intense struggle is in the middle east. Outfits like ISIS are reactions to feminism as much as anything else. Their first actions on gaining power are to segregate, isolate and generally oppress women.

      1. Wait. Aren’t they known to shoot or stone them as well? That’s the ultimate oppression. Would the word be “gendercide”. ;-(

        1. “Aren’t they known to shoot or stone them as well?”

          Yes, and sometimes they shoot or stone back.

      2. Some of them deservedly, from the looks of it…

  35. My roomate’s sister makes $86 an hour on the internet . She has been without work for 5 months but last month her pay was $17168 just working on the internet for a few hours. linked here…..
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  36. A special place in hell? I bet Albright wouldn’t dare say that in the Southern District of New York!

  37. By the way, all this proves is that old-guard feminism is strictly about having a woman in power. She can be just as awful and locked into the establishment as any man in history, but if she’s a woman, then progress is being made. It’s as if feminism has literally tossed the old arguments out that women would provide a different kind of leadership.

    1. I don’t recall a lot of feminists rejoicing at Margaret Thatcher becoming Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.

    2. “It’s as if feminism has literally tossed the old arguments out that women would provide a different kind of leadership.”

      Isn’t that what the ‘new-guard’ feminism is all about?

    3. Uh, isn’t this exactly the same as when our first “black” POTUS was elected?

      Oh, wait. Women can’t be colorblind.

  38. “”There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help each other!” said Albright.

    If so Hillary is going there for not helping her husband’s rape victims.

    1. It takes a village of women to support a rapist Clinton.

  39. Ah yes, emotionally and intellectually stunted boys and girls finding each other by using a dbag socialist as their tard-beacon.
    Creating an entire generation of entitled, mouth-breathers who need more than just safe spaces. They need safe states.
    Safe countries.
    Safe planets.
    We must stop this–for the survival of the Universe is at stake.

    1. Women’s prisons are pretty safe, relatively speaking.

  40. My roomate’s sister makes $86 an hour on the internet . She has been without work for 5 months but last month her pay was $17168 just working on the internet for a few hours. linked here…..
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  41. My roomate’s sister makes $86 an hour on the internet . She has been without work for 5 months but last month her pay was $17168 just working on the internet for a few hours. linked here…..
    Clik this link in Your Browser……..

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  42. The selfish noive of them gals, not flocking to vote to have Republicans force them to reproduce or die by coathanger. What about Jesus dying on the Cross so their grandmothers could be sent to jail for having diaphragms?

  43. Boner In Sweat Pants

  44. Steinem ought to be hosting infomercials.

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