Feminists vent Trump anger on husbands, boyfriends, male coworkers

If you're a feminist upset with the election of Donald Trump as president, what can you do about it?  You can't take it out on him, so chances are, you do the next best thing and be offensive to the men around you.

The Times had an article about this, presenting this behavior as virtuous political protest:

This year, Svea Vikander has decided that she and Evla, her 3-year-old daughter will be the focal point of her family's holiday card. She decided to relegate her husband and son to a smaller picture below. Ms. Vikander said the card, illustrating her hope for the future, was one small thing she could do to reaffirm her place in the world, on behalf of herself and her daughter.

What kind of man puts up with that?

One woman said she'll try something small: She will return mail that is addressed to her husband but doesn't mention her, too.

This is mental illness.

Another woman broke things off with her boyfriend after he said he wouldn't be able to support her efforts to be a better advocate for minorities – she is one herself.

Several women shared stories of the small ways they're navigating the workplace after the election, from refusing to skirt around men clustered in hallways at a work conference to speaking up more often in meetings.

"I am more vocal and less apologetic," Tara D'Haenens, who works at a medical center in South Bend, Ind., said in a Facebook message. "I no longer think of being nice as quite the compliment that I used to believe it was."

Look at how these feminists lash out at men – even being called nice is now a microaggression!

My only question is this: what kind of man could be married to or even be a boyfriend to one of these women?

A) A man who enjoys being subordinate.  Are there really men like this?

B) A man who feels guilty for being a man.  I believe there are some men like this.

C) Men who don't like being subordinated, but put up with it for sex and companionship.

What kind of man do you think can put up with this aggressive misandrist behavior?

Ed Straker is the senior writer at NewsMachete.com.

If you're a feminist upset with the election of Donald Trump as president, what can you do about it?  You can't take it out on him, so chances are, you do the next best thing and be offensive to the men around you.

The Times had an article about this, presenting this behavior as virtuous political protest:

This year, Svea Vikander has decided that she and Evla, her 3-year-old daughter will be the focal point of her family's holiday card. She decided to relegate her husband and son to a smaller picture below. Ms. Vikander said the card, illustrating her hope for the future, was one small thing she could do to reaffirm her place in the world, on behalf of herself and her daughter.

What kind of man puts up with that?

One woman said she'll try something small: She will return mail that is addressed to her husband but doesn't mention her, too.

This is mental illness.

Another woman broke things off with her boyfriend after he said he wouldn't be able to support her efforts to be a better advocate for minorities – she is one herself.

Several women shared stories of the small ways they're navigating the workplace after the election, from refusing to skirt around men clustered in hallways at a work conference to speaking up more often in meetings.

"I am more vocal and less apologetic," Tara D'Haenens, who works at a medical center in South Bend, Ind., said in a Facebook message. "I no longer think of being nice as quite the compliment that I used to believe it was."

Look at how these feminists lash out at men – even being called nice is now a microaggression!

My only question is this: what kind of man could be married to or even be a boyfriend to one of these women?

A) A man who enjoys being subordinate.  Are there really men like this?

B) A man who feels guilty for being a man.  I believe there are some men like this.

C) Men who don't like being subordinated, but put up with it for sex and companionship.

What kind of man do you think can put up with this aggressive misandrist behavior?

Ed Straker is the senior writer at NewsMachete.com.

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