GQ’s “The Psychology of Misogyny” | Rantzerker 111


Join us over at Honey Badger Radio as we discuss the following article entitled “Men hating women: A Look Into the Psychology of Misogyny”. Can men really hate women as a group? How common is such a sentiment, assuming it actually exists? Tune in @6pm Eastern!

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  • “Can men really hate women as a group? ”

    How about a different set of questions, for example:

    Can Muslim men really hate women as a group? or
    Can Indian men really hate women as a group? or
    Can Asian men really hate women as a group? or
    Can African men really hate women as a group?

    How do you think Sargon of Akkad, Skeptorr, Prince of Queens, Aydin Paladin, Gary Orsum, Independent Man, Sydney Watson and your other friends will answer these questions? Or Katie Hopkins, Melanie Phillips, Maajid Nawaz, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Steven Crowder….?

    I am pretty sure they will answer the same way that the dumb feminists answered it in the GQ article. So, why the outrage over what some dumb feminists think when your friends think exactly the same way about men in the rest of the world?

  • By the way, didn’t Ilhan Omar get called a “Nazi”/”antisemite” recently?

    Are you gonna do a show about that?

    I mean, you don’t like when people get called “Nazis” for no reason, right? I expect a HBR show about Ilhan Omar any time soon now.

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