Let us bring you the cheerful tidings of not one, but TWO heroic instances of putting grifter lady-people in their places by scolding them like the children they are. It turns out their right to vote, their liberation from the bonds of laundry and yea, even their nominal acceptance as “scientists” are entirely, completely and only at the pleasure of the mens letting them.
Lady-people are, by definition, the ultimate grifter half of the human species with their child-having, physical inferiority and not even inventing their own birth control – the mens are always, ALWAYS picking up lady-slack. Now, brave truth-telling, God-fearing men have been dishing the truth on the evils of feminismismisms since ladies started getting uppity forever ago. But blessed be those lady-people like Phyllis Schlafly and Tammy Bruce who have embraced the truth of their sad grifter lives and made a lucrative living culture-scolding ladies for being too uppity. That’s what we call the American Dream realized for ladies, right there. As part of a pretend university course Tammy Bruce lays down some truth bombs:
“It is easy for feminists to forget this, but it was men who gave up their monopoly on political power and gave women the right to vote,” Bruce says in the video. “Men who invented birth control, the refrigerator, the washing machine, and so many other devices that liberated women.”
Note that this was quoted by RH Reality Check, a bunch of uppity ladies who seem rather displeased over Ms. Bruce’s quite sensible and obvious assessments.
The sad fact is that ladies have been such lazy grifters throughout history that they couldn’t even manage to pull themselves up by their bra-straps to invent their own birth control to liberate themselves; they just lazed around being welfare queens until men, in a fit of compassion (or perhaps just wanting ladies to pull their own weight already), invented birth control for them. QED.
Speaking of brassieres: there you have another tool of women’s liberation that grifter ladies just lazed about waiting around for the men to invent for them. Oh, excuse us for one moment…[speaking to someone off -page] “what do you mean the brassiere was patented by Mary Phelps Jacob…what…how is that even…that is just unpossible I tell you…” [returns to page]. It appears there are rumors circulating that some lady was issued the first patent on modern brassieres, but you can’t fool us – we have it on good authority that it was, in fact, Otto Titzling1 – a glorious man – who invented modern brassieres. We were NOT born yesterday.
We digress, back to the matter at hand – ladies getting uppity. Now even SCIENCE people (and by “people” we mean long-suffering, hero-men)2 are bringing the truth to light that ladies’ role in science is and should be nothing more than that of coddled children who men let play at being scientists. Even ladies can be directed to follow simple instructions as they are by their very nature built to be followers. And given ladies’ utility in the areas of home, hearth, and socializing – there’s certainly no reason not take advantage of ladies’ skills into the lab. Ladies can be quite handy to have around: tidying the lab space, organizing group lunches, cleaning glassware. But do be careful as we cannot stress enough the awkwardness for everyone should ladies-in-science start to get uppity:
Reviewer’s conclusion: we should get a man’s name on MS to improve it (male colleagues had already read it) (2/4) pic.twitter.com/fhiyzNG0R8
— Fiona Ingleby (@FionaIngleby) April 29, 2015
…and this is a bit hypocritical given the reviewer’s own ideological biases throughout the review, for example: (3/4) pic.twitter.com/aJ8aTIRdYL
— Fiona Ingleby (@FionaIngleby) April 29, 2015
Frankly we couldn’t have said it better ourselves; the level of unvarnished truthing by those journal reviewers merits a Medal of Honor: male doctoral students co-author more papers than females and in better journals, because harder, better, faster, stronger. We call that “logical reasoning;” if those girls trying to publish had taken a logic course in undergrad like we did certainly this would be clear to them.
Now if this whole thing is too hard for your brain to sort out – why men should do the mens things and ladies should stick to the ladies things – we’ll direct your attention to Promise Keeper Bill Farrell’s hero-book Men Are Like Waffles – Women Are Like Spaghetti. And in the natural order of all things, it’s abundantly clear that waffles are the winners, and spaghetti are the lazy grifters.
And while we know “science” also includes those misguided men harping on about “global warming” (we’ll have you know it was some record cold here in Minnesota this past winter, what do you have to say about THAT mister!) and the evolution-peddlers, but we’re savvy enough to know real science when we see it! ↩