Today’s Unhappy Women Still Haven’t Figured Out Feminism Exploits Them
The bitchy, bloated, bags of fat known as American women skulking about the landscape still haven’t figured out what the true cause is of their collective malaise. But their unhappiness in their new roles as wannabe men post-feminism is palpable. You can see it virtually everywhere you go. Establishment news outlet The Guardian brought up the very interesting topic of increasing unhappiness in “empowered” women in a recent article.
Since the 1970s, women in the US and Europe have reported feeling less satisfied with their lives.
Quelle surprise! Women are unhappy denying their feminine and maternal instincts despite now having both female privilege and rights. Speaking of female privilege…
Women are outliving men in every country in the world, despite facing higher levels of poverty than men, greater odds of encountering sexual violence and many additional, diverse forms of discrimination.
Note the spin. Women are always the victims, and men always the oppressors is the tired old narrative from Anglo media. Never mind the fact men don’t live as long as women do because males are expected to work in often dangerous and stressful jobs, and are considered expendable drones for the military-industrial complex while women take jobs that let them wear nice clothes.
No, women are the true victims. Not the men who have to cut the trees to build the McMansions women crave and the soldiers who have to go into combat and risk having their heads blown off.
Another hole in this “poor, pitiful women” scribe is this: women are poorer than men because they don’t spend as much of their lives working as men do, and statistically go into professions that make them feeeeeeel good rather than ones that actually make money. Oh, and spare us the tired “discrimination” narrative in a culture that is rife with misandry.
In any case, the establishment press is miffed as to why their magic plan to completely reinvent the sexes and traditional sex roles isn’t working out:
But while women are living longer, it’s unclear whether their wellbeing is showing comparable strides. As women gain political, economic and social freedoms, one would expect that they should feel even more contented relative to men. But this isn’t so.
Women were happier when they were barefoot and pregnant, and not empowered. This claim is not hyperbole. It’s a statistical fact. Here come the eggheads to prove our point:
Economists Betsy Stevenson and Justin Wolfers discovered that American women rated their overall life satisfaction higher than men in the 1970s. Thereafter, women’s happiness scores decreased while men’s scores stayed roughly stable. By the 1990s, women were less happy than men. This relative unhappiness softened after the turn of the century, but men continue to enjoy a higher sense of subjective wellbeing that is at least as high — if not higher — than women’s.
Perhaps men are happier because the smart ones haven’t been carrying around bitches’ baggage since women shafted themselves and decided being a slave to a boss was better than having a “nasty” family to take care of.
As a side note, I recently gave an eyewitness account of watching white girls miserable at their jobs. I thoroughly enjoyed watching them trudge through their menial jobs in total ignorance of the fact women got shafted big by feminism. They think they’ve accomplished something by spending the best years of their lives slaving for the mirage corporate media has shoehorned into their minds. They haven’t.
The truth of the matter is feminism didn’t “empower” them as much as it turned them into additional slaves to help grow fiduciary crops on the corporate-government tax farm. Of course, The Guardian performs astonishing mental gymnastics to once again blame men for women’s unhappiness. Here comes the boilerplate narrative:
Evidence supports the idea that women’s rights and roles in the home in the US and Europe have not moved in step with changes in the workplace. Therefore, because women with jobs often do most of the chores and childcare, they shoulder a dual burden that cuts into their sleep and fun.
What hilarity! Who would have ever thought women turning themselves into wannabe men (i.e. laborers who have to answer to an asshole of a boss day in and day out) would cut into their sleep and fun? Furthermore, today’s women do most of the chores and childcare because they dispose of men as quickly as they dispose of used tampons on the modern merry-go-round relationship ride. Daddy is too busy slaving to earn child support money to come over and do laundry and cook dinner for the bitch that kicked him to the curb.
The takeaway message from The Guardian’s article is the fact Anglo culture still has those damned blinders on when it comes to women. At least the issue of feminism not making women happy is getting brought up. It’s the explanation for why they’re unhappy that fogs the mind.
The elephant in the room that none of them see is feminism, in reality, exploits women rather than empowers them. Will women ever figure it out?
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