“Women hate women. That’s what I think it is. Women’s nature is not to support other women. It’s really sad. Men protect each other, and women protect their men and children. Women turn inward and men are more external. A lot of it has do with jealousy and some sort of tribal inability to accept that one of their kind could lead a nation.” -"Madonna"
Liberal, Election, Funny, Narrative, Oops, Smears, Sexism
Ultraliberal singer Barbra Streisand lamented Hillary Clinton’s election loss in an interview with Leonard Lopate on Wednesday on the New York public radio station WNYC.
Like Hillary, Streisand blamed sexism, not Hillary, for the defeat.
On election night, when things looked down for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, Cokie Roberts had a theory for why. It was all about the sexism. The sexism of the blue-collar men. The sexism of the white-collar men. The Archie Bunker types of the fruited plains. -Jim Stinson
Democrat, Liberal, Election, Misogyny, Smears, Sexism
Hillary Clinton’s campaign has a new culprit for its loss to Donald Trump: Self-loathing, sexist women. During an appearance on MSNBC on Monday, former Clinton campaign communications director Jess McIntosh claimed it was women with “internalized misogyny” who couldn’t bring themselves to vote to elect the first woman president.
"Certainly, misogyny played a role. I mean, that just has to be admitted. And why and what the underlying reasons were is what I’m trying to parse out myself."
"Fellow white women, I'm done with you. After all this talk of allyship, you didn't show up to the polls to push back against the openly racist, xenophobic, misogynistic now-President-elect Donald Trump..."
"Misogyny played no significant role whatever in Hillary Clinton's two defeats as a presidential candidate. This claim is such a crock!
What a gross exploitation of feminism-in the service of an unaccomplished woman whose entire career was spent attached to her husband's coat tails."
McIntosh said “we’ll figure out exactly what happened with turnout,” particularly among “white college-educated women.” “But we have work to do talking to those women about what happened this year, and why, why, why we would vote against our self-interests,” she lamented. -Kate Scanlon