Why is this important? Good question.
The readers of Elle magazine, and thus the people who write to E. Jean are:
- From North America.
- Upper middle class or richer.
- Liberal Democrats.
- Femistatist who identify as feminists.
- 40% single. (Are you surprised they can’t find men?)
Thus these people are the results of femistatism. Looking at their problems gives an indicator of what will happen to your life if you are a femistatist. In addition to being a warning we can examine these women, their world views and their problems to see the many flaws of femistatism.
Demographics of the Elle audience:
In this episode:
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More problems of upper-middle class white women from North America, and some very sissyfied “men”.
- I don’t know anything about music. Should I give my boyfriend constructive criticism on how to make his music better since my uninformed opinion has more value than his knowledge of music and his experience in a band?
- Can I be happy if I don’t have children?
- My jobless boyfriend doesn’t fuck me very often. How can I get him to marry me?
- I am not an insecure attention whore. Is something wrong with me?
- I cheated on a man. Not my husband or boyfriend. My hairdresser. This is a major first world white woman from North America problem. Please advise.
- My boyfriend is a sissy. How much longer should I allow this sissy to ruin my life and hold me back from success?
- I played chess with a girl and got sexual excited because she is hot and I want to fuck her. I’m obviously still a virgin. Will I ever get laid?
- I want to avoid sex. Can you tell me some places where sex doesn’t happen?