Linkage: 3 November 2015 #TheTriggering
“Schools should be judged on the way they teach gender equality and the way they deliver it.”
And other femistatist clap-trap in England.
I will not be donning plastic homemade armor and protesting a feminist protest.
1 in 5 women are just not responsible and at minimum have a questionable moral compass. And while you may say, “well that means 80% of the women are just fine,” true….but have you ever dated more than 4 girls?
CH has tackled the subject of female-initiated frivorce. It’s good to revisit the topic for clarification, because there are a lot of people who still labor under delusions about the malign effects on society of the divorce industrial complex, and what exactly incentivizes wives to file for the majority of divorces.
I bring this up because recently America, fuck yeah! (re)assumed the number one spot on the worldwide obesity charts. Some of this girth increase is the negative externality of the steezer invasion, but not all. White women are getting fatter, too.
Despite a myriad of efforts to combat poor eating habits and unhealthy lifestyle choices, obesity in America today is more prevalent than it was in 2000. All in all, 35% of Americans are now considered obese. The issue is even more concerning with respect to children, where the number of overweight kids checks in at 38%.
Evidence of my assertion that Yes All Women are like that when it comes to hypergamy.
Life should be “fair.”
But here’s the thing. Out of the those 373, how many depict women dying? Half? Three-quarters? A third? Actually it’s a much, much smaller number. So small, I’m going to put a trigger warning on this next sentence. For those who have not yet swallowed the red pill, imminent, worldview-changing facts are about to appear.
Are we there yet?
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