Posted by
Gavin
• 08.28.15 03:07 pm

Sure there are a tiny minority of women who would be better off in the workforce. The problem is, women are so “empowered,” they all think they’re that woman.

Then they realize they aren’t. Then it’s too late. If you want three (you do) then you better get started at 25.

 


Comments
  1. raymi says:

    dont you have any other shit to talk about here instead of woman bashing?

  2. frank says:

    “My career” is just a line women use to cover for their lack of romantic success. I don’t think this career vs. family trade-off is actually happening at any meaningful rate. Who cares about showbiz weirdos. In the real world, these childless broads just have unrealistic standards and hold out too long. That’s what’s really going on. More women just need to get the memo that a six is all they’re going to land, no prince charming. The career stuff is just smokescreen.

  3. Ground Control To My Big Dong says:

    Go take another selfie, Raymi.

  4. Pussy says:

    The same rant we’ve heard or read in every podcast, column, panel, interview, tv debate you’ve been in for the last two years.
    You’re preaching to the choir, dude. We agree but please Gavin, pleeeeeeeaaaase, try something different.
    We know most women would be happier in a stable marriage, just as we know kids are better off with two parents, just as we know half of women are pro-life, just as we know in vitro is expensive, just as we know the west is the best, just as we know southern kids ride dirtbikes and shoot guns, just as we know illegals do teenagers jobs, just as we know we ended slavery, and on andonandonandon.

  5. raymi says:

    Don’t worry I fucking WILL go take another selfie!

  6. Aldo says:

    Christ this used to be a great site, now it’s a tedious one man lecture on woman’s reproductive usefulness and capabilities, tell you what why doesn’t Gavin do an article right here on all his hero’s who haven’t done enough breeding in his worldly opinion and then see what happens?

    I wonder who he wants to tell that they ‘needed’ to have three? Same as him right ?

    There’s no way you would see that article.

  7. 14/88 says:

    You’re going to have to start handing out Darwin Awards to these dumb cunts. I mean, what part of “survival of the fittest” don’t they understand?

  8. Ground Control To My Big Dong says:

    @Raymi Preferrably one with full frontal nudity.

  9. Dan of the Mole People says:

    @Raymi All you need is to do stop your blog and shack up with a nice white man who will magically allow you to give birth to multiple non-special needs children!

    Make sure he’s a true genetic WASP, though.

  10. raymi says:

    ya we’ll see

  11. Pretty lame, Gavin. Maybe rehearse once.

  12. Greg says:

    Very true assessment and you mention how expensive adoption is: we had three kids the old fashion way and they played hockey up thru Midget AA and D 3 college in Michigan- the cost of adoption ain’t nothing compared to travel hockey. :)

  13. Warren S. says:

    Awhile back, I remember reading an essay about a bunch of women who had, basically, run their husbands off as lifestyle choice. It was almost universally reviled in the comments section underneath it. Here is one of the comments I copied and saved (I’ll have to attribute it to “author unknown”):

    “True story here; the female executive in my company the best fits the depiction of these gals is 45, never married with no romantic life although plenty of friends, including several male friends. She’s financially secure, unattached and able to do with her ample free time and means whatever she wishes. Sounds like the inevitable evolution of womanhood according to this story right? The fully enlightened woman – no need for any male attachments (they’d only screw up anyway.) Problem is she appears to be progressing ever closer to psychosis. Over the years her sensitivity to even the most insignificant perceived offense has gone absolutely haywire. On any given week you’ll see her erupt into a fit of rage at a coworker over nothing as well as weep publicly in meetings in a way that I can only describe as abject defeat and rejection. Honestly, I’m not sure how long it is before she gets the axe. She’s still capable at her job but her personality has become a corrosive element in the workplace.

    The point I would make to the author and her girlfriends is, the life of this coworker is the road you’re traveling. I don’t advocate a return to the 1950’s stereotype (if that ever actually existed – I’m not convinced it’s not a just media fiction.) Rather, I suggest that the missing element for these gals is that their relationships, and probably entire lives, appear not to posses a single drop of spiritual content. I’m aware that term is nebulous to the point of having no meaning and I haven’t the time or space to expand in this comment. That said each of these women (as well as my co-worker) have fallen into a trap of dead end, cerebral living. You gals THINK, you can THINK your way through relationships – and all of life for that matter. It’s based on the false hope that you can control – EVERYTHING. You will discover, hopefully sooner than later, that you can’t. The word that you need to get really comfortable with is “surrender.” What or who you want to surrender to is your choice. All I’m saying is, choose well and get on with it.”

  14. Heatherlynn says:

    90% of women would be happier in the home; they just don’t know any better because they haven’t had the opportunity to see this video.
    Oh, man. I’ve made so many mistakes…


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