May 08, 2017

CNN: Making feminism even worse

Rebel Staff

You think feminism is dead ‘n’ gone but, nope, CNN and YouTube are bringing it back from the dead. They’re back with a new video all about getting women into the tech industry.

None of the people in the video are working class, nor are they politically diverse (no conservatives or libertarians). It’s pretty safe to say they’re all liberal and they’re all upper-middle class or upper-class.

The technology industry isn't pushing away women and it doesn't have a bad wrap with them. Women are just not as interested in tech and there’s nothing wrong with that.

If women aren’t being prevented from entering into college, applying to tech companies, and obtaining jobs then I fail to see what the issue is here.  It’s choice. I thought you feminists were all about supporting choice. And, if they’re choosing not to go into tech, that’s their decision. 

So, the main purpose of this talk hosted by CNN (The Fake News Network) was to try to get women into higher positions of power when, in reality, a lot of women don’t want that. A lot of women instead go to work in professions that are more interpersonal or they become mothers.

Basically, CNN and YouTube are trying to get more women into higher incomes, even though many people in higher paying job (lawyers, doctors, CEO's) work 80 hours a week. They sometimes work in stressful highly competitive environments. If you don't need that much money to live, then why is climbing the corporate ladder your ultimate goal?

Personally, I think more people should value the things in life that intrinsically matter like having a family and working towards having a stable loving home instead of obtaining higher income.

But that’s just my opinion.

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commented 2017-05-09 12:24:46 -0400
You must have a set of balls on you Jay, to stand up in public and say some of the things you said about the fairer sex and her ugly sisters…whether they’re true or not! YeeHaw!
If I were you I’d stay alert out there, there are some cowardly retards on the left as well as those man-hater-feminists that like to go after the low hanging fruit…
commented 2017-05-09 03:51:13 -0400
Hearing that drivel made me want to vomit.
commented 2017-05-09 00:22:17 -0400
Have you been watching the news reports on the flooding ? Men and some women are in 4 feet of water trying to fix or control the problem. A fire chief even drown after being swept away. The MSM wants an interview with the person in charge, and its usually a woman wearing a brand new hardhat and overalls that look like they have never been wet.
The pendulum can sure go to far sometimes.
commented 2017-05-08 22:39:02 -0400
Good job Jay.
The reality is, that most people, including women, do choose family over CEOship. I remember my own wife, when we were your age, making a conscious decision. She looked at her female boss, whom was married – to her job! No hubby, no kids, no pets, just paperwork at work and at home. She decided that wasn’t for her, as do millions of other women.
commented 2017-05-08 20:40:30 -0400
Great report Jay! Couldn’t agree more.
Canadian Mongrel, I was thinking the same thing… I also found she used “like” far too often.
commented 2017-05-08 18:28:50 -0400
Funny my mother is a woman, and she was offered training and education to learn how to program way back in 1980-1981, she took it and worked for Alberta treasury for many years as a programmer and then as a systems analyst 3 until she retired. No one stopped her because she was a woman. So sick of these phony victims.
commented 2017-05-08 18:17:47 -0400
I detest feminists and feminism!
commented 2017-05-08 18:04:51 -0400
Maybe if the interviewee does not want to be interrupted, she should stop drawing out that laaaaaast syllabllllllllle of her woorrrdsss. It has that quality of talking down to peopllllle and worthy of interrruuuuuuptionnnn.
commented 2017-05-08 17:55:03 -0400
I remember working for a corporation in the nineties where the push was on to promote women, no matter their qualifications, what a disaster that was. By the way, the best supervisor I ever had was a woman.
commented 2017-05-08 15:55:45 -0400
These Feminists want to take over any area that Men have pioneered…and then Demand an equal stake even though that they had nothing to contribute to it…because there is money to be made…and they are Entitled to be bounced up the ladder…even though they came late to the Party…

Except…of course…if the industry field involves Hard Labor…then they are perfectly fine letting Men do That Hard Lifting…The Mining/Oil Rigs/Sewer Work/Garbage Collection/Paving/Construction etc…

Oh…but wait…that doesn’t mean they aren’t Entitled to Upper Management, Board Room & CEO Positions…

Because…like…Sexism & Misogyny…like…

Nobody likes a Janie come lately…with her Vagina Entitlements…
commented 2017-05-08 15:49:10 -0400
Jay, I am a woman and what those new feminists are saying is an insult to many women. They degrade the image of strong women. When someone starts talking about sexism at large and micro-aggressions at work, to me, it’s to justify their mediocrity. In most highly specialized sectors, nobody wants to hear your complaints and has the time to wonder if cutting your speech will provoke a mental breakdown. Those feminists have obviously never worked in today’s competitive workplace and that’s just for the better. They should stay home in their safe space. That victimhood is intolerable.
And yes, women can work in whatever area they want, if they have the passion of what they do and the will to perform and meet the demands of the job.
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