December 05, 2017

Why Mike Pence Is Better for Women Than Fake Feminists

Rebel Staff

The left has continued to paint Vice President Mike Pence as a sexist man who poses a danger to women. In his latest video, however, Ezra Levant explains that Pence isn't bad for women at all and that it's actually progressives who are a greater danger to women. 

The mainstream media mock Pence for his dealings with women. One of Pence's rules is that he will not have dinner with a woman alone unless his wife is present, which the media has spun in a sexist light. As Levant points out, however, this rule means that Pence's female associates never need to worry about being groped or otherwise sexually harassed by him, which is huge in todays climate of sexual misconduct. 

The media outlet Vice has even claimed that Pence is bad for women, which is ironic considering that Vice actually makes their female employees sign a contract agreeing to comply with the outlet's non-traditional, often sexually-charged workplace environment. If that's not bad for women, we're not sure what is. 

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commented 2017-12-07 16:07:55 -0500
Oh, and the faux feminists are absolutely militant about “women” with penises being admitted into battered women’s shelters and making women with vagina’s be their room mate; or abused women must sit through counselling sessions with “women” who have five o’clock shadow. When these marginalized women object and explain they don’t feel safe…they are shown the door so the man at the shelter can be comfortable. Stupid, stupid, stupid policies that disregard women, shelters are run by women.
commented 2017-12-07 15:51:52 -0500
Sorry leftie, the underlying principles of feminism have been thrown under the bus by militant third wave feminists who are hypocrites. Don’t believe me, go and look in the mirror!
commented 2017-12-07 12:07:00 -0500
Your attack on the label is a straw man that in now way addresses the fact that the underlying principles of feminism still ring true. I also find the muslim derangement syndrome tiresome. Not everything has to be about Muslims.

Milo is stirring the pot, like Jordan Peterson, he realized long ago that there’s money to be made riling up the alt-right crowd, despite the fact he clearly doesnt’ actually believe in what he’s saying.
commented 2017-12-06 11:25:40 -0500
Andrew, many women will not use the term feminist to describe themselves; for very obvious reasons. Feminism now represents a movement of people who ignore the subjugation of women; FGM, honour killings; ideological sanctioned domestic violence; marital rape; child brides; killing gay people; and making the woman responsible for shrouding herself – it’s the duty for her to curb a muslim’s man lust, the family honour is at stake and also sends the message uncovered women are fair game.

So, when Milo Yiannopoulos described feminism as a cancer, he made a very honest observation.
commented 2017-12-06 09:12:20 -0500
By definition, the fact that Pence deals with male and female colleagues differently, is sexist.

It’s frankly, not a solution to the sexual predator problem. It is defeatist and suggests that we should take it for granted that men are predators, that women are objects of sexual temptation, and that the only solution to this is somehow to put a barrier between them – it’s a tacit acceptance of the underlying attitudes as biologically ingrained. This is not a solution, it’s not fair to women for whom they now face added barriers based solely on gender based objectification, it’s not fair to men, the vast majority of whom are able to function alongside women without turning into lusty beasts and who, in Pence’s model, have to deal with the horrible implication that they’re barely controlled creeps held back only by needing to be constantly supervised.

The solution is for men and women to treat each other as human beings, functionally equal. Despite the way the Right now views the term “feminism” as a trigger word, this is what it is.
commented 2017-12-05 21:10:41 -0500
I wonder how many women were insulted by some words of Churchill but were damn glad he was in charge when he was?
commented 2017-12-05 21:09:18 -0500
Frank Hohimer so what? And she is talking about what he said, not about the man in general. How does that counter the article in any way? Left wing feminist wimps are not good for women. STRONG men do not rape or mistreat women WEAK INSECURE men do.
commented 2017-12-05 15:39:01 -0500
Frank, to be clear those quotations belong to the aide not Karen. Although I’m sure she was disgusted at Trump’s assessment of the willing groupies and synchophants, and what they would allow. It bothered me too.
commented 2017-12-05 14:39:21 -0500
A former Trump campaign aide said Vice President Pence’s wife, Karen Pence, finds President Trump “totally vile.”

Mike and Karen Pence were taken aback when the 2005 “Access Hollywood” tape, in which Trump is heard making lewd comments about women, leaked last year, The Atlantic reported.

A former campaign aide told the publication that Karen Pence was “disgusted.”

“She finds him reprehensible—just totally vile," the former campaign aide added.

http://thehill.com/homenews/administration/363254-ex-campaign-aide-pences-wife-finds-trump-totally-vile