June 10, 2016

“A man should NOT be a nurse” — and everything else wrong with HuffPo’s “Why Feminism Is Good For Men” video

Gavin McInnesArchive

You can tell the left is getting desperate. Huffington Post just put out a video called "Why Feminism Is Good For Men" and it's a trainwreck.


You can tell that the actors don't believe any of the lines they're forced to recite, about "stay at home dads" and what "studies" supposedly "show."

Once again, the left sets out to prove something and proves precisely the opposite.

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commented 2016-06-22 16:06:17 -0400
Gavin McInnes should run for Prime Minister. Betina Dunn, it is clearly obvious that you are triggered by the arguments Gavin is making because you regret either neglecting your children or letting your ovaries shrivel up without having any. Sad!
commented 2016-06-13 23:57:18 -0400
As a woman in business I find almost everything that this arsehole says about women to be incredibly offensive.

The next time I am in NYC and I see him again, I’ll be sure to tell him in person.

I’m no Trigglypuff.
commented 2016-06-13 23:47:06 -0400
How the hell did I trivialise divorce or abortion to the level of a haircut [sic] ?.
commented 2016-06-13 23:43:30 -0400
“I remember what it was like before feminism.. Women had to grow their hair long and tie it in a top knot pony tail …get down on all fours and stick their heads in a mop bucket ….and await further orders. Then suddenly out of the blue…the ones who had their cut in a manner suitable for their pre-feminist role as toilet brushes …staged a mutiny and went to law school.

Next thing you knew more and more men became willing to stay home and breast feed the infants while their potential domestic rape survivor went out to persue a career as a divorce lawyer."

Oh, you are a misogynist fuckwit.
commented 2016-06-13 23:39:45 -0400
@betina Dunn…any society that trivializes divorce and abortion to the level of a haircut is destined to be replaced by one that knew that was a bad idea….that is not social engineering theory…that is the simple aritmatic function called multiplication…and the simple physics function called displacement.
commented 2016-06-13 23:39:33 -0400
Why do so many of you simply HATE women?

It seems that even the women on here hate women, or any woman who stands up for themselves?
commented 2016-06-13 23:22:04 -0400
You are yesterday’s man, Mr. McInnes.

A washed-up, blue-faded-tattooed, has-been.

And no, you are no Gore Vidal, and never shall be.
commented 2016-06-12 15:55:07 -0400
Perhaps we could ask Milo Yiannopolus if he appreciates you speaking for the gay community….

I’ll be a fly on the wall…I won’t say a word.

My relationship to the gay community is between myself and individuals in my circle of acquaintence who are gay. Nobody asked you speak for them nor to invigilate this forum on their behalf. So you cannot invoke power with it. The thing about performance evaluations is that you just don’t get to write and sign off on your own.

The flies on the wall who watch and say nothing are the ones who deside.
commented 2016-06-12 12:37:55 -0400

There is nothing you could ever do to humiliate me. It’s laughable that you even said that, but please do your worst.
commented 2016-06-12 12:36:11 -0400

You don’t have to be gay to support gay people – you dumb fuck.

I realize that your head just exploded now, since you are clearly homophobic and can’t understand why someone who has married to a woman for 12 years – would want to gay people and gay rights.

You are a bigot – I am SURE of that.
commented 2016-06-12 11:52:18 -0400
I don’t know why the membership here engage with Mike Mann , he is just a liberal troll who has extreme hostility towards heterosexuals, maybe his father kicked him out of the house when he came out of the closet, something like that happened ,I’m sure of it.
commented 2016-06-12 09:19:31 -0400
Michael….the head in a mop bucket thing was sarcasm and satire denouncing the notion that women were as powerless as feminists would have you believe….were you around in that era?….no?…well I was and I never had the impression that women were powerless.

My first exposure to the ideas and issues of feminism was in 1963. Our French teacher assigned us an essay by Simone de Beauvoir (whom she had met at the Sorbonne) to translate.

I can remember gender segregated schools and playgrounds, two tiered minimum wage, all manner of absurd laws and regulations…etc…etc…etc….all of which was remedied in a relatively short period of time…

I also remember the Jew in Germany style pogrom the feminazis waged against everything and anything male.

I do not begrudge the success of women….certainly nowhere near as much as the feminazis begrudge my successes .

I do not begrudge Nazi Germans “bettering” themselves….the wake of needlessly destroyed lives in the quest of that betterment is another matter.

Michael….if you persist in in personally insulting me I am going to take great delight in humiliating you….just a little advice.

The day and age when feminism is considered just too noble a cause to be questioned criticised and mocked is in the past.

The destruction of family…the trivializing of divorce and abortion….and the emascualtion of men…were all really bad ideas….as was the political appointment of lesbians with malignant penis envy to carry these policies out.
commented 2016-06-12 07:54:02 -0400
Feminism has it’s roots in trying to get women to smoke by Edward Bernays. When other entities saw the potential they too poisoned our women.
commented 2016-06-11 22:34:53 -0400

Hillary and Elizabeth don’t love any respect any men?

I guess you don’t believe in the saying – there’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help each other.

Even if you won’t support a liberal, – as the woman that you are – the idea of a woman President and Vice President SHOULD be inspiring to you.

Apparently you think women should only exist to serve or work for men. You probably support setting women back 50 to 100 years. Would you be fine with taking away women’s right to vote, since you don’t support women’s right to choose?
commented 2016-06-11 21:15:15 -0400
I remember what it was like before feminism.. Women had to grow their hair long and tie it in a top knot pony tail …get down on all fours and stick their heads in a mop bucket ….and await further orders. Then suddenly out of the blue…the ones who had their cut in a manner suitable for their pre-feminist role as toilet brushes …staged a mutiny and went to law school.

Next thing you knew more and more men became willing to stay home and breast feed the infants while their potential domestic rape survivor went out to persue a career as a divorce lawyer.
commented 2016-06-11 15:01:32 -0400
I must agree with Pat Mccaughey. Great insightful stuff there from Liza Ken and Matthew. I realize I am adding nothing here ;) but those comments were of such quality I thought it bore repeating.
That is all.
Gavin – Keep stirring up the shit brother!
commented 2016-06-11 14:29:08 -0400
liza, Ken, and Matthew, Excellent, very well thought out comments. Thank you for your contributions.
commented 2016-06-11 14:09:42 -0400
The truth is that the government originally allowed and incuraged feminism because it ment a larger tax base and more wage slaves to drive our debt based ponzi monetary system. It also ment that the state would have a greater ability to indoctrinate our children because mothers wouldn’t be at home to take care of their children during the day.

These changes alone were very destructive to the nuclear family but didn’t destroy it completely. In order to bring in an even more controlled and totalitarian society governments are encouraging even more extreme forms of feminism to destroy even more familys. Without a man to provide and protect the family the government will take that role. A stay at home dad in a way has already forfeited much of his duties and his wife will most certainly become resentful and this will lead to divorce in most cases.

The majority being dependent on the government for a myriad of services and subsidies will be unable to resist any form of tyranny and will become completely subservient.

I believe the push for basic income is along these same lines. Once you are dependent you can no longer resist your abuser.

A little parable that is a prefect reflection of what is happening today:

commented 2016-06-11 12:49:50 -0400
Interesting. Actually the first nurses were actually men NOT women. Men (Doctors) and Women were midwives but shortly after the War of 1812 men ( at that time referred to as ORDERLIES ) performed the role of “nurse” in the military. Each military surgeon had an Medical Orderly Officer. Even after the Crimean War and Florence Nightingale, Orderlies were the official form of nurse in the military. They make it seem like Nightingale invented nursing. She may have taken women and nursing to new level but men were medical caregivers before she was born. Once again however, the LEFT and their moronic socialistic (slash) feminist stupidity are constantly trying to drive a wedge between men and women to create conflict rather than appealing to men and women to work together as they were intended. While we NEED to define what is male and what is female, there are many interchangeable roles. However that said, someone has to perform those roles. For women to deny that they are women is part of the insanity of the world today and leads to all sorts of confusion and mental illness. I always found it interesting that early feminists and suffragettes equated equality by adopting ALL the bad habits that men had. Rather than stand on their virtues and defending what it is that makes women truly great ie. their genetic gift of childbirth and their special connection with their children and their moral compass, they immediately started to SMOKE, DRINK, SCREW AROUND get more involved with crime etc. etc. No one said you had to kill yourself with men’s bad habits to defend Woman’s rights. The main reason why all this social BS started in the first place was because people had more time on their hands and they had nothing to do. Most people leading all this revolutionary BS were rich people tired of the parlour scene. The world is different and we see women in all sorts of previously male dominated roles simply because things are much much easier. The world is also delusional about the threat posed to women. We have women spread throughout the military etc. mainly because we have NOT been in an actual WAR since Korea (Canada) Vietnam (US) and Falklands (British). What we have been doing since that time are not WARS people. A war is 2 or more forces of almost equal strength or capability (which sort of leaves out Vietnam) going at it tooth and nail. Driving over IED’s is NOT war. Dealing with backwards morons in the Islamic world with limited war policies is NOT war. Therefore woman have NEVER experienced a REAL war in the military. If, God forbid, we actually went to war with North Korea or China or Russia then we would be at WAR. In that case there will finally be massive amounts of woman soldiers, sailors and air women being slaughtered. Then you can see if it was worth it and justifiable for them to take over many of these roles. We live in a world that is trying as hard as it can to erase any indicator of what it is to be a man or a woman. This is why we have exploding populations of confused youth not knowing what the hell is going on. This leaves them open to a massive misinterpretation of their sexuality and their role in society. Men are now treated like idiots and little boys are being emasculated by school systems and their BS policies. But heck, all this was predicted a long time ago. Many of you will know what I mean.
commented 2016-06-11 12:30:23 -0400
liza Rosie great comment Liza at least there are some REAL MEN AND REAL WOMEN LEFT.
commented 2016-06-11 11:57:07 -0400
As usual Gavin boils over the top of the pot. That’s why we love him.
The fact is he’s right. We need men to be men. Our survival depends on it.
I understand that Hillary is considering Elizabeth Warren as her VP . Can you imagine the damage to relations between men and women and the entire country, that duo would produce. It makes my skin crawl to think of it.
Do you know why Margaret Thatcher was so successful at home and at her job? She loved, respected and depended on men. She didn’t try to emasculate them. Bottom line, real women want real men. We’re not stupid enough to think a wussy will make for a strong sex life, a strong family life, or a strong country.
commented 2016-06-11 02:46:56 -0400
Where were all the pedophiles Huff Post shills for? Shouldn’t they have been in this garbage propaganda piece? Men knitting lol FO
commented 2016-06-11 00:42:31 -0400
We don’t have to go far to find an example of a person that could’ve been a guy, but turn feminist. It’s all here at for Justin, now doesn’t everyone out there just want to be exactly like Justin, now let’s hear from all you Justin emulators, just think, a fine club could be started. An added benefit, CBC would have you as their lead story, you’d be famous, just like Suzuki..
commented 2016-06-10 20:00:32 -0400
This ad was paid for by Hillary. (With money from the Saudis)
commented 2016-06-10 18:45:54 -0400
I’m sending the link to every shrivelled up feminist shrew that I know.
Let the Outrage begin! Should do wonders for this guy’s ratings.
commented 2016-06-10 17:56:08 -0400
Gavin: Could not agree with you more. Unfortunately, have a son-in-law who has no profession, blue-collar or otherwise, and will be a “stay at home” dad (loser) when my daughter, a professional, gives birth. She would much prefer to be at home with her baby, but, economically, it is not feasible. Why did she marry such a ineffectual is what I ask myself repeatedly.
commented 2016-06-10 17:38:55 -0400
Well…as a guy, I can say I’ve never done any of those things. Guess I’m not a real man.