Friday, May 26, 2017

Socialist Men Less Manly

Shocking!

Just shocking!

I feel bad for millennial girls.

Good thing gender is just a social construct.

6 comments:

Jim Scrummy said...

So true. I work with a bunch of youngins/millennials men, most have never seen the inside of a weight room or boxing gym. It's pathetic to look at some of these males and their physiques. I may be a neanderthal who does workouts 5 times a week, but at least I am a disciplined neanderthal who does the work trying to stay physically active.

Anonymous said...

On the flip side, socialist women tend to be more manly, bitchy, fat, angry and unkempt. If one is a conservative dater, make sure your date is at the bare minimum a moderate.

David Reynolds said...

A woman dating a hipster socialist man is the closest a straight woman will ever get to lesbianism without actually going girl-on-girl.

liberranter said...

I feel bad for millennial girls.

Good grief, why? They're getting the world they claim to want (and, by their actions, the one they most certainly deserve). Besides, they're not at all "womanly" themselves. The term "lady," as traditionally defined, will never apply to the obese, tattooed, pierced, foul-mouthed, slovenely, attitudinous, entitled she-beasts that are the majority of millennial estrogen bags. They deserve the effeminate castrati that they were raised with.

As a friend recently observed: "good thing that lesbianism is gaining in popularity among millennial females, because no man worthy of the title will ever be attracted to any of them. If they want love, they're gonna have to get it from each other."

Anonymous said...

Manly men must be in high demand now, by wimpy men and millennial girls alike no doubt!

Anonymous said...

On the bright side, it sure is nice when much of my younger male dating market competition is a bunch of physically unfit dorks. It'll ensure the actual nice girls in their mid 20's will remain in play until I'm at least mid 30's.

So yeah, keep being "woke", liberal men. I'll continue going to work, then going to the gym.