It’s becoming clear that The Atlantic is one of the leading troll organizations in American media, right behind the New York Times. Their “war between the sexes” articles seem to be explicitly designed to make men look like retarded children who are incapable of keeping up with today’s strong and independent woman. Here are some articles from just the past month:
- More Women in Foreign Policy Could Change the World
- The End of Violent, Simplistic, Macho Masculinity
- How Men Benefit From Having Female Mentors
- How America Is Still a Patriarchy
- Why Women Are Too Tall and Men Are Too Short
- Why Are Women Paid Less?
It doesn’t help that they have brought recognition to hack female writers such as Sandra Loh and Kay Hymowtiz. But they’ve recently outdone themselves with a nonsensical article by professional spinster Millie Kerr, who believes that single women shouldn’t have to wait until finding a man to experience a wedding…
Back in 2003, Sex and the City identified a cruel reality about single life: There’s no single-person’s equivalent of a wedding—a time when people travel from afar to bring you gifts and toast your life decisions.
Carrie Bradshaw said, “If you are single after graduation, there isn’t one occasion when people celebrate you” besides birthdays, which we all enjoy.
Despite a proliferation of single adults, little has changed since that episode aired nearly a decade ago: trips are not planned when we’re promoted at work, nor crystal glassware gifted when we buy our first homes. It seems that milestone celebrations are still reserved for couples and families.
It used to be the case that a woman would have to find a man in order to be a bride, but now that we’re in the middle of a dark period of humanity where unattractive spinster women believe they deserve to “have it all,” men are no longer needed. There will be no incentive to please a man to get a wedding proposal if the very idea of marriage is being destroyed and turned into a girl power exhibition of validation seeking. I wish Ms. Kerr the best of luck in her solo wedding…
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