Do Women Need More Government to Protect Them?

Written by Kenn Daily on December 18, 2017

ESPN a pit of sexism, hostility toward women: report
“Culture of hostility,” Fox News reported.

What exactly does that entail?

Here’s my mansplanation:

For the record: I’ve worked numerous secular jobs. I’ve experienced abject hostility from over-the-top obnoxious women — from supervisors to hourly workers.

Is that what they are referring to when they say, “culture of hostility”?

Thirty years ago I found a job at a Subway sandwich shop to make ends meet. The manager was a female Tasmanian Devil whose management style was “abuse and scream”. So I quit and fired off a letter to the owner. A female co-worker verified the complaint and the devil’s employment was terminated.

Is that a culture of hostility?

In fact, most women I’ve worked with and worked for were sailor-blushing, foul-mouthed a-holes.

It’s a culture of hostility.

And it’s not confined to the workplace.

During my fourteen years in the ministry (twelve as a pastor), I was exposed to the most diabolical, vitriol-fueled females this side of Hades; not to mention the scowling, tongue-wagging neighborhood Nazi.

So, concerning this “culture of hostility”…

I conclude that few women are the sugar-and-spice snowflakes that command strong authoritarian government regulations to protect them from man-spreading, mansplaining co-workers.

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Kenn Daily
Kenn Gividen (aka, Kenn Daily) is the publisher of Now 64 years old, Kenn formed his conservative views at the age of 14 and was an early member of Young Americans for Freedom. He is a vociferous anti-racist but sets himself apart from most conservatives by refusing to be bullied into silence regarding racial issues. Violent black crime is a signature issue of his website. Kenn is a semi-retired business owner. He lives in Indiana with his wife of 40 years. He has two grown children -- a daughter and son -- four grandchildren, and two granddogs.