Thursday, January 31, 2008

Male Democratic/Leftist Woman Hatred on Parade

Some Vermont Democratic Party male operative who was pissed off that I did not agree 100% with his assertions and theories about whatever decided to ridicule me by putting up this absurd photo on his blog to show that he's the man. It was entitled "Hi Carol!" (I saved the whole page to my hard drive before he deleted it, probably after complaints from outraged Hillary Clinton supporters.)

I guess I was supposed to run away crying and never opine again in the male world of power. Of course, any female - and most men - can guess what my real response to it was. (Hint, where's the rubber bands - or the anesthetic and the proper tools.)

If you want to see another example of left wing male hatred of women see my article "Internet Hatred of Women." Grow up, boys, Women are here to stay and flashing your balls at us isn't going to drive us away.
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Update 2011:
Despite their unconvincing denials, the two most likely suspects for being the sexist anonymous blogger "Thomas Rowley" of "VermontSecession" (an anti-secession blog heavily given to innuendo, guilt by association, exaggerated accusations and flat out libel) are J.D. Ryan, a nasty male blogger whose writing style greatly resembles the referring blog, and/or his buddy John Odum of Green Mountain Daily, who has worked for Bernie Sanders and written for the Huffington Post and whose wife is a Commissioner for the Vermont Commission on Women. Ryan says he doesn't have to blog anonymously to protect his job; but of course his buddy Odum does, whatever his current employment may be. (He even quit blogging for a time to protect his then-job when he was initially linked with Rowley.) Rank woman hating sexism like the Rowley-created "NotCarolMoore" blog could get you fired from a liberal democratic political employer in Vermont. And it sure wouldn't help your wife's feminist reputation. Graphic below from Vermont Commons blog entry. The least one can say is that Odum and Ryan have no problem with being associated with - or even mistaken for - a woman hater like "Thomas Rowley."

1 comment:

Harold said...

For what it's worth, I thought it was pretty tasteless, and I'm a male, and certainly not from the Religious Right...