NRA spokes-shrew Dana Loesch says that feminists wouldn’t know what masculinity was if “it hit them in the face.”

By |2018-06-09T14:10:12+00:00June 9th, 2018|Categories: News|Tags: , , , |11 Comments

I am going to give Loesch the benefit of the doubt and suggest that she did not realize that she was using a double entendre there.

I actually do not think she is that clever.

Courtesy of Media Matters:

DANA LOESCH (HOST): I am so tired of this matriarchal witch hunt on young men. There is nothing toxic about masculinity, but there are plenty of toxic things about third-wave feminism and the matriarchy that’s attempting to assert authority and also be the ombudsman overall characteristics and definitions of that which are either masculine or feminine. As a boy mom, kind of had enough of this. Especially like women who just need to stay in your lane and don’t be telling men how their masculinity is toxic. No, the problem that we’re having with society is that there’s an attack on masculinity where toxic masculinity isn’t an issue in all of the homes where there are absent fathers. That’s a lack of, not toxic. See, we have an issue right now where men are underappreciated, dads are ridiculed either as the dumb dad on television, that awful stereotype that still persists, or they are told that, what, they’re oppressive, they are suppressive simply because they are males and in the United States of America. I’m so tired, as a woman, as a mother of boys, having to combat this garbage from women — many of which, many of whom don’t even have children, — and others who wouldn’t be able — they wouldn’t know what masculinity was if it hit them in the face. No. Honestly, stop it.

I have two responses to this. 

First while working with children lo these thirty plus years I have often advocated for young boys to be given the freedom to be boys. 

Boys like to run, jump and play typically more than little girls who are often perfectly content to play quieter sitting down games.

This is of course not universal, but if you work with children long enough you cannot miss the pattern.

However, having said that, there is a difference between being boys and being assholes. 

I have also worked in jobs where my co-workers were predominantly men, and if a woman had to witness how these men devolved when their numbers grew, and there were no females around, they would likely swear off men forever. 

Dana Loesch either does not understand that basic truism, or she is purposefully ignoring it because she is being paid to troll feminists. 

The truth is that without these feminists that Loesch so openly mocks she would be sitting at home caring for the children, doing her household chores, and subjugating herself to her man just like the Bible tells her to. 

These conservative women of today seem to think that their rights were just handed to them by reasonable men who were desperate to share power with them, but in fact, women protested, faced incarceration, and even died for the rights that they so casually take for granted.

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  1. Anonymous June 9, 2018 at 6:47 am

    And nothing makes a man more toxic than believing that his gun makes him all powerful.

  2. Dana, You're Needing From Your ..... June 9, 2018 at 7:01 am

    Masculinity and femininity are not limited to physical gender, but both are ineluctable aspects of all people in duality.
    Or if you’re saved (people who reject creation itself, in their quest for certainty), The Fall is about sin, subjugation, and salvation!

  3. anonymous June 9, 2018 at 7:05 am

    ““The base of the party is now a white working class base that wants to hear about Mexicans, Muslims and Chinese people,” he elaborated. “They want to hear about how the Mexicans are taking their jobs, how the Chinese people are taking their factories and how the Muslims are killing you. Trump says, ‘I’ll beat them all up, you’ll be great again.’””

  4. Anonymous June 9, 2018 at 8:10 am

    OT? Like her^?

    “Giuliani made a show of disgust, saying, “Stormy Daniels? Pfft. Look at her.” Off-camera, a woman’s voice can be heard reprimanding him: “You have to respect on this stage every woman.”

    “Yes, I respect porn stars. Don’t you respect porn stars? Or do you think porn stars desecrate women, do you think porn stars don’t respect women, and therefore sell their bodies? I respect all human beings. I even have to respect criminals, but I’m sorry I don’t respect a porn star the way I respect a career woman or a woman of substance,””They’re working moms supporting their children, they’re young adults paying their way through college, they’re entrepreneurs and small business owners. The job does not make them degenerates, or criminals, or less than human. It is the shame of the porn consumer and the morally repugnant cultural attitudes regarding woman’s sexual behavior that breeds such hatred.

    Giuliani’s comments are particularly hypocritical given that his client, Donald Trump, is not only a porn consumer but has actually appeared in three softcore porn videos.”

    ““Donald Trump’s biggest complaint was that he’s not allowed to watch porn in the White House.””

    • Patricia Olmstead June 9, 2018 at 7:23 pm

      Let us not forget that the FLOTUS has done soft porn for the cameras. It wasn’t very pretty as this was before her several plastic surgery episodes.
      I know this is rhetorical, but the right wing nuts, never see their hypocrisy.

  5. Anonymous June 9, 2018 at 8:33 am

    “I know the White House Correspondents’ Dinner thing has been beaten to death, but there is something poetic about how you and your mentor, Seth Meyers, were the two people who really managed to get under Trump’s skin at that event.
    I think it’s great. I also think it’s hilarious—and Seth pointed this out when I was on his show—that mine has more views than his. That’s always nice.”
    “You know Trump had to look that one up. It was probably like that scene in Analyze This with the mobster: “Get a dictionary and find out what this ‘feckless’ is. If that’s what she’s going to HIT us with, I want to know what it is.”
    “the way the words “feckless cunt” were removed from the context of the joke seemed to be problematic.” ” She’s fair game. And she is useless. So I think it’s very fair to point out that she’s doing a terrible job.”
    ““And that’s why you shouldn’t underestimate women: they’ll look like a pretty little girl and they’ll steal the children right out from under you.””
    “we’re over half the population. And our points of view are slightly different because we have different experiences in life, so that’s why it’s incredibly important to have people of different backgrounds hosting things because you’ll relate to those people differently.” ” The Atlantic recently called “Just Say It’s Racist,” about the media’s “ludicrous and expanding menu of complex euphemisms for describing racist behavior” under Trump. That also seems to apply to the word “lie,” with reporters doing these bizarre linguistic gymnastics instead of just calling a Trump lie for what it is.
    I don’t know if it’s just them being pussies and not wanting to use actual words”

  6. Anunymous June 9, 2018 at 9:52 am


    Absolutely perfect!

  7. Anonymous June 9, 2018 at 10:42 am

    Really, Dana? I’ll bet I know who wears the pants in your family and it sure as hell isn’t your husband.

  8. Anon June 9, 2018 at 12:58 pm

    Thank goodness not everyone thinks the same way as this asshole. I raised my son to view women as equals and as friends. Raised my daughter to believe she could “be” anything she wanted. My grandson is being raised the same way. Dana Loesch can kiss my feminists ass.

  9. Old Redneck June 9, 2018 at 5:21 pm

    She needs a boy friend.

  10. Anonymous June 9, 2018 at 8:45 pm

    Damn! She is an idiot.

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