Guest Post: Warty Nikki Gemmell, the Wonder Woman (not!)

An Australian author called Nikki Gemmell wrote an article in The Weekend Australian, entitled ‘Wow, what a gal’, with the subscript ‘right now, it feels as if we need another Wonder Woman’. Going by the outraged male responses anyone might see at a glance that it pursued some of the typical feminist themes that keep on keeping our country divided, along with most other Western nations as well.

Just a little background on a woman who publishes a rather provocative article in a supposedly centre-right publication. Well, she worked for the ABC radio, and as a producer for BBC World Service, both rather cosy rats’ nests for left of lunacy radicals, dedicated to dragging any sense of Western self respect through the mud. Oh, and where being a stanch feminist is a prerequisite should anyone be foolish enough to want to work in either institution.

But dear Nikki was also an author of The Bride Stripped Bare, which became a best seller. She described the writing of this novel as ‘liberating’ , as it delves into the relationship a married woman has with some bloke she meets in a ‘library group’. I do a great disservice to blokes, by calling this sensitive fellow a bloke, because what bloke in his right mind would join a library group? I mean, I write a lot, but join a library group with wall-to-wall women nattering about the novels they’ve read? Spare me.

So, Nikki Gemmell, a married woman herself with four children, writes a sexually explicit novel about a married woman in an adulterous relationship, getting up to things she is incapable of performing with her own husband, and the author calls this liberating? I wonder how she explained it to her own husband, if he’s still around?

Indeed, the article itself: I’d almost forgotten it. Well, here Nikki sets out portraying women as victims. Yeah, the same old hackneyed theme.  As you may well remember, Feminism arose on a wave of victimhood in the late 1960s, ramshackly coupled on the back of the civil rights movement: women, the new blacks, yet middle class, white and unapologetically spoilt. Of course they want to dress up Superman in drag, or create a fanciful warrior Sheba capable of destroying anything in her path. Can one even begin to count the number of women who want to be clad in lurid warrior corsets, demonstrating the sort of athleticism beyond most men. I wonder what it does to them when they become sufficiently mature to realise that they’re dreamin’.

I’m going back a long time, but once women started wearing pants, it didn’t take them long to want to convert the physical (the actual pants) to the metaphorical (ruling the roost) never mind the fact they were part of a neo Marxist force aimed at destroying the family, undermining gender harmony and utterly confusing the youth.

All the attributes of the ‘superwoman’ are male (apart from the need to look ferociously ravishing) whilst the male of the species, the actual male, turns increasingly androgynous. Just look at the high proportion of male models, with their high cheek-bones and pouty appearance and line them up against the angry, aggressive female equivalent and hey, we have a confluence, we have confusion of identity, and we have the identifiable origins of the whole LGBTI movement: confusion in rainbow glitter lettering.

Now Nicki Gemmell wants to ramp up the gender wars a few more notches. Can you believe it? I thought we had enough to worry about with creeping Islamisation, without having to worry about our ‘other halves’ weakening our resolve to deal with a growing crisis.

If you want actual details of the article itself, then you’ll have to buy the Weekend Australian yourself: I haven’t the stomach to elaborate any further.

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56 Responses to Guest Post: Warty Nikki Gemmell, the Wonder Woman (not!)

  1. Chris

    I saw the teaser at the Oz website but couldn’t be arsed. Did you read it? I won’t.

  2. Muddy

    Their is no endpoint or goal to be reached here. The destruction of masculinity is merely a means of achieving power by manufacturing a ‘problem’ and then posing as the bringer of a solution to the same, which of course is never achieved, because to do so would be to do oneself out of a job, and all that comes with that (authority, money, public attention etc). To a certain extent, it is we, the voluntarily-emasculated, who are responsible for not having sufficiently challenged this and other non-issues.

  3. Muddy

    Cripes, having read that to myself out loud, I sound like just the kind of leech I was writing about. Where’s my fecking grant money?

  4. Tel

    http://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/origin-story-wonder-woman-180952710/?all

    Wonder Woman was really about bondage… and the guy who wrote the story lived both with his wife and also with a much younger lady who had been his student (they gave him two children each).

    Probably the sort of guy who felt pretty empowered, I would guess.

  5. a happy little debunker

    Have luuved women in warrior bustiers since Louise Jameson crop topped into a leather one in 1977.

  6. Have luuved women in warrior bustiers since Louise Jameson crop topped into a leather one in 1977.

    Wonder Woman getting defeated and suffering a fate worse than death is one of the leading memes in both anime and cosplay porn on the internet at the moment. Very popular with both sexes.

    Or so a friend told me.

  7. Wal of Ipswich

    If you want to really punish yourself check Phillip Adams in the same issue. Ronald Reagan invented AIDS apparently & Phil was the the sole upright voice. Something like that.

  8. a happy little debunker

    Louise, in her signature role, would gut your friend like a pig – for that type of comment & then gut Wonder Women, just for fun, afterwards.

  9. Warty

    I’d never come across the term ‘fright bat’, so H B Bear’s mention of it intrigued me. I clicked on his hyperlink and my experience of ‘fright’ put it all in context.

  10. Mick Gold Coast QLD

    From Guest Author, 6th paragraph:

    “… but once women started wearing pants, it didn’t take them long to want to convert the physical (the actual pants) to the metaphorical (ruling the roost) …”

    which exposed them as being – well – universally quite remarkable performers in the top jobs in politics and the bureaucracy. Piggy Kirner and Lawrence the Liar were the first of the incompetents here, near thirty years ago, the first in a long line of waddling, stupid cows extending all the way through to inmate Comrade Obeid’s girlie in NSW, Keneally, the slag from Altona and Porker Nixon as head clerk of police in Victoria.

    In the open Forum Baldrick, on June 17, 2017 at 9:01 am, reports the farce of sheilas taking on blokes’ jobs continues unabated in the once civilised Europe, with their warped notions of what is important.

    “Will the London wymmymses Fire Chief come out like the London wymmymses Police Chief Cressida Dick and say the nationalities of the Grenfell victims tell a proud story of London’s unique makeup?

    “It’s desperately sad and poignant but among those who died is someone who’s British, there are French, Australian, Canadian, Spanish,” Cressida Dick told The Associated Press in an interview Saturday.”

    I’m surprised she didn’t remark on the tragedy of females also being among the victims. Being led to the surrender table by dopey wymminses (and by males who wish they were, like ASIO head Duncan Lewis) – simply marvelous!

  11. Perfidious Albino

    I believe she may have started out on JJJ, back in the day

  12. stackja

    The Australian has two Nik in a Not.

  13. stackja

    Wal of Ipswich
    #2415317, posted on June 17, 2017 at 4:23 pm

    Adams didn’t read Solzhenitsyn, after all
    Andrew Bolt, Herald Sun
    August 12, 2008 6:14am

    Phillip Adams, young Communist and older apologist, claims Alexander Solzhenitzyn influenced him profoundly – but proves the opposite:

    There were, therefore, mixed feelings about the sainted Solzhenitsyn when he published his first accounts of the gulag under the patronage of Khrushchev during a brief Moscow spring. But as the terrible stories were revealed in book after book, with Solzhenitsyn winning the Nobel Prize and the second prize of exile in the US, no one had any excuse to romanticise Stalinism.

    See the evasion at the end? It’s the one perpetrated by so many Communists and their sympathisers – to argue that Stalin somehow corrupted communism or betrayed the legacy of Lenin. Hence Adams is against “Stalinism”. In fact, Solzhenitsyn in The Gulag Archipelago warned exactly against this kind of excuse-making. Again and again he demonstrated that Stalin simply continued the horrors Lenin unleashed, and which were embedded in communist totalitarianism. Solzhenitsyn did not warn against “Stalinism” but communism. How typical of Adams to refuse to do likewise.

  14. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    I think she may still be married. She mentions him occasionally. I’ve read a few of her columns but not her ‘tell all’ book. Poor man, from the sound of that book he’s been publically shafted. What a load of garbage she writes in general, and in this above column in particular. Women in the Western world are doing very well, better overall than many (or most?) men if you chose the revealing indices, and carrying far, far more ‘white middle class privilege’ if they belong to the Gemmell femi-crowd than is ever experienced by white working class men or women.

    Wonder Woman is a ridiculous fantasy creating a false consciousness that women can do without in this complex world. St. Paul’s College is a fine traditionalist institution. The sons of white middle class over-entitled and uncomprehendingly ‘feminist’ witterers like Gemmell are often sent to St. Pauls by their despairing fathers to meet the real world of men. In my experience of some of them, these sons are usually thankful for that in the long run.

    She has had four children and a deal of privilege and so have I, but it has sent us in quite opposite directions. I dumped frightbat feminism when I had children (had some doubts even before that) and came up against the stark reality of rearing children in a way that was fair to both men and women. Gemmell clearly hasn’t got there yet. I am embarrassed for her.

  15. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Beare

    Warty
    #2415320, posted on June 17, 2017 at 4:26 pm
    I’d never come across the term ‘fright bat’

    Dear me, Warty, you haven’t lived till now.
    Tim Blair invented the term and it goes from strength to strength.

  16. miltonf

    Pretty good reason not to buy the Australian- why pay to be lectured and insulted?

  17. herodotus

    Feminism has been revealed, warts and all, to be just another part of the long march. Real women don’t want that.

  18. Rayvic

    Can’t justify the time to read Nikki’s feminist ravings.

  19. H B Bear

    I’d never come across the term ‘fright bat’, so H B Bear’s mention of it intrigued me.

    It’s a Tim Blair special.

    Phatty Adams did seem to be right off his meds today. The very worst of the ALPBC’s millionaire socialists.

  20. JohnL

    Phillip Adams, young Communist and older apologist, claims Alexander Solzhenitzyn influenced him profoundly – but proves the opposite:

    Phillip Adams is an idiot as is the rest of ABC.
    To paraphrase Mark Twain:
    God invented idiot, that was just for practice, then he invented ABC.

  21. Perfidious Albino

    Hubby was a journo then PR flack for Tony Blair. After returning from London he got a gig heading up external Comms for the NBN. So overall, one of those privileged media-politico couples beloved at the ABC.

  22. a reader

    the crazy thing about this current variation of feminism is that if it was properly followed through long term there would be nobody left alive…what men are going to breed with that?

    Honestly a feisty, athletic woman is for me the ideal. But the true feisty ones also have a common sense you will never find in feminists. A woman who can stand up for herself is hot. A woman who abuses is not.

  23. Rabz

    As I’ve observed before, feminayzeeism was only ever about gifting white middle class boomer women unearned privilege, usually through undeserved taxpayer funded sinecures.

    clam ford, ruby hamas, van porker, et al are too stupid to even be able to achieve that.

    Western women live wonderful, comfortable lives on the backs of centuries of male toiling. Otherwise, they’d still be living in caves, but with nice curtains.

    They are a disgrace.

    They will also be rediscovering their rightful place in this world following the next big global conflagration.

    Either the moozleys win or western men do. Whatever the result, there’ll be no more talk about wymminses “rights”. They’ll be barefoot, pregnant and back in the bloody kitchen, where they rightfully belong.

    Enough.

  24. Token

    Gemmell & Dill Adams have been the house trolls for Newscorp for so long no one remembers.

    Seriously, who ever reads their dollops of targeted trouble making?

  25. Token

    As I’ve observed before, feminayzeeism was only ever about gifting white middle class boomer women unearned privilege, usually through undeserved taxpayer funded sinecures.

    Social problems like the chronic desperate poverty in aboriginal communities could be addressed if we were allowed to divert the squandered billions of taxpayer largesse from those types.

  26. anonandon

    Dated a feminist once. It was not fun.

  27. jupes

    All the attributes of the ‘superwoman’ are male (apart from the need to look ferociously ravishing) whilst the male of the species, the actual male, turns increasingly androgynous.

    Note that according to not only the former Australian of the Year David Morrison, but all recent ADF chiefs, women are the equal of men and able to perform ALL combat roles.

    This despite the fact that women cannot compete with men in sport. Of course this inconvenient fact is downplayed and we are encouraged to admire the skills of women playing men’s sport (against other women) even though the skill level is probably no better than young teenage boys.

    Emasculation of men is the end goal for the lefty fuckwits currently running our nation and they are well on the way to achieving it. Not for this little black duck of course, but the trend is remorselessly in one direction.

  28. Des Deskperson

    “I believe she may have started out on JJJ, back in the day”

    Where she came across as a gushing, giggling ditz.

  29. Dave in Marybrook

    Had a speed read…… yep it’s dribble. Stream-of-consciousness logorrhea in pinko girly pink.
    A smarmy bit at the end reflects that Wonder Woman “has to swap into the female fashions of 1918… in their tight and itchy ridiculousness. Why do woman (sic) of the human world have to be so diminished by what they ewar? No male director would get it quite so deliciously.
    Now I haven’t seen more than a preview, but I know it’s set in Great War, and just about everyone would be wearing itchy wool, impractical brass buttons and buckles and leather. The military brass even more so, more insignia and pomp and less need for active movement. “No male director…” just shows how shallow gender arrogance can make a young girl.
    Funnily enough, it reminds me of an old employer who was a Gordon Highlander, Scottish paratrooper essentially. They were kitted out in wool and leather (dress uniform included a badger’s head sporran, but that’s another story) and were well aware that the Yanks had Gore-Tex, kevlar and zippers. They took simple confidence that they could repair their own gear, be warm when wringing wet… and have a bit of all-natural padding in a grenade blast or close-quarters knife fight.

  30. Oh come on

    Nikki Gemmell – wasn’t she a newsreader for JJJ maybe 20 years ago? Name sounds very familiar.

  31. Oh come on

    Yes, I’m pretty sure she was a JJJ newsreader. IIRC (and I may certainly not be), she quite commonly used to attempt to banter josh about with the hosts after she was done reading the news, and this would invariably fall flat. The word I associate with her is awkward.

    In fact – and again I may be wrong about this! – but this name is ringing a very big bell for me. I’m pretty sure that when she was on duty, she used to ostentatiously open the hourly 5 minute news bulletin on JJJ with a laboured “gidday*, I’m Nikki Gemmel” – as opposed to the standard ‘good morning/afternoon/evening/hello/you’re listening to.this is…for… etc.

    I’m pretty sure it was her who thought her pseudo-ocker crap would be appropriate for a news bulletin. Anti-gravitas personified.

    * stolen from the Frontline episode that demonstrated protagonist Mike Moore’s inability to say ‘gday’, in spite of the persistent attempts at voice coaching by the show’s sleazy producer.

  32. miltonf

    I’m pretty sure it was her who thought her pseudo-ocker crap would be appropriate for a news bulletin. Anti-gravitas personified.

    Like Angela Catterns see ya

  33. Sparkx

    Life is too short to read the dribble penned by the likes of Dikki Gimble. Looked at the first para – that was more than enough and I think I have only ever read one article by her stable mate Adams. That put me off for life.

  34. Haidee

    Being a book snob, I didn’t read her bestseller. One time I saw her slouching on a couch, acting
    bubbly-yet-coy. Sort of creepy.

    “Can you believe it?” asks the Guest Author.
    Yes, I can.

  35. Ellen of Tasmania

    “Why is the traditional family so important and what forces have ultimately led to it’s breakdown in modern society? Roaming Millennial joins Stefan Molyneux to discuss the importance of family values, getting married, having children and the damage third wave feminism and popular culture have done to traditional family values.”

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oc4wzPc2aqk

    Thankfully, some young women are waking up.

  36. Des Deskperson

    Oh Come on, you have nailed Gemmell at JJJ

    She always seemed to me to be something of a figure os fun, the silly work experience kiddie trying to mix it with the grown ups.

    As for Squatter Adams, he seems to have had some sort of inverted epiphany lately, lapsed back into a real old folk-Marxist drongo c.1970. What puzzles me is the letter writers to the magazine who continue to praise him for his ‘insights’.

    The Oz weekend magazine is still, however, better than its Fairfax rival, with its biased, sentimental ‘progressivism’, it’s like several episodes of ‘Australian Story’ strung together.

  37. yon toad

    I read it. It’s complete tosh. Nikki is unhinged. Has she never heard of Albrechtsen, Panahi, Sloane, Overington, Collier and God forbid, Savva?

  38. OldOzzie

    Any male who thinks that women don’t rule the world, is obviously not married and does not have daughters.

  39. Rabz

    The Oz weekend magazine is still, however, better than its Fairfax rival

    The distinction is marginal, Deskie, as far as I’m concerned. The Oz’s version is increasingly reminding me of the Fauxfacts one, laden with earnest, turgid and utterly unreadable collectivist drivel. Consequently, I never bother.

  40. OldOzzie

    Rather Than Judging Fathers’ Household Labor, Let’s Appreciate It

    Don’t Bash Traditionally Male Household Labor, Either

    But long live traditionally male household labor, too. Maybe part of the reason I grew up in a house without the so-called gendered division of labor is because my father was not a handyman.

    My husband, by contrast, has been unbelievably handy. That’s despite his high-powered career as a national security expert on Capitol Hill, at the Pentagon, and in industry. When we married I was a career intelligence analyst. But once we had kids, I stayed home full-time and never returned to that career. I also did all of the housework. But I wouldn’t have had it any other way because my priority was to have him spend kids-awake time interacting with them (reading, playing, bathing, and diapering) rather than squandering any of that time on chores I was able to do myself.

    In any case, why would I have wanted my husband to do housework instead of big-ticket projects I wasn’t as able to do? For example, here’s a partial list of what my husband contributed to our sweat equity over the years:

    Built ceiling to floor bookshelf system across 80 square feet of wall
    Gutted the old kitchen in our first house
    Remodeled that kitchen, installing all cabinets, flooring, and appliances
    Did demolition work to prep for kitchen remodel in second house
    Installed seven ceiling fans
    Installed landscape timbers, terraced, planted shrubs
    Built and installed backyard fence and gate
    Jackhammered broken up patio and took concrete to landfill
    Jackhammered old driveway, and took concrete to landfill
    Tore out old walkway, poured cement, installed flagstone walkway
    Sanded and refinished about 1,000 square feet of oak flooring in the first house
    Sanded and refinished about 2,000 square feet of oak flooring in the second house
    Built a pergola and arbors in the backyard
    Planted several trees, grapevines, and other cultivars
    Installed ceiling insulation in attic
    Installed insulation in crawl space (nasty job)
    Over the course of 20 years painted about 20 rooms, at least two coats
    Installed five toilets
    Installed dozens of outlets and light fixtures
    Shopped with me for furniture, appliances, draperies
    Built custom sandbox for the kids, with built-in benches on the sides
    Installed a ceramic tile floor in the laundry room
    Installed two sinks and a granite countertop in the bathroom
    Installed four large medicine cabinets
    Replaced and hung 21 interior doors (which I sanded, stained, and finished)
    Built a work station across the back wall of a two-car garage
    Installed 12 replacement windows
    Installed three exterior doors
    That’s just what comes to mind at the moment. There was more. And this doesn’t include all of the roofing, building, painting, and maintenance work he did for our church. Nor does it include a steady stream of other household maintenance, like the following:

    Lawn and yard upkeep, mowing
    Rototilling soil for vegetable gardens
    Household repairs and troubleshooting
    After-storm clean-up of fallen branches with chainsaw
    Shoveling thousands of feet of snow over the years
    Raking about 2,000-plus bags of leaves over the years

    Politicized feminists don’t seem to understand that in my book any one of these projects is worth several months of housework. If you’re going to put a price tag on the work mothers do, you need to also put a price tag on these “traditionally masculine” contractor tasks as well. Being frugal and having the incentive to build equity involves teamwork and a willingness to shun scorekeeping, especially if you’re just starting out.

    One problem with the 50-50 division of household labor is that it overlooks the varying talents a father might bring to the marriage. My father’s gifts were different from my husband’s gifts. But they are all gifts.

    This fixation also lacks appreciation for human individuality. I suppose if I were ambitious about installing appliances and toilets, that’s what I’d do. If my husband preferred to focus on laundry and dusting, then we would not have built any sweat equity.

    But enough of the social engineering. It doesn’t help anyone.

    For example, here’s a partial list of what my husband contributed to our sweat equity over the years:

    Yep similar contributions, with a very thankful youngest daughter for the major extension that took 4 1/2 years

  41. Gilas

    a reader
    #2415437, posted on June 17, 2017 at 7:14 pm

    the crazy thing about this current variation of feminism is that if it was properly followed through long term there would be nobody left alive…what men are going to breed with that?”

    I wish you were right.
    Unfortunately, the unopposed physiological effects of steroidal androgens on the male brain provide the lens through which the vilest harridan becomes an appropriate, even desirable, life-time partner.

    I fell for this insidious deceit, producing two children and years of oppressive (as opposed to normal) child maintenance through the Stalinist Child Support Agency.

    Nothing short of school-age indoctrination of our male heirs will prevent this biological swindle from being the norm.

  42. Entropy

    The purpose of civilisation is to maximise benefits to women and children. If it was up to men we would be living in a khanate and dribbling on about what is best in life while skulling fermented yak milk, when we weren’t doing the odd spot recreational looting and pillaging.

  43. Gilas

    Entropy
    #2415764, posted on June 18, 2017 at 11:07 am

    The purpose of civilisation is to maximise benefits to women and children

    At the males’ expense????

    “If it was up to men we would be living in a khanate and dribbling on about what is best in life while skulling fermented yak milk, when we weren’t doing the odd spot recreational looting and pillaging.”

    Bullshit!!
    Making such a statement is an insult to the innumerable male scientists, engineers, planners, statesmen, artists and clerics who shaped Western Civilization.

  44. Rusty of Qld

    Simple we all become Muslims that will sort it out!

  45. Mother Lode

    Dear me, Warty, you haven’t lived till now.
    Tim Blair invented the term and it goes from strength to strength.

    Even better, the frightbat collective decided to respond to the quip in the right wing manner of embracing the term – thus wresting control of it from the people who coined it. (Does anyone think the word ‘deplorables’ now carries the negative connotations Hillary had intended? Now the term accuses her of elitism and contempt for middle America!)

    Perhaps they hoped it would catch the right wing wrong-footed – as it always did them.

    They had T-shirts made boasting of being a frightbat. Unfortunately for them, convinced that the sheer power of their indignity was enough, they didn’t check who made the shirts.

    American Apparel had a long history of what we would call tacky and tasteless (and frightbats would call patriarchal exploitation of women by reducing them to disposable sexual objects typical of maleness and rape culture which normalises such violence) products.

  46. RB

    I used to play park soccer after work At Syd Uni. Only one woman was a regular and she played for USyd women’s.
    She organised a pre-season game of us against her girls who had only one girl physical enough to play against men. She was not massive but more than a match for the girl playing Wonder Woman. She tried to push me off the ball and bounced off instead. I swear I never even braced my self for contact but got abused for playing rough.
    There is a huge difference between even an average male and an athletic woman when it comes to raw strength.

  47. RobK

    Wouldn’t the title read a bit easier if it started with:
    “Warty’s Guest Post:”

  48. Entropy

    Bullshit!!
    Making such a statement is an insult to the innumerable male scientists, engineers, planners, statesmen, artists and clerics who shaped Western Civilization.

    Betas all of them. Couldn’t get a woman through manly pursuits like conquest so they learned to try the bribery route instead.
    “Here, woman, don’t bat your eyes at mammoth hunter Brutus! He can’t build you this thermomix like I can!”

  49. Warty

    You’re quite right RobK.
    The same thing happened when I sent in my last article: the pseudonym was shoved up there with the title and then allowed to merge with it. Truth of the matter ‘Warty’ appeared at the end of the article. In short, I can’t explain it. Better luck next time perhaps.

  50. .

    I’m going back a long time, but once women started wearing pants, it didn’t take them long to want to convert the physical (the actual pants) to the metaphorical (ruling the roost) never mind the fact they were part of a neo Marxist force aimed at destroying the family, undermining gender harmony and utterly confusing the youth.

    The wicked and pernicious Carrie Nation did not wear pants.

  51. mh

    The Red Pill: Former Feminist Talks Metamorphosis, Awakens To Human Destiny

    Director Cassie Jaye discusses her documentary, “The Red Pill,” and how producing the film turned her from a staunch feminist to an awakened individual.

    This interview is with Alex Jones, and I haven’t heard it all yet. Just highlighting it.

  52. mh

    Further to my above post, if you watch the video from 24 mins:30 Australia gets a special mention for censorship of The Red Pill.

  53. NewChum

    Women like Gemmel are solipstic and ignorant. They enjoy their immense privilege, often funded by husbands and fathers. They live in safe countries protected by men,move and work in buildings made by men using technology invented by men. They shun the most important role in the world, being a cardigan and dedicated mother bringing up the next generation. I think Gemmel has children but plenty of her ilk doesn’t, or sees them as an accessory and nuisance to a good night out with the girls.

    I just had a good friend break the news to me that his wife and mother of his three kids wants out. Just not feeling it anymore. A dedicated and loving father who has worked like crazy to provide a comfortable home and overpriced education that the kids ‘have to have’. Now he’s expected to go and live ina studio apartment, work even harder so she can continue to latte and lunch the days away. Just being a good mum and supportive partner are not exciting enough.

    The most infuriating thing about brainless women play-acting at carreers is that they will insist on being treated equally in all things and being an equal. But give some unvarnished feedback or ask for extra effort and all of a sudden the ‘I’m just a girl’ card is pulled, sometimes with tears and pouting.

    But yeah, stop having babies and drive all the men out of the workplace and universities and governments. That will work out well. Genius move for the future. Feminism is a self defeating movment, because it kills it’s hosts genetic pool.

    Men, regain your position and stop cowering. The funniest thing is the feminazis actually respond to real men. That’s why trump drives them so nuts, half of them just can’t get him out of their head.

  54. gabrianga

    In order to bring just a hint of “equality” I suggest the ‘Weekend Australian “supply a airline sick bag for those foolish enough to read Gemmell’s self righteous weekly waffle.

  55. Token
    #2415455, posted on June 17, 2017 at 7:28 pm
    Gemmell & Dill Adams have been the house trolls for Newscorp for so long no one remembers.

    Seriously, who ever reads their dollops of targeted trouble making?

    It’s OK Token, that’s why Newscorp employes them – as tokens and trolls only. They don’t take up that much space in the Weekend Oz, and few people read their drivel anyhow. It makes them (Gemmel & Adams) feel good, reminds us that there really are idiots out there, but does no lasting harm. The responses in the letters page tell me that enough of those who do read their inane columns see through them anyhow.

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