This might explain something about Julie Bindel

I don’t want a world without men, but I would like them to behave better. Do we need men? They can be a monumental pain in the backside, but even I have to admit, they can be very entertaining.

Maybe it’s all because she’s only tried Tab A into slot B?

20 comments on “This might explain something about Julie Bindel

  1. I don’t want a world without men, but I would like them to behave better.

    This seems familiar …..

    PROFESSOR BINDEL:
    Why can’t a man be more like a woman?
    Women are so honest, so thoroughly square;
    Eternally noble, historically fair.
    Who, whether or not you win, will always give your back a pat.
    Why can’t a man be like that?

    Why does every one do what the others do?
    Can’t a man learn to use his head?
    Why do they do everything their fathers do?
    Why don’t they grow up, well, like their mother instead?

    Why can’t a man take after a woman?
    Women are so pleasant, so easy to please.
    Whenever you’re with them, you’re always at ease

    but even I have to admit, they can be very entertaining.

    She is weakening. She is becoming soft. Now is the time to strike while the iron is hot. We need someone to take one for the team. We need a brave chap to volunteer, to carry the burden, shoulder the load, suffer the slings and arrows, in order to bring Ms Bindel around to the Male Side.

    After all, all it took for Susan Falludi and Naomi Wolf to sympathise with men was two good men.

  2. “TERF is an acronym for Trans-Exclusionary Radical Feminist. Sometimes, “exclusionary” is expanded as “eliminationist” or “exterminationist” instead to more accurately convey the degree to which TERFs advocate for harm towards trans people, specifically trans people who were coercively assigned male at birth.”

    Wut?

  3. Men can also be very good at providing an internet connection and electronic equipment suitable for Ms Bindel to broadcast her sh*t.

  4. Re: Runcie

    Also also keep the sewers clear, a job where the feminists don’t seem overly keen to address the gender balance,,,

  5. JuliaM – “I believe the traditional rejoinder is ‘Not even with yours, old chap!’”

    The fibre of modern British men is clearly not what it used to be.

    You know in some parts of the world, men pay for that sort of service.

  6. Didn’t Bindel –back when she was thin–used to knock around with Tony Parsons?

    That is Tony Parsons the lapsed leftist –not Tony Parsons the elderly Advaita bloke.

  7. Although believing the world is an illusion would probably help if you were in a real-hate-shun-ship with Ms Bindal.

  8. even I have to admit, they can be very entertaining.

    Which is more than can be said for fat grumpy misandrist lezzers.

  9. Rob – “Which is more than can be said for fat grumpy misandrist lezzers.”

    Well that “grumpy” doesn’t belong there. Not unless you call a rabid wolverine with its leg trapped in a painful snare, which has been just out of reach of a stinking piece of meat for three days and hasn’t got laid since Brown was PM “grumpy”.

    But otherwise +1

  10. Remember what happened when Hitler asked, “do we need Jews?”.

    Feminists: complaining that men sometimes judge women in terms of utility and desiring compliance, while ruthlessly judging men in terms of utility and compliance.

  11. I’m not much for gratitude but thanks Theo.

    I thought those two were one in the same.

    I have never had a file on fat, hate-filled leftist lesers so I obviously have never updated it but “know your enemy” is a basic adage of combat I was clearly out of the loop there.

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