(VID) Brittany & Nicole: Women Are Losing Their Femininity — "Feminism is essentially like 'we love women; we fight for women, but by the way, women, everything that you naturally are, just throw that out as if it was a basket of rotten apples, and go and usurp the male role (in general what comes naturally to them), and then you'll be special, then you'll be something to be admired and aspired to'" • "Feminists despise everything a truly masculine man is while wanting to become it"

“Feminism is essentially like ‘we love women; we fight for women, but by the way, women, everything that you naturally are, just throw that out as if it was a basket of rotten apples, and go and usurp the male role (at least in general what comes naturally to them), and then you’ll be special, then you’ll be something to be admired and aspired to.'”

– Brittany Pettibone, transcribed by Jeff Fenske

“In the process of doing this, these feminists despise everything a truly masculine man is while becoming it. … To me, it seems very hypocritical of  them to kind of pull this thing where ‘Oh, we hate everything that you are but we want to become it.’

– Nicole, transcribed by Jeff Fenske

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STUDY: Women leaving STEM [science, tech, engineering & math] due to depression, unhappiness

From: Campus Reform

STUDY: Women leaving STEM due to depression, unhappiness

Jul 26, 2018

A new study has discovered that depression, rather than sexism or discrimination, is driving women’s desire to leave STEM fields.

“In terms of reported work engagement, depression, perfectionistic discrepancy, and stigma consciousness were significant negative predictors, while having perfectionistic high standards positively predicted work engagement,” the abstract reports, adding that “for work engagement, lack of comparable pay was a nonsignificant predictor.”

The study led by Department of Veteran Affairs Researcher Erin Reilly, “The Relationship Among Stigma, Consciousness, Perfectionism, and Mental Health in Retaining Women in STEM,” was published in the newest issue of the Journal of Career Development.

[RELATED: Prof: Efforts to recruit women for STEM ‘may be backfiring’]

The work sought to shed light on the mass exodus of women from STEM. As Reilly and her team note, previous research has shown that 52 percent of women leave STEM mid-career to stay at home or to join other fields.

“[I]n the [United States] alone, approximately 3,000 PhD-trained women leaving science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) result in an economic loss of US$1.5 billion per year,” the researchers note. …

[RELATED: Prof finds ‘no evidence’ sexism is behind gender gap in STEM]

Though the researchers acknowledge that they could not clinically diagnose any interviewees with depression, respondents were asked whether they “felt nervous, felt so down nothing could cheer them up…[or] felt downhearted and blue” during the preceding month.

After analysing the data, researchers concluded that “women with higher levels of depression and perfectionistic discrepancy reported greater levels of intent to leave their current job,” adding that “depression was a consistent predictor of job outcome variables.” …

[RELATED: Feds dole out $3M+ to fight ‘microaggressions’ in STEM fields]

A recent study by Colorado School of Mines professor Greg Rulifson tracked 21 female students who started out as STEM majors in college, finding that one-third left STEM to major in fields that involve more “social responsibility.”

“Women in engineering are more motivated by helping others, and engineering education needs to provide more examples of engineering as a helping profession,” Rulifson recommended. …

[RELATED: Prof: Google memo was correct about gender differences]

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(VID) How Women Weaken Nations (and why men let them) — Men's and women's roles are completely equal in importance • 'Equality' has come to mean that women should want to be engineers or soldiers, and that men… • Women make very different choices to men, which befit their *natural* inclinations and talents • When women do try to enter STEM fields [science, tech, engineering & math], they get depressed and frustrated • Voting patterns are remarkably consistent: If only men voted, we would likely never have a social/democratic government ever again. If only women voted, goodbye nationalism • Men are more cautious, and given to protection, while women favor the more trusting and open approach • Allow the sexes to be themselves. Abandon the idea that men should be more feminine and that masculinity is toxic • This is quite literally a matter of our nation's life or death

I transcribed these important, politically incorrect words, starting at 7:10:

Men’s and women’s roles are completely equal in importance, and should be valued and respected as such. In our demented modern world, ‘equality’ has come to mean that women should want to be engineers or soldiers, and that men should want to stay at home and look after the kids or become nurses. But even when they choose to have careers, women make very different choices to men, which befit their natural inclinations and talents. The fact is that no matter how much social engineering the left tries, it can’t make engineers out of women in any significant number.

When women do try to enter STEM fields [science, tech, engineering & math], for example, they often find they are simply unsuited to these ways of thinking. They get depressed and frustrated. …

..voting patterns between the sexes are remarkably consistent. If only men voted, we would likely never have a social/democratic government ever again. And if only women voted, goodbye nationalism forever. It is no coincidence that nationalism is dominated by men, and that women play a much bigger role in open borders movements like the Green Party.

These voting patterns reflect the natural roles the sexes play. Men are more cautious, and given to the protection of the tribe and the borders of the country, while women favor the more trusting and open approach to people.

The left wants us to equality with sameness, but this is deranged. … I’m talking about ending the creepy, politically correct obsession that there can be no differences between the sexes. … I’m talking about allowing the sexes to be themselves, to abandon the idea that men should be more feminine and that masculinity is toxic.

This is quite literally a matter of our nation’s life or death.”

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(VID) Janet Bloomfield: The Danger of Empathy — "Women don't think through long-term consequences, and men do"

I would say that in general, women are more subjective, and men are more objective (“not influenced by personal feelings or opinions in considering and representing facts”).
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“Women don’t think through long-term consequences, and men do.”

– Janet Bloomfield

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(vid) Men and Women are Different: Biologically, Anatomically and Physiologically — Liberal SJW's walk out on panel after they state that there are biological differences between men and women | Portland State University

This protest is NUTS!
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