commented on Sady Doyle's Trainwreck Deconstructs Our Obsession with Suffering Women
Well if they're women and receiving negative attention for their behavior or situation, obviously there must be some kind of misogynistic component. Anyone who has bad things to say any woman is obviously misogynist (they might use gender-specific bad words! Totally invalidates everything – so you don't have to trigger yourself having a discussion, right?). Why bother looking at personalities?
commented on I'm a Millennial Who Plans to Vote for Clinton, But Her Appeal to Millennials Is Hard to Watch
@14 Hillary is not Skylar White. The latter character managed to stay true to her character, the former I have no idea what her actual character is.
People don't dislike Hillary because [insert easy-to-dismiss PC-fodder strawman exaggerations]. Pickup truck morons who barely graduated high school are the easiest haters to target, and it's nobody here.
They dislike her because A., she's a Clinton and people have had enough of dynasties in our government, B. nobody trusts her to follow any of Sanders' populist policies, C. have you noticed that a wide majority of the mainstream media tends to peak at "we gotta vote for her because it's fuckin TRUMP!"?
Clinton is a fucking dud and a terrible person by her own design, not everyone's prejudices against her. You can bet that millions would love to have a president Elizabeth Warren over her (shame she did not run). Nobody likes her. People have different reasons and depths for not liking her, but you need to stop acting like all criticisms are inherently baseless and invalid because she's a woman. At the base of it you have no actual argument aside from your assumed characterizations from others.