The Thinking 

Poison from Sheryl Sandberg

December 5, 2017

SHERYL SANDBERG says putting even more women in power will lead to a decline in sexual harassment. By that logic, sexual misconduct in the workplace should have declined dramatically in recent years.

Feminists are so tedious. They constantly talk about how great women are. If women lack the ability to ward off sexual aggression, how can they have the ability to lead major companies?

Sandberg is a home-wrecker. It’s in her interest to weaken the domestic fortress.

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S.K. writes:

Regarding Sheryl Sandberg, the woman is either delusional or disingenuous. She is a comfortable spinster, what with all her wealth, but the women she pitches her nonsense to are not going to be wealthy executives and will be single and impoverished. It’s not as though any of these positions are something to be “passionate” about anyway; they’re all about status-mongering. What would artificially placing more women into positions do anyway? Most women I know live in dread of female bosses and in their 90% female work environments there is plenty of backstabbing and suspicion.

Here is Sandberg’s ‘advice’ to young women:

“When looking for a life partner, my advice to women is date all of them: the bad boys, the cool boys, the commitment-phobic boys, the crazy boys. But do not marry them. The things that make the bad boys sexy do not make them good husbands. When it comes time to settle down, find someone who wants an equal partner.”

Oh, that’s just great. Those ‘good’ guys will not marry her after she’s passed herself around to all those bums though- I guess Sheryl forgot to mention that, which is a pity since she probably has found that out herself- the hard way.

Here she promotes career mania.

Most women will listen to her.

Laura writes:

I don’t think she’s delusional or disingenuous. She’s smart and is shrewdly advancing an agenda to empower a minority by weakening the family structure of the majority. “Women’s liberation” is a very effective form of political control. Everything she says is so predictable. What better way to enslave people than to convince them that obsessive work is good? An ample supply of labor, which then becomes less expensive, is the result. Women who are suspicious of the men who will best protect them put their trust in the ruling class.

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