The Federalist Is The Feminist

Female territory-marking is well in progress at the Federalist. Let’s fisk its latest offering:

Title: “The #MeToo Movement Is Destroying Trust Between Men And Women”

I’ve been following this and actually, it’s destroying trust between Chads and Whores. I approve. As we Christians say, the wicked man falls into the pit he digs for the innocent.

“How do people from different walks of life, diverse experiences, and varied points of view live together peacefully within a civil society? What is the main ingredient necessary for democracy to thrive? It can be boiled down to one word: trust. Civil society is built on relationships, friendships, and associations that foster confidence in one’s fellow man or woman.”

No. Civil society is built on institutions and uniform standards. It’s called infrastructure and it applies to the social world as well as the physical world. Even though Marriage is a dead institution today, it is still about trust:

Him: “I trust you won’t totally screw me over just because I hereby give you means, motive and opportunity to do it.”

Her: “I will. I mean, I do. Trust you, I mean.”

“After all, we don’t think the distrust being bred “out there” in politics and social media affects us in our daily lives. “

No man who works around women would say this. *checks* Article is  not written by a man. I’d say the author is a woman but it’s sexist (and therefore illegal) to assume that kind of thing.

“While women’s willingness to hold men accountable for criminal sexual behavior is to be applauded, the scorched-earth approach we are seeing today is destructive because it undermines trust.”

The trust that you’ll get your own turn on Harvey Weinstein’s casting couch? The trust that enables Beta Chump to believe he won’t suffer the fate of the last guy to sign a marriage license? Is there a reason men should trust women while women are spitting out unprecedented numbers of accusations?

“Whether it’s in the workplace, church, or home, the interaction between a man and a woman is unique and primary to all other relationships.”

The purpose of the workplace is work. The purpose of church is organized religion. These purposes and attendant duties supersede sexual relationships.

Women bringing relationships, and relationship drama, into the workplace and church has poisoned those institutions. Men do not like working with women even if he finds her pleasant to <del>stare at</del> talk to and Almighty God finds women unfit for church duty.

Don’t whine. God said that, not me.

“The Opposite of Fear Is Faith

“We must have faith in one another if we want to be free and happy. Faith means we don’t always know everything about the other person. Faith means we might be fooled, hurt, or abused. Faith is beyond reason, though not unreasonable. It is the essence of trust, as our knowledge of others is limited. We have to live by faith in our fellow man, or we will be isolated from one another.”

The Opposite of Fear Is Certainty. Marriage worked for millennia when it was defined in very clear language with very clear and enforced obligations. It inexplicably stopped working the moment it was redefined as relationships and “trust me”. You don’t know for sure if your wife loves you but you do know for sure that when you inform her it’s playtime, she’s legally required to play. That’s good enough for most men.

What matters is that the marriage works. Not whether the marriage has a relationship built on trust or faith.

D.C. McAllister

Denise C. McAllister is a journalist based in Charlotte, North Carolina, and a senior contributor to The Federalist. Also a contributor to NPR, BBC and CNN among others, which aren’t places a conservative journalist would be welcome at. Let’s be honest, the only reason a female journalist was so much as allowed in the door of a purportedly conservative media site is because the Cuckservative leadership made the conscious decision to burn it all before telling a known feminist “No”. You can trust a Cuckservative to do that.


4 thoughts on “The Federalist Is The Feminist

  1. “We must have faith in one another if we want to be free and happy. Faith means we don’t always know everything about the other person. Faith means we might be fooled, hurt, or abused.”

    I have some sympathy for the tradcons at The Federalist, because before I got the red lenses I might have thought well of Denise for saying we should all have faith in one another, men and women. Yeah Denise, can’t we all just get along? You tell them.

    But now I know that –

    she means men must have faith in women, and go back to engaging with them on their terms, with commensurate risk that the women will metoo them. You can safely bet a months pay that Denise will not sit still for being “fooled, hurt, or abused”, no matter how much that comes with the territory of “we must have faith”. What’s more, she will define those terms at a time and in a way of her choosing, based on the desirability of the man in question, and whether or not he is meeting her expectations. Any failure by the man to negotiate this invisible obstacle course will be met with metoo salvos until the target is destroyed.

    Maybe I’m too cynical.

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  2. Not cynical, you’re just able to read between the lines. As much as female actors resented having to sleep with Weinstein to reach the top, not being able to leverage her sexuality at all would be a worse fate. Denise is worried about Alphas going MGTOW in response to the eternal game of sexual one-upmanship. “Rebuilding the mound”, as Dalrock would put it.

    The Federalist’s inability to recognize this behavior in its own contributors says everything about their ability to conserve culture from rot.


  3. I think Lost Patrol is right. A lot of what Feminists/Liberals SAY sounds reasonable and even compassionate at face value. But the way in which Liberals intend for those principles to be applied is not at all congruent to the meaning that is perceived. This is why most conservatives say things to the effect of “All liberals are liars”. As the postulates are stated, people can accept it, or even tolerate it. But as they are applied, they bring division, discord and distrust, as Gunner highlighted in this post. Nowadays, Liberals can’t even keep their own camp in unison.
    It leads one to wonder, are Liberals consciously deceiving society, or are they merely deceiving themselves? After seeing some women’s reactions to the documentary, ‘The Red Pill’, on YouTube, I gather they are (or were) very ivory-towered on the Feminist narrative, and totally clueless about the common man’s plight. So for the common liberal, I tend to lean towards the latter. But for politicians and power-hands, I would likely go for the former.

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